Crows are tool-users. The tools that they use aren’t as complex as the ones we use; on the other hand, they seldom put out an eye or cut off a toe with their tools. Crows, by proportion, have brains the size of those of chimpanzees. This means that if a crow were the size of […]Read More I Will Sheryl Facts About Crows
[This one was written years ago. I hope you like it or that it at least doesn’t enrage you] The Racine Complicity of the Snowy OwlRead More A Snowy Owl is the Worst Kind of Fowl
The person you should really be competing with is yourself… because, when competing with others, you are horribly outclassed… I tried to explore my own sexuality but ended up finding a sea route to the West Indies. I decided to keep trying to explore my sexuality but law enforcement on that island has little patience […]Read More Grandiose Thoughts that, in the End, Mean Nothing
[Granted, condors are in danger of extinction. But, which is more beneficial to us: The condor or the french fry? I delve into this question in the stunning expose below] Condors have a six foot wing span. French fries don’t have a wing span at all. Which is going to be easier to get through […]Read More Save the Condor? Save the French Fry!
I was reading Lismore Paper recently… she has many beautiful illustrations, by the way… and I saw an image of a hummingbird. I thought I’d published my essay on hummingbirds already but, as it was when I was married, I was WRONG. So… The Zestful Whimsy of the HummingbirdRead More Oh Yeah, It’s Hummingbirds All the Way Down
Deb Whittam, possibly in jest, or maybe overcome by the Australian heat, recommended that I write something on seagulls. And, although it isn’t exactly in the shape I wanted it to be, I’m going to post it and maybe polish it more later. And, with that build up, I give you… The Plebeian Discordance […]Read More Seagulls
When you see a robin, you know that spring is on its way… just like when you see your grandmother grabbing her car keys, you know that a big car accident is about to happen. There are other ways of determining if spring is near: Use a calendar, ask a friend… I hear the internet […]Read More The Harbinger of Spring