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April 29, 2021


Some Male Birds Fly Under False Colors to Attract Mates

(Thanks to Mr. Ridley Pearson, who says "I tried this. It was by L'Oreal, but it didn't work.")


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I guess it's only a fish wrapper if you buy a hard copy, (speaking of the failing NYT)

Ridley should try Nice 'N Easy 6TR, truest red. I have a male friend that says that works pretty well for him.

This would get Ridley a chick He would never forget. Probably a 'on the house' lap dance too.

Both the Scarlet and Western Tanagers, which nest in the US, are gaudier than any of the pictured 'tripical tangers.' While the Scarlet Tanager sticks to basic red and black, the male Western Tanager comes in the colors of a technicolor sunset. We happened to catch them migrating through Bandelier Natl Monument in NM about this time of year, a feast for the eyes.

That's why you see so many guys outside of Wisconsin wearing Packer jerseys. You're not fooling anyone, Tom Brady.

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