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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by kasuals, Jun 17, 2014.
Now you have yourself a YouTube video to go with the story.
I have one of them and would use it a lot more often, but I'm in the country and never get to see anything interesting.. even driving around in town is boring.
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I have no idea.
Watch Ted talks at least you'll learn something
Dude, you just became a story they tell the rookies... but McDonalds? Have some respect for your intestinal flora! They don't need that shit.
A little light music for morning meditations...
I believe Matt needs to find a rating of infinite likes for stuff like this.
During the most recent ice age, a colony of common crows became isolated by the glaciers covering the Cascades and other surrounding mountain ranges (we have a few ranges within the state) - this colony became a unique subspecies. The Cascade crows exhibit a rather unusual behavior - if you are afraid of crows or if Hitchcock's 'The Birds' freaked you out, you might not wanna see this - but it is one of my favorite daily events - I live about 3 or 4 miles from Bothell, but when I was more than 20 miles north I still saw 'the commute' (I call it that)...
For a better idea of what it's like to witness...
I'm admittedly biased, but I fuckin' love the Puget Sound... and we haz a Mt. St. Helens too!
I have no idea.
As a native of the Great Plains this was one of my favorite scenes from South Park.
This happened about... eh 30 miles from where I am. Yay.