Brainpower, The Nation Within and … Cats

(And yes, in answer to a question yesterday, at least one cat has been Chet’s Friend of the Month.)


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7 Responses to “Brainpower, The Nation Within and … Cats”

  1. Wose-The Small and Meek
    9:19 am on October 4th, 2021


    Spence: I think another kat should be FOM. And because I do love Mr. Big, I am putting in a good word for him! ;^)

    Good day to all!

  2. B. Stover
    10:53 am on October 4th, 2021

    Interesting article.

    Good day to all.

  3. mlaiuppa
    4:37 pm on October 4th, 2021


    I had read another article saying it was difficult to compare the two because dogs in general are so eager to please and cats, not so much. At least not with strangers under lab conditions.

  4. Staff
    5:10 pm on October 4th, 2021

    Mlaiuppa, I also read that cats are really not good subjects to study because they figure out what you want and them either do it or not as they please. Basically the scientist said “Cats screw up data”. LOL

    Since facebook is down I had to post some fall pictures on my neglected blog Here is a link,

  5. Herd of Hounds
    6:58 pm on October 4th, 2021

    Who woulda thunk Facebookie could be down for 6 hours?
    Cats, dogs, yeah to love ‘em.

  6. BooBear’s Mom
    9:27 pm on October 4th, 2021

    Staff! Loved the fall pictures! I am waiting impatiently for some fall weather down here!

  7. mlaiuppa
    5:29 am on October 5th, 2021

    Staff: Very nice quilts. I have a 301 too, plus the table and the convertible desk cabinet. In fact I have two, the short arm and the long arm, both with tables. And a Featherweight (with a table) and a Rocketeer. Also a vintage Elna with cams and case. My first machine is a Bernina 803 Record open arm with case and a lot of feet. It was my graduation present from college 43 years ago. I was given the choice of a sewing machine or a used car. Since my Father didn’t raise no stupid children I chose the sewing machine. I still have it long after that car would have been in a landfill somewhere and it still works great. I could sell it tomorrow for what it cost in 1977. Maybe more.

    I also like to work with batiks and non-traditional prints in my quilts.

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