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(Some Panda)   Peep in on Atlanta Zoo's pregnant panda on the Panda Cam. This is sort of a repeat from 2010, same panda, different baby   (zooatlanta.org ) divider line
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2013-07-11 10:05:48 AM  
"I have no emotional stake in panda-farking." - George Carlin.
 
2013-07-11 10:12:08 AM  
Panda jerk!
 
2013-07-11 10:15:08 AM  
Keep the baby warm... wouldn't want it to sneeze on-camera or something....
 
2013-07-11 10:15:28 AM  
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/approves
 
2013-07-11 10:17:44 AM  
Rule 34 in effect?
 
2013-07-11 10:20:53 AM  
Sure, the zoo puts a camera in some babe's bedroom and it's "science". I do it and "science" appears nowhere in the indictment.
 
2013-07-11 10:22:57 AM  
I bet the other pandas think she's a slut for getting knocked up twice in a decade.
 
2013-07-11 10:32:53 AM  
same panda, different baby

Jesus what a whore!
 
2013-07-11 10:37:19 AM  
Mind the bill for room service.
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2013-07-11 10:40:19 AM  
If you go to this zoo there are a series of signs as you walk up to the Panda exhibit that say to the effect of "No Hitting the Glass",  "Keep Voices Down", "Parents Watch Your Childen", etc.  When you get to the exhibit you see roughly 40 children screaming and beating on the glass wall while their parents stand in the back looking disinterested.  I'm not exaggerating here.  The noise is chaotic and deafening.

No wonder these things never bang.  You try getting it up with a chorus of wailing brats.
 
2013-07-11 11:03:13 AM  

Rapmaster2000: You try getting it up with a chorus of wailing brats.


Challenge accepted.
 
2013-07-11 11:06:42 AM  

Rapmaster2000: If you go to this zoo there are a series of signs as you walk up to the Panda exhibit that say to the effect of "No Hitting the Glass",  "Keep Voices Down", "Parents Watch Your Childen", etc.  When you get to the exhibit you see roughly 40 children screaming and beating on the glass wall while their parents stand in the back looking disinterested.  I'm not exaggerating here.  The noise is chaotic and deafening.

No wonder these things never bang.  You try getting it up with a chorus of wailing brats.


I was there last year and they had an employee there that was keeping the kids under the control.  You may have shown up during a shift change.  Nevertheless, that's not cool.
 
2013-07-11 11:12:40 AM  
Same baby daddy?
 
2013-07-11 11:17:06 AM  

Rapmaster2000: If you go to this zoo there are a series of signs as you walk up to the Panda exhibit that say to the effect of "No Hitting the Glass",  "Keep Voices Down", "Parents Watch Your Childen", etc.  When you get to the exhibit you see roughly 40 children screaming and beating on the glass wall while their parents stand in the back looking disinterested.  I'm not exaggerating here.  The noise is chaotic and deafening.

No wonder these things never bang.  You try getting it up with a chorus of wailing brats.


That wasn't the case when I visited the Panda enclosure/exhibit in San Diego.  You could only view them in small groups, from behind multiple enclosures, and windows.

/the rumor was spread, as well, that some of the alleged "Pandas" might actually be Marine Recon/Special ops guys, in training...
 
2013-07-11 11:25:07 AM  

NutWrench: "I have no emotional stake in panda-farking." - George Carlin.


I, on the other hand, felt like putting a bullet between the eyes of every panda that wouldn't screw to save its species.
 
2013-07-11 11:51:07 AM  
No peeking!
 
2013-07-11 12:00:46 PM  
I think this is her fourth baby. Lun Lun is like the Queen Ho of the Panda Ho Brigade.
 
2013-07-11 12:03:56 PM  
Pandas are exceedingly boring.
 
2013-07-11 12:05:41 PM  
That's the problem with this country.  Pandas having all sorts of babies from 10 different daddies.  "Pregnant?  I'll be right back.  Gotta go to China for some smokes."  This never happens in Red Panda families.
 
2013-07-11 12:06:10 PM  

Kyro: Rapmaster2000: If you go to this zoo there are a series of signs as you walk up to the Panda exhibit that say to the effect of "No Hitting the Glass",  "Keep Voices Down", "Parents Watch Your Childen", etc.  When you get to the exhibit you see roughly 40 children screaming and beating on the glass wall while their parents stand in the back looking disinterested.  I'm not exaggerating here.  The noise is chaotic and deafening.

No wonder these things never bang.  You try getting it up with a chorus of wailing brats.

