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Old 03-10-04, 10:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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When the red, red robin....

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/3545679.stm

Must have given those birdwatchers quite a shock
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Old 03-10-04, 11:04 AM   #2 (permalink)
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well that must have sucked. lol
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hehe got to love nature in action
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HAHAHA, not to be sadistic, but that's funny. They all go to take pictures of this amazing robin and SWOOP, no more robin. lol
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THat would suck to be killed when you're on vacation in Europe LOL
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that seems like a long way for a little robin to go. all the way across the Atlantic? i think it must have been on a ship from here in the US. like a stowaway(sp?). but that really would suck. poor little robin.
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I'm with ya serpentlust. I though that it was funny too.
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sketchy, if they get caught in the jet stream and keep flying with a tailwind it wouldn't be too bad of a trip.

It moves at 100 to 200km/h over Canada, and I think it might get faster over the Atlantic. Not sure though.

Having a 200 km/h tailwind to speed you along sure wouldn't hurt though
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i wouldnt know much about jetstreams but that was just my guess.
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that seems like a long way for a little robin to go. all the way across the Atlantic? i think it must have been on a ship from here in the US. like a stowaway(sp?). but that really would suck. poor little robin.

If you think that's bad you should think of the albatross... pole to pole...
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I thought it was funny to... geez Im a sick ******* :P
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For anybody that thought it was funny......Don't feel bad, I laughed too!
I can just see their faces as they sat there with their binoculars watching the hawk swoop down and take the main attraction! LOL!
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" 'Ere guvnor, 'op on over here and take a lolly at this lovely specimen. Pretty little sod. Now if 'e'll 'old still while I snaps a-- OH BUGGER!"
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That reminds me of a bizzare event in a pigeon race (homing pigeons) in the uk. The brits call it a sport, but that's like calling dog racing or cow patty bingo a sport. The winner landed at the finish line only to be eaten by a cat.
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" 'Ere guvnor, 'op on over here and take a lolly at this lovely specimen. Pretty little sod. Now if 'e'll 'old still while I snaps a-- OH BUGGER!"
LMFAO!!!!!!! that was too funny. now i need a change of pants.
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