?

Log in

No account? Create an account

Barbaro's heart.

Sep. 20th, 2006 | 08:45 pm

Send Barbaro your good wishes.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

So why do we need to learn to spell?

Jul. 10th, 2006 | 01:06 am

i cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I wuas rdanieg. The phaonmneal pweor of the hmuan mnid, aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it dseno't mtaetr in waht oerdr the ltteres in a wrod are, the olny iproamtnt tihng is taht the frsit and lsat ltteer be in the rghit pclae.

Thhe rset can be a taotl mses and yhou can sitll raed it whotuit a pboerlm. Tihs is bcuseae the huuamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Azanmig huh?
yaeh and I awlyas tghuuhot slpeling was ipmorantt! if you can raed tihs rpsoet it.

ONLY REPOST IF YOU CAN READ THIS

Link | Leave a comment | Share

You've come such a long way, baby!

Apr. 16th, 2006 | 11:40 pm

Frightening 80's Finnish music video attempt.

LOL

Link | Leave a comment | Share

An Islamic expert on female genital mutilation

Apr. 3rd, 2006 | 11:59 pm

Not for children! Disturbing!

His reality is a little different from their reality.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Jill Carroll on safe ground

Apr. 3rd, 2006 | 11:09 pm

The Officers' Club predicts that Jill Carroll won't be the last Western hostage, but she will be the last to be released.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

No comment

Apr. 3rd, 2006 | 10:47 pm

Charlene Downes murder - still a deafening silence



Britain's heavy controlled Politically Correct mass media continue to ignore one of the most unpleasant cases of suspected racist murder - which probably involved gang rape as well.

14-year-old Charlene Downes is believed by Blackpool police to have been turned into kebabs and tile grout after her disappearance in November 2003. Two Muslim men - one a former social worker - have been charged with her murder or with assisting in the disposal of her body.

The combination of murder, the appalling likelihood that scores of unwitting customers actually ate Charlene, and the unasked question as to whether this was another case involving the grooming for sex and drugs of a young white girl by a Muslim sex predator gang should have made this killing national front page news.
textCollapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Heating up the stew

Apr. 3rd, 2006 | 10:18 pm

It's real. It's happening. No matter what we do on a personal level, it won't matter. Regardless of the propaganda.



Robert Correll, a top scientist in charge of an eight-country research program into Arctic problems caused by global warming, recognizes the contradictions, especially since developing nations such as China, India and those in Africa will play bigger roles in greenhouse gas pollution in the future.Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Another war on the homefront

Apr. 3rd, 2006 | 10:05 pm

Didn't you just love the "in your face" action of our hispanic neighbors? Not really? Oh my goodness.


What we are witnessing is not the birth of a new civil rights movement but the attempt to render meaningless the concept of border controls. Any march that can mobilize 500,000 people will get the attention of Washington's politicians, but this nation must not be deterred from securing its borders, enforcing the law and finding a way to humanely deal with the more than 11 million illegal residents already here.Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Just what...

Apr. 3rd, 2006 | 09:30 pm

...we wanted to hear. Not.


Glazov: ... You make the point that the Islamist threat to the West is greater than ever. Can you explain? And this means we are losing the terror war, no? Trifkovic: Losing, absolutely, without a doubt. After Stalingrad Germany was doomed, after Moscow Napoleon was finished, and after Gettysburg the Confederacy could no longer hope to turn the tide. No such turning point has been reached in the misnamed Global War on Terrorism (GWOT). We need a comprehensive strategy of defense not merely against a small jihadist elite but against an inherently aggressive, demographically vibrant, and ideologically rigid Islamic movement - and please, no more Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Sharia in the US?

Apr. 3rd, 2006 | 09:18 pm

Will US muslim enclaves appear here? Toss up. Time was, I would have said no way. Now I'm not so sure anymore.



The local planning commission in Little Rock, Arkansas, might proceed with the proposed Muslim enclave, but the Arkansas courts and its legislature should not abdicate its responsibilities to ensure that Western liberal rights and protections remain supreme. The government should monitor both the rhetoric and behavior of these communities. As the Supreme Court stated in Cantwell: the freedom to believe is absolute, but the freedom to act, in the nature of things, cannot be, especially as to the safety and preservation of the American democracy.Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

I have it.

