Why? I'm not going to post a link to something that would damage
someone's computer. This is not a hacker/cracker group and if
you have been on The Interweb long enough, you should have an
updated and protected computer anyway. GEEZ! It's so simple to
block nefarious content that I don't even think about it anymore.
It's the animated .gif of someone killing/maiming a squirrel with a colander
and several lengths of surgical tubing. The squirrel goes into the
collander, and is then lauched high and far, likely suffering broken bones
and internal injuries which cause it's death after much suffering.
It's probably really funny if you are 14, or a sociopath.
It's a repost of what was a series on squirrel control. Funny if you're
into that kind of thing. I have no idea whether this one would have
really hurt a squirrel or not, and I don't care. I have to bicycle
around too many stupid squirrels that got themselves squashed by car
tires, especially this wet spring.
I'm not talking about those wimpy little flying rats, these are
big old grays that carry switchblades! We live near a bird sanctuary
where there are a lot of owls and I saw one of these squirrels
knock the crap out of one of those owls. I thought it was a funny
On Sat, 03 Apr 2010 23:25:42 -0500, The Daring Dufas
I understand. Out here in the west "tree rats" jump onto the house and
eat many things in sight -- in the attic. Some folks thought they
were squirrels. In fact they are tree rats, and have caused plenty of
damage to homes.
Not squirrels, RATS!!
I doubt the squirrel is injured, I've seen those critters do
some incredible acrobatics. A squirrel is quite light and will
land on its feet from great heights much better than a house
cat. I would bet the squirrel liked it and came back for more.
Good grief! What makes you think the critter was injured? I
don't remember if I've had any before but around these parts,
squirrels are considered a delicacy. Hummmm, what was that
stuff I liked so much at the Chinese restaurant?
All it takes is a home "in the woods" with an unlimited supply of
squirrels, combined with a bird feeder and sunflower seeds. They
were cleaning me out. The solution evolved, but ended up being a
130# Rotadore (Lab/Rot) dog with a fondness for warm squirrel, a
favorite window, a .177cal air rifle with target pellets, a 10X
scope sighted in and a TV camera looking at the feeder. When
Mr/Mrs Squirrel would come calling, daily, a head shot with the
pellet rifle would drop them from the feeder. The sound of the
rifle's mild report brought the dog on the run, giving her a
little appetizer. She'd eat what she wanted, lick up any blood
and would bury the rest out in the boondocks.
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