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(12-06-2017, 07:28 PM)Jenkins! Wrote:
(12-04-2017, 06:33 PM)Aquarius Wrote:
(12-04-2017, 06:23 PM)Jenkins! NLI Wrote: Rescued a young bat today.He was trapped in a large steel bin and apparently couldn't find his way out.He wasn't very happy but he let me help him.I put him in a dark box with towels and an opening so he can get out when he's ready.Ill check on him in the morning.

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Good for you, Jenkins.
Bats are becoming an endangered species! ... And they are ecologically very important!

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Bad news..He didn't make it but,I did my part I guess.

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Chuckle Too bad...

Reminds me of a family of mice I kinda found...

About two months ago I found a dead mouse on the garage floor. No big deal, found many before, just scooped it up into the trash.

Then a few days later I found a baby mouse alive near where I found the big dead one. So I put it in a shoe box with some napkins for warmth and some milk and crackers. Turns out it was too young to eat or drink on its own and died a day or two later.

Then later that same day I found two more babies alive in about the same spot. I already had looked around the walls a bit for a nest when I found the 1st baby, but no luck. Thinking where the hell are they coming from, because I was out there for awhile and one minute they weren't there then I turn around and there are two near me. Scratchinghead So I look up and sure enough there is a baby mouse sticking its head out of some insulation I had in the rafters. They were dropping on to the pavement from about 9 feet and surviving Chuckle

Well the one with its head sticking out saw me reaching up for it and ran back in to the insulation. Another one cowabunged down and I caught it on some card board, a couple more went plop that I missed. There were I think 7 all together. They all died one after another over the next few days. The last two I tried to force milk with an eyedropper, but to no avail. After I brought the insulation out to the trash the next day I found 1 more froze at the bottom, I think the one that ran back...

I did my part I guess. 1dunno1
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“Make happy those who are near, and those who are far will come.” ~ Chinese Proverb
"Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates
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(12-06-2017, 07:28 PM)Jenkins! Wrote:
(12-04-2017, 06:33 PM)Aquarius Wrote:
(12-04-2017, 06:23 PM)Jenkins! NLI Wrote: Rescued a young bat today.He was trapped in a large steel bin and apparently couldn't find his way out.He wasn't very happy but he let me help him.I put him in a dark box with towels and an opening so he can get out when he's ready.Ill check on him in the morning.

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Good for you, Jenkins.
Bats are becoming an endangered species! ... And they are ecologically very important!

Drinks

Bad news..He didn't make it but,I did my part I guess.

Thumbs_down-1011

You did your best, Jenkins. Cheers
"Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates
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How come there are no pinned threads about Trump being Israels bitch?  
I liked Trump.
But this was the last straw.
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The swimming hole is polluted. It use to be clear, sparkling water from a high mountain spring but not anymore. Folks have been urinating at its source for far to long. The locals wonder if it is even possible to bring it back into pristine condition or even just a healthy, viable state. The cure itself could be harmful. Oh my! Will they still try? The polluting started generations ago. The locals knew but said nothing. Too many snags. It could have easily been halted and reversed then. The urinating went on unabated. Some stepped forward but were mis-understood as anti-pissers. None would join them. The contamination increased. Over the years, the many swimmers there in continually caught a dose of something but kept silent. They did not wish to appear as neanderthal, unsophisticated and weak. The waters continued to take on an odor.
They scratch their heads and blink. More and more gathered round, scratching and blinking. There were enough of them now. Safety in numbers they figured and pounced. Signs now are everywhere. No pissing here and no pissing there. In time the waters cleared but it was too late. No one could remember how to swim.
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Have you ever wondered why they are still called "glasses" when they are now made out of plastic?

Should we now call them "plastics"?

Scratchinghead
"Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates
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(09-21-2017, 02:34 PM)Mmmkay Ultra Wrote: It will be funny if Puerto Rico becomes the worlds first wireless power grid.
popnana

I was sort of close...

http://money.cnn.com/2017/10/05/news/eco...index.html
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Crap..my post made the power go out.
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Where is my coffee cup?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-_VkzdNok4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdQXLxr0P0A
“Courage is the first of human qualities because it is the quality which guarantees the others.”
― Aristotle
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