Stories on the edge of familiarity

The Importance of Cats and Writing What You Know (Part Two)

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It’s the internet. Just go with it. Now, let’s go back to all that stuff you want to write.

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That is called The Tree of Rad Ideas*. All the fruit? Those are your rad ideas.

*No relation whatsoever to The Tree of Knowledge. But it is The Tree of Life’s sister’s aunt’s cousin’s nephew’s mother-in-law’s brother’s great-grandchild’s best friend. Huh. Small world.

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Just wait for Catstein to come back.

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It’s not like I tried to be a smart aleck and called it Schrödinger’s Genius or anything. Which, come to think of it, may or may not have worked for this analogy.

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:)

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Exactly.

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To be continued... (perhaps even finished!)

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