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New article

So I’ve neglected the blog shamefully this week, but I haven’t been slacking. There’s actually a new article on Cornered Cat. The subject is: Superpowers!

Go read it. You can leaveĀ  your comments here, and it makes me happy when you do.

5 Responses to New article

  1. RabidAlien says:

    Invisibility. Been that way for years. Took a trip on a Greyhound once, bus was packed…except for the seat next to me. Maybe I’m also repellent? Would be nice to learn how to turn it on and off, though.

  2. kalaryn says:

    I used to use that trick when I went to clubs, I would see some creepy guy eyeballing me, I could tell in his language that he was working to coming over, watched him start to come over and I would just think, “I’m invisible” and he would just walk on by. It sounds silly but it saved me a lot of grief and having to tell some drunkard that I wasn’t interested.

    BTW: I was also the invisible kid that never got picked to play either. But I was short and I doubt I was even 50 pounds in those days so no one wanted the tiny kid on their team. lol

  3. kalaryn says:

    Or wait, maybe I’m not invisible, I am just so thin I turn sideways and no one sees me. lol

  4. swordsister says:

    Kathy, this is wonderful info. Can you expand on what is needed to be invisible? Being quiet, not moving abruptly, wearing “average” clothes, gaze, posture, eye direction, etc.? I want a cloak of my own (maybe I even have one already and don’t know it) and better insight into how to see through others’ cloaks.

  5. Daniel in Brookline says:

    The whole time I was reading this, all I could think of was Dwight Schultz muttering under his breath: “White paper. White paper. White paper…”

    (It’s an A-Team reference. If you don’t get it, don’t worry about it.)

    In all seriousness, I’d love to hear you talk more about how body language affects invisibility. I’ve known people like this — I remember a guy who was next to impossible to spot in his own high school class photo — but I’d love to understand it better. Thanks!

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