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Seer777
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Treron vernans

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This is the pink-necked green pigeon (Treron vernans)
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Pretty...

Reminds me of aether's story earlier today of the pigeon missing the branch.

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Treron vernans

[link to sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net]
This is the pink-necked green pigeon (Treron vernans)
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Wow. They may be nice to have around if they looked like that always.
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For what its worth I've noticed the same thing... actually not the worst I can remember though. hmm
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Noticing the same?

You mean being cold or something else?

hmm
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:)

The being cold part.
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Treron vernans

[link to sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net]
This is the pink-necked green pigeon (Treron vernans)
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

 Quoting: SeaPunk


Wow. They may be nice to have around if they looked like that always.
 Quoting: TRIXER


Strange story perhaps to break the monotony...

Several years ago I was out on my front porch in the early morning. Suddenly out of the corner of my eye, I saw some movement in the grass.

I looked over to see a pigeon unlike any I had even seen before hopping toward me. Being under the assumption that birds fear people and will not approach them, I watched curiously as this bird hopped closer and closer to me.

Without taking much notice of me it then jumped up the the few steps to my front door and went into my house through the door I had left partially open.

I was so shocked I wasn't quite sure how to react so I followed it in.

It had led itself under the coffee table and was just sitting there.

The pigeon was very pretty and I got the distinctive impression it was scared and perhaps 'lost'.

I then went and got the cat carrier out of the garage and put it inside.

After a bit of marveling at the events, I packed up the bird and drove it to the raptor bird sanctuary in my city.

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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maybe you are getting super duper old and cant handle the cold

hey im that way

thats why I live in Florida

good weather here not chilling to the bone and lock you up in the house for months having cabin fever..

and to top it off getting knocked up cause you are locked up in the house

just saying..

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put your fricking walnut jacket on dang it!
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Treron vernans

[link to sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net]
This is the pink-necked green pigeon (Treron vernans)
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

 Quoting: SeaPunk


Pretty...

Reminds me of aether's story earlier today of the pigeon missing the branch.

tounge
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the mix of surprise and indignation it`s personality conveyed was a marvel to witness rofl
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Treron vernans

[link to sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net]
This is the pink-necked green pigeon (Treron vernans)
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

 Quoting: SeaPunk


Wow. They may be nice to have around if they looked like that always.
 Quoting: TRIXER


Strange story perhaps to break the monotony...

Several years ago I was out on my front porch in the early morning. Suddenly out of the corner of my eye, I saw some movement in the grass.

I looked over to see a pigeon unlike any I had even seen before hopping toward me. Being under the assumption that birds fear people and will not approach them, I watched curiously as this bird hopped closer and closer to me.

Without taking much notice of me it then jumped up the the few steps to my front door and went into my house through the door I had left partially open.

I was so shocked I wasn't quite sure how to react so I followed it in.

It had led itself under the coffee table and was just sitting there.

The pigeon was very pretty and I got the distinctive impression it was scared and perhaps 'lost'.

I then went and got the cat carrier out of the garage and put it inside.

After a bit of marveling at the events, I packed up the bird and drove it to the raptor bird sanctuary in my city.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Wow. Do you ever feel like animals are drawn to you?

I had to double check if that bird was real. It is beautiful.

If we supprised london one day... like the folgers switch.
We have replaced your normal pogeon with a much more colorful version. I bet everyone would be happier.
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For what its worth I've noticed the same thing... actually not the worst I can remember though. hmm
 Quoting: pi


Noticing the same?

You mean being cold or something else?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


:)

The being cold part.
 Quoting: pi


:hug2:
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Strange story perhaps to break the monotony...

Several years ago I was out on my front porch in the early morning. Suddenly out of the corner of my eye, I saw some movement in the grass.

I looked over to see a pigeon unlike any I had even seen before hopping toward me. Being under the assumption that birds fear people and will not approach them, I watched curiously as this bird hopped closer and closer to me.

Without taking much notice of me it then jumped up the the few steps to my front door and went into my house through the door I had left partially open.

I was so shocked I wasn't quite sure how to react so I followed it in.

It had led itself under the coffee table and was just sitting there.

The pigeon was very pretty and I got the distinctive impression it was scared and perhaps 'lost'.

I then went and got the cat carrier out of the garage and put it inside.

After a bit of marveling at the events, I packed up the bird and drove it to the raptor bird sanctuary in my city.

:)
 Quoting: TRIXER


Wow. Do you ever feel like animals are drawn to you?

I had to double check if that bird was real. It is beautiful.

If we supprised london one day... like the folgers switch.
We have replaced your normal pogeon with a much more colorful version. I bet everyone would be happier.
 Quoting: Seer777


Yes.

There was also a dog from a few blocks over who would on occasion, get out of it's yard.

It came to my house thrice over the year.

I think it's name was Grover. I called the owners and they would come pick him up, not needing directions after the second time.

I remember he smelled bad..

tounge


There was something else as well, but I can't remember.

hmm
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Wow. Do you ever feel like animals are drawn to you?

I had to double check if that bird was real. It is beautiful.

