NBC talks about FACEBook


Interview with FM (FreeMice) Radio Station:

Q: Humans today are so addicted to social media particularly the FACEBook. What is your definition of FACEBook?

A: FACEBook is Find A Cat Emergency Book….hehe just kidding! The correct definition is Filling A Common Emptiness Book.

Q: Why do you say filling a common emptiness?

A: Yes, let’s call it the Emptiness Tank or short, E-Tank. FACEBook has become a filler for these humans.

Q: What kind of stuff do humans fill in their E-tanks?

A: Humans can be rather kooky. Based on my ‘catscan’ reading, humans who are addicted to FACEBook are usually the lonely and the bored ones. Below are a few cat-egories of the kind of stuff humans put into their E-tanks:

Cat. 01 : The Foodsie

This human will record and photograph every meal in fancy restaurants and ensure the photos are posted in real-time. Gee…I thought humans should say grace before meals. Guess I was wrong. This type of human is confused between FACEBook and FOODBook and they are commonly found in Asian countries.
Hamburger waving hello

Cat. 02: The Super chef

This human says ‘In case you don’t know, I can cook like a celebrity chef.’ See what I’ve cooked for my family – breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner and supper……zzzzZZZZ.
Hungry kids

Cat. 03: The Flashy Human

“Well friends, look how successful, happy and purrrrrfect my life is.” My human refers to this type of human as the modest narcissist. Everything said and posted on FACEBook will always be I, Me and Myself.

Cat. 04: The Love Professor

Human who constantly professes love for spouse/partner on each other’s walls – “I’m so blessed to have the BEST and most caring husband in the world.” “My wife is so beautiful and she can cook too!” Seriously, do you need to plaster your relationship on the wall?
Valentine artist

Cat. 05: The Moaner

The human who complains about everything. You’ll probably see a posting that goes like “Oh…I’m so sad. I woke up this morning and I saw a big pimple on my nose.” What a pathetic way to seek attention!

Q: So, I guess you are not a FACEBook fan?

A: Yeah, too many FACEBook users have become FACEBrags. It used to be fun just sharing and connecting with friends. My human is no longer an active user on FACEBook. Probably because she’s overwhelmed with the floods of information about anything and everything.

Q: There are many humans out there who still love FACEBook. Do you think humans will respond negatively to what you’ve said about FACEBook?

A: Well, humans are entitled to their own opinion, no matter how oblique they are. We cats are really not bothered by how humans perceive us. Besides, cats are independent and meticulous observers.
Black Cat Scratching the screen

Q: What else do you want to say to humans about FACEBook?

A: Just remember these 5 things:

1. Not everything needs to be recorded and not everything needs to be photographed and posted on FACEBook or anywhere else.

2. Before you post anything, please ask yourself, is this interesting, informative or amusing?

3. Get rid of the fear of missing out.

4. The more FACEBook time, the less FACETime (real-life time) and it’s a reminder to step back and re-think your priorities.

5. Keep some of your personal life…you know, personal!
Kitten says Hello


Joke of the day – The professional photographer


As a professional photographer, Julie takes a lot of pride in her pictures. Wherever she goes, she brings her pictures with her, to show off her work.

”Wow”, said her host Samantha,”these are really nice pictures, you must have a great camera.”

Fuming mad at the implication that her whole talent came from her camera, Julie waited until the end of the meal. She then thanked her host, “Thank you, the meal was delicious.” And as if an afterthought added, “you must have great pots.”


Joke of the day – The photographer

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A photographer for a national magazine was assigned to get photos of a great forest fire. Smoke at the scene was too thick to get any good shots, so he frantically called his home office to hire a plane.
“It will be waiting for you at the airport!” he was assured by his editor. As soon as he got to the small, rural airport, sure enough, a plane was warming up near the runway. He jumped in with his equipment and yelled, “Let’s go! Let’s go!” The pilot swung the plane into the wind and soon they were in the air.

“Fly over the north side of the fire,” said the photographer, “and make three or four low level passes.”
“Why?” asked the pilot.
“Because I’m going to take pictures! I’m a photographer, and photographers take pictures!” said the photographer with great exasperation.
After a long pause the pilot said, “You mean you’re not the instructor?”