1 In teh beginz is teh meow, and teh meow sez “Oh hai Ceiling Cat” and teh meow iz teh Ceiling Cat.
2 Teh meow an teh Ceiling Cat iz teh bests frenz in teh begins.
3 Him maeks alls teh cookies; no cookies iz maed wifout him.
4 Him haz teh liefs, an becuz ov teh liefs teh doodz sez “Oh hay lite.”
5 Teh lite iz pwns teh darks, but teh darks iz liek “Wtf.” —From the LOLCat Bible
Reader Diana MacPherson is going to misread the title as Greek and then get all confused. Be that as it may, I wanted to extend thanks to several readers for their generosity in making me personal logos, along the lines of the logos of really famous scientists I showed yesterday. Two of my own were given as links in the comments, and one came by email. They all deserve public display, and I love them all. (Can you spot the common element?)
Note: I didn’t ask for logos, these were simply acts of artistic kindness.
First, from reader Jente, who got in both cats and speciation in Drosophila:
And from reader M. Janello, who worked my name into a phylogeny of the domestic cat’s closest relatives:
Finally, from reader “List of X” (the “E” is great):
Finally, last but not least, thanks also to reader Al B., who, as he’s in the food industry, sent me three pounds of shelled and unshelled almonds for my squirrels. They’re already nomming them like crazy. Those squirrels eat better than I do!