Apr. 3rd, 2006 | 09:00 pm

Perhaps these peaceful muslims can save our planet from global warming by getting rid of everything modern - kind of like getting back to basics. So, invasion by these death-loving islamobot barbarians could be a good thing.

Riiight.



Whether or not any such structure exists or can be forged, the fact is that the fuel of Islamic imperialism remains as volatile as ever, and is very far from having burned itself out. To deny its force is the height of folly, and to imagine that it can be appeased or deflected is to play into its hands. Only when it is defeated, and when the faith of Islam is no longer a tool of Islamic political ambition, will the inhabitants of Muslim lands, and the rest of the world, be able to look forward to a future less burdened by Saladins and their gory dreams.Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Central Park Coyote Dead

Mar. 31st, 2006 | 10:57 pm

On Fox News, they said that the Central Park coyote had been killed during a "routine tagging accident".

WTF!!??

He was captured 3/22 and died on 3/31. What were you guys doing with this coyote for 9 DAYS!??!!!

You had him bagged, why couldn't you take him upstate like you said you were going to do and let him go?

Why did you mess around with him until you killed him?

He made you all look incompetent. You don't look incompetent anymore.





"A coyote that roamed Central Park for several days, delighting New Yorkers and making fools out of New York cops and wildlife officials, has been caught."

"The coyote first appeared on Sunday and has been feasting on ducks and other birds ever since. Local news stations have shown comical footage of police and park rangers running Elmer Fudd-like through Central Park in hot pursuit of the animal."


"Unlike other large cities like Chicago or Los Angeles, New York doesn't have much of a coyote problem. That's because you can only get to Manhattan by bridge, tunnel, or a very expensive cab from La Guardia."

"He's a very adventurous coyote to travel to midtown Manhattan," said Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe.

"The coyote eluded Parks officials and police officers at every turn, jumping fences, swimming across ponds, and scampering around skating rinks to avoid capture. But then its luck ran out."

"It was tranquilized near the 79th Street traverse, and will be shipped to a wildlife preserve upstate."

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Liking Harper more and more.

Mar. 31st, 2006 | 06:01 pm

Perhaps Canadian PM Harper's huge cajones will make Bush jealous. Or not.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

What next?

Mar. 31st, 2006 | 04:31 pm

More insanity in an insane world.



The greater threat to our nation's security comes not from Dubai and its pro-Western government, but from Venezuela, where software engineers with links to the leftist, anti-American regime of Hugo Chávez are programming electronic voting machines that will soon power U.S. elections.Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

SSDD

Mar. 31st, 2006 | 03:34 pm

Iran has developed a new method of delivering their "peaceful nuclear power", the Fajr-3, which is good for 1,250 miles. Not to be outdone, the head of the Arab League called on Arab states to develop nuclear power.

Tuesday, the PA gifted the Israelis with a Katyusha rocket which landed in an open field south of Ashkelon. The PA has many more such presents in store, possibly even better aimed.

France is having oh so peaceful riots again.

Bush is in Cancun with Fox and Harper. Hopefully, Stephen Harper will not be contaminated. Why is Chevron CEO David O'Reilly at these meetings? Who else is there? Looks as though this is just a case of big money yukking it up in paradise with their hich-price puppets. If Bush is happy, which by the pics he is, the American people are being screwed again. I can't wait to find out which right or liberty of ours Bush has given away now.

Hostage Jill Carroll has only glowing things to say about her kidnappers, but with Stockholm Syndrome and threats against her life, her real story may not emerge for quite some time.

It's too bad Afghanistan's Christian, Abdul Rahman was whisked away to freedom in ITALY. It speaks volumes to me that America did not speak out forcefully to save him, rescue him, and bring him to America. At least he is free. Now what about the other Christians imprisioned for their faith in that hellhole of a country that we "rescued" from the Taliban?

