Psycho Robin *Updated*

April 20, 2008

I keel you!

This little devil has been hurling himself against my home office window for over a week.  I’m guessing he is attacking his own reflected image in the glass.  You’d think, after a few bone-jarring *pock*’s into the window he’d figure it out, but no such luck.  Every day he keeps it up, smearing his bird juice all over my view. 

Winner winner, robin dinner

I taped up an image of an attacking red-tailed hawk to try and dissuade him, but he just adjusted his trajectory and keeps up the attack.  He really should be scared, there is a family of hawks a few trees over from here. 

Although I admire his pluck and persistence, I’m pretty sure he’s going to kill himself with a few more days of window smacking, and even if he doesn’t, he’s messing up my window something awful.  I might just have to put him down myself. 


Mrs. Pupster went to The Wild Bird Store, and they recommended stick-on hawk silhouettes and reflective tape.  We’ll see. 

Back I say!

*puts pellet gun back in closet*

No Barking – Terrier Stricken

January 24, 2008

Two of my favorite Looney Toons, staring Claude Cat and Frisky Puppy.

The Solution for Your Cat, Who Sucks

December 26, 2007

Cats suck, water wet, world round, etc…

Is this really a common problem, cat owners? 

If they’re not shredding your couch or totally ignoring you, they are probably sucking on your blankets.

Cats suck canal water on blankets?  The devil you say.  I know; let’s give them something that it is OK to suck.  On. 


This Catsifier™ should help your blanket problem…it may even minimize the couch shredding, but as for the ignoring…sorry, you’re on your own.

I’m sorry too.  I can’t imagine why your cat would ignore you in favor of sucking on one of these: Read the rest of this entry »

Funny Commercial

October 16, 2007

It made me laugh. 

The View From My Window

October 10, 2007

From the Columbus Dispatch: 

A crane tipped over this morning at a construction site in Gahanna, prompting police to close down a busy street.


No one was hurt in the incident at the site where the Creekside Conference and Convention Center is being built on Mill Street just north of Granville Street, police said.

Across and down the street from my office.  Our building was evacuated as a precaution, but I sneaked (snuck?) back inside and got some work done.  The crane was still wheels up and against the building when I left this evening.