Sunday, June 14, 2009
Feckless the Cat, a known feline scammer, was counting stolen money one day with his partner in crime, Pre-Approved Cat.
"It just seems unethical to me, Feckless. We're using poor, elderly cats to get our claws on stocks, bonds, real estate holdings and bank accounts. It just seems wrong. I have nightmares about those poor, aged victims," said Pre-Approved.
"Okay, you've got a point. Let's rip off kittens," said Feckless.
"Yeah," said Pre-Approved. "Let's do the right thing."
(Friendly cat shown above is up for adoption at SF SPCA)
by lurene gisee
June 14, 2009
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Thursday, June 11, 2009
"You were teasing me just last week about using the Transamerica Pyramid as a scratchpad, Pre-Approved. You said I was remembering past days, wasting time licking myself for theft of the all world's greats. But where do I find you today? At the old Pacific Coast Stock Exchange on Pine going over the old days! What's here for you? The money's fled."
"Memories of my first big swipe, Feckless; action. I was clawing cash before it was even illegal. By the time they figured I was there on the floor, they shut down the whole place," said Pre-Approved Cat, the city's most talented financial swindler.
"I know we don't need the old floor anymore," said Pre-Approved. "I just like looking at the old screens, hearing my name," said the cat. "Getting flipped off by the greats of 1997 again! They had to get through me first and they knew it!"
Pre-Approved licked his fur and stood straight again with pride.
"I heard it all on that floor. 'THE MEEK MAY INHERIT THE EARTH, BUT YOU'RE SURE PAYING THEIR INTEREST...' Ha ha ha. Who's laughing now," Pre-Approved said with a self-satisfied cat grin.
"They're gone. Who's left now? Me, me, me!! Me and You, Feckless and Pre-Approved!"
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by lurene gisee
Nov. 2008 photo old Pacific Stock Exchange bldg., 301 Pine, SF, Wikipedia
photo of kitty for adoption by SF SPCA
Video of Pine St. trading floor of 1997 from You Tube above to copy, paste and view
Monday, June 1, 2009
Feckless the Cat always knew how to scheme stocks and launder cash, but other tricks of San Francisco's Financial District were in his claws alone.
"Stock options, stock options," said Feckless Cat, using the TransAmerica Pyramid as a scratch pad.
Men in business suits walked into the building, but Feckless Cat ignored them.
"I don't know what these other guys on Montgomery Street are doing. Wasting money, if you ask me," said Feckless.
June 1, 2009
by Lurene Gisee
photo of Transamerica Pyramid in SF from Transamerica website