Reflection (Page 2)
alexgal9999999: Not much meat
On this little body
Spring for a rotisserie
I love it on fresh roll
Tasty Cheese and good
And shallots...oh man🥖🍋🥑🍍🍅🍐🍊🍎🍇🍑🌶🥒
chronology: Good grief. Outside on the grass at the back of my flat there is a pile of feathers. I feed the birds everyday, but now and then a bird get's unwary and does not notice the cat who sneaks under the bush below the bird feeder. The bird, usually a pigeon, flaps down to eat the seed that spills onto the grass below, and then, Wham! the cat has him. It's just natures way. Birds eat seeds, cats eat birds, the world goes around.
ghostgeek: I read in the papers that they're putting meat in vegetarian products. Next they'll be telling us that some cur is putting nuts in burger patties.
Hey, hold on a minute, I think they're already doing it:
Burger Battle: Cattle Ranchers Challenge Surging Popularity Of 'Impossible'-Style Vegetarian Patties
[ http://www.capradio.org/articles/2018/05/30/burger-battle-cattle-ranchers-challenge-surging-popularity-of-impossible-style-vegetarian-patties/ ]
ghostgeek: The next thing will be the price of nuts going skywards. Meateaters, keep your mitts off the nuts.
ghostgeek: It's always sad to see a pile of feathers, even though pigeons make such a racket when dancing on the roof.
chronology: Just natures way, ghost Old Chap. When animals get sick, or when they do not pay attention to their surroundings, they soon end up on the menu. A little like some people.
ghostgeek: As with most things in the modern world, taking a robust approach with cats is likely to get you into trouble.
chronology: I will protect the cats. I will station Ed 209 from the first Robocop Movie to protect them.
Makes you wonder when the Pentagon will ever get round to production of Ed 209. Ed would certainly take care of ISIS and without any American casualties. In the meantime, Ed can protect the cats from you two.
chronology: Ed 209 will protect the cats from the kitty kidnappers. 'This is Private Property, you have 1 minute to leave or deadly force will be used' . Ed will say. He can also say that in Arabic or any language you want.
ghostgeek: Shame "Ed" can't be programmed to tell the cats to take a hike. Seems there's one language your collection of nuts and bolts doesn't know.
ghostgeek: Is it true? Is the UK really running out of carbon dioxide?
A carbon dioxide (CO2) shortage has led to fears of disruption to food and fizzy drink supplies in the UK.
Beer, fizzy drinks and meat producers have all warned of possible shortages and The British Poultry Council (BPC) has asked the Government and gas producers to give them priority over supplies to “keep the food chain moving”. Trade journal Gas World said the shortage had been described as the “worst supply situation to hit the European carbon dioxide (CO2) business in decades”.
[ https://www.newscientist.com/article/2172414-why-is-the-uk-running-out-of-co2-and-what-will-it-mean/ ]
ghostgeek: You might think that squirrels are kind of cute but not everybody is likely to agree with you:
German police have come to the rescue of a man being chased by a baby squirrel.
Officers in the south-western city of Karlsruhe responded to the call for help and arrived to see the creature still terrorising the caller.
The squirrel was taken into custody after it abruptly fell asleep.
[ https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-45150298 ]
Yes, those pesky critters have form. In July last year, New York authorities warned Prospect Park visitors to avoid an "unusually aggressive" squirrel who attacked five people in the space of one week. And a three-year-old boy in Cornwall was left covered in blood the previous year after being bitten by a pack of six squirrels.
tattyteresa01: my humbled opinion ,,,my point of view ,mankind ,are destroying the enviroment ,,by greedy developers ,out to ,make money ,trees ,are being erase ,poor animals are starving ,therefore ,they attack humans ,ty for sharing .