Christmas Cat Blogging – 24 December 2010

Painting of the blog communications hub did not go as smoothly as hoped. In fact, it didn’t happen, for reasons too complicated to spell out. So it’ll happen on Monday and Tuesday instead, and there’s a pretty good chance I’ll be disconnected from the outside world both days. Then again, maybe not! Who knows. In the meantime, the economy is looking up (even I’m getting slightly more optimistic), so whether you celebrate Christmas, the war on Christmas, or some other holiday, I hope you have a nice one. And with that, here’s our traditional holiday catblogging. Enjoy!

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