Sunday, April 29, 2007

Inaction sequence

So I moved a box from behind my closet door to the kitchen counter, in preparation for hauling it to storage tomorrow morning (it's full of little boxes and old electronics junk, all of which should be thrown away but I might need one of the little boxes). I glance over there, and The Mighty Fang is on top of it, investigating. It isn't an open box, but it's a box, thus must be investigated.

I went and grabbed my camera and shot an action sequence. But really, it's more of an inaction sequence. He sniffs the left side. He sniffs the right side. He looks at the crazy penguin flashing a camera at him. He pokes his paw down the middle. He tires of that and curls up on top of the box and falls asleep. A few minutes later he jumps down and goes and eats.

BORE-ing! So of course Sunday morning I'm going to upload the full inaction sequence just to chew up all your bandwidth.

-- Badtux the Abusive Penguin


  1. Eh, apparently I have a lot of time on my hands today. Nora, The Piano Playing Cat If you haven't already seen this, enjoy!

  2. Heh. The Mighty Fang jumped up on my lap and watched it with me. About halfway through, he just laid down on my lap and went to sleep though. I don't think he was impressed.

    Now I gotta figure out how to get out of my chair and get to bed. Note that TMF weighs 16 pounds, not 10 pounds, so the feline black hole effect is even harder with him...

    - Badtux the held-in-chair Penguin

  3. Indeed, TMF is a sumo amongst kitties. But a sweet kittie. His favorite attack is the grooming attack, where he ferociously, uhm, grooms, the hair of whoever his current victim is.

    - Badtux the Cat-owned Penguin


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