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October 05, 2012


Not this blog.

(Thanks to Jan in Grimbsy)


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Mr Fox uses an accordion and a cowbell to frighten the birds.
That'd keep me out of the field. The only way it would be worse would be if he played "Mandy".

The only way it would be worse would be if he played "Mandy".

On the bagpipes.

Or Purple haze on the bagpipes.

So are they saying they are having trouble getting enough rape because of the birds?

That could be misunderstood in London.

or anything on the bagpipes. sadly. my niece is majoring in english, and minoring in music. she has been warned.


Better'n my job, sad to say. At least he gets to pick the musical selections.

'Oh, I would tell you why
The ocean's near the shore
I could think of things I never thunk before
And then I'd sit and think some more

I would not be just a nuffin'
My head all full of stuffin'
My heart all full of pain
I would dance and be merry
Life would be a ding-a-derry
If I only had a brain

i <3 that song

wiredog, that was awesome. Loved it.

You asked for it, Elon.

Try bear spray.

It's just part of the normal job progression: Human Scarecrow, College President, President of the U.S.

To secure such a prized position in this highly competitive job environment, this guy must be truly out standing in his field.

We prefer using hand grenades.

We've tried using bangers to scare them off...

You forgot the mash, silly

He got a university degree in music and english. No mention in the story as to whether the university gave him the obligatory t-shirt, that reads "I have a liberal arts degree... do you want fries with that?".

I also got an undergraduate degree in music, and though things worked out eventually, I would gladly have taken a scarecrow job over the groundskeeping work I did right after graduation. Like Regular Show without the hijinks.

Well, you have to suffer for your art...sucker.

Ok, the accordion works on the partridges but what does he do about people showing up expecting to polka?

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