Hero tells story: Brooklyn-based, Swiss-Californian-Caledonic-Hibernian-rap-Perfomance-Artist blogger artist is shocked to find his own many thoughtless and rash typos, yet charismatically resists doing anything about the stark and heavy lifting of going in and fixing each ‘trifling’ detail.

When questioned about 'the many brief errors of his ways,' Brooklyn-Swiss-California-Hyper-Space based rap-performance artist, Christopher Lager (or, C-LOG to his many seven and myriad fans), would say only, "It's just that I can't quite hear you anymore and so have come to care less about what you're actually saying."

“It’s totally okay!” he was heard to exult from his Brooklyn studio apartment. “I have but seven subscribers!”

(A maniacal and kind of hoarse and irreverent leather-papery laughter was heard then to rip from his throat, as the once-seriously-nervous blogger threw back the red and black serious cape which he kept always at his ready, and bent before the heavy and serious task of renting “Darkman,” once again.)

Later, a handsome and extremely lithe silver tabby-cat produced a small cake, and the gift of her company, in celebration of the momentarily-scared blogger’s miraculous recovery from “an unnecessary and self-imposed sense of responsibility.”

For centuries cats have held a sacred, almost talismanic place of power amongst societies of bloggers and rap performance artists around the globe.

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