Tam gave me an answer…

So a few days ago I asked a question about something called an Amazon Dash button…

…do these things do what I think they do? Do you buy these for $5 each, one for every regularly expended commodity, and then when you want more you just push this button and AMAZON AUTOMATICALLY SENDS YOU MORE???

I raised the subject of possible complications arising from unauthorized button-pushing, and Tam – who it seems does have a few of the things – agreed that there can indeed be issues…

I was in the kitchen one evening a couple months ago, right before the cats’ feeding time, when Bobbi called out from the office. “I think Huck just ordered some Cascade pods!”

See, one of Huck’s attention-seeking behaviors in the ramp-up to dinner time (especially during these four months of the year when dinner is an hour late) is to knock shit off desks near the humans…

🙂 It seems cats actually can order things from Amazon, if gifted with sufficient enabling technology.

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5 Responses to Tam gave me an answer…

  1. So if cats can order pods, does that mean we should be getting their input on the gun debate?

  2. Joel says:

    😀 Of course not! No cat would be subservient enough to hook up with bloomberg & friends. Therefore no really woke person would ever claim to think a cat’s “feelings” on the matter were of any importance.

  3. B says:

    You can only order another one after the first one is delivered though. SO no “truckloads of Red Bull”.

    If that were possible, I’d have to press a friends Dash Button like 300 times.

  4. Robert says:

    My cat types incoherent letters to the editor. That’s my story and I’m, well, you know the rest.
    Is there a Dash button for 5.56? How about .308? Asking for a friend…
    Is there a Dash button to return “friends”?

  5. MamaLiberty says:

    Good grief! No dash buttons please. It is already entirely too easy to order more than one can afford at Amazon on the computer.

To the stake with the heretic!