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Cuimhnich

Mar. 30th, 2006 | 10:11 pm

Remembered now only in history.
Their commanding officer, Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Bruce, addressed them. They were, he said, part of history, the history of the Royal Scots, the Royal Regiment of Scotland and the history of Scotland itself. Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

At least it's not jihadi porn. Yet.

Mar. 28th, 2006 | 05:03 pm

Are we steeling our psyches to what is coming?

In the 50's and early 60's, now Classic alien and horror movies kept the nation's fear of a nuclear war with the Soviet Union tempered. We may not be facing a war consciously, but apparently our subconscious sees it all too clearly. We believe it's gonna' be bloody hell on Earth, judging by these movies.

It's not jokey violence, either. Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Freak'n WHAT?

Mar. 28th, 2006 | 04:52 pm

Where was I? I don't remember any of this crap on the news.

Burke is a former employee of Serco Group, a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) contractor that operates the tower at Walker Field Airport Authority in Grand Junction. He is suspected of having placed improvised explosive devices (IEDs) at five residences in and around Grand Junction on Friday. There were no injuries in the bombings. The bombing in Tennessee occurred Feb. 1 when an IED detonated on the roof of the Serco project management office in Murfreesboro. No one was injured in that explosion, from which ATF, Tennessee State Bomb and Arson, Tennessee Highway Patrol, and Murfreesboro Police and Fire departments collected evidence at the scene.Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Worried about...

Mar. 28th, 2006 | 04:39 pm

herding those horses back to the barn. This is almost amusing.

False radiation alarms are common — sometimes occurring more than 100 times a day — although the GAO said inspectors generally do a good job distinguishing nuisance alarms from actual ones. False alarms can be caused by ceramics, fertilizers, bananas and even patients who have recently undergone some types of medical procedures. At one port — which investigators did not identify — a director frustrated over false alarms was worried that backed-up trains might block the entrance to a nearby military base until an alarm was checked out. The director's solution: simply turn off the radiation detector.Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Wretchard's

Mar. 28th, 2006 | 04:31 pm

"The Three Conjectures" from 2003. Unfortunately even a better read today.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Dear Mr. President:

Mar. 28th, 2006 | 02:10 pm

By your inaction on the behalf of the American people, we know which side of your sombrero gets buttered. Thank you so much for leaving us open to invasion.

Most Sincerely,

America



The globalists have been amazingly efficient. They have even convinced half of our population that we deserve the coming Balkanization. The next step will have to be getting rid of the Second Amendment. This is what I believe the jihadis are waiting for too.

According to Michelle Malkin, the anti-American propagandists (MSM) are being careful to portray the invaders as being peaceful. Read their signs. Listen to their slogans. They may be peaceful, but their threat is real.


...we must recognize that the Mexicans are not coming here merely as individuals seeking economic opportunities, but as a nation, expressing their national identity and collective will. Even more important, we must revive our own largely forgotten and forbidden sense that we ourselves are a nation, not just a bunch of consumers and bearers of individual rights, and have the right to defend our nation as a nation.Collapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Where is our OIF war song?

Mar. 28th, 2006 | 12:49 pm

There are Joseph Goebbels everywhere in this conflict, all seemingly on the other side and far too many in this country. Propaganda is a powerful weapon which we must use to our advantage. Unfortunately, this Administration has trouble stringing two sentences together in support of its efforts.

One reason we are losing the propaganda war is that this Administration will do anything to keep the economy going and the numbers up. If this country really thought it was fighting a war it had to win, things on the home front would change.

Wars are bad for business. I expect this Administration to verbally tip-toe around the war at every opportunity, leaving only the Goebbels in the crowd to shriek. Trying to protect the American people in this manner will only ensure draconian measures down the road.

textCollapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Space Mountain is the most fun on a Friday night between 11pm and midnight. Nonstop hurl 'n whirl.

Mar. 27th, 2006 | 09:21 pm

Charles Krauthammer takes us for a spin on the Ferris Wheel of Fear, only on his wheel, the nightmare begins when the ride stops. Got those tickets ready?

Today Tehran, Tomorrow the WorldCollapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Inevitable?

