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    Crows Are Like "Alfred Einstein"...

    1st John 1:9
    If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

    John 3:16
    For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

    John 3:17
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    Who the hell is Alfred Einstein?
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    Alfred Einstein was the E=MotorCycle squared guy
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    They're also handy for cleaning up dinner scraps
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    I remember watching that one, amazing animals.


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    They're also handy for cleaning up dinner scraps
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    Crows are fine targets and tough to hunt. You hang a dead crow in a tree. The rest the flock will come check it out and fly away. They
    then will send scouts to scan the orchard before landing. That's where scarecrows sometimes work.
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    LT, Can we get the crows to teach the seagull's to stop dropping clams on my wife's windshield?


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    A buddy had crows for pets when he was a kid. Said he would steal a baby from a nest and raise it. Said he even taught them to talk.

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    Maybe so but it probably lied.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hidebound View Post


    They're also handy for cleaning up dinner scraps
    I liked that one!! Thanks for sharing Sista!!...

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    LT, Can we get the crows to teach the seagull's to stop dropping clams on my wife's windshield?

    Probably... bummer though bro... seen that one happen a lot of times living at the beach!!

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    A buddy had crows for pets when he was a kid. Said he would steal a baby from a nest and raise it. Said he even taught them to talk.
    They can do it. A crow would be my second choice for talking; but only because I had seen myna birds first as a kid.

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    Crows are fine targets and tough to hunt. You hang a dead crow in a tree. The rest the flock will come check it out and fly away. They
    then will send scouts to scan the orchard before landing. That's where scarecrows sometimes work.
    I kinda tried a few times in Colorado deserts, but with a sidearm, and having to sneak up on them, after getting off a bike; and of course they had already heard me from way off long ago... I'd park a quarter of a mile away or more and try to sneak my way in; seemed to me, that the sentries would sometimes just act like they didn't see me coming though; and make me go through all that effort, then laugh and all fly away just as I was almost there!! Smart birds.

    Since I'm too fat to crawl; and if I had tried to do that back then; my arms and feet couldn't have reached the ground. I figured the best way for me would been to dress up in a ghillie suit and just roll on in like a tumbleweed.

    Maybe then I would have had a slight chance; maybe.
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    John 3:17
    For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.

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