Friday, July 13, 2007

Kind of Sad

Well, I am a bit upset this morning because Curtis did not come back from the dead as Krystal promised. I mean this other mouse apparently came back from the dead and a bunch of people thought it might be Curtis but I remember Curtis too well and I've go pictures and stuff and Curtis was mostly brown with a little white and that mouse was mostly brown with a little black.

Krystal says often people and animals change when they go into the underworld and come back. She says that sometimes they put on the wrong body like they put on the wrong clothes. But I don't think so because this new mouse can't even play the piano. In fact I don't think its very musical at all. I gave it a kazoo and a harmonica and a tambourine and it didn't do anything. Curtis was like a little person and I know your not supposed to be "anthro-centric" as H. Robert says but you know sometimes its nice to have a pet you can relate with and knows how you feel... and can play the piano really well.

Keith wants to feed it to his pet snake but I don't think that's right so I'll probably keep it. I think its a girl and so I was thinking I'd name her Erin after my favorite Julia Robert's movie. But if anybody else has a good name I'd be interested in hearing. She is kind of cute and I'm glad she's not dead anymore and suff but its not the same.

Che'

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe you can teach her to dance. She could be a little hip-hop mouse. That would be so cute. Or since you don't know her name, you could name her "anonymouse"!

(Cheer up, Che)
-Taheetee

XXXXXX said...

Yeah,
I meant to tell you that a lot of red flags went up when we fed Krystal's picture (the good one that you got from the picnic) into the computer. Apparently she has been involved in many scams that seem to funnel money to her leaders in the Caribbean.

If you continue to hang out with her, I would suggest that you at least use caution when she asks for money.

Agent Smith

Che' Lovell said...

Hey Taheetee,

That's a good idea. I think I'll give it a try. Because Erin doesn't play music but she does seem to like some of the Black-eyed peas music I play like Hey Mama! and Pump It! but what was really weird was Father Juno left me a Gregorian Chant CD and when I played that for her she became all kind of quiet and I swear she looked kind of like she was thinking. She sat up on her back paws and folded her little hands in front of her.

Che'

Hidden One said...

I believe that means the mouse is praying. Or just really enjoying it.

Anonymous said...

I don't blame her. Don't tell Fr. Tim, but I love Gregorian chant.

Now I'm off to practice my dijeridoo...I might try to join up with a drum circle before the summer is out!
-Taheetee

DigiHairshirt said...

I say give the damn thing to the snake. Your mouse is not a pet - it's vermin.

Sir Rev. Leonard Feeney, HKTTC said...

And I say feed that damn Sr. Fairah to the snake while ye are at it!

Che' Lovell said...

Well Mz. digihairshirt person I suppose you probably never had a pet growing up. In fact I bet your one of those cathlofascists who go around stomping on bugs and shooting elephants.

What you really are is a speciesist. What makes you so much better than baby seals or puppies? One of those saints you traditionalists are always worshipping called all the animals brothers and sisters so I don't think your even particularly good about knowing catholic stuff if you don't know that.

Che'

Anonymous said...

That's right Che. For more on speciesism and protection of sentient beings, see the work of Dr. Peter Singer. He knows where its at--all about treating the animals according to their dignity.

-Taheetee Moonbeam

(and all you catholifascists who will start saying, "Oh, he's for killing babies...you can't agree with him..." Watch me. Primacy of conscience.)

Che' Lovell said...

Thanks Taheetee! You are so church to me!

Che'

DigiHairshirt said...

Stomping on bugs? Nah, nah . . . I just call a pest control company and they arrive with the magic spray. Better living through chemistry and all that, eh?

As for the elephants . . . mmm, I hear they make poor eating. So what's the use? But if they're a nuisance, aim just above the trunk. And use adequate firepower, will ya?