Exercising the Right of First Refusal

Posted 5/7/17

It's kitties. Cats. They don't like it, they wait for something better. And they'll wait some more. We kind of think we know what they prefer, but, whoa; sometimes that changes. Sometimes they want …

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Exercising the Right of First Refusal

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It's kitties. Cats. They don't like it, they wait for something better. And they'll wait some more. We kind of think we know what they prefer, but, whoa; sometimes that changes. Sometimes they want something that we think is just repulsive; stinky enough to change the ambiance or our whole house. Often we feel that, if it's more expensive, costly, it must be better.

Not always. And we should ask, "Costly to whom?"

And they never eat all of everything. Well, with cats, that's also sometimes not true. "Oh, they loved this particular flavor last time; and it's a bit cheaper than the super fancy special special." Sometimes they'll gorge on some new flavor only to throw most of it up later.

No message here.

No moral. Like the guy who waded out to change the tide, willing to wait most of six hours to be successful, some folks are willing to wait a while for the next great great thing offered.

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