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Here at HapCatCap, we... plan to... do something... one day... well, stick around, because it''ll be awesome! But don''t hold your breath.

Welcome to Happy Cat Capitalist Productions!

It maybe a mouthful to say. Scratch that, it is quite a mouthful, and that''s why we named it "happy cat capitalist." Class dissmissed

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About Adipose.  They are really cute and will kill you by squishing up your guts to make their little cute alien bodies.  Regardless, they are extremely cute.  Did i mention their ginormous cuteness?  DO NOT TWIST THE LITTLE GOLD PILL.  AND FOR THAT MATTER, EAT THE BLUE ONE.

Welcome to The Matrix.

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Wake up, Neo.

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Because if you don''t, the world will die.  Seriously.

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Okay, so maybe not.  But have you ever thought about it?  Pick a book, movie, or TV -- well, it wouldn''t work as well for TV.  Book or movie plot, then.  Pick one.  Got it?  Mine is the Matrix.  Find the turning point in it, the point of no return, where there are only two possible outcomes.  For instance, the Matrix''s is the red and blue pills.  Blue, you go home.

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Red, you save the world.

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Two outcomes, two possibilities, one choice.  And whatever you chose, you can never go back.

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Maybe that''s a little (okay, a lot) melodramatic.  But I like being melodramatic.  It''s fun.

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Anyway, find that spot in the plot.  Hey, that rhymes!  Spot in the plot, spot in the plot, spot in the -- focusing now.  For a horror story, it''s probably the moment the character walks into the haunted house and the door slams shut behind them, sealing them in.  Something like that.

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Have it?  Good.  Now think.  What would have happened had the character walked away from, instead of into, the haunted house?  Taken the blue pill, in a sense.

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You don''t have to do anything else, just think about it.  It can be kind of sobering.

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And if you''re the kind of person who, while viewing an abstract painting, thinks, "Huh, a bunch of blobs," and moves on, then you probably won''t get this exercise.  You''ll think, "This is stupid.  I have no idea why she''s going on like this.  Why did I even look at this in the first place?"

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And that''s okay.  Really.  It''s all right.  Because I know, or hope, anyway, that somewhere, deep in the back corners of your mind, some of this will sit.  And stick.  And when you''re lying in bed on a dark night with nothing but your thoughts to keep you company, you''ll remember this.  And maybe it won''t be enough to start you really thinking about what you see and hear and read and talk about, but my hope is that it will help you on that path.

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My hope is that one day, you''ll go back to look at that painting.  You''ll sit in front of it for a while, maybe five minutes, maybe an hour, maybe until you get hungry or have to go back to work.  You''ll look at it and you''ll wonder at how you could never see those blurs, those blobs and lines, for what they really were.  And no, it won''t help you save the world.  No, it won''t give you magical powers.  No, it will not lead to religious enlightenment or whatever.

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But what it will do is, perhaps, let you think.  Let you dream.  Let you imagine.

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How do I know?

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Because once, I, too, didn''t understand the painting.

Welcome to The Matrix.

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Wake up, Neo.

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Because if you don''t, the world will die.  Seriously.

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....

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Okay, so maybe not.  But have you ever thought about it?  Pick a book, movie, or TV -- well, it wouldn''t work as well for TV.  Book or movie plot, then.  Pick one.  Got it?  Mine is the Matrix.  Find the turning point in it, the point of no return, where there are only two possible outcomes.  For instance, the Matrix''s is the red and blue pills.  Blue, you go home.

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Red, you save the world.

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Two outcomes, two possibilities, one choice.  And whatever you chose, you can never go back.

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Maybe that''s a little (okay, a lot) melodramatic.  But I like being melodramatic.  It''s fun.

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Anyway, find that spot in the plot.  Hey, that rhymes!  Spot in the plot, spot in the plot, spot in the -- focusing now.  For a horror story, it''s probably the moment the character walks into the haunted house and the door slams shut behind them, sealing them in.  Something like that.

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Have it?  Good.  Now think.  What would have happened had the character walked away from, instead of into, the haunted house?  Taken the blue pill, in a sense.

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You don''t have to do anything else, just think about it.  It can be kind of sobering.

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And if you''re the kind of person who, while viewing an abstract painting, thinks, "Huh, a bunch of blobs," and moves on, then you probably won''t get this exercise.  You''ll think, "This is stupid.  I have no idea why she''s going on like this.  Why did I even look at this in the first place?"

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And that''s okay.  Really.  It''s all right.  Because I know, or hope, anyway, that somewhere, deep in the back corners of your mind, some of this will sit.  And stick.  And when you''re lying in bed on a dark night with nothing but your thoughts to keep you company, you''ll remember this.  And maybe it won''t be enough to start you really thinking about what you see and hear and read and talk about, but my hope is that it will help you on that path.

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My hope is that one day, you''ll go back to look at that painting.  You''ll sit in front of it for a while, maybe five minutes, maybe an hour, maybe until you get hungry or have to go back to work.  You''ll look at it and you''ll wonder at how you could never see those blurs, those blobs and lines, for what they really were.  And no, it won''t help you save the world.  No, it won''t give you magical powers.  No, it will not lead to religious enlightenment or whatever.

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But what it will do is, perhaps, let you think.  Let you dream.  Let you imagine.

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How do I know?

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Because once, I, too, didn''t understand the painting.

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The Country of Green J

 

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Some Facts About Green J:

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Dictator: Wyatt S. Carpenter

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Dictator''s Facebook: w@HapCatCap.com

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Population: 0

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GDP: 0

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Recognized by: no countries

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Goverment type: Dictatorship

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Official religon: Wyattarianism

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Land: One square meter on Mars (at 0,0)

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The center of the Sun

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(We let other countries use the Sun because we''re nice)

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Welcome to Happy Cat Capitalist Productions!

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It may be a mouthful to say, but-- Scratch that, "Happy Cat Capitalist" is a mouthful, and that''s why we chose the name "Happy Cat Capitalist." Class dissmissed.

We also have a pretty sweet flag.

Pertinent Hearsay

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Here at HapCatCap, our motto is "Mottos are for losers! Wait a minute..." and in that vein we plan to do... something... at some point. Well, stick around, because it''ll be awesome! But don''t hold your breath.

Welcome to Concrete

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This used to be something about the program that let you edit webpages like this, but i changed whatever it said and now i can''t remember it.  Oops. 

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Why would you name your editing thing Concrete, anyway?  Seems rather stupid, to having a company that specializes in letting you change things to have a name that implies whatever it is being set in stone.

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Just saying.

Welcome to Happy Cat Capitalist Productions!

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It maybe a mouthful to say. Scratch that, it is quite a mouthful, and that''s why we named it "Happy Cat Capitalist." Class dissmissed.

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Welcome to Happy Cat Capitalist Productions!

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It maybe a mouthful to say. Scratch that, it is quite a mouthful, and that''s why we named it "happy cat capitalist." Class dissmissed.