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(STV.tv)   Parrot traumatized by being locked in a garage for three years is being nursed back to health by parrot psychologist. In other news, there are parrot psychologists   (news.stv.tv) divider line 30
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2014-03-29 08:54:09 AM
Milo was making a right racket so Roy turned around and said in a proper Glaswegian accent, which he has recently picked up, 'F*** off Milo'.

I wish I could afford a parrot.
 
2014-03-29 10:53:41 AM
Now tell me, does Polly really want that cracker?
 
2014-03-29 10:54:30 AM

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Time to defend my fine feathered friend.

 
2014-03-29 10:56:00 AM
repeat
 
2014-03-29 10:56:44 AM
*SQUAWK* Go to my happy place *Squawk* Who's a pretty bird *SQUAWK*
 
2014-03-29 10:58:01 AM
This... is an existential parrot...
 
2014-03-29 10:58:01 AM
Maybe it's just pining for the fjords
 
2014-03-29 10:58:19 AM
If you have a parrot and you don't teach it to say, "Help, they've turned me into a parrot", you are wasting everybody's time.
 
2014-03-29 11:00:54 AM
Isn't that the profession of the main cast of Ghostbusters?
 
2014-03-29 11:02:23 AM
F.   Off milo is my new very favorite saying worth getting up fo this morning
 
2014-03-29 11:02:39 AM
Pete and Repeat are having a busy morning.
 
2014-03-29 11:03:12 AM

SecretAgentWoman: Milo was making a right racket so Roy turned around and said in a proper Glaswegian accent, which he has recently picked up, 'F*** off Milo'.

I wish I could afford a parrot.


Remember: it'll probably live as long as you and has roughly the emotional intelligence of a perpetual toddler.

They're amazing creatures, but owning and properly caring for one is literally a life-long commitment.


/wow, am I a wet blanket or what?
 
2014-03-29 11:07:08 AM

That Guy What Stole the Bacon: SecretAgentWoman: Milo was making a right racket so Roy turned around and said in a proper Glaswegian accent, which he has recently picked up, 'F*** off Milo'.

I wish I could afford a parrot.

Remember: it'll probably live as long as you and has roughly the emotional intelligence of a perpetual toddler.

They're amazing creatures, but owning and properly caring for one is literally a life-long commitment.


/wow, am I a wet blanket or what?


Well, one of the worst things about owning a pet is that they die so quickly, so that's not necessarily a bad thing.
 
2014-03-29 11:07:19 AM
It's a repeat, so to anyone wondering how someone could do something that horrible to the poor creature I'll just repeat what I said in the other thread from yesterday:

Because a disturbingly large percentage of us humans are foolish enough to still think that consciousness is a binary proposition, rather than a matter of degrees, and so easily rationalize treating other living creatures with stunning cruelty without so much as a second thought.

Empathy is one of humanity's greatest gifts and we do not value it enough.
 
2014-03-29 11:11:39 AM

mongbiohazard: It's a repeat, so to anyone wondering how someone could do something that horrible to the poor creature I'll just repeat what I said in the other thread from yesterday:

Because a disturbingly large percentage of us humans are foolish enough to still think that consciousness is a binary proposition, rather than a matter of degrees, and so easily rationalize treating other living creatures with stunning cruelty without so much as a second thought.

Empathy is one of humanity's greatest gifts and we do not value it enough.


I reported this post as a repeat.  Not the thread; just this post.

/me runs
 
2014-03-29 11:14:53 AM

mongbiohazard: It's a repeat, so to anyone wondering how someone could do something that horrible to the poor creature I'll just repeat what I said in the other thread from yesterday:

Because a disturbingly large percentage of us humans are foolish enough to still think that consciousness is a binary proposition, rather than a matter of degrees, and so easily rationalize treating other living creatures with stunning cruelty without so much as a second thought.

Empathy is one of humanity's greatest gifts and we do not value it enough.


You sound vegetarian.


/NTTAWWT
 
2014-03-29 11:15:36 AM

jso2897: Pete and Repeat are having a busy morning.