Mar. 27th, 2006 | 08:05 pm

Did you know that all Thai restaurants serve Pad Thai, even if it's not on the menu? Just ask for it. Delicious.

This is a slam-dunk that's just a matter of time.



Al Qaeda's nuclear optionCollapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

The Red Planet

Mar. 26th, 2006 | 11:27 pm

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter - Calibration

Wow. Simply wow.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Taxable gift to son or nontaxable donation to Katrina victims via son

Mar. 26th, 2006 | 11:13 pm

Barbara Bush's questionable largesse wouldn't bother me nearly so much if I hadn't seen the pics of Neil cozying up to the UAE creeps and read of their "contributions" to Neil, also. This guy is either the "Billy Bob" of the Bush family, or adopted, or both.

Don't get me wrong. She can give her money to whomever she wants.

Heh.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Whose fault is this?

Mar. 26th, 2006 | 10:28 pm

Quake prediction? Nah. Just scaring the newbies.

When I was first hired in California, I was unanimously elected Emergency Coordinator for our floor. That meant I had the pleasure of going to tedious but sometimes quite graphic and horrifying meetings of the Emergency Management Preparedness Training people. I discovered the newbies (new to California and the whole "quake" thing) were all given such delights.

When the "Big One" hits (inevitable and at any time), lights out for quite a while. And they know it. These people all live with their heads buried in the sand up to their asses. They would MOVE, otherwise.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Libya's 'Idi Amin' in New York

Mar. 26th, 2006 | 10:17 pm

Libya's Gaddafi lectures U.S. on democracy



By Claudia Parsons

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lectured a U.S. audience on democracy on Thursday and said Libya is the only real democracy in the world.
textCollapse )


Sounds like he wants to start his own brand of Islam, while he is changing his name. I'm sure he will find takers in New York.

Heh.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Light 'em up

Mar. 26th, 2006 | 10:06 pm

Even if Abdul Rahman survives his imprisonment and is freed by officials, 7th century Islamic justice will just be administered on the street by any muslim passerby; who will be venerated afterward.

Time for Special Forces to kidnap this guy and get him to the US post-haste.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

A Steyn day

Mar. 26th, 2006 | 09:13 pm

Mark Steyn discusses the folly of inaction and how stability is overrated.

Hey. There's a lesson here that should be applied to Iran. Nah. Back to sleep, paper tiger.



[...]

"Diplomats use "stability" as a fancy term to dignify inertia and complacency as geopolitical sophistication, but the lesson of 9/11 is that "stability" is profoundly unstable. The unreal realpolitik of the previous 40 years had given the region a stability unique in the non-democratic world, and in return they exported their toxins, both as manpower (on 9/11) and as ideology. Instability was as good a strategic objective as any."

[...]




Mark Steyn: Will we stick our necks out for his faith?



[...]

"Karzai is kept alive by a bodyguard of foreigners. The fragile Afghan state is protected by American, British, Canadian, Australian, Italian and other troops, hundreds of whom have died. You cannot ask Americans or Britons to expend blood and treasure to build a society in which a man can be executed for his choice of religion. You cannot tell a Canadian soldier serving in Kandahar that he, as a Christian, must sacrifice his life to create a Muslim state in which his faith is a capital offense."

[...]

I wonder if it wasn't Karzai's bodyguard's disgust that made him start speaking out of the other side of his mouth. Possibly those infidel Christians were just a little less, um, attentive. Jus' sayin'.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Insha Allah!

Mar. 26th, 2006 | 08:53 pm

Britain's jihadis wanted to go the distance. They were just incompetent. It's soft target time in the UK.



"AN ISLAMIST terrorist sold poisoned burgers from a street-corner van and planned to contaminate beer at a football stadium, the Old Bailey was told yesterday."

"The alleged extremist, one of seven on trial for plotting to blow up British targets, was also said to have suggested poisoning takeaway food and sabotaging BT."

"Mr Mahmood, who worked for Transco National Grid, then allegedly gave examples of possible British targets to his accomplices. Some were intended to cause maximum financial damage by hitting utilities or telecommunication plants."

