Thursday, December 29, 2005

Best of Kitties

Best of Baby K
Best of Autolycus
Best of Carlin
Best of Charlie
Best of Missy
Best of Lemmy

Best of Lemmers

Lemmy best of

Best of Missy

Missy best of

Best of Charles Manson

Best of Charlie
Best of Baby K!

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

baby k Images

Please post these images anywhere you wish to show your love for Baby K <3.

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

cat names

Naming a cat is important and should be a fun

experience.  Most cats will learn their name and

will respond when called by it. I've created this

page to list my cats names, other cat names I like,

and to provide suggestions of names for other cat


My Cats:
    Baby Killer
    Sir Carlin (George) Chainsaw
    Charlie Manson
    Carlita Taco  Machete
    Autolycus Pepe Billabong
Cat Names I like:
Cat Name Suggestions:
    Abraham Bacon III
    Dr. Scroobius
    Steel Whiskers

Cutest Cat Survey

The following is a just for fun and because I'm genuinely curious survey, you can post your results in a comment or if you'd rather you may email them to  Thank you :3

Do you own a cat?
    If so:  How many:
        What Age(s):
        Where you got your cat(s):
What is your favorite feature on cutestcat?
Who is your favorite cat on the blog?
Would you like to donate 10 cents?
Do you have any costume suggestions for BabyK?
Anything you'd like to see on the blog?
How often do you visit the site?
Would you be interested in Baby K merchandise being added?
Do you like the music on the blog?
Where did you hear about cutestcat from?
Additional Comments?

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Job Ideas

Lets pretend for a second that the majority of politicians within the United States government are not just living satires in their own cartoonish world, but are actually concerned with finding a real solution to anything and are willing to rationally discuss the issues. If we had people holding high ranking political office who were more like Ron Paul and Ralph Nader I think things wouldn't be so bad. They're on opposite ends of the spectrum, but what's important is they're willing to talk about the issues that have relevance to our lives as well as the fact they actually stand for something and genuinely seem to want to find a solution. If we had people with stronger view points about things that were important but at the same time were willing to discuss and work together on finding solutions to this world problems, rather than act out a play pretending to be debating anything. There will always be problems for the human race to conquer but it seems like many of the largest problems we face today have rather simple solutions. A major step would at least be looking for a solution. The people of the Occupy movement are not looking for a hand out, they are looking for opportunity for all citizens. One way I think we could accomplish this is to cut a few unnecessary expenses from the budget, these being the counter-productive occupation of the Middle East, the failed drug war, and just plain ridiculous expenses (corporate jets etc). Not to mention if the money from the bail outs was returned. If we took this money, and instead put it into paying people to do jobs, we wouldn't even need the corporations to hire more people. Which is probably a good thing since despite record profits they seem to have no plan of hiring more workers and decided to spend the bail out money on bonuses for CEOs. This is just a few ideas for jobs I've been thinking about, feel free to comment with any ideas you have too. While I don't like stagnant wages and it's annoying that every time the minimum wage increases so does everything else, several of these jobs could be done for minimum wage. A little bit of money is better than no money at all. Also without a world conquest those who are enlisted in the military could spend much of their down time doing these jobs as well.

Building an electromagnetic railroad
Cleaning up streets, rural roads, ponds, rivers etc of all trash and especially recyclable items
More recycling plants, and possibly more people sorting rather than machines
Riding Generator Bikes to provide power
Wind Farms
Delivering more mail on foot
Teachers for all subjects at libraries
Mowing with no gas/no electric push mowers on roadsides
Hand picking gardens, crops, and hemp if it was decriminalized
More Animal Shelters, no kill policy, spade/neutering every animal there
General RepairsHand Planting Flowers and Trees
Buildings Sidewalks on every street as well as shoveling every sidewalk and laying out salt
Preparing for natural disasters
More police officers (to focus on reports of theft, and in areas who don't have enough officers)
More firefighters
Centers for repairing good discarded items
Going through land fills for recyclable items
Attendants to show free educational films
Running faster internet lines

I think all of these things would be a better use of money than much of what tax dollars go to now. I still think

corporations need to hire more people, particularly in this time of great wealth for themselves. While many of these jobs aren't as productive production wise as they could be, many of them have little or no environmental impact as well as making the job a larger task promotes hiring even more workers.  There is no reason why we can't look out for and help each other. <3

Sunday, December 4, 2005

The Importance of Recycling

When I'm not out protesting, I enjoy recycling.

This is simply my recycling from the last two weeks.  You'll notice it really adds up.

Please IGNORE the labels, this is NOT an advertisement (Things might be different if it was Surge).
I was sorting recycling lastnight/thismorning and I thought taking a picture of this could illustrate to some people how fast you can accumulate aluminum.  I didn't count the can's but there is at least 160 in the stack.  Where I live aluminum is at .50 cents a pound.  There are approximately 32 aluminum cans in a pound.   If there are 160 cans in this stack then there is around 5 pounds of aluminum.  And of course 5 pounds of aluminum is $2.50  Now of course that doesn't sound like that much money, but lets take into account the fact that I purchased only a couple of the cans here, and would have purchased regardless of monetary return.  $2.50 every 2 weeks ends up being about $60 a year.  Even better than this is if you were to save this money and invest it.  If you invested this extra money each year and got back 7% the figures would look like this.  (Of course be aware the price for aluminum fluctuates so it can be much lower or higher depending on the scarcity, as well as factoring in gas money if the drop off center isn't on your way to another location [you can always walk :)]).
5 Years: 345.04
10 Years: 828.99
20 Years: 2,459.73
30 Years: 5,667.65
40 Years: 11,978.11
50 Years: 24,391.74
60 Years: 48,811.22

Kinda makes you think twice about just throwing that soda can away?  A least I hope it does.  It may take a long time to accumulate but there is good money to be made doing something helpful and easy.  Much more aluminum can be "harvested" per week as well through dumpster diving, picking up cans while going for a walk, contributions from friends and coworkers who don't recycle themselves, etc.    While I would recycle cans if it paid $0.00, It is a nice perk to encourage myself and others to do so.

Even better than sending something to be recycled is to re use it for something else.
I always save colorful energy drink tops to make into pins.

I've been saving these Energy Drink tops because I'm sure there's something cool I can use them for, and if not I'll simply recycle them.

These came from inside the Metal Lids, I'm sure there's a project that will call for them.

The Babe just wanted to sleep as usual, 7 am is too late for him!  Also please note this mess has absolutely no relevance to me or my recycling.
If you're interested in learning more about recycling I found This Video to be particularly interesting.

As well as this one:

If you enjoyed this article at all please check out my other ramblings, and tell your friends and your dad!