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Chick watching

This morning, I got to see some very, very cute chicks this morning.

It appears my ducks have been busy this spring...

I really, really need a new camera.


Comments (9)

Photos too hot to post here... (Below threshold)
epador:

Photos too hot to post here,or do you REALLY just need a camera?

What can a doctor do that a... (Below threshold)
kim:

What can a doctor do that a duck cannot?


He can stick his bill up his ass.
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A doctor died one night and... (Below threshold)
kim:

A doctor died one night and when he got to the pearly gates, he found a long line. Not used to waiting, he approached the gates and found them locked but roused the drousy night watchman, who explained patiently that even doctors had to wait to enter heaven. So he hiked to the back of the line, but just as he approached it an old man on a bicycle with a stethoscope around his neck passed him peddling furiously. As the bicyclist neared the gates he rang the bell on the handlebars and the night watchman swung to with alacrity and opened the gates just as the bicycle reached them. The doctor hustled back up to the front of the line to catch the watchman before the gates closed and asked why he let that doctor in but not him. The watchman replied that he misunderstood the situation and that the bicyclist was not a doctor, but just God playing one.
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Doctor to 65 year old man i... (Below threshold)
kim:

Doctor to 65 year old man in front of him: "What did your father die of?"

Pt: "Did I say my father was dead? He's 85 years old and still does the ploughing."

Doctor: "Oh, please forgive me. What did your grandfather die of, then?"

Pt: "Did I say my grandfather was dead? He's a hundred and five and still kicking. In fact, he just got married last week."

Doctor: "A thousand pardons. I won't ask after your great-grandfather. But why would a 105 year old man want to get married?"

Pt: "Did I say my grandfather wanted to get married?"

There they are ep et al, my top three doctor jokes of all time. Use them for good health.
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Some form of poetry? Weird ... (Below threshold)
Anon Y. Mous:

Some form of poetry? Weird rhythm. The extra "this morning" throws it off. How about:

I got to see some very, very cute chicks this morning.
It appears my ducks have been busy this spring...
I really, really need a new camera.

If I'm ruining your artistic vision, just let me know, and I'll back off.

err..... JT buddy. Not bei... (Below threshold)
ozone64:

err..... JT buddy. Not being critical here, but Chickens hatch chicks and Ducks hatch ducklings. I bet they are very cute and fuzzy though. Throw some pics up if you can. I remember living on a farm when I was young. Nothing like baby animals. Too bad they don't stay that way....

Steve

Its a Big Set-Up! First th... (Below threshold)
epador:

Its a Big Set-Up! First the Presbyterian outing, now the set up for the doctor jokes. I can't wait for the third and final humiliation.

Touche! Truly a Blue Moon.

This is a wonderful camera ... (Below threshold)
Ennis:

This is a wonderful camera for $150. Easy to use, takes regular batteries and takes fantastic pictures.


Canon PowerShot A550

Got a brother named B, E?<b... (Below threshold)
kim:

Got a brother named B, E?
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