"The court was told that other suggestions included taking a job as a beer-seller at a football stadium, smuggling in poison in a syringe. Babar said Mr Mahmood claimed that he had already sold toxic burgers from a mobile van."

"Another plan was to distribute leaflets for a fictional take-away restaurant, then deliver poisoned food to houses."

[...]


Debbie Schlussel shows what the enterprising jihadi is up to in the US.


Jihadi that killed Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh's missive.


Chapel Hill's jihadi left a letter, too.


Since these incidents are not happening on a daily basis, we shouldn't be worried.

Heh.


Rayra has up a letter by the departing head of the UCI MSU.

Same song, different verse.

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Oh so detailed and oh so correct

Mar. 26th, 2006 | 07:59 pm

Did Russian Ambassador Give Saddam the U.S. War Plan?

Page 2

Jut lovely. What do those phlegmy blue eyes of Putin's tell you now, Bush? Still see that soul?

Link | Leave a comment | Share

In Lenin's category of "The capitalists will sell us the rope with which to hang them."

Mar. 24th, 2006 | 10:00 pm

Found this facinating piece.


textCollapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share

In the "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished" category

Mar. 24th, 2006 | 09:31 pm

Moammar Khadafy considers changing his name to Idi Amin.


textCollapse )

Link | Leave a comment {2} | Share

Another case of "deep pockets", another day

Mar. 24th, 2006 | 09:17 pm

For those who thought the Dubai Port deal was a fluke, this will tickle you silly. Or maybe not.


textCollapse )

The possibility of foreign management of 21 nonmilitary and 2 military ports (the MSM is still hawking 6 even though the facts differ) woke up many people. Bush is still adamant that this will be the case. Not solitary in his decision, he has a few strange bedfellows.

The Dubai Port Deal stunk. Almost everyone could smell it.

Now, there is Hutchison Whampoa Ltd., which the Bush Administration blocked from acquiring part of a US telecommunications company because of security concerns, who is now holder of a no-bid contract to screen for radioactive materials in cargo passing through the Bahamas. Under the contract, no US official would be stationed permanently with the radiation detector. This defies reason and logic.

I especially like the quote, "Money buys a lot of things."

We can only wait to see on which side of the security issue President Bush will fall. Any takers?

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Afghanistan redux?

Mar. 24th, 2006 | 08:41 pm

The Asian Times tells of a storm coming in Afghanistan.


textCollapse )

The Taliban have only changed location, nothing more. When the UN, with their dubious will to intervene, takes over responsibilities in Afghanistan, look for the black turbans to reappear en masse. Murders have been on the increase, unabated by Coalition Forces. Schools are being burned down and teachers beheaded in increasing numbers. We may be able to rebuild the structures, but our war for the hearts and minds of the people is lagging. Threats of torture and murder, not just for yourself, but for every member of your family, just does not equate with electricity, clean water, education and inoculations. What good are the benefits brought by the West, if you are dead?

In our game of whack-a-mole, we look every bit the paper tiger. As in Fallujah, we are destined to pay more than once for ground that we take. From our positions in Afghanistan, our troops can view the rolling stormcloud in the mountains as well as any villager. We should ask ourselves: If we lob a few missles into the midst of that thunderhead, will we finally rid ourselves of UBL? When the fighting heats up again, will we (or even should we) put our lives as squarely on the line for a constitutional government that mandates killing Muslims who convert to Christianity?

It has been said that there are many more women's lives at stake which are worth more than one Christian. Who would you defend - half the population who are Muslim and agree that a Muslim convert must be killed, or the Christian?

Link | Leave a comment | Share

Islam, a noble and peaceful religion

Mar. 23rd, 2006 | 12:48 am

Perfumed Garden
by Abu Nuwas

O the joy of sodomy!
So now be sodomites, you Arabs.
Turn not away from it--
therein is wondrous pleasure.
Take some coy lad with kiss-curls
twisting on his temple
and ride as he stands like some gazelle
standing to her mate.
A lad whom all can see girt with sword
and belt not like your whore who has
to go veiled.
Make for smooth-faced boys and do your
very best to mount them, for women are
the mounts of the devils

Link | Leave a comment {6} | Share

"Houston, we have a problem..."

