NTB/RACC-Con: Who Killed the Cat With Glasses?

Scott Eiler seiler at eilertech.com
Wed Jul 18 16:24:41 PDT 2012

On 07/18/2012 03:39 PM, Andrew Perron wrote:
> On Jul 17, 11:26 pm, Scott Eiler <sei... at eilertech.com> wrote:
>> On 7/17/2012 4:33 PM, Andrew Perron wrote:
>>>>>       "Is this your cafe?" Pitt asked, looking around.  "I was hoping you
>>>>> were a customer here.  In fact, I was hoping you happened to be Dr. Thelma
>>>>> Annlouise, the noted feline ophthalmologist."
>>> It's amazing how much the names are tipoffs to who wrote which part.
>> If it helps your theory, Andrew, I didn't get to name any characters I
>> didn't bring.
> It quite supports my theory!
>>   However, I ran rampant over some other sections after the
>> names were assigned.  And most of the fun stuff that happened to *my*
>> characters wasn't mine.  8{D>
> Mwahahaha. (bam-a-lam)
>>>>>       "Si! I am Latino*and*  I am American!  I was American before
>>>>> your  American ancestors were even*in*  America! Now... do you
>>>>> surrender?"
>>>>>      MacCavity chuckled. "I suppose so. Following you around should
>>>>> give  me*great*  amusement."
>>>>>       "Bravo! Then come with me! Evil is afoot!"
>>> ...so, weren't they opposed, or...?
>> Weren't who opposed by what?  Cat #2 wiped out Cat #1's evil minion on
>> an overpass near a police station, but no one else noticed them.  Who would?
> Yeah, but I mean, it seemed like they were enemies (for some reason)
> and now they're working together. It's just a bit of a jarring
> transition.

... oh, *that* opposition.  Well, without taking on credit or blame, I 
see MacCavity as a cat who's quick to expediently surrender when it's to 
his advantage, and Habanero as a cat who doesn't hold a grudge against a 
defeated foe.  And I'm kind of unclear whether MacCavity had anything to 
do with the villainous plot anyway.  So the punishment Habanero had in 
mind for him was probably a really good talking-to.

More information about the racc mailing list