Thursday, May 7. 2015
A few recent events, anyway. I've been climbing around on a rather hot black roof, getting a large building reading to paint, and I'm a bit exhausted, so I can't report everything I'd like to. I was at the site RI, Russia Insider, and read a post about the alleged "Kremlin Troll Army". It was actually a repost from a blog called The Kremlin Stooge. Click here. I don't know if there really is a paid Kremlin Troll Army anywhere; but I do know that I make pro-Russia comments, and I'm not paid staff. So I made a spoof patch and put the image in the comments at RI. Mark, the author of the original blog post, liked it and wondered where he could get an actual patch. I investigated, and found that one must order a certain amount. We talked about raising the money; but in the meantime, I started a Cafe Press online store that I've needed to start for awhile. I wanted to have posters and mugs of the lettering from my great grandfather's storefront available to relatives.
There are several categories of items available, each based on different artwork. I've ordered several things, and will check the quality when they arrive. The store is HERE.
I was coming home at night, and saw a beautiful fox in the field across the street from our house. The children had reported seeing some unidentified animal in the same place on previous nights. They saw its green eyes and said it made the strangest sounds. They didn't think any type of wild dog would make sounds like that but I assured then it was so. The ones here make a rather high pitch yelping sort of sound. These animals are quite recluse, and I wondered why it was so near our house, and making its presence known. Then I thought that it's after our dogs' food. It probably makes a ruckus nearby, then after the dogs chase it, it circles around and eats their food. The dogs might be on to the scheme, or just too familiar with the routine; whatever the case, this fox is resorting to ever bigger shows in the field behind the barn.
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