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  • Stephen Nicholson
    Hi there all, it s funny that a few years back a friend of mine was contemplating buying a Maine Coon cat here in Australia - a rare breed downunder. I
    Message 1 of 6 , Sep 24, 2013
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      Hi there all,

      it's funny that a few years back a friend of mine was contemplating buying a Maine Coon cat here in Australia  - a rare breed downunder.

      I quickly reminded him that such cats are highly telepathic and would mentally hassle him for treats all the time.

      He looked at me quizzically until I reminded him of Julian May's work (some of which he remembered...) and explained the reference.

      I don't think he ever bought that Maine Coon cat after my warning ;-)

      I'm sure that Uncle Rogi's Marcel would have had his own popular YouTube channel by now.

      We just got a new dodgy government here in Australia. I would welcome our new Simbari overlords at this time.

      Cheers all ...

      -- Stephen (Wollongong, Australia)

      I wonder what the 'Milieu' books would have been like if the Internet or Twitter was around... now I have images of Uncle Rogi grumbling about being distracted by another cat video on Youtube. Heh.

       

      High Thoughts,

       

      - Mod Mom #2 



      --- In Julian-May-discuss@yahoogroups.com, <julian-may-discuss@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

      It was interesting seeing the technology Julian May was predicting (from 1987) :)

      We don't have roads with embedded navigation strips, self-driving Ferraris or X-wing helicopters.

      We do have iPads (made in China) and Kindle e-readers taking over the book market :)

      The Soviet Union was dissolved peacefully in 1991 - not by insurrection in 2012 :)



    • checkboard1
      I love Maine Coon cats - short hairs are more practical though. (N.B. - I don t have a cat... or a dog. Being a self-confessed 46 yo Sci-Fi fan is bad enough,
      Message 2 of 6 , Sep 24, 2013
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         I love Maine Coon cats - short hairs are more practical though.


        (N.B. - I don't have a cat... or a dog. Being a self-confessed 46 yo Sci-Fi fan is bad enough, without telling  people I am some sort of cat fan as well !)



        ---In julian-may-discuss@yahoogroups.com, <ogbo1@...> wrote:

        Hi there all,

        it's funny that a few years back a friend of mine was contemplating buying a Maine Coon cat here in Australia  - a rare breed downunder.

        I quickly reminded him that such cats are highly telepathic and would mentally hassle him for treats all the time.

        He looked at me quizzically until I reminded him of Julian May's work (some of which he remembered...) and explained the reference.

        I don't think he ever bought that Maine Coon cat after my warning ;-)

        I'm sure that Uncle Rogi's Marcel would have had his own popular YouTube channel by now.

        We just got a new dodgy government here in Australia. I would welcome our new Simbari overlords at this time.

        Cheers all ...

        -- Stephen (Wollongong, Australia)

        I wonder what the 'Milieu' books would have been like if the Internet or Twitter was around... now I have images of Uncle Rogi grumbling about being distracted by another cat video on Youtube. Heh.

         

        High Thoughts,

         

        - Mod Mom #2 



        --- In Julian-May-discuss@yahoogroups.com, <julian-may-discuss@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

        It was interesting seeing the technology Julian May was predicting (from 1987) :)

        We don't have roads with embedded navigation strips, self-driving Ferraris or X-wing helicopters.

        We do have iPads (made in China) and Kindle e-readers taking over the book market :)

        The Soviet Union was dissolved peacefully in 1991 - not by insurrection in 2012 :)



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