Feb 3, 2011

NonVerbal Thursday: CHEW ON IT. Banjo Picker With Braces And A Bedtime

YouTube - A Seasoned Banjo Picker, With Braces And A Bedtime

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After Yoga

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7 comments:

Jean Spitzer said...

These photos are amazing.

Farmchick said...

So lovely and quite fetching.

Banjo52 said...

Thanks, you two.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

So where do you stand? Do you prefer, scarlet or blue Mccaws, yoga or baby banjo pickers?

Banjo52 said...

No real pref on macaws, PA, tho' if you put a gun to my head, I usually choose red of anything. I've never tried yoga, but I've witnessed it, and I choose banjos played decently. I also give extra credit to kids.

altadenahiker said...

I know people with macaws, and they have scars (the people, not the macaws).

The cockatiel I rescued a couple of months ago? Totally convinces me birds are pure id. Must be something to do with the ability to fly. (Mine has free passage through the house, and nothing clipped. This might meet up with an accident someday, but, with a bird, how can you do otherwise.

Banjo52 said...

AH, I'd NOT like to live with the two birds in the pics. It's gotta be a personal thing--I'm not alarmed by (non-aggressive) big dogs and was once comfortable with horses. But big, loud, foot-shifting, look-you-in-the-eye birds? More power to ya--and to your scarred friends. I must say, the wing-clipping does seem a legitimate issue.

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