Cats on Campus?


The mysterious FCH cat..

I noticed yesterday that when I post important matters on the RPE Facebook group, I get a few likes – some intelligent comment – but when I post a picture of a cat on FCH campus: the likes go wild…

Now – everyone knows that I like cats, have cats, and have been known to include cat memes in presentations – but this fever for the campus cat seems beyond reason?



If you spot the cat on site – email me a picture and I’ll pop it on our course Flickr page at http://www.flickr.com/photos/58244916@N00/

Comments

Evan Shad says:

Yes, it's very beyond reason. it's called the taboo of vanity. Things that are meaningless, like that pointless picture of a cat to the left of this post, can get mass amounts of attention easily. But something with real meaning, like a post on Religion, Philosophy or Ethics, something that's actually important, gets shunned and avoided by the world. Behold the taboo of vanity, the bane of societal Virtue.

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