Ah, the noble squirrel. The squirrel I love to watch, in so many different habitats.
And here it is again, this time with a squirrel-proof bird feeder. Persistence wins again.
Persistent little dickenses, ain’t they!
Tom – Yes, they just keep coming. And they’re not so dumb, either.
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Posted: 17 Apr
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The 10 million milestone: roughly 9 million Canadians have one shot; 1 million are fully vaccinated.
"It was also intriguing, though, to watch a lot of people who had been calling for Ontario and Canada to implement the Australian COVID-zero model recoil at these measures on principle." Easy to pine for harsher measures; not so easy to accept them. https://nationalpost.com/opinion/chris-selley-ontarians-finally-discover-a-breaking-point-for-the-lockdown-abuse-theyll-tolerate
“People asked him [Thomas Edison, almost totally deaf from childhood] why he didn’t invent a hearing aid. Father always replied, ‘How much have you heard in the last 24r hours that you couldn’t do without?’ He followed this up with: ‘A man who has to shout can never tell a lie.’”
Words Worth Noting - April 19, 2021 https://thejohnrobson.com/blog/2021/4/19/wish-id-said-that-april-19-2021
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