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Monday, October 27, 2008

For Animal Lovers.....

The Old Woman is sick. I don't have any ideas for posts. The politics, economy, etc.. are sickening and I don't have anything more to say on these subjects. Nothing printable, anyway. Old Worried would have my scalp if I published what I really think.

I've been prowling through her various blogs. She has a shit pot full of them on all sorts of subjects. It's like touring a museum. I'm posting a great picture from one, a welcome break from all the news crap recently. I like it. Click on photo for enlargement.

She has it titled "Serengeti Madonna".


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Blogger The Future Was Yesterday said...

I'm sorry to hear of Worried's sickness. The current cluster duck is enough to make anybody sick.

I've loved the National Geographic documentaries about animals since I was a child. Dad used to tell us we were going to a movie. NG specials were ran in theaters for free back then. We'd pop up a huge bag of popcorn (you could take it in with you then), and us kids would sit on the edge of our seats, with eyes the size of silver dollars!:) It was the biggest of treats! To this day, I'm spellbound by their specials on TV.

Friday, October 31, 2008 12:33:00 AM

Gadfly: Family movie going wasn't a part of my life growing up and the only National Geographics I ever saw back then were the mags that had photos of nude natives in them. But I discovered Ntl Geo as an adult and in later years enjoyed the documentaries. I like critters of the world. It's a damned shame we're killing off so many of them. The Old Woman is an animal lover and is partial to cheetahs. She has lots of photos of them, more than the other big cats. Unlike lions, Cheetahs are single moms and bear the burden of cub rearing alone. Lots of human single moms can relate to that.


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Blogger Granny said...

Hey there WA. Get better soon.

Friday, October 31, 2008 2:30:00 AM


Gadfly: Thanks Granny. I'll tell her, or she might check the blogs later.Delete

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  • At Friday, October 31, 2008 12:33:00 AM , Blogger The Future Was Yesterday said...

    I'm sorry to hear of Worried's sickness. The current cluster duck is enough to make anybody sick.

    I've loved the National Geographic documentaries about animals since I was a child. Dad used to tell us we were going to a movie. NG specials were ran in theaters for free back then. We'd pop up a huge bag of popcorn (you could take it in with you then), and us kids would sit on the edge of our seats, with eyes the size of silver dollars!:) It was the biggest of treats! To this day, I'm spellbound by their specials on TV.

     
  • At Friday, October 31, 2008 2:30:00 AM , Blogger Granny said...

    Hey there WA. Get better soon.

     

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