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Traitors! Traitors in the squirrel war!

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Alert reader wolfblade warned me that some people are beginning to make plate mail armor for squirrels. Yes. You read (or saw) that correctly. Plate mail armor. For squirrels. About the only positive note here: I'm rather hoping that $60 is beyond the average budget for a squirrel.

On a considerably more reassuring note, hummingwolf notes that you -- yes, you -- can now purchase dehydrated squirrel meat over the internet, and, best of all, it's certified "rabies free." (Yet another activity that I was unaware the federal government engaged in: rabies free certification.) The tagline perhaps describes it best: "Dehydrated squirrels so you can spend more time at home and less time hunting," immediately and correctly identifying the problematic scheduling needs of the modern hunter.

Meanwhile, squirrels are trying to ruin Christmas for the good people of Milwaukee. Or trying to raise the city's budget with the alarming line item of "squirrel damage."

And finally, fizzgig_bites wants you to be aware of the the effects of toxic waste on squirrels. I told you the paranoia is justified.

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