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Its like herding cats
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Russia’s long-running Moscow Cat Circus/Theater, is still in service, astonishing all who ever tried to train a cat.
In the United States, Samantha Martin runs her own similar show (at such venues as Chicago’s Gorilla Tango Theatre) featuring the Rock Cats trio on guitar, piano and drums, as well as a tightrope-walker, barrel-roller and skateboarder, among other performers.
Martin admitted to a Chicago Tribune reporter that the cats’ music “sucks,” in that “when they’re playing, they’re not even playing the same thing,” and anyway she has two backup drummers because her regular is prone to “walking off in a huff,” sort of “like diva actresses.”
“This is why you don’t see trained cat acts. Because the managers can’t take the humiliation.”
are honest
in tragedies
Japan’s National Police Agency revealed that during the five months following the tsunami-provoked nuclear disaster, super-honest searchers had turned in wallets containing the equivalent of $48 million and safes containing cash of the equivalent of $30 million.
Look on
the (uuurrrp)
bright side
Employees at the dump yard in Pompano Beach, Fla., gave Brian McGuinn zero chance of ever finding the custom-designed ring he had given his wife but had accidentally tossed in his trash at home on.
Facing nine tons of 10-foot-high rotten eggs, dirty diapers and other garbage (which made him vomit), he found the ring within 30 minutes.
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