I was there last year and they had an employee there that was keeping the kids under the control.  You may have shown up during a shift change.  Nevertheless, that's not cool.


That's good to hear.  It's been several years since I've been there.
 
2013-07-11 12:11:27 PM  
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I visited a friend in San Di-ago, and Panda Watch is for real. Local news treats it as seriously as the movie.
 
2013-07-11 12:13:00 PM  

Helena Handbasket: Pandas are exceedingly boring.


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2013-07-11 12:51:31 PM  

Rapmaster2000: Kyro: Rapmaster2000: If you go to this zoo there are a series of signs as you walk up to the Panda exhibit that say to the effect of "No Hitting the Glass",  "Keep Voices Down", "Parents Watch Your Childen", etc.  When you get to the exhibit you see roughly 40 children screaming and beating on the glass wall while their parents stand in the back looking disinterested.  I'm not exaggerating here.  The noise is chaotic and deafening.

No wonder these things never bang.  You try getting it up with a chorus of wailing brats.

I was there last year and they had an employee there that was keeping the kids under the control.  You may have shown up during a shift change.  Nevertheless, that's not cool.

That's good to hear.  It's been several years since I've been there.


R.I.P. Willie B - You are the only reason Atlanta's zoo wasn't closed down for good in the '80s.

If you're up there in gorilla heaven, I want you to know that I'm sorry for all the embarrassing poses I've made in front of your statue.
 
2013-07-11 12:56:38 PM  
empty cage is empty.  From my view anyway...

SoupJohnB: Rapmaster2000: If you go to this zoo there are a series of signs as you walk up to the Panda exhibit that say to the effect of "No Hitting the Glass",  "Keep Voices Down", "Parents Watch Your Childen", etc.  When you get to the exhibit you see roughly 40 children screaming and beating on the glass wall while their parents stand in the back looking disinterested.  I'm not exaggerating here.  The noise is chaotic and deafening.

No wonder these things never bang.  You try getting it up with a chorus of wailing brats.

That wasn't the case when I visited the Panda enclosure/exhibit in San Diego.  You could only view them in small groups, from behind multiple enclosures, and windows.

/the rumor was spread, as well, that some of the alleged "Pandas" might actually be Marine Recon/Special ops guys, in training...


Can't remember the zoo, but the pandas were in the enclosure, and the windows were all around it.  Small windows, skinny corridors leading up to them, and someone standing at the window to make sure no one struck the glass.  The glass was 2-way(like in the police interrogation room), hidden from the pandas.  Cool setup.
 
2013-07-11 01:22:26 PM  

Trance354: empty cage is empty.  From my view anyway...

SoupJohnB: Rapmaster2000: If you go to this zoo there are a series of signs as you walk up to the Panda exhibit that say to the effect of "No Hitting the Glass",  "Keep Voices Down", "Parents Watch Your Childen", etc.  When you get to the exhibit you see roughly 40 children screaming and beating on the glass wall while their parents stand in the back looking disinterested.  I'm not exaggerating here.  The noise is chaotic and deafening.

No wonder these things never bang.  You try getting it up with a chorus of wailing brats.

That wasn't the case when I visited the Panda enclosure/exhibit in San Diego.  You could only view them in small groups, from behind multiple enclosures, and windows.

/the rumor was spread, as well, that some of the alleged "Pandas" might actually be Marine Recon/Special ops guys, in training...

Can't remember the zoo, but the pandas were in the enclosure, and the windows were all around it.  Small windows, skinny corridors leading up to them, and someone standing at the window to make sure no one struck the glass.  The glass was 2-way(like in the police interrogation room), hidden from the pandas.  Cool setup.


Pretty sure that is (or once was) the setup at the San Diego Zoo.
 
2013-07-11 01:36:56 PM  
I went to Zoo Atlanta two weekends ago. This was the best picture of the Giant Pandas I could get. It was hot.
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The Red Pandas have always been more interesting to me, but they were not on display that day for some reason.
 
2013-07-11 02:11:49 PM  

ManRay: The Red Pandas have always been more interesting to me, but they were not on display that day for some reason.


I suspect they were on lockdown after that incident in DC around the same time.

After all:  they look a lot like racoons, which are a local delicacy down yonder, inn't it?
 
2013-07-11 02:34:28 PM  

DjangoStonereaver: ManRay: The Red Pandas have always been more interesting to me, but they were not on display that day for some reason.

I suspect they were on lockdown after that incident in DC around the same time.

After all:  they look a lot like racoons, which are a local delicacy down yonder, inn't it?


You might be on to something. It was the same weekend.
 
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