If you wait by the river long enough, the bodies of your enemies will float by. - Sun Tzu
left us speechless, didn't he? DG
You found Sid....you can keep him.
I just don't think I could eat a penguin egg . . .
Interestingly, eating cute critters (and their offspring) is the topic of the current post on http://mountaindweller.com/. (It's lambing season in the low Alps.)
I don't think we can have lambs in the city limits . . . and I'm not sure how we would incorporate an Alps feature into the yard . . .
I'm going to start a working hamster ranch.
Excellent! We will need surplus populations to colonize future conquests! And in the meantime, you can make a fortune off the Chinese. Heh, heh, heh, our plan to overrun them is working out perfectly!
Crap... I've had this window open so long I forgot what I was going to say.
A hamster ranch... interesting. Do you think direct marketing would work for that too?
It could. According to the BBC, in China, hamster prices are soaring and demand is unabated - since it's the year of the rat. Apparently the Chinese find the hamster more appealing than its larger, long-tailed cousin. And who would disagree? And I'm certain hamsters and sheep play well together.