Saturday January 14, 2012
I apologize if that stupid song is now stuck in your head for the rest of the day.
I didn’t get any tune or music, just what sounded like a parent talking to his kid.
Three good intelligent animal videos here:
Hey, Bobbo never heard of Cindy Lauper and her song Girl’s Just Want To Have Fun?
Now you’ve done it. Happy Dreams!
Thank you podcast. Its all context isn’t it? Tunes don’t run through my head just on saying their name and the point of a video is that it has sound/music quite often.
In truth: my bad. Helps me to maintain my 50% wrong batting average.
Personally–I like that song very much as it is one of the few songs that girls ought to like and sing and try to live up to regardless of their age. And for boys==who doesn’t want to be with a girl who wants to have fun?
Looks like an electrical insulator to me. Larger than a condom.
Ha, ha. Hung Like a horse assumes thats a good thing I suppose? PeaPod==is there anything your aren’t superlative at? High on a ridge in New Jersey!==How smart will you say you are when you are struck by lightning, have a fire take out your home, or have a bear attack? There is a cleverness in cherry picking facts to find yourself intelligent, even more intelligent than your fellow hominids===or you might just be a bird sliding down a roof on a used condom.
Man, you can make a debate at dawn with pistols at thirty paces sound boring.
At first it might seem the bird is quite clever but that little rubber disc looks suspiciously like a used condom.
I think the bird is crow sized which suggests that the ring/wheel is not a used condom unless it belonged to someone rather remarkable.
She-it. Remarkable my ass. That’s a crow and that would be a huge condom.
I’se hung like a fuckin’ horse and I’d've a hard time filling that tube sock, know what I mean…
I wonder if the bird discovered sledding on its own or saw some kids doing it and went looking for a sled.
We had a Quaker Parrot for 4 years, birds are really smart. We gave him away, because my daughter lost interest in him and him sitting on top of my monitor staring at me doesn’t work, they do their business, wherever they are. They’re just below dogs in devotion and maybe above them in intelligence.
Basically this makes birds (some anyway) tool users. Which I don’t believe was ever thought to be within their bag of tricks, before. There’s even a species of fresh water fish, that finds a fallen tree leaf, and uses it as floating camouflage from predator birds. That technically also makes it a tool users. Taking something it finds, and adapting it to another use. Like this bird using a juice bottle cap to hotdog down an icy roof top. Maybe reincarnation isn’t such a far fetched idea, after all.
Here’s an even better one of a crow “fashioning” a wire as a tool.
Let’s see evolutionists explain crows learning how to adapt man-made objects (like wire) in less than 5 thousand years of human ingenuity (to make wire). That’s pretty damn fast, when they usually explain it takes a million years for anything significant to change in a species. Anything that isn’t a degenerative mutation, that is.
It appears the animal kingdom is catching up with us humans, faster than we might like. At this rate, in a few more centuries, they might demand, “a piece of our action”.
Gee Glenn==your depth of scientific/logical basics is astounding. How about this: crows have had the intelligence to use grass and wire as tools for 1000′s of years but had to wait for wire to be invented to demonstrate that application of already present intelligence.
We’ll tackle global warming when its fairly raised.
Active test of whether or not bird brains can demonstrate learning.
Perhaps the sliding disk was a beverage “coaster.”
I suspect that a bird would find sliding down a tin roof on an object kind of boring compared to flight.
It seems intent on opening the object. The sliding is unintentional like it is in winter driving.
That’s why it happens “Time after time.”
Smart bird.Get that kid to a doctor,bird flu perhaps.nuk yuk
Oh, for Christ sakes, stop anthropomorphising that animal. It’s trying to get into that container, and it steps on it to try to keep it still. The sliding is just because it slipped from it’s perch on the roof.
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