Deadline for sending your pics to Beth S. at [email protected] is tonight, October 31. All profits go to Cole’s chosen rescue group MARC (Marion Animal Resource Connection). Beth’s specifications:
I’m looking for the highest resolution images possible. The photos themselves won’t be that large, but the largest and highest resolution images people can send the better. I have photoshop and can do some remediation on images as necessary.
Please name the file, if they can, with the name(s) of the pet(s) in the photo. If they can’t, like they are sending from their phone, and they are sending multiple photos of multiple pets to give a brief description along with the name in the email like “yellow lab on couch is fido” or “black cat on left is spot and orange cat on right is tiffles.”
Send your pics (don’t be shy, neither your art nor your pet(s) need to be ‘show quality’) to [email protected] Any problems, you can also send them to me at [email protected] (or click on my name under ‘Contact’ in the right-hand column).
Photo at top courtesy commentor Achehay: From left to right: Muddy, Mojo, Zappa, Jazzy in Blue Diamond, NV.
Mojo got some angry mojo.
I would suggest our favorite mascot be shopped as ceiling kitty.
Check out this pup image on a power box in Lynchburg!
I’m working on it! Tortie kitty is never cooperative. She is just gorgeous in person, but she takes terrible pics & hates the whole process. GRRR
Our halloween kitty–I use this for my Facebook image every October. He is a stray semi-feral cat that adopted us.
Sent in a whole bunch of our KITTEH pics.
Thanks for posting this again. I mistakenly sent three to you earlier this evening, but now I have sent them along to the proper email address.
PUPPEHS!!! I most likely won’t get any of the horse pics in before the deadline as this damn thing called a job is really cramping my lifestyle. It’s better than being broke though.
@Yatsuno: ‘S’okay. I sent in one of the rest of our herd for you. Plus our puppehs.
Totally OT. So can Rob Ford be called a crack ho now? Or what is the word for a male crack ho? Crack gigolo just doesn’t have quite the same impact as crack ho.
Sent some Otto, Juno, and Chucky pics. What the hell – maybe I’ll send another…
@mai naem: egad. No. Although the sex life might match the drug life, do you really want to start speculating on the former?
@mai naem: It depends on how he hits the pipe. Does he puff it, or does he blow it?
More OT, but I’m going to hell, because I just bought a San Francisco Chinamen baseball cap online to see if it’s real (if it’s real, I’m getting the NY Jews version). Many thanks to this website for cluing me on to its existence.
It appears The Daily Beast has just been to the same front-page makeover consultant as Slate, and got the same ugly and confusing result.
@Amir Khalid: I don’t know what brainless doofs at Slate thought that new design was good. It’s horrendous. And whee, now others are copying them (though I rarely visit TDB and only through a story link).
Also too, what’s someone gotta do to get a fresh thread around here?
I don’t actually want to know. You sick people.
Off topic, but I was catching up on old threads this morning and saw your rant about multi-page articles on the New York Times Web site. Just wanted to let you know that all the multi-page articles have a little “Single Page” button you can mash as the penultimate item in the small list of things to the right of the story’s first paragraph—the list that begins with “Facebook,” “Twitter,” “Google+,” etc. It has been a godsend for me.
It’s designed to be easier to use on a phone screen, and they were too lazy/cheap to make it look good on a desktop.
@MikeJ: Isn’t that the point of having a mobile version of a site, in addition to the regular one? What the hell.
Just gave you a movie review downstairs.
ETA: No new thread because no one’s using the ones we’ve got. There’s a weird silence tonight. It’s too late for all of the West Coasters to be in bed, isn’t it?
ETFA: And now there’s a new open thread up.
@Steeplejack: I don’t go to theaters, and get movies through Netflix on a less than regular basis, but from pretty much every review, I certainly know to avoid adding this one to my meager pile.
It actually got an okay review from the New York Times, which is another thing that made its awfulness so surprising. I didn’t read very many other reviews because I knew I was going to be seeing it anyway (agreement with a friend).