Mar. 23rd, 2006 | 12:23 am

EuroPundits describes part of the problem.

Does he name it? No.

Are we finding solutions to it? No.

Are we losing?




THE PARASITIC MINDSET

By NELSON ASCHER

[...]

Now, the mindset born from that kind of parasitism has basically spread to everything else. Whatever we create they exploit: from cars and planes to democracy and political correctness, from public transportation to explosives and the UN, from open borders to the internet and investment banking. Whatever is good for us can eventually be even better for them and, thus, very bad for us. I cannot think of anything in our civilization right now that is not potentially double-edged.

So, what can we do? If we want to win the war, first we have to disable the enemy’s defenses. Trouble is: they are our own, we created and developed them, though most f the time with very different goals in mind. In a quite perverse way, our worst enemy today is our own creativity and resourcefulness. Should we stop creating or inventing things because they can be used against us? Not at all, because that’s also our main advantage. But, to begin with, we have to keep in mind that whatever we do, think, plan or create may have more functions, can be used to different ends than those for which they were originally intended.

An airliner isn’t anymore a vehicle for taking people from one place to another. In parasitic and/or opportunistic hands it is a weapon for mass murder. It has always been so, though only potentially. That was, however, before we were confronted by a mindset able to systematically benefit from our ideas. The keyword here is “systematically”. Thus, the systematical character of that mindset can only be defeated by a mindset that is even more systematic and comprehensive. Imagine the following: every medicine has its undesired side effects. We take this as something as unfortunate as unavoidable. But there are people out there for whom the true, the real, the main function of any medicine is precisely its evil side effect. They take a look at the instructions that come, say, with an antiviral drug, go directly to the side effects section of it asking themselves how can they make that stuff even more harmful and dangerous.

Let me stress this again: we are not dealing with irrational or dumb but sometimes lucky people. We’re dealing with a very intelligent foe whose mindset we haven’t yet fully began to appreciate. And, besides being at war, we’re also competing with them. They are quick minded and so we have to be even quicker. Unfortunately, they are the ones who are acting, while we are but reacting to them.

Link | Leave a comment {2} | Share

YAH'SHUA alert

Mar. 22nd, 2006 | 09:50 pm

1. The True Origin of 'Allah': The Archaeological Record Speaks

Allah - The moongod of the Bible? If so, he's been around a long, long time.



[...]

"The archaeological evidence demonstrates that the dominant religion in Arabia was the cult of the moon-god. The Old Testament consistenly rebuked the worship of the moon-god (e.g. Dt.4:19; 17:3; 2 Ki.21:3,5; 23:5; Jer.8:2; 19:13; Zeph.1:5). When Israel fell into idolatry, it was usually to the cult of the moon-god. In Old Testament times, Nabonidus (555-539 BC), the last King of Babylon, built Tayma, Arabia, as a centre od moon-god worship. Segall stated: "South Arabia's stellar religion has always been dominated by the Moon-god in various variations" (Berta Segall, The Iconography of Cosmic Kingship, the Art Bulletin, vol.xxxviii, 1956, p.77). Many scholars have also noticed that the moon-god's name, Sín, is a part of such Arabic words as "Sinai", the "wilderness of Sîn", and so forth."

"When the popularity of the moon-god waned elsewhere, the Arabs remained true to their conviction that the moon-god was the greatest of all gods. While they worshipped 360 gods at the Kabah in Mecca, the moon-god was the chief deity. Mecca was in fact built as a shrine for the moon-god. This is what made it the most sacred site of Arabian paganism."

[...]

Link | Leave a comment {4} | Share

New York - 1, Coyote - 0

Mar. 22nd, 2006 | 09:15 pm

He would have eventually gotten lonely living in Central Park.

Geraldo showed Wily after he had been caught. He looked none the worse for wear in his cage. Hopefully he will stay far away from humans in his new home. Those Central Park fowl must have looked awful good.



textCollapse )

Link | Leave a comment | Share