Monday, January 09, 2006

2.03 - The One with the debate

Contrary to what you may think...I am not going to blog about the debate that was held tonight...to be honest with you...I don't really care...I'm voting for Pedro 'cuz he says if I do...he'll make all of my wildest dreams come true.

IF you haven't been reading the comments recently...there has been some discussion on my header picture at the top...we are trying to decide what kind of bird it is...one suggestion is an eagle...the other some sort of fececial hawk (ya...I made a word up...so what?)...and I don't really know what it is. But if you look at it closely...it maybe just a seagul...ya I got nothing...the floor is open...debate away...

10 comments:

Fisch said...

So I don't ACTUALLY think it's an eagle, I was being silly. I enjoy the fact that you blogged about it. And what's up with "blog" being a verb???

Travwho said...

Peregrine Falcon would be my guess, if not.. most definatley a Penguin. Yup , pretty sure it would be a penguin

T said...

now now fisch...you're just trying to save face...and you and travwho know...that you want to join the darkside and blog blog blog...

or not...

manda said...

with my extensive biological education with recent aquirement of knowledge specializing in the identifaction of birds i would definelty say it is a bird... yes it is a bird. possibly a pigeon with the context of the rest of the picture, or maybe a gull of some sort but most likely not a hawk.

L.Bo Marie said...

lol.. I was going to say pigeon.. but everytime I typed it, it looked like the wrong spelling.. so I gave up.

Norty said...

I think you should put a rabbit picture up.

side note:: my word verification today was igrad lol

Crilly said...

I agree with the ladies. First thing I saw was a pigeon. Like Amanda said, especially with the "context of the rest of the picture".

On a side note too, I just realized that 'saw' and 'was' are the same word backwards. Weird.

royal said...

I think its an albino teradactyl....ahhh.....a dwarf one of course!!

royal said...

On second thought....maybe it is not a dwarf teradactyl, maybe she is a giant.

Fisch said...

"Learning to identify birds is fun and frustrating. A field guide can help you attach a name to most of the birds you see. Field guides are books with pictures and descriptions of the birds. You will soon learn that many of the birds you see just can't be identified with 100% certainty." - www.birding.com