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How sharper than a serpent's tooth is an ungrateful llama

One of the ideas for a posting I've been kicking around is my top-ten list of favorite blogs, ones that don't get the kind of attention and praise that I think they deserve. I'm glad I haven't done that yet, because one of the sites I intended to include on that list just may have talked itself off of it.

I refer, of course, to the Llama Butchers.

I've been a reader and fan for some time, and I've tossed them a few bones now and then. I included them in my second round of blogger license plates, and just recently e-mailed them a picture that I thought, as fellow Firefly/Serenity fans, they would appreciate -- and they did.

So, what do you think happens when they stumble across a very, very cool video that was made right in my back yard, here in New Hampshire? A video that demonstrates one of the coolest (in both senses of the word) sites in the Granite State? Do they send it to me?

Of course not.

I feel as though I have been spit upon by a llama. Worse, two llamas.

And llama spit is NASTY.

Steve, Robbo, consider yourself snubbed.


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Another way you can make sn... (Below threshold)

Another way you can make snow is to invite Gore to come talk about global warming.

What can I say, we're a cou... (Below threshold)
Steve the LLamabutcher:

What can I say, we're a couple of ingrates.

For the record, llamas are ... (Below threshold)

For the record, llamas are very charming animals for the most part. They only "spit" when they are not able to socialize with others of their kind. It's a function of loneliness.

I have a friend, here in Central Ohio, who raises and rescues llamas and she has some of the coolest critters you'd ever want to meet. She has one that puts his head on my shoulder and nuzzles me while I stroke his neck. We are great and good friends!

My friend harvests their wool and spins it into yarn and knits lovely items from the llama wool. They are very lovable creatures.






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