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April 12, 2013


Frozen Vultures Fall From Sky

(Do-dah, do-dah.)

(Thanks to Suzie Q. Wacvet)


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If they landed on the theater complex, would they be known as culture-vultures?

I saw Frozen Vultures open for the Byrds.

I saw Frozen Vultures open for a Flock of Seagulls.

I saw frozen vultures at my local discount grocery store in the poultry section.

The episode of WKRP Dave references was one of the best! Thanks for bringing back a stellar television memory. (Although Dr. Johnny Fever and Venus Flytrap are not considered part of the "golden age" of television.)

As god as my witness, I thought...
I agree with ALDentist, WKRP was one of the lesser known, discussed classics in television.

Poor babies.
If they're not too numerous, vultures leave the landscape cleaner than they found it.
However, as I found out on a camping trip, don't fall asleep and lay really still while they're circling.

If the FAA didn't have to lay off flight controllers, they wouldn't have gotten takeoff clearance in the first place.

Wrong vector, Victor Vulture.

Frozen Vultures? Just pop em in the microwave, and
...wait I think I am confusing reality with one of those PBS cooking shows ....

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