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Stu on endangered birds

October 15th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Millicent has an excellent question for Stu Cranstence. Stu, who is an authority on endangered birds, enlightens us all with his vast pool of knowledge.

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  1. Bill
    October 19th, 2009 at 10:01 | #1

    Does the name Alfred Hitchcock ring a distant bell with you Stu?

  2. stu Cranstence
    October 16th, 2009 at 22:50 | #2

    To Kate,
    All right. If you insist, I will say three nice things about women (believe me I know women. I’m married to one). First of all when they stay out of the perimeter (can you imagine if one got into the perimeter?). Second, what if one got into the perimeter WHILE I was making a finding! Third, they should NEVER go through my boxes of findings and throw them out!
    Now, can I PLEASE get back to my studies?
    Ps. Ron:I found some (twelve) boxes of things in my yard. I think they are findings but it might be trash. I can’t tell. I’ll drop them off at your place to be safe. Be careful when you lift them. They’re heavy and the bottoms are soggy.
    Stu Cranstence

  3. Kate
    October 16th, 2009 at 14:15 | #3

    Oh, Stu, Stu, you’ve done it again. Here’s Millicent with a splendid question, and you find a way to slam all women. I still think it’s fear. You FEAR us. Come on! Think of three nice things you can say about women. Three nice things–it’s easy. Go ahead–I dare you!

  4. stu Cranstence
    October 16th, 2009 at 09:28 | #4

    Should you be especially afraid of extinct birds? Yes. These birds are particularly vicious because they always follow their extincts. Also, like albinos, they have no soul. They can only obey their extincts even to the point of chewing off their own heads ( I have observed this phenomenon when no one else was around-MY finding). Stu Cranstence

  5. Bill
    October 16th, 2009 at 07:25 | #5

    I think I might have stepped in Stu’s vast pool of “knowledge”.

  6. Candy R. Quintero
    October 16th, 2009 at 04:36 | #6

    I will be sure to be on the watch for endangered birds. Should I be especially afraid of extinct birds?

  7. dave kennedy
    October 15th, 2009 at 21:18 | #7

    I really honor and admire Millicent for her gumption to ask such a poignant question of a rogue outdoorsman the likes of Stu. It really takes a lot of courage, I know cause I went dry mouth when I had the chance.

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