The internet has its limitations even in its seeming limitlessness (is this a word?) So on the eve of 9/11 some "bot" disabled a lot of sites - maybe all - hosted by Go-Daddy. Perhaps this is why I can't find any interesting quotations to write my next blog in my blog challenge. I went on a few "quotation" sites including a site that collects pictures of mis-used quotation marks. Here is a gem from that site.
Yes, that's John Lennon and Yoko Ono and I think if you look closely enough you will see some mis-used quotation marks on the hot dog sign - any excuse to link to the rich and famous :)
I also went on a few sites looking for "cat" quotations - I couldn't find any. So I selected T. S. Eliot, who wrote "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" and the site came up with "no quotations found." And then I entered "Old Possum" and again nothing came up. Fortunately Google gave me the entire book to quote from (from which to quote). Anyway, nothing fit the picture because, of course, it's a hot dog stand - OK with two cool cats. Anyway I did find a "hot dog" quote -
"noblest of all dogs is the hot-dog; it feeds the hand that bites it." - from Laurence J. Peter, who wrote "The Peter Principle"
Hopefully Go-Daddy will come back - like the cat.
Have a great day.