Author: Phillip Mlynar

Phillip likes to pretend that he's the world's foremost expert on rappers' cats, a claim that admittedly comes with little-to-no competition. He considers his expose on Rags Lauren, a cat who lives in a recording studio and was the unwitting victim of a fake Twitter account, to be a ground-breaking classic of the form. He is also convinced his idea for cat sushi is a million-dollar winner. <strong>Full Name: </strong>Phillip Mlynar <strong>Location:</strong> The feral-cat-strewn blocks of Bushwick, Brooklyn. <strong>Where You Can Find Me on the Internet:</strong> <a href="" target="_blank">Tweets</a> and <a href="" target="_blank">Tumbls</a> plus <a href="" target="_blank">Instagramming</a> <strong>What I Do for a Living:</strong> Write about rappers. <strong>What I Do for Fun:</strong> Collect Le Creuset cookware (in red). I'm speculating that cast iron will emerge as the new gold when it comes to savvy future investments. <strong>The Furry Members of My Household Are:</strong> Mimosa aka Mims aka Chicken Mims, the latter because of the time she faced up against a rooster back in her shelter days. <strong>My Favorite Things to Write About Are:</strong> Arcane rap songs from long-forgotten periods of time. Also, rappers who like sandwiches. <strong>My Pet Peeves Are:</strong> Food Bazaar supermarkets, people who try and convince you that <em>Arrested Development</em> is funny, and apartment building neighbors who seem intent on turning the shared roof terrace into a shanty town by adding so much tacky garden furniture and leaving trash out. But I'll have the last laugh when I start keeping free-roaming chickens out there. <strong>My Guilty Pleasures Are:</strong> I sometimes enjoy canned macaroni and cheese. <strong>How I Deal with Cat/Dog Hair:</strong> A well-stocked supply of Ikea lint rollers. <strong>What I Want to Be When I Grow Up:</strong> Eric Cantona.