What can cars tell us about the cost of doing business?
Volvo, a Chinese auto-manufacturer, has introduced a technology called City-Safe, designed to reduce pedestrian fatalities by 72%. If every car in Australia were outfitted with this technology 53 Australian pedestrians would die each year- a great achievement- and they could cut back on the costs of painting crosswalks.
Thinking about acting on your violent thoughts? You may be tried outside American soil by a group of military personnel whose desk jobs involve providing customer service for Arab terrorists. Or they may just want to hang out with you, forever. You just might be asking yourself, “Where am I?”
One thing we didn’t predict ovr here at Housecatz is that eventually every new web browser and website will be incompatible with our Mac OSX 10.4.something. Well there’s old versions of Firefox - kinda like time traveling - but Tumblr apparently isn’t so lenient. So it took us 6 months to get out of the house and find a goddam Dell PC to use, and here we are. And yes, we are accepting donations, if you know any fatcatz.
Another thing that’s been a while (too long)… parted hair:
Prediction: In the future, wearing your hair so that a stripe of skin tears through a calm sea of hair like a lightning bolt will be considered EXTREME. Not so sure? Well, this guy thought it a sensible style to pair with his mustache.