Tuesday, April 19, 2016

P is for People...

Ok, yes, this will date me, but I keep wondering if they should have made a Mutual of Omaha's "Wild Kingdom" about humans.

Explaining the rash outbursts, displays of power, the amazing plumage, mating rituals and how they vary by location, (or not).  Show the tool using capabilities, and how it might help the creature survive.

Jim Fowler could dart one of the herd, and tag and collar it to track its movements.

Or, you know, just give it a hacked cell phone...

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For my regular readers, I apologize for not writing much "personal" stuff, I have written most of the A to Z blogs ahead of time.  I am hoping to catch up on everyone's blog on Tuesday, if all goes well, (blog binging?), so I can see what everyone else is doing.  Mostly, I have been on the go, and not near a computer all that much.  (I even have a newsletter that I need to get out, aaaaand, well, I have to actually park tooshy and do it, if it's to get out... eep.)



6 comments:

  1. Loved it. I agree. humans can be animals and Wild Kingdom should've considered that.https://mhsusannematthews.wordpress.com/

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  2. I'd pay money to watch that episode of "Wild Kingdom". It would have to be a really long episode as humans have so many sub-species. Hope things settle down a bit for you. I understand what it's like to have more pressing matters than blogging.

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  3. I remember Wild Kingdom and never saw anything to compare to the foibles and weird practices of human beings.

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  4. Have you ever watched Naked and Afraid? Is pretty wild kingdomy. ;/

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  5. Good luck on the newsletter, and yes, the human is about the weirdest critter around!

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  6. LOL I remember Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom! I think it came on right after the Wonderful World of Disney. I wonder what Jim Fowler would have thought about some of the species of humans around today, especially the teen-aged ones. Just set him loose in a mall with his trank gun.
    Carol at My Writing Journal

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