|About Me:||The desktop images I post are mostly cat pix I've downloaded from Google and altered with Photoshop. For instance: if a cat picture I've downloaded is of insufficient resolution to expand for use as a desktop wallpaper, I put it on a background at its original size to make it display aesthetically. Sometimes I do further editing to make a picture humourous or otherwise interesting.|
If you see a picture I have used and recognise it as one you've already uploaded and cannot abide it, just contact me and I'll take it down. You don't have to turn me in to the Desktop Nexus police as someone did. And the picture I was busted for was altered - was not really the same as that of the original poster's upload, but they just could not live with it.
I just come here for simple fun and enjoyment, and some people have to turn it into a police-state.
Anyway, some pix of my own cats Silkie and Pippin; I hope you enjoy them!
|Interests:||Love cats, country blues from the 1930s and 1940s etc, physics, holography, mycology.|
|Favorite Music:||Country blues, Jethro Tull, Bach (especially as played by Glenn Gould), Celtic music.|
|Favorite Books:||The Hobbit, The Trilogy, The Tibetan Book of the Dead, The Anubis Gates|
|Favorite Movies:||Groundhog Day, Aliens, Matewan|
|Favorite TV Shows:||meh|
|Favorite Quotes:||"Radiation, yes indeed! You hear the most outrageous lies about it. Half-baked goggle-box do-gooders telling everybody it's bad for you. Pernicious nonsense! Everybody could stand a hundred chest X-rays a year. They ought to have 'em too."|
-J. Frank Parnell
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