Sunday, July 30, 2006

Today's nature post

White Trash Republican was out with her camera and caught a picture of the Shrieking Moonbat (nullbrainus asshatus).

Once rare (they were hunted almost to extinction during the Second World War) they have made a strong comeback since the late 1960's. They are found mostly in large urban centers and have an affinity for college campuses.

Alone they are harmless, although their obnoxious vocalizations are very annoying. However in large numbers they can be extremely dangerous.