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March 28, 2013, 12:46:48 AM
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I was watching two birds forage for food. One was a sparrow and the other was a cardinal. They both worked the same batch of ground within about a five foot diameter. Then I saw something totally amazing. The sparrow found a worm, and while it was in its mouth, somehow it summoned the cardinal. The cardinal trotted to the sparrow whereupon the sparrow give the cardinal the worm. About two minutes later, the sparrow did it again. The cardinal was definitely male, but I'm not sure was sex the sparrow was, though it was dull in color, like most sparrows regardless of sex.

Has anybody witness anything similar before?
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March 28, 2013, 01:36:42 AM
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I was watching two birds forage for food. One was a sparrow and the other was a cardinal. They both worked the same batch of ground within about a five foot diameter. Then I saw something totally amazing. The sparrow found a worm, and while it was in its mouth, somehow it summoned the cardinal. The cardinal trotted to the sparrow whereupon the sparrow give the cardinal the worm. About two minutes later, the sparrow did it again. The cardinal was definitely male, but I'm not sure was sex the sparrow was, though it was dull in color, like most sparrows regardless of sex.

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My dad seemed to do this a lot.

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March 28, 2013, 02:54:34 AM
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I was watching two birds forage for food. One was a sparrow and the other was a cardinal. They both worked the same batch of ground within about a five foot diameter. Then I saw something totally amazing. The sparrow found a worm, and while it was in its mouth, somehow it summoned the cardinal. The cardinal trotted to the sparrow whereupon the sparrow give the cardinal the worm. About two minutes later, the sparrow did it again. The cardinal was definitely male, but I'm not sure was sex the sparrow was, though it was dull in color, like most sparrows regardless of sex.

Has anybody witness anything similar before?

It's because the courts in USA might legalize gay marriage. Morality is degrading in all species now, cause god just doesn't give a crap any more  Grin

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March 28, 2013, 06:36:17 AM
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I was watching two birds forage for food. One was a sparrow and the other was a cardinal. They both worked the same batch of ground within about a five foot diameter. Then I saw something totally amazing. The sparrow found a worm, and while it was in its mouth, somehow it summoned the cardinal. The cardinal trotted to the sparrow whereupon the sparrow give the cardinal the worm. About two minutes later, the sparrow did it again. The cardinal was definitely male, but I'm not sure was sex the sparrow was, though it was dull in color, like most sparrows regardless of sex.

Has anybody witness anything similar before?

My dad seemed to do this a lot.

Your dad shared with Cardinals worms he dug up? Was he catholic, or a baseball fan? And why worms? Or is "worms" code for "coke and hookers"?

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March 28, 2013, 06:37:14 AM
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I was watching two birds forage for food. One was a sparrow and the other was a cardinal. They both worked the same batch of ground within about a five foot diameter. Then I saw something totally amazing. The sparrow found a worm, and while it was in its mouth, somehow it summoned the cardinal. The cardinal trotted to the sparrow whereupon the sparrow give the cardinal the worm. About two minutes later, the sparrow did it again. The cardinal was definitely male, but I'm not sure was sex the sparrow was, though it was dull in color, like most sparrows regardless of sex.

Has anybody witness anything similar before?

My dad seemed to do this a lot.

Your dad shared with Cardinals worms he dug up? Was he catholic, or a baseball fan? Ans why worms? Or is "worms" code for "coke and hookers"?

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March 28, 2013, 06:44:28 AM
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I was watching two birds forage for food. One was a sparrow and the other was a cardinal. They both worked the same batch of ground within about a five foot diameter. Then I saw something totally amazing. The sparrow found a worm, and while it was in its mouth, somehow it summoned the cardinal. The cardinal trotted to the sparrow whereupon the sparrow give the cardinal the worm. About two minutes later, the sparrow did it again. The cardinal was definitely male, but I'm not sure was sex the sparrow was, though it was dull in color, like most sparrows regardless of sex.

Has anybody witness anything similar before?

My dad seemed to do this a lot.

Your dad shared with Cardinals worms he dug up? Was he catholic, or a baseball fan? Ans why worms? Or is "worms" code for "coke and hookers"?

WHO ARE YOU AND WHY ARE YOU FOLLOWING MY LIFE

I can find out more, just by using my Holmesian observation abilities:

"My dad seemed to do this a lot."
He seemed to? You're implying:
1. He was a spy? That he kept everything from you and nothing was what it seemed? That you left home in a fit of feeling betrayed as soon as you found out he was a spy, breaking your fathers heart and setting the scene for a heartwarming reconciliation decades later?
2. He was hard to see? Perhaps your father was one of the original "Philadelphia Experiment" sailors.
3. You're buddhist, and nothing we can see is true, it is only a seeming.

I think, on balance of probability, it's most likely to be point 3, and you are actually Deepak Chopra.

How did I do?

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March 28, 2013, 03:06:43 PM
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I just witnessed the same this morning, but this time it was a starling feeding a male cardinal. Again, no idea what the sex of the starling was, nor did I see a worm this time, but it was something picked from the ground. Also, the cardinal was much further away and had to almost fly to the starling upon hearing it call.

I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but the male cardinal has a very bright red breast.

