death death deady deady dead dead

1. Charu brought another rat into the house last night. By my calculations that’s 2 in just over two weeks! We were in bed when we heard her in the hallway talking happy sounds, which is odd if she’s not begging for food. The rat was lying in front of her and not quite gone. It move a bit and she grabbed it and it squeaked, which I guess was it’s death-squeak. See, that’s disturbing to me. Even if it is a rat, it’s disturbing to be right there because I start to think about what it would be like to be _being killed_ and be living that last moment.

Charu only has three of those big canine teeth which is weird. We’d never have found out ourselves either if the vet didn’t tell us because charu’s not the biting kind of cat the way boy cats are.

Anyway, she took it outside by herself. I guess, learning since I took the last couple. Je went out and watched… charu ate parts of the rat. That’s probably not a good thing.

 

2. Gough Whitlam died. Abc news website had some photos. I C & P’d a couple for the perpetuity.

<a href=”https://www.flickr.com/photos/sunnybreaks/15411959789″ title=”3576984-3×4-700×933 by Hi!  my name is:, on Flickr”><img src=”https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5598/15411959789_780ff7b94f.jpg” width=”375″ height=”500″ alt=”3576984-3×4-700×933″></a>

I like this one because Mrs.Gough’s feet/leg positioning is so rock n roll. If she was leaning over a bit and wailing on a Les Paul, that’d be great.

Anyway, it was cool that Gough introduced free education, I just wish I coud’ve got some. Although, not paying for it until I’m making decent money is nothing to complain about either. I also like how he bought Blue Poles too. However I wish he’d done something when Portugal pulled out of East Timor and Indonesia invaded. Australia shouldn’t have let that happen.

I’ve been getting more angry about politics again lately. I think it’s a result of just being more stressed.

3. And a week or so ago I got word that a former colleague died. I worked with Graham doing bidness english in korea and although I only talked to him properly a few times. He’d lived in Korea in the 70s which is really interesting if you ask me, and a whole bunch of other places too. His family put a whole load of photos of his up on the internet but I don’t know how long they’ll be there for. He was 66 which seems a bit early to me.

<a href=”https://www.flickr.com/photos/sunnybreaks/15412753397″ title=”20141004115121-e0092642-me by Hi!  my name is:, on Flickr”><img src=”https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5601/15412753397_e101a7eec9.jpg” width=”500″ height=”336″ alt=”20141004115121-e0092642-me”></a><br/><em>That’s Graham on the right.</em>

<a href=”https://www.flickr.com/photos/sunnybreaks/15412141029″ title=”20141004115119-4612e7ff-me by Hi!  my name is:, on Flickr”><img src=”https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3935/15412141029_fdacf92e51.jpg” width=”500″ height=”353″ alt=”20141004115119-4612e7ff-me”></a><br/><em>There wasn’t much English in the signage back in the ’70s</em>

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