Saturday, September 12, 2015


This sign says it all... huh? At least, seemingly...

Afternoon yowls and mews... Late Summer Splendiferous Felines... sunny and mild on the tame prairie... however a storm moved through a couple of nights ago... it was stormy but certainly not as violent as some storms this Big Cat has lived through... and there seemed to be no real damage... that is, until the Kougaress trekked down to her mailbox... near the end of the drive, a fairly large thorn tree that was dead, but had vines growing around it... had fallen across the drive... from a distance it looked like a lovely natural archway... and there was enough room to go beneath the trunk, once this Big Cat cleared away a bunch of small branches... so, unless the neighbor decides to do something about dead fallen tree, the Kougaress will be out there with her saw gradually cutting off limbs so she can eventually move the trunk out of the way... there is no access for cars... which really is a good thing... so really, this Big Cat doesn't care of it the tree stays there for awhile... it's kind of a relief if it does stay there, since no unexpected visitors can get their vehicles past it... the only concern is the pet food delivery, which fortunately happened last Thursday... so, the pets are well supplied... and yowling about Thursday that was one crazy-making day... gosh-wow, one crazy  thing after another happened... fortunately none of it was a serious catastrophe... it was just massively time-consuming taking care of every crazy thing that happened... so much so, the Kougaress got no writing done... anyhoo, the strangest thing that happened was when this Big Cat was brewing her herbal hot chocolate, she heard this rustling, which sounded like a mouse -- and turned out to be a mouse who couldn't escape because him/her had caught one hind leg in a crack... this took some long moments to determine though, since the Kougaress was trying to capture mouse to put it outside... her kitchen is old and the way the cabinets were done is not the best, thus the cracks... okay, so once this Big Cat figured out the mouse was stuck and couldn't free itself... she did this by capturing the tail with a washcloth and pulling... mouse is squeaking, panicking, looking at her with tiny beady black eyes... okay, this Big Cat didn't want to get mouse bit... she just wanted mousy outside... the problem: how to free mousy and capture it... anyway, figuring it's hind leg got through in a wider part of the crack, the Kougaress used the blunt edge of a paring knife to slide it beneath mousy's leg and mousy lift upward... sure enough when mousy was high enough, the critter freed itself and avoided the jar this Big Cat was using to try capture it... so mousy is running free somewhere... ~sighs~

Have a wonderful rest of the weekend, most darling kittens. Stay awake and aware, and always prepare. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar is about to start Chapter Thirty-nine of WAITING FOR A FILLY GIRL, Keina and Drev's erotic romance.

UPDATE: The Kougar's author interview has been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 15th at erotic romance author, Kate Hill's blog. Kate Hill is a wonderful, prolific writer. Check her and her books out at


Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Jane's Addictions, Chapter 1 Part 1
by Rebecca Gillan

So I was digging in my WIP files, looking for something to enter into a writing contest, when I stumbled across this jem: Jane's Addictions, a Talbot's Peak story I wrote a couple years ago. So, since I've been as busy as a one-legged man in a butt kicking contest, I thought I'd go ahead and repost it one chunk at a time.


Chapter 1

Hannibal glanced up when he heard Bambi open the door to the Ranger Station. Then he did a double-take so fast he almost gave himself whiplash. His longtime friend and coworker was no metrosexual by any means, but he was a mule deer and mulies tended to be very neat about their appearance. At 5’10” and 160 lbs, Bambi had the sleek build to pass himself off as a model in his US Forestry Service uniform. Most of the time. At the moment, Bambi was covered in paintball splatters, bird shit, and goat hair. Bo was pretty certain he hadn’t looked like that when he left the station for his regular patrol.


Saturday, September 12, 2015
A Different Perspective of Talbot's Peak
by Solara

"Yes, that was a good idea, " Gill said, leaning back in the chair he occupied.  He propped his feet on the low porch railing.

"Louie's idea of appointing Vernon deputy mayor worked out wonderfully," Chloe added, sitting beside him.

"One of the best." Gill nodded as his spoke.  "Nor meat smells.  No threats.  Just peace and air."

Chloe laughed.  "You mean no foul smells."

"Yes!" Gill replied.  "After a while all those meat smells make me nauseous."

