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May 28, 2010


Sausage-Addicted Kookaburra

(Thanks to Ralph)


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Not being at all familiar with such animals, I looked at the photo and initially saw what I thought was a bunny-type critter facing to the right. It took a while to see it was a bird facing up and to the left.

*Goes for more coffee*

There's an old camp song that your new band could sing: "Laugh, Kookaburra, Laugh Kookaburra, Gay your life must be."

A fat Kookaburra versus an Inland Taipan. Should be on Deadliest Warrior.

We met Jack on Sanibel Island in 1993. He was an Egret walking in front of a movie theater. I was concerned that he came right up to us. I thought he was sick.
No. Jack was addicted to hot dogs and had learned that tourists were easy marks. I guess that was a type of sickness.

Hope he never finds out about bacon. The bird does look happy though.

Meanie: See this link.

I thought the bird looked pretty happy. Give him his sausage and but him where he is safe. Then leave him alone and he'll be fine. Maybe he doesn't want to go back to nature.

but and insert put. Sorry about that.

Ralph - Wow, that is just too weird of a coincidence to contemplate on a Sunday morning. (Unless it's more of an extended Saturday night kind of Sunday morning.....)

*Wonders what Wittgenstein would have done if he'd had the internet*

Sausages? And here I thought they ate gumdrops…

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