If we supprised london one day... like the folgers switch.
We have replaced your normal pogeon with a much more colorful version. I bet everyone would be happier.
 Quoting: TRIXER


haha
that is sweet thinking /z\
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Yes.

There was also a dog from a few blocks over who would on occasion, get out of it's yard.

It came to my house thrice over the year.

I think it's name was Grover. I called the owners and they would come pick him up, not needing directions after the second time.

I remember he smelled bad..

tounge


There was something else as well, but I can't remember.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


feels smaller like and insect or lizard
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Strange story perhaps to break the monotony...

Several years ago I was out on my front porch in the early morning. Suddenly out of the corner of my eye, I saw some movement in the grass.

I looked over to see a pigeon unlike any I had even seen before hopping toward me. Being under the assumption that birds fear people and will not approach them, I watched curiously as this bird hopped closer and closer to me.

Without taking much notice of me it then jumped up the the few steps to my front door and went into my house through the door I had left partially open.

I was so shocked I wasn't quite sure how to react so I followed it in.

It had led itself under the coffee table and was just sitting there.

The pigeon was very pretty and I got the distinctive impression it was scared and perhaps 'lost'.

I then went and got the cat carrier out of the garage and put it inside.

After a bit of marveling at the events, I packed up the bird and drove it to the raptor bird sanctuary in my city.

:)
 Quoting: TRIXER


Wow. Do you ever feel like animals are drawn to you?

I had to double check if that bird was real. It is beautiful.

If we supprised london one day... like the folgers switch.
We have replaced your normal pogeon with a much more colorful version. I bet everyone would be happier.
 Quoting: Seer777


Yes.

There was also a dog from a few blocks over who would on occasion, get out of it's yard.

It came to my house thrice over the year.

I think it's name was Grover. I called the owners and they would come pick him up, not needing directions after the second time.

I remember he smelled bad..

tounge


There was something else as well, but I can't remember.

hmm
 Quoting: TRIXER


hmm
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Yes.

There was also a dog from a few blocks over who would on occasion, get out of it's yard.

It came to my house thrice over the year.

I think it's name was Grover. I called the owners and they would come pick him up, not needing directions after the second time.

I remember he smelled bad..

tounge


There was something else as well, but I can't remember.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


feels smaller like and insect or lizard
 Quoting: aether


Lol...

I remembered. It was a cat. It sat on my porch for a week and would attempt to sneak in if I opened the door. I searched Craigslist lost and found and local 'missing' posters, but was unable to locate who it belonged to.

Eventually it left.


I did save a mantis once. It was deep Summer and very hot. I was in a field and saw the mantis on a piece of brown grass. I am not sure why now, but I decided to take it home with me.

I placed it on a passion flower bush we had in the shade and went to sink for some water.

Using my finger, I placed a large drop of water right next to it. To my amazement the mantis went right for the drop of water and sucked up the entire drop.

I returned a few hours later and it was gone.

DragonMantis

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hf
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aether, your thoughts on the Black Night Satellite.

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Wow watermelon Art !!

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aether, your thoughts on the Black Night Satellite.

grinning
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...

[link to www.gematrix.org]

embarrasse

Sorry, couldn't resist...
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aether, your thoughts on the Black Night Satellite.

grinning
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no thoughts really
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hf
 Quoting: TRIXER


communicative intuition with animals was normal in our previous era`s so possessing the notion today is natural
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aether, your thoughts on the Black Night Satellite.

grinning
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no thoughts really
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Not even something that goes thunk in the night?
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hf
 Quoting: TRIXER


communicative intuition with animals was normal in our previous era`s so possessing the notion today is natural
 Quoting: aether


it`s likely the origin of shamanism

oh
clever trixter
shamanism is a similar expression of golden ageism which is arising again within many

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aether, your thoughts on the Black Night Satellite.

grinning
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no thoughts really
 Quoting: aether


Not even something that goes thunk in the night?
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hey dion
no signal that prompts attention tounge
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aether, your thoughts on the Black Night Satellite.

grinning
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no thoughts really
 Quoting: aether


Not even something that goes thunk in the night?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


hey dion
no signal that prompts attention tounge
 Quoting: aether


which could mean i`m the last to know lmao
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no thoughts really
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Not even something that goes thunk in the night?
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hey dion
no signal that prompts attention tounge
 Quoting: aether


which could mean i`m the last to know lmao
 Quoting: aether


i only notice what i am interested in
unless it is interested in me
then it gets my attention
the balance is auto
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aether, your thoughts on the Black Night Satellite.

grinning
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...

[link to www.gematrix.org]

embarrasse

Sorry, couldn't resist...
 Quoting: pi


lmao! The first one: Alien Intervention

hiding
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aether, your thoughts on the Black Night Satellite.

grinning
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no thoughts really
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Roger that. Carry on.
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aether, your thoughts on the Black Night Satellite.

grinning
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...

[link to www.gematrix.org]

embarrasse

Sorry, couldn't resist...
 Quoting: pi


lmao! The first one: Alien Intervention

hiding
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I know right?

uhoh
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