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Poisoning Pigeons in the Park

Friday, February 22, 2013

Before you call PETA on me, do take a look at this video:

Ok, maybe if birdy-cide makes you squeamish, maybe you better quit after the first 30 seconds, when life is still skittles and beer.

If you're a baseball fan, like myself, you might know why I'm posting a song that starts with the words, "Spring is here, spring is here" - today's the first game of spring training, and the Detroit Tigers start their quest to defend the American League crown, and maybe take that next step for the first time since 1984. Heck, even Cubs fans are probably feeling optimistic as the practice games begin, although I suspect theirs will be short lived..

I didn't get around to jumping on the bike last night, but I did do about 30 minutes of varied strength training, as per the blc's tnt dictates. Didn't fall off the exercise ball tonight, though 15 lb tricep pullups did threaten to pull me overboard. If the gym does happen tomorrow, I'll try to make it in the morning, see if anyone is around for pickleball. And if not, I run. And then when I'm done, Tigers baseball (not that I've checked whether that first game of preseason is even being televised. But hey, I'm in over the air radio broadcast range!).

The unemployment thing is certainly a drag. But I suspect there might be a thing or two, as GIRLALLIN commented on my previous post, that I might miss about the free time, whenever it does come to an end.

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    LOVED this song....still hum it to myself sometimes. =)
    1941 days ago
    Hey don't knock the Cubs!!!
    1941 days ago
    The blog title made me laugh! I actually OWN the original Tom Lehrer album that that song first appeared on!

    How about this song, too ... http://youtu.be/4BVVm2IL1oE emoticon
    1942 days ago
    Wishing you luck in the job search.
    1942 days ago
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