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2011 Kurst Feline Calendar - A good year to look up to

2011 Kurst Feline Calendar - A good year to look up to

The Encyclopedia Galactica(this is found in the bookshelf of Professor Choronofur's shelf) defines Kurst the Hyperyote as: ”Canis Latrans Hyperus. Mostly Harmless - unless with acme products or computers”

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy defines Kurst the Hyperyote as: “That that TOTALLY hoopy frood who did that AWESOME feline calendar! If you ever need a calendar full of Lions, Tigers, Leopards, Cougars Snow Leopards and the missing Lynx, Don’t Panic! THIS one will see you through the Earth Year 2011 in STYLE!”

What the guides don’t know is the calendar contains some of Kurst’s most favorite feline pictures he’s developed in 2010. A fact that will updated in the next guide.

(Also the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy sells rather better than the Encyclopedia Galactica which is also not a fact found int he Encyclopedia Galactica)



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