Recently, at some mall in Vermont, an LLBean store held a grand opening. There was an unscripted floor show.
A brouhaha occurred when
the complementary Apple Cider ran out?
A squirrel crashed the party and
terrorized the guests?
Some people concerned
about animal rights staged
a peaceful protest. The
hate filled hunters wearing LLBean
clothes violently removed them.
Hostmaster: they removed their clothes?
Maybe all the
fitting rooms were
No! Come on!
Isn't it just good hunter etiquette to remove
your camo when inside a building?
Come on, you guys.
You know what I mean.
They removed the peaceful
Hostmaster: incorrect. You know, Cyndi. You've come up with some wild answers but this one takes the cake. Or should I say birdshot.
Here's what happened at the LLBean shindig. An owl grabbed a hawk and held on for quite some time. Eventually, the hawk shrieked. Then, alert members of the staff separated the two birds.
It seems that a business called Talons puts raptors on leashes and brings them to various places for various events so people can stare at them. Reassuringly, a "master falconer" from the Talons Company tells us: gee, this European Eagle Owl has known this Harris Hawk for six years and have done lots of gigs together with no problems. Well golly, adds this expert. They are predators.
No winners here.
The score remains.