What a picture. None of you will ever eat another cabrito loaf again. Unless you are a monster.*
what about easter lamb cake? i don't eat babee things, except baby peas.
easter lamb cake ok. and peeps. and baby carrots too. and deer. eat all the stupid fuckin' deer.*
LOL. deer are a farmer's bane. so you are pro wolf? cougar?
so you are pro wolf? cougar?pro coyote. mostly fixed the deer in the veggie gardens with all kinds of fence and hoop houses covered with bird net and transistor radios hung up in various locations and those cheap little solar light sticks you can stick in the ground or hang on a fence. But still can't have nice things like hostas or tulips or sunflowers unless they're caged. Deer just eat em as soon as they pop up. Any new plantings like hydrangea or rose of sharon or fruit trees and any assortment of other things has to be caged until its at least old enough and big enough to withstand the deer nibbling on it. Its a real pain in the ass. I have big old holly bushes around the house and the deer have taken to shredding those in the winter. And deer aren't supposed to bother holly. So now I have to cover those with birdnet when the snow comes or they'll be destroyed too. It's really maddening. You can fill your tag limit during hunting season and that won't even put a dent in the population.Had a big old smelly skunk bombed possum under the bird feeder last night. Haven't seen a possum in a couplke years. And the mice are moving inside now too. Scampering across the kitchen floor last night so i guess I should probably just leave the goddamed doors open and let em all in the house to do with me what they want. I even found a dead woodpecker laying on the floor in the basement a couple of days ago. Go figger that.*
FEATHERS. drool. you need some cats for the mices. hell, even declawed house cat basil got 2 or 3. yes, my farmer's market carrot guy complained about the deers. i think wolves would help on the deers. start peeing outside? hmm, aromatic. Oh, i guess daffodils are safe from deer.
feathers, drool, soap bars, urine, hair, etc... works temporarily but the rain will wash away its effects pretty quick. and it usually only works in a small immediate area. Stuff like Liquid Fence (which is a concentrate of rotten eggs, garlic, and hot pepper) works well over large areas as long as you reapply it regularly. Miloganite - which is activated sludge from the Milwaukee sewage treatment facility - works to deter deer too because they don't like the odor. (thanks for you contibution on behalf of gardeners and golf courses everywhere) Transistor radios work really well. You can tune em in at night to some obnoxious station and turn em down low enough so only the deer will hear them. Daffodils, marigolds, zinnias, salvia, cleome, vinca, viola, daisy, morning glory, come to mind immediately as things i'v never had the deer bother. And somewhere I read that if you place sprigs of catnip around your house it will deter mice. Don't know if its true or not, never tried it. also finally dawned on me today why the mice were running around the kitchen. I left a box of sunflower heads my sister gave me on a counter.*
i think wolves would help on the deers.you're probably right. i just worry they'd help themselves to me for dessert.*
The hell with all them folk remedies; get yourself a chupacabra.Guaranteed to lower the deer population faster than the mythical Moose Knuckle Huntress of the North Porch from which one might see a Commie er too.
deer easier.catnip for mice? we got catnip everywhere. mice occasionally i guess. how they knew sunflower heads were in the house, we'll never know.
deer easier.but the deer can run a lot faster than i can and i don't want to be cast in some kind of Willa Cather-like snowy moonlit sleigh ride story from hell.catnip for mice?thats what i read. mothballs work too. at least for keeping them from nesting. place one or two mothballs in the corners of a basement (up along the top of the foundation wall just under the floor joists for instance). mice don't like the smell. but just use one or two mothballs per corner. mothball fumes are pretty strong and not exactly good for ya. I use the mothballs in and around tools and equiptment i store away for the winter too. keeps mice and squirrels out of it. because they'll chew through plastic tanks and containers and destroy all kinds of stuff. i don't even put the car or truck in the garage in the winter for any prolonged period of time because one year the squirrels gnawed their way into the heating sysyem of the car. i drove around for a couple weeks with a car full of the little squatter buggers until i figured out why the heater wasn't working right. that cost about $1000 to fix (fortunately the insurance covered it). The shop told me it happens a lot. Told me to park the car outside. Or at least don't pull it into the garage until its fully cooled down.how they knew sunflower heads were in the house, we'll never know.They know where the house is. They know its warm inside and they know how to get in. From there they embark on little indoor house hunting expeditions.get yourself a chupacabra.mangy parasite infected hairless coyotes.*
yes, i guess is was just hot diggity dog to find sunflowers.
OH OH OH! POSSOM!!! i just saw one in the back yard + IT HAD A SQUIRREL BUSHY FUZZY TAIL!!!! NOT NEKKID!!!!!
oh come on... opossums don't have furry tails. must of been a skunk - or something that escaped from the Milwaukee zoo.*
". . . get yourself a chupacabra."That's right. Chupacabra are indiganous to Puerto Rico, you know, and we aint got no deer at all.
MIKE! waves hi.no, we have had skunks, i know what a coon looks like i also know possums and i swear. i know possums, and i looked for the nekkid pink tail. no, i had a fluffy ass. THEY ARE EVOLVING! canada look out.
Maybe it was a Fisher. They have a kind of possum-like face and ears and would have a furry fluffy tail. And about the same size as a possum. Seems like you'd be a little south of usual Fisher range but they are found in WI.Chupacabra are indiganous to Puerto Rico, you know, and we aint got no deer at all.But can they survive a winter up here. Don't need frozen chupacabras rotting on the lawn in the spring. and whats to keep them from falling in love with a deer and making herds of very scary chupacabradeers?*
too urban. and it was a possum! fishers have furry tails and this possum was a big one. gotta see if i can put out apple peels or something so i can get a pic.
probably a snapping turtle trapped under a Davy Crocket hat.*
heh.Maybe an animal experiment gone horribly wrong (unless you're the only possum in town with an insulated tail).Dachshund/Lhasa crossbreed?Hey mike! So, no deer hunting season for you, eh? What excuse do people use to get away from their jobs and families down there?
speaking of scary animals: i just noticed (on wiki page) that Jerry Sandusky titled his 2001 autobiography "Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story". "Touched", by Jerry Sandusky. Seriously. *
ick. the possum moved to slow and didn't hear squat when i knocked on the windows. typical possum.
same with the skunks and racoons. they aren't easily alarmed either. i got in a fight with a mamma racoon one time in florida. she charged right at me and i had to bonk her on the head with a stick.*
"What excuse do people use to get away from their jobs and families down there?"Well, a lot of ém don't have jobs to begin with, and those that do celebrate both US and PR holidays.
WI coons are more alert than. skunks, yeah, like possums.
Well, a lot of ém don't have jobs to begin withDidn't that fuckwit Fortuno fire a lot of gov employees and impose a lot of budget cutting and regressive tax policy after he was elected? I can't get get over the way the NPP gets away with calling themselves a progressive party while being nothing more than the GOP.*
You've got it exactly right, farmer. Might add that he also managed to give his cronies big pay hikes. NPP in PR is the most outlandish misnomer in politics. Much more facist than progressive.
Watching so-called Conservative Family Valued God 'n Country politicians around the Globe, it amazes me how many people you can fool all of the time.The repeat offenders who need someone to tell them who to pin the blame on are the worst. Most of them can hang on to catch phrases or talking points, but can't back up "their" point of view in a rational discussion-regardless of whether the person they're talking to agrees with them or not. Pretty Sad.Return to Serfdom, peasants! aka "the New Normal". I say, Fuck Dat! Ronnie got us to pay in the most for the longest without hitting eligibility age, and now it's time to cut back on what assholes call entitlement programs?"Gotta cut back somewhere!" