Discussion in 'Issues Around the World' started by Ugly, Jan 16, 2003.
Ugly's plan to rule the world begins to take shape here.:happy:
What a WONDERFUL story!!!
hahah sounds like those "Magellannic" penguins are determined to live up to their namesake in terms of time spent at sea...
either that, or Ugly has a plan to infiltrate the world with 6 Richard Simmons exercise gurus at once rofl
You know, on that MTv show, Cribs, they had Mr. Las Vegas - Wayne Newton - on, and they showed his 'crib', which in actuality is the biggest Mansion with a huge ZOO all around the property, many animals roaming about freely, and he's even got PENGUINS.
If you had seen them - they were like little kids, all clamoring to get some attention from Wayne and his wife. They were so cute, and so SOCIAL! I want one now
They're obviously in training for the big breakout! :nut:
heh, a BBC story about this, hints that the bizarre behavior should probably end soon... why you ask? well why would you think!
<I>Ms Tollini thinks there may be a return to the old routine next month, when the onset of the breeding season may lure the birds back to their burrows.
<A HREF="http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/2668401.stm">had to edit and HTML link the article since the message board wouldnt linkify it automatically</A>
I wonder if the change in geography of the 6 new birds somehow triggered the migration urge and that is why they're swimming all day long.
Could be, but why did the others join them?
I gotsa go see 'em before they stop! (I once almost ran over a penguin on a motorcycle, but that's another story...)
You did WHAT?
G_d man, how? :friggin:
They're common in Uruguay in winter. I happened to be riding a dirt bike with a friend on the beach. We thought it was a rock. Fortunately, it got up and dashed into the water when we got close.
Uh good. Thanks for the details. Likely a dim bird.
Well, everyone was focused on Iraq and the US, when the real threat to civilization was really here. I guess the civilized world might as well surrender now.