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Old 10-15-2012, 02:18 PM   #2433
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There was one around Cherokee or Maggie Valley also.


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Very funny, but the idea was likely stolen from Alan Moore, who in the 3rd issue of his comic book series Tomorrow World (pub. 20 October 1999) had a story called "Pet Theory" featuring the recurring character Jack B. Quick, a farm boy with an off-the charts I.Q. and an undying curiosity about science that always led to mayhem. In Moore's tale, the cat/buttered toast experiment took an unexpected twist—Jack neglected to take into account the way cats spin their tails; which produced a propeller effect and the cats all flew into the sky. Eventually everything was returned to normal, but I don't want to say more lest I spoil the story for those who may be interested in reading it.

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