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The Breitbart President Is Raging at Delusional Fantasies

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allegro3/05/2017 10:20:40 pm PST

It’s late and just no reason but a wildlife story from my distant past…

I was a young woman, college graduate and a Yankee… three terminal strikes against me as a FWS biologist in Texas. I had major odds against me with the trappers I needed on my side to do my job but I had one thing on my side: I wasn’t afraid of snakes. For whatever reason I have always had an affection for the critters and have a sense for when they’re nearby. That made me a great “sweeper”. So one day I went out to clear the area while the trappers waited and watched and suddenly I shot straight into the air like a cat. They were like, OMG is she bit?! They had never seen me freak like that. Turns out I stepped on a piece of garden hose, one of those scaly looking hoses.re: #59 austin_blue

Oh, sure. Remember when Roger and Me came out and Moore visited the house with the “Rabbits- Pets or Food” sign out in front of the house?

NOOOOOOOOOO!!!
My dad told me about how rabbits were routinely sold as chickens in the early thirties (after being beheaded and dressed) in Denver because they were cheap protein and readily available. In Lima, guinea pigs are just roof rabbits, available in numerous restaurants in town and farmer’s markets.

Baby goats (cabrito) are normal daily fare in Mexico.

And if you’ve got more than three dogs in China, you’re a rancher.

Oh, and squirrel brains in milk are still commercially available n the US.

To be honest, brains and eggs with a side of slab bacon is a fine fry up for a weekend breakfast.

Never lived that one down.