Nothing is meant by this by this comic. I just like cats, and the Tolkien paraphrase seemed appropriate.
People love to take delight in other people’s misfortune. Sometimes this delight can be a big motivator.
Does art make any difference in the real world? Can it change things?
Sometimes we are envious not of what another person is doing, but that they know what they want to do.
Most people acknowledge that some number of rules are necessary for peace and harmony. They just don’t want the rules applied to themselves.
Some people believe that the State is the cause of great problems and that we would be better off with no government.
We are always looking for the answer to our problems. The answer will be found in the next book.
The creators of the Internet had such high hopes for it. The creators of social media also had high hopes, but money and profits eventually quashed hope.
400 times the cats have given you, dear reader, the benefit of their never ending knowledge, witty wisdom, and awesome advice. They want to thank you for hanging in with them as they ponder and pontificate.
They also ask you, dear reader, to use your own influence to persuade all your friends and acquaintances to subscribe to Cat World and receive all these same benefits.
See you for the next 100 posts.
You never know, it could happen.