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damienclimber


Dec 7, 2011, 2:33 PM
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New technique-eat a cookie, than take the rest crush,and sprinkle it outside for birds.
Have a cheeznip, doritos,and do the same.

Bluebirds, singing birds all around my windows and trees.
No holiday weight gain and birds are happy and fed.


SylviaSmile


Dec 8, 2011, 7:26 AM
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damienclimber wrote:
New technique-eat a cookie, than take the rest crush,and sprinkle it outside for birds.
Have a cheeznip, doritos,and do the same.

Bluebirds, singing birds all around my windows and trees.
No holiday weight gain and birds are happy and fed.

I have so imbibed the spirit of RC.com that I want to criticize this somehow . . . but I can't really find anything wrong with it, since I don't happen to think those packaged foods are fit for human consumption. Maybe they're not fit for bird consumption either? Either way, the packaging is definitely a waste! There we go. Stop wasting plastic!


noahfor


Dec 8, 2011, 8:18 AM
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I would think anything with a lot of salt would be bad for a bird's heart.


mr.tastycakes


Dec 8, 2011, 11:03 AM
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I'm so lazy I just tolerated Ceebo, but you're too much. Where's Jay's killfile?


damienclimber


Dec 8, 2011, 9:29 PM
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SylviaSmile wrote:
damienclimber wrote:
New technique-eat a cookie, than take the rest crush,and sprinkle it outside for birds.
Have a cheeznip, doritos,and do the same.

Bluebirds, singing birds all around my windows and trees.
No holiday weight gain and birds are happy and fed.

I have so imbibed the spirit of RC.com that I want to criticize this somehow . . . but I can't really find anything wrong with it, since I don't happen to think those packaged foods are fit for human consumption. Maybe they're not fit for bird consumption either? Either way, the packaging is definitely a waste! There we go. Stop wasting plastic!


I give the birds the package that was opened already.
Btw- The birds enjoy seeds, granola bars and are delightful !

Poor, Mr. Tastycakes-are you not lean anymore? Angelic


wonderwoman


Dec 21, 2011, 11:58 AM
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damienclimber wrote:
New technique-eat a cookie, than take the rest crush,and sprinkle it outside for birds.

Unless it's chocolate, which will kill the bird. PS - Chocolate is too good to be wasted.

damienclimber wrote:
Have a cheeznip, doritos,and do the same.

To reiterate - these are unfit for human / avian consumption. (Really - too salty for birds.)

I saw a squirrel eating a doughnut once - it picked it up and was eating it like a human at a breakfast table. I wonder what urban wildlife cholesterol levels might look like.


damienclimber


Dec 22, 2011, 2:47 PM
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wonderwoman wrote:
damienclimber wrote:
New technique-eat a cookie, than take the rest crush,and sprinkle it outside for birds.

Unless it's chocolate, which will kill the bird. PS - Chocolate is too good to be wasted.

damienclimber wrote:
Have a cheeznip, doritos,and do the same.



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Probably, there are alot of barren birds where you live from starvation and the cold.

Its sad you can't see any benefit to sharing bread or seeds with beautiful birds.

As well as helping all the obese , overweight people stay lean versus being fat like Santa .
So they can climb like a demon.

My birds are singing, healthy, and happy. As well as building nests for their offspring ! Any nests in your trees?


wonderwoman


Dec 22, 2011, 4:58 PM
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You really won't approve that I gave a homeless man a brownie about an hour ago.


damienclimber


Dec 22, 2011, 5:21 PM
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wonderwoman wrote:
You really won't approve that I gave a homeless man a brownie about an hour ago.

I know what you did !


wonderwoman


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damienclimber wrote:
wonderwoman wrote:
You really won't approve that I gave a homeless man a brownie about an hour ago.

I know what you did !

Was it you????


Partner macherry


Dec 22, 2011, 8:19 PM
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mr.tastycakes wrote:
I'm so lazy I just tolerated Ceebo, but you're too much. Where's Jay's killfile?

killfile worthy

enigma brings her a game


Partner macherry


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and fwiw, animals/birds do not need shit artificial food from a box. if you want to feed birds, get proper feed


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Dec 22, 2011, 8:35 PM
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SylviaSmile wrote:
damienclimber wrote:
New technique-eat a cookie, than take the rest crush,and sprinkle it outside for birds.
Have a cheeznip, doritos,and do the same.

Bluebirds, singing birds all around my windows and trees.
No holiday weight gain and birds are happy and fed.

I have so imbibed the spirit of RC.com that I want to criticize this somehow . . . but I can't really find anything wrong with it...*snip*

The appalling grammar would would be one place to start.


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