people who abandon cats
ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com
Thu Dec 9 12:33:29 EST 2004
On Wednesday, December 8, 2004, at 01:26 PM, minnow at belfry.org.uk wrote:
> Mark wrote:
>> The explanation is that our former house was situated on a curve next
>> a church, with a paved "pull-off" in front for a sort of parking lot.
>> This was a natural place for people to stop the car and throw out an
>> animal. There is a special circle in Hell reserved for those
> There's a small section in Heinlein's *To Sail Beyond the Sunset*
> which you
> might find satisfactory: the bit in which Maureen has been told she
> has to
> murder in an appropriate and artistic manner someone who deserves it,
> order to survive and become a member of the group who've kidnapped her.
> She demands to kill someone who in addition to any crime against
> he may have committed also abandons kittens.
> I think the suggested scenerio there would be a good start for the
> of that circle of Hell. It's near the beginning of Chapter 24.
> (It's a bit nasty, and may not appeal to those who feel that merely
The Death of the DiscWorld does not look kindly on those who are nasty
to cats. It is one of his many appealing qualities.
- In theory, there is no difference between theory and
practice. In practice, there is.
- Richard P. Feynman
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