Sometimes a repeat is worth it for the accompanying fark headline. Clearly, this is not one of them.
 
2014-03-29 11:16:46 AM
Do you want a cracker because you're hungry or do you want a cracker because you had a distant father who never showed you he loved you?
 
2014-03-29 11:17:33 AM
So... The parrot will learn to blame its parents and to explore sexual deviancy. Brilliant
 
2014-03-29 11:17:51 AM
Pete & Repeat always have busy morning! as jso2897 typed to appear above. Not read tail/tale yet, but will in a minute --
Waddya get when parrot & woodpecker mate??? This is SFW --
Chick that speaks Morse code.  credit lysdexic or whoever captioned pic with that he brought to Caturday last wkend. Plan to share on both ham radio newsltrs I edit & distribute when there's room.
Know saved it, not finding quickly.   Please employ Stan Freberg Imagination to depicture these birds in your mind's eye, which likely won't be SFW.
 
2014-03-29 11:18:38 AM
Is this an intentional repeat because it's about a parrot?
 
2014-03-29 11:22:18 AM
Quite Cruel of new wife to shut Roy up in garage for that at all, but esp for that long. May be getting revenge talking with Milo?
 
2014-03-29 11:24:39 AM
Is this an intentional repeat because it's about a parrot?
 
2014-03-29 11:25:51 AM

laulaja: Pete & Repeat always have busy morning! as jso2897 typed to appear above. Not read tail/tale yet, but will in a minute --
Waddya get when parrot & woodpecker mate??? This is SFW --
Chick that speaks Morse code.  credit lysdexic or whoever captioned pic with that he brought to Caturday last wkend. Plan to share on both ham radio newsltrs I edit & distribute when there's room.
Know saved it, not finding quickly.   Please employ Stan Freberg Imagination to depicture these birds in your mind's eye, which likely won't be SFW.


Are you stroking out?

Do you need help?
 
2014-03-29 11:27:17 AM
Sounds like another job for "MEDICAL MARIJUANA"!  "C'mon Milo, pass the bong!"

/I'm not feelin' too good, myself.
 
2014-03-29 11:32:36 AM
"So tell me, what did the turkey do?"
 
2014-03-29 11:32:43 AM
SQUAWK how does that make you feel SQUAWK how does that make you feel SQUAWK our time is up for the week SQUAWK
 
2014-03-29 11:36:33 AM

LoneWolf343: That Guy What Stole the Bacon: SecretAgentWoman: Milo was making a right racket so Roy turned around and said in a proper Glaswegian accent, which he has recently picked up, 'F*** off Milo'.

I wish I could afford a parrot.

Remember: it'll probably live as long as you and has roughly the emotional intelligence of a perpetual toddler.

They're amazing creatures, but owning and properly caring for one is literally a life-long commitment.


/wow, am I a wet blanket or what?

Well, one of the worst things about owning a pet is that they die so quickly, so that's not necessarily a bad thing.


A fair point, but let me put it a bit differently: these birds live from 40 to 70+ years, and they'll be a fixture of your life for the majority of that time. What is the average length of a marriage?
 
2014-03-29 11:59:11 AM

That Guy What Stole the Bacon: LoneWolf343: That Guy What Stole the Bacon: SecretAgentWoman: Milo was making a right racket so Roy turned around and said in a proper Glaswegian accent, which he has recently picked up, 'F*** off Milo'.

I wish I could afford a parrot.

Remember: it'll probably live as long as you and has roughly the emotional intelligence of a perpetual toddler.

They're amazing creatures, but owning and properly caring for one is literally a life-long commitment.


/wow, am I a wet blanket or what?

Well, one of the worst things about owning a pet is that they die so quickly, so that's not necessarily a bad thing.

A fair point, but let me put it a bit differently: these birds live from 40 to 70+ years, and they'll be a fixture of your life for the majority of that time. What is the average length of a marriage?


So, you're saying a parrot would be more dependable than a wife?
 
2014-03-29 12:39:46 PM
So a follow up is now a duplicate of the article it is a follow up to?
 
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