Monday, July 31, 2006

Naming Rights

The cat had kittens. They talk a lot in the sports biz about Naming Rights. The Skydome in Toronto was bought by Rogers Communications and is now legally The Rogers Centre. But the citizens of Toronto still call it Skydome; they don't know what you're talking about if you ask -- where's the Rogers Centre? To them Rogers means phones. To them the baseball stadium is still Skydome.

Back in Ancient Days they gave Naming Rights to the Emperor. The new kittens were born on the last day of Julius Caesar Month. I was born on the last day of Augustus Caesar month. Augustus stole a couple of days from February so that Augustus Month would have that same max number of days as Julius Month: 31.

What shall I name the three kittens?


Blogger Kirby Olson said...

Father, son, and Holy Spirit.

8:48 AM  
Blogger Michael Andre said...

Following Kirby's lead, I have studied Socinianism, and become convinced. There is only one God, and it's a kitten. Yankee Stadium and Canada would thus seem possible for the other two. But really these are actual cats. They can't go through life burdened with names like Father, Son and Holy Spirt; or even God, Yankee Stadium and Canada. What shall I call them?

11:35 AM  

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