Back in November of 2021, the government passed the One Trillion Dollar Infrastructure bill. And it looks like it’s not a moment too soon. Apparently, giant cats are attacking the Northwest United States. Of course it’s not real. But a calendar that depicts this happening is funny.
According to Good News Network “The new 2023 calendar highlighting the achievements of the US Army Corps of Engineers features giant cats superimposed in photos of their engineering successes.” More than anything, it’s really just cats being cats. Attacking things, lounging around, chewing. Cat stuff. And best of all, they’re giving away the calendar for free.
The actual calendar can be downloaded and printed here. Because the Army Corps is a Government Agency, the calendar is in public domain and totally free to download and print. But one note, don’t be impatient. Once you click on the link to view the calendar it will take about two minutes even on a fast connection.
I’m wondering where in the Infrastructure Bill they snuck in “Giant Cat Calendar.” It seems to be an ongoing theme of Government agencies showing a lighter side. Last weekend when “Florida Woman Tries To Bring ‘Emotional Support Boa Constrictor’ Onto Plane In Tampa” happened, we realized that the TSA has an Instagram page that consists of mostly “dad jokes.”