Randy “Tiger Balls” Bass (D), YOUR NAME HERE (I’ll catify YOU) , Don “Litters” Young (R)

YOUR FACE HERE  As of today I will catify you (turn you into a Boo Science cat!) for a donation, any amount, I just need two or more photos from which to work. 10% of all donations will go to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF.org), an award winning research facility making headway against heart disease, alzheimers & more
YOUR FACE HERE
As of today I will catify you (turn you into a Boo Science cat!) for a donation, any amount, I just need two or more photos from which to work. 10% of all donations will go to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF.org), an award winning research facility making headway against heart disease, alzheimers & more (details below)

 

Alaska Representative Don "Litters" Young (Alaska Representative District I - R)  Rumored to have convinced previous elected cat Rep of Alaska's district I to play with yarn attached to a single engine supply plane Suggested releasing wolves in the humane society adoption center to deal with an excess number of adoptable animals
Alaska Representative Don “Litters” Young (Alaska Representative District I – R)
Rumored to have convinced previous elected cat Rep of Alaska’s district I to play with yarn attached to a single engine supply plane
Suggested releasing wolves in the humane society adoption center to deal with an excess number of adoptable animals

(Alaska Representative Don Young in the news)

 

Randy "Tiger Balls" Bass (Rep 32nd district of Okla. - D)  Had the Japanese hairball coughing record with a .389, a record that still stands today.  Is known for batting the end table tassels left handed, crowding the base. Co-Chair of the Appropriations Subcommittee Natural Regurgitation and Hairball Services
Randy “Tiger Balls” Bass (Rep 32nd district of Okla. – D)
Had the Japanese hairball coughing record with a .389, a record that still stands today.
Is known for batting the end table tassels South Pawed, crowding the base.
Co-Chair of the Appropriations Subcommittee Natural Regurgitation and Hairball Services

(More about Oklahoma Representative Randy Bass and his stellar baseball career 

 

People have been asking to be catified, which is totally weird, but cats are SUPER weird, so it seems fitting. I’m not sure how to structure the cost, other than charging a decent flat hourly rate for (usually) 2 hours worth of stylus work, so until further notice my digital catifications will be on a per donation basis. If you want a print or a painting the cost will depend of the subject and time/materials requires, and priced accordingly. Simply message me (booscience@booscience.com) and we can get started. 10% of donations will go to OMRF.ORG (Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation), a very reputable research facility that deals with, among other things, alzheimers and heart disease. I will be offering more choices in the near future for your donated monies.  Stay tuned.

 

As for today’s cats, Don Young just garnered catification due to media attention on his idea to solve Alaska’s homelessness problem with wolves. Yes, really. Oklahoma’s 32nd was drawn due to his bassadness, baseball skills, and willingness to serve Oklahoma during its fight for anything but baseball or kids (not Randy’s fault, thus far). If you want to read about an Okie truly huge in Japan, go read about Representative Randy Bass, he is in the Japanese Tiger’s top 5 all time players, and still holds the highest recorded Japanese batting average, a respectable .389, nothing to shake a stick at. 

 

 

If you have any suggestions for catification donation monies, contact me, I’ll do the research and offer more as I find the good ones. 

 

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Woody Guthrie as a cat in honor of pineapple infused This Machine beer release tomorrow

Woody Guthrie - pineapple infused This Machine IPA, THURSDAY February 26th, 5pm, Oak & Ore
Woody Guthrie – pineapple infused This Machine IPA, THURSDAY February 26th, 5pm, Oak & Ore

 

 

Oak & Ore is a new and amazing place to get your temperature controlled draft beer fix, it’s rustic, clean, industrial, and modern all the same time, and if that isn’t enough to entice you, tomorrow the Marshall Brewing team will be showing off a keg of a pineapple infused version of This Machine IPA, an incredible beer I was lucky enough to sample This Machine, named for the iconic Woody Guthrie guitar with that very message printed on its face. The beer is by far the best IPA I’ve ever had, so I’m extremely excited to try the limited pineapple infused version, lovingly called Pineapple Express, tomorrow at Oak & Ore in Oklahoma City’s Plaza District. Beer starts pouring at 5pm, get there fast if you want to keep your glass, supplies are limited.

I hope the people over at Marshall Brewing like my take on their beer and Woody, and I hope you liked it too. 

 

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Oak & Ore – 1732 NW 16th St, Okc Ok

Thursday February 26, 5pm

Facebook event : https://www.facebook.com/events/1588164724762671/