I had a Siamese cat a few years ago who'd reached the age of 20. I tried to enrol him on the electoral register, but the authorities were recalcitant about accepting his pedigree papers as a substitute for an actual birth certificate.I am not sure about his political leanings, but I suspect that he was opposed to authority, since he once crapped on a Pope John-Paul XX rug.
Hey, my cat worked hard for his MBA and trading desk at Goldman Sachs.
I had one of my dogs in the phone book, which caused huge amounts of junk mail to come to my apt in her name, including the rare Publisher's Clearing announcement that she might already be a winner!! Never thought about getting her a degree...
I don't see the Taft Law School on the list, which is good news for Orly Taitz.
Oh, Wikipedia, what would humanity ever do without you?
But zombies still can't get a pilot's license.More bigotry.
With all due respect ZRM, the Zomboid community is a bit too good at keeping their eyes on all the gauges. I'm not too worried about the cats with diploma's as I am in the employ of headless chickens ( and not the good type)
My cousins had a stuffed panda who was a graduate and a business owner. The game went a little too far when the draft board wouldn't stop calling.
But zombies still can't get a pilot's license.No, but you can become a minister online and wed the undead!
Those zombies'll finally learn their lesson about that zombie's lib bull!
...the question is, diploma notwithstanding, is the cat able and willing to adapt and learn in a challenging work environment?
...the followup question is - is?IS IS IS Is Is Is is is is ....
Lest you leave the reader with the unwarranted (if not slanderous) impression that cats are untrustworthy grifters, I suggest that in the interests of fairness you should devote a second post to cats with legitimate, honestly-earned diplomas.
...the unwarranted (if not slanderous) impression that cats are untrustworthy grifters...with hearts of gold (and feces of brownish-black, if you're lucky)
ckc (not kc) said... ...the question is, diploma notwithstanding, is the cat able and willing to adapt and learn in a challenging work environment?AKA slave away for its corporate master until it's cast aside for a newer drone?~
Cats? Are you serious? In a "challenging work environment", cats will immediately go to individual combat, mark the nearby surroundings with a particularly pungent urine and, after the fighting and the pissing is in the book, cats just curl up and go to sleep.No ethics, no compassion, no empathy, no conscience, and come on, NO interest in the greater good.Hey, I like their approach, but I wouldn't want to work with them, and to work for them is madness
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