Was a time the internet was all about finding cool stuff on way out websites and telling everyone you knew about them. Coolest thing I ever found and passed around was a site that featured Japanese men who liked having Japanese women in frilly knickers fart in their face. That is the sort of shit which goes a long way towards explaining why the Japanese have better things to do than engineer their nuclear power plants sufficiently.
Now the internet is all about telling people what you had for lunch, what you are watching on television and what you did in the Canuck hockey riot. Lou Reed sure got the human race right when he said, "You'd eat shit and say it tasted good, if there was some money in it for you."
I still like sharing cool stuff, when I find it, like the above cat looking out a window. The artist is Axel Hou. The inscription, too small to read on the upper right hand side, is in Danish. When translated with the suspect Google translation device it reads,
Now it spins old black cat,
feast of mice in the stomach,
The dream of a gay tag,
With the sparrows in the garden.