Friday, July 29, 2011
Weird Lightning for hours...
The Kougar was in the mood for a gentleman with an obvious beast inside.
Late posting meows, my splendid and super sassy KitKats... *no* rain on the tame prairie, even with a 60% chance, but there was weird lightning for hours... from about ten at night to two in the morning when this Big Cat finally crashed, at least... the Kougaress just can’t believe what she witnessed was just your normal lightning... some of it covered most of the sky and pulsed like a giant strobe light... and on the northern horizon, there was a lot of activity at one point with monstrous flares of a pinkish orange lightning... as far as any forked lightning, well, maybe a couple of flashes that this Big Cat saw... really, really weird...
Authoress news and mews ~
Wild Hell Dogs ~ just a cool name the Kougar came across while searching the internet. She struggled to find any writing time at all. ~sighs~
Big Cat by-the-numbers ~
11:44 pm... 11:55 pm... 5:55 am... 1:11 pm... 2:12 pm... six thousand patents have been suppressed for ‘free energy’ type machines, the kind that would free us from Big Oil...
Special intuitive note: From this point forward there will be a huge, but incremental, increase in the number of children taken by CPS, or similar gov agencies. This will be done on the flimsiest of excuses, not because of actual abuse, or any sexual abuse. Four to five times more children are abused while in the care of CPS than when left with their parents. Far more children go missing, and also die. Often these taken children are drugged to the gills, and sold/adopted to the highest bidder. Every manner of spin will be used to justify these heinous, gov-sanctioned crimes. One of the reasons for this, is that the dark-powers-that-be want to ensure the breakup of the family. Take care, my darlings. Move it you have to. Go underground if you have to. Band together, and take whatever actions you have to. Most schools will not be safe, and will become willing partners to CPS.
BIG CAT SEVERE WEATHER ROUNDUP ~
Record rains soak U.S. Midwest, prompting more flood fears
Reuters-2 hours, 57 minutes ago
Reuters - Overnight storms dumped a record amount of rain on parts of the Midwest, including more than 10 inches falling on Dubuque, Iowa, prompting fears of more Mississippi River flooding.
The most powerful weapon is the human soul on fire. ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE!
~ Happy Summer-livin' in July ~
~ MAY YOU ALWAYS HAVE ENOUGH ~
And, May you live the dreams of your heart, not in interesting times...
Kisses for hours from the Kougar...