} Foolish mortal! Know you not the history of catsup?
} Listen and learn!!!
} Long ago, in deepest, darkest Italy, Luigi was in his tomato garden.
} He found his cat out there, chasing mice in his tomato garden.
} "Whassa matta you, you stupid cat?" cried Luigi, who then tossed
} his cat out of the garden. Day after day, he would toss the cat
} out of his garden, and day after day, his cat got angrier and angrier.
} One day, Luigi was walking toward his house and was surprised as a
} tomato hit him *splat* in the face. His cat, smirking cattishly,
} was on the roof with a number of tomatoes, which he used to pelt
} Luigi. Repeatedly.
} From that day on, Luigi had to be on the watch for his cat, for if he
} failed to notice the cat on the roof, he'd get splattered with the
} tomatoes. So he had his son shout "Hey, papa, looka uppa, the cat's
} up!" in warning whenever he saw the cat ahead of time.
} Luigi's wife, however, noted the tasty qualities of the pulpy remains of
} the tomatoes, and began putting a similar substance on the family's
} hamburgers. Since the son's call shortened to 'Cat's Up' later, the
} tomato mush also became called 'Catsup'.
} Ask a silly question...
} You owe the Oracle ten White Castles smothered in orange peels.