WAKE UP! STATE GOVERNMENTS ARE NOW TARGETS FOR ELIMINATION ... So, the other day Alex Jones of let something slip in a moment of truth-telling passion, or during a rant -- because anyone who has any awareness at all, or one working brains cell, knows these days that we are basically under the martial-law gun... and yeah, those in the know DO tell him, or reveal info the rest of us aren't privy too... anyway, there are special ops strike teams ready to take down any state official, and/or any state government, at any time they are given the GO... given the massive-gigundis amount of military equipment [both US and UN hardcore military equipment] that has been placed all around the country, its easy to envision the tanks and humvees rolling into a state capital, along with black helicopters, drones, and gawd knows what else... or, it could be a sneak-stealth attack where everyone official is simply executed and/or taken off to torture-detention fusion centers... who really knows everything they've got to initialize full martial law and the take down of the country? Yeah, this *Lincolnesque attack the south stuff* is on superman steroids... likely there are some officials in state governments who are aware of these fed strike teams, and thus are kept under control, or are attempting to plan escape or counter-force measures... the real question: how is this all going to play out?... certainly, it's a shifting picture-scenario depending on which states stand up for their Constitutional rights... during the so-called Civil War, in this timeline, the South lost the war that was forced upon them... as more of the states, the people of the states stand up and say NO to the feds... well, it's looking like a repeat of history... for one excellent example of state's rights, or the right to form a state... Angela Black of Revolution Radio did an excellent interview last Thursday night with a group who is forming the state of Jefferson out of counties in northern California... this is based on the fact that they have NO REPRESENTATION and have been ill-used by the state gov of California... this was an absolutely fascinating and enlightening interview, and these people are dead serious about their goal to peacefully create a new state... and the movement has become more and more popular... the people want their power back and their freedom... this goes for every state in the union... the people want their power back, their very lives back... given the fed is crushing us all beneath their *eat out your substance* weight.
So, take care and beware out there, it's all coming down at some point.


 DHS Targets Library for Supporting Anonymous Internet Browsing
“We really weren’t anticipating that there would be any controversy at all…”
Mikael Thalen ~ Prison ~ September 10, 2015
A library in New Hampshire caught the attention of the Department of Homeland Security recently after joining a project aimed at protecting the privacy of Internet users across the globe.
As reported by Propublica’s Julia Angwin, the incident began last July after the Kilton Public Library in Lebanon, New Hampshire, became the first in the country to set up a Tor exit relay under the Library Freedom Project. This allows users of the Tor browser ~ to hide their true location, and if used correctly their identity as well, by having their Internet traffic routed through random relays all over the world.
“This is an idea whose time has come; libraries are our most democratic public spaces, protecting our intellectual freedom, privacy, and unfettered access to information, and Tor Project creates software that allows all people to have these rights on the internet,” the project’s website states.
Law enforcement in New Hampshire, who learned of the library’s involvement from a DHS special agent in Boston who read news articles on the project, reached out to Lebanon Public Libraries Director Sean Fleming shortly after the relay began operating.
“The Department of Homeland Security got in touch with our Police Department,” Fleming told Propublica.
Taken back by the reaction from the city, the library chose to shut down the relay after “local police and city officials discussed how Tor could be exploited by criminals.”
“Right now we’re on pause,” Fleming said. “We really weren’t anticipating that there would be any controversy at all.”
Despite Tor relays being completely legal and the Tor network itself being regularly utilized by whistleblowers, journalists and the privacy-conscious, many law enforcement agencies continue to express disdain over the technology’s strong encryption.
A top secret National Security Agency document revealed by Edward Snowden in 2013 entitled “Tor stinks” even stated “We will never be able to de-anonymize all Tor users all the time.”
“The use of a Tor browser is not, in [or] of itself, illegal and there are legitimate purposes for its use,” DHS spokesman Shawn Neudauer told Angwin. “However, the protections that Tor offers can be attractive to criminal enterprises or actors and HSI [Homeland Security Investigations] will continue to pursue those individuals who seek to use the anonymizing technology to further their illicit activity.”
According to Fleming, the library board of trustees will meet again on Sept. 15 to decide the fate of the relay.

Big Cat by-the-numbers ~

2:34 pm... 11:33 pm... 11:55 pm... 12:12 am... 11:11 am... 12:34 pm... 1:11 pm... 2:12 pm... 4:44 pm... 5:55 pm... 6:33 pm... 9:33 am... 10:10 am... 11:55 am... 12:34 pm... 8:44 pm... 10:10 pm... 10:23 pm... 11:11 pm... 11:22 pm... 11:44 pm... 1:23 am... 11:11 am... 11:22 am... 1:11 pm... highways to many hells...



20 Ways To Benefit from Clove Essential Oil

Natural Blaze - While on vacation, I was experiencing major dental woes. When I got home, my dentist had one piece of advice for me. Always travel with a small bottle of inexpensive clove. In addition, he told me he was such a proponent of clove oil that he frequently used it with patients to provide preliminary numbing prior to a procedure.... The active component of cloves is eugenol oil. This oil makes up 60-90% of each clove and has long been thought to kill bacteria, viruses and fungi. This oil also acts as an antiseptic, anesthetic, digestive stimulant expectorant, aromatic, antispasmodic, astringent and accounts for its various uses.,,, Since my first experience using clove oil for dental pain, I have incorporated cloves and clove essential oil into other aspects of daily life. Here is a list of 20 ways you can benefit from clove essential oil....

Let freedom ring for everyone on planet Earth, and let LOVE guide the way...

Krazy Kat kisses...

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