Weird!

Full Disclosure: I'm not trolling, but the birds may be trolling me.
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March 28, 2013, 03:58:45 PM
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^ Another theory: Chicago-style socialist politics influencing the wildlife.


(Disclosure: I don't believe any of this crap I'm saying, since I'm socially and politically on the opposite end of this. Just in case anyone tries to take me seriously)

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March 28, 2013, 06:04:39 PM
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^ Another theory: Chicago-style socialist politics influencing the wildlife.


(Disclosure: I don't believe any of this crap I'm saying, since I'm socially and politically on the opposite end of this. Just in case anyone tries to take me seriously)

I'm located ~50 miles due west of Chicago, but Sandwichians are in the middle of a tense mayoral contest.

At least the robins arrived fat. I wonder if they taste like dove.
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April 04, 2013, 05:41:30 AM
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I'm an idiot!

Going to bed now, hoping that today was just a dream, but I bet it wasn't.
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April 04, 2013, 04:24:51 PM
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I'm an idiot!

Going to bed now, hoping that today was just a dream, but I bet it wasn't.

Details! DETAILS! Did you lose all your money to an online wallet hack? Did you lose it by betting against an ASIC manufacturer? Did you bet on the price crashing when it didn't?

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April 05, 2013, 12:00:45 AM
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I've found animation is a fantastic way to draw when you put effort in and I find it more rewarding than drawing manga, bollocks! >_> I also found that it's a brilliant way to keep you more occupied in your work because the pictures are moving ( I don't know why but I find stills boring now no matter how detailed they are ) and it's great for getting proportions correct because it will be immediately obvious if something is wrong.
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April 05, 2013, 12:07:32 AM
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I've found animation is a fantastic way to draw when you put effort in and I find it more rewarding than drawing manga, bollocks! >_> I also found that it's a brilliant way to keep you more occupied in your work because the pictures are moving ( I don't know why but I find stills boring now no matter how detailed they are ) and it's great for getting proportions correct because it will be immediately obvious if something is wrong.

It's a hell of a way to draw, tho.  Try producing a minute's worth of animation at 15 FPS and you'll be in tears.

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April 05, 2013, 12:09:56 AM
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I've found animation is a fantastic way to draw when you put effort in and I find it more rewarding than drawing manga, bollocks! >_> I also found that it's a brilliant way to keep you more occupied in your work because the pictures are moving ( I don't know why but I find stills boring now no matter how detailed they are ) and it's great for getting proportions correct because it will be immediately obvious if something is wrong.

It's a hell of a way to draw, tho.  Try producing a minute's worth of animation at 15 FPS and you'll be in tears.

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Plus I have this software called Pencil which I recommended ages ago which just speeds the keyframing up massively and eliminates most of the staff at a studio that you'd normally need to make an animation.
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April 05, 2013, 04:05:44 AM
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I find it more rewarding than drawing manga, bollocks! >_>

You draw manga bollocks? Not sure if I should ask...

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April 05, 2013, 04:06:41 AM
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I'm an idiot!

Going to bed now, hoping that today was just a dream, but I bet it wasn't.

Details! DETAILS! Did you lose all your money to an online wallet hack? Did you lose it by betting against an ASIC manufacturer? Did you bet on the price crashing when it didn't?

InstaWallet, and before you say anything, I already know, "Don't ever, ever...
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April 05, 2013, 04:15:36 AM
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I'm an idiot!

Going to bed now, hoping that today was just a dream, but I bet it wasn't.

Details! DETAILS! Did you lose all your money to an online wallet hack? Did you lose it by betting against an ASIC manufacturer? Did you bet on the price crashing when it didn't?

InstaWallet, and before you say anything, I already know, "Don't ever, ever...

I know, you missed out on the glory days of MyBitcoin, and wanted to relive the experience.
Aren't they returning the money? Maybe you didn't lose anything  much  everything?

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April 05, 2013, 05:40:50 AM
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I'm an idiot!

Going to bed now, hoping that today was just a dream, but I bet it wasn't.

Details! DETAILS! Did you lose all your money to an online wallet hack? Did you lose it by betting against an ASIC manufacturer? Did you bet on the price crashing when it didn't?

InstaWallet, and before you say anything, I already know, "Don't ever, ever...

I know, you missed out on the glory days of MyBitcoin, and wanted to relive the experience.
Aren't they returning the money? Maybe you didn't lose anything  much  everything?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vQpW9XRiyM
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April 05, 2013, 04:12:37 PM
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I find it more rewarding than drawing manga, bollocks! >_>

You draw manga bollocks? Not sure if I should ask...

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I find it more rewarding than drawing manga, bollocks! >_>

Fucking internet, can't read anything shorter than a line, no wonder twitter is so popular Tongue bolded the comma for you.
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April 05, 2013, 04:35:17 PM
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I find it more rewarding than drawing manga, bollocks! >_>

You draw manga bollocks? Not sure if I should ask...

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I find it more rewarding than drawing manga, bollocks! >_>

Fucking internet, can't read anything shorter than a line, no wonder twitter is so popular Tongue bolded the comma for you.

So is it that you draw manga and bollocks? I can't figure out what the comma is supposed to mean X)

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