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(Daily Star)   These new Disney movies are dark as hell (possible nsfw content on page)   (dailystar.co.uk) divider line
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2021-06-07 11:32:45 AM  
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2021-06-07 1:54:17 PM  
Disney movies have always been dark...poison apples, evil step-mom and step sisters...big floppy ears on an elephant, etc...
 
2021-06-07 1:56:44 PM  
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It's always funny when some pretentious GenZ tabloid writers thinks that nobody still alive has ever heard of Alfred Hitchcock.
 
2021-06-07 1:58:16 PM  
Crows are very smart and will bring you "presents" if you are nice to them.
I have bird feeders they can't access due to their size, but they use my big water bowl every day.
At first they brought me French fries, my favorite food, and left them in the water bowl.
The other day I found a dead hairless/featherless baby bird in there they must have plucked from a nest.
Ummmm thanks, but from now on just bring me cash.
 
2021-06-07 1:58:41 PM  
No crow was going to lift that dog. And it's nice that the photo of a "crow" in the article is of a grackle, which are much smaller than crows. And aren't even found in the UK. Just fail all around here. But we're talking the Daily Star, so...

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2021-06-07 1:58:58 PM  
Birds can be dicks.

Two Pigeons Push Another Pigeon And Throw Them In Front Of Moving Train - 1181264
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2021-06-07 1:59:09 PM  
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2021-06-07 2:00:03 PM  

Keyser_Soze_Death: Birds can be dicks.

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For as long as I can remember, I always wanted to be a Goodfeather.
 
2021-06-07 2:00:15 PM  
My wife saw a post on nextdoor that some folks in the area lost their little doggy to an owl. I can see that but I don't know about a crow. They are the supreme assholes of the animal kingdom but they aren't strong enough to lift a cockapoo off the ground.
 
2021-06-07 2:01:36 PM  

steklo: Disney movies have always been dark...poison apples, evil step-mom and step sisters...big floppy ears on an elephant, etc...


don't forget the mom dying

/the mom always dies
 
2021-06-07 2:03:10 PM  
The Crow of Judgement got a posse now...

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2021-06-07 2:03:16 PM  
Any dog less than 35lbs is a large-ish rat.
 
2021-06-07 2:03:16 PM  
elsa was going to be the supervillian, with evil lair and henchmen
merida was going to flat out murder her mother

(RTFA)

oh geez, nice reach submitter
 
2021-06-07 2:07:21 PM  
If a bird can lift your dog off the ground it's not a dog but rather a cruel breeding mistake.
 
2021-06-07 2:08:40 PM  
Birds are assholes. I had lovebirds as pets when I was a teenager because they looked cool. Their cage was in the kitchen and they had a view of the living room television. I watched Jeopardy and afterward Wheel of Fortune would come on. If I turned off Wheel of Fortune, the birds would go insane. farking birds.
 
2021-06-07 2:10:11 PM  

steklo: Disney movies have always been dark...poison apples, evil step-mom and step sisters...big floppy ears on an elephant, etc...


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2021-06-07 2:10:48 PM  
Knowing a thing or two about crows, kinda makes me wonder what she (or the dog) did to the local corvid community.
 
2021-06-07 2:11:40 PM  

Walker: Crows are very smart and will bring you "presents" if you are nice to them.
I have bird feeders they can't access due to their size, but they use my big water bowl every day.
At first they brought me French fries, my favorite food, and left them in the water bowl.
The other day I found a dead hairless/featherless baby bird in there they must have plucked from a nest.
Ummmm thanks, but from now on just bring me cash.


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2021-06-07 2:12:05 PM  

petec: don't forget the mom dying


oh yeah....poor Bambi.

and what the F is up with Christopher Robin, wearing brown shoes with shorts?

isn't that illegal in some areas?
 
2021-06-07 2:12:56 PM  
A crow lifted that dog off the ground?

OK lady, pull my other leg - that one plays jingle bells.
 
2021-06-07 2:14:08 PM  
What a crow might look like.

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/not a crow.
 
2021-06-07 2:14:19 PM  
Do you mean 'hella dark', Subby?
 
2021-06-07 2:15:04 PM  

steklo: petec: don't forget the mom dying

oh yeah....poor Bambi.

and what the F is up with Christopher Robin, wearing brown shoes with shorts?

isn't that illegal in some areas?


He's British. As far as crimes against fashion, that's pretty low on the scale. I mean, paisley could have been involved.
 
2021-06-07 2:15:18 PM  

xxBirdMadGirlxx: Knowing a thing or two about crows, kinda makes me wonder what she (or the dog) did to the local corvid community.


Corvid Clan ain't nuttin' to fark wit'.
 
2021-06-07 2:15:54 PM  
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2021-06-07 2:15:55 PM  

Russ1642: If a bird can lift your dog off the ground it's not a dog but rather a cruel breeding mistake.


"5. African crowned eagle
Found in parts of tropical Africa, this eagle has a staple diet consisting of monkeys and other mid-sized mammals like the Cape hyrax and small antelopes, as well as dogs, lambs, and goats. It's kind of unnerving to learn that this bird often preys on animals weighing in the 65-pound range, which may explain why Africans call it "the leopard of the air."
Evidence exists that the African crowned eagle caused the death of an early human child whose remains were discovered in a cave at Taung, South Africa, in 1924. A study reported in National Geographic notes that these eagles have been known to occasionally attack or eat human children. "There's one report from South Africa of a small child's skull being found in a nest," said evolutionary biologist Susanne Schultz of the University of Liverpool in England. So, of all the big birds this one may be the one to fear ... but still, chances are your baby sitting in a park is safe from random birds of prey."

/https://www.treehugger.com/birds-tha​t-​could-steal-your-toddler-4864271
 
2021-06-07 2:16:35 PM  
Man, tabloid writers are just getting lazier by the day.  You'd think with the plague locking everyone down for so long they'd have had time to come up with some really creative stories, but they're just leeching off Hitchcock or trying to pitch their Corvidnado idea to FX.

/Crows don't attack you unless you're threatening to them.
//And they remember you.
///And tell their friends.
////Don't piss off a corvid.
 
2021-06-07 2:17:01 PM  

Russ1642: If a bird can lift your dog off the ground it's not a dog but rather a cruel breeding mistake.


Depends on the bird, golden eagles can lift quite a bit.
 
2021-06-07 2:17:21 PM  
If dogs can feel embarrassed, not being able to fend off a couple crows on your own has to be devastating.
 
2021-06-07 2:19:35 PM  
Oh crap they just brought me something else. WTF is this? A piece of cake? Some kind of bread  product? Cash please. Cash.

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2021-06-07 2:20:01 PM  
I was in my yard pulling weeds on Friday when some huge bird (hawk? I don't know my birds and it happened very fast) swooped down and plucked a large bunny out of the yard. I hadn't noticed a rabbit in the yard before all of this happened. As the hawk took off, the rabbit was thrashing around and I thought I could hear the rabbit emit a bunny scream.

All of a sudden, a second bunny bolts out of the yard and dashes across the street in hot pursuit. I thought it was a brave move to give chase but the hawk and other bunny were long gone.

The attack was amazingly swift and impressive. I've also never seen a rabbit run so fast.

I waited awhile but the second bunny did not come back.
 
2021-06-07 2:20:24 PM  

dionysusaur: xxBirdMadGirlxx: Knowing a thing or two about crows, kinda makes me wonder what she (or the dog) did to the local corvid community.

Corvid Clan ain't nuttin' to fark wit'.


You speak truth.
 
2021-06-07 2:24:26 PM  
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2021-06-07 2:24:59 PM  
My neighbors little dog was done in by another neighbor's Dalmatians, and there were only 2 of them.  Disney left a LOT out of that movie.

/dalmatians mean carnage
 
2021-06-07 2:26:55 PM  

xxBirdMadGirlxx: Knowing a thing or two about crows, kinda makes me wonder what she (or the dog) did to the local corvid community.


^^^^^
 
2021-06-07 2:28:37 PM  

Walker: Oh crap they just brought me something else. WTF is this? A piece of cake? Some kind of bread  product? Cash please. Cash.

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It might not actually be for you. Crows will use puddles and bird baths to 'wash' i.e. soften stale or hardened foodstuffs before consumption, especially on behalf of younger or older family members.
 
2021-06-07 2:29:28 PM  
LOL, no, that didn't happen.

But they should have incorporated that into "The Crowening."
 
2021-06-07 2:29:32 PM  
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2021-06-07 2:30:34 PM  
I've witnessed a Hawk straight up dive bomb and nab one of our neighbor's stray cats she feeds and proceed to eviscerate and eat it on the bottom limb of a tall pine tree in plain view of our office. The sound and scene was horrifying, but impressive at the same time.
 
2021-06-07 2:42:00 PM  

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I guess you people have never seen a humongous black bird before.
 
2021-06-07 2:46:39 PM  
 
2021-06-07 2:52:02 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: My neighbors little dog was done in by another neighbor's Dalmatians, and there were only 2 of them.  Disney left a LOT out of that movie.

/dalmatians mean carnage


Growing up my friends Dalmatian would carry around an 8lb bowling ball as a toy, not nearly as impressive as the 12 pound ball the Irish Wolf hound carried, but still quite a sight. I have zero trouble imagining them completely destroying a little yapper.
 
2021-06-07 3:03:52 PM  
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2021-06-07 3:06:10 PM  
This article says she was attacked by a murder but only mentions two Crows. That's only attempted murder I'm afraid.
 
2021-06-07 3:07:01 PM  

Keyser_Soze_Death: Birds can be dicks.

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I think what was more funny was the cries of shock from New Yokers at seeing a bunch of flying rats kill each other.  Seriously, BFD.  There's plenty more where that came from.
 
2021-06-07 3:08:04 PM  

Russ1642: If a bird can lift your dog off the ground it's not a dog but rather a cruel breeding mistake.


In my neighbourhood we have the occasional coyote.  We also HAD many small "bait" dogs lost to coyotes, hawks and such.
Is a raven bigger than a crow?

Anyway we made it this far into a dark Disney chat and the Black Cauldron hasn't shown up yet?
 
2021-06-07 3:14:12 PM  
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Speaking of Betty White movies about wildlife, and birds attacking dogs ...
 
2021-06-07 3:22:01 PM  

Salmon: Walker: Crows are very smart and will bring you "presents" if you are nice to them.
I have bird feeders they can't access due to their size, but they use my big water bowl every day.
At first they brought me French fries, my favorite food, and left them in the water bowl.
The other day I found a dead hairless/featherless baby bird in there they must have plucked from a nest.
Ummmm thanks, but from now on just bring me cash.

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I've read this many times over the years.

Does anyone know if this is true?

I've always wanted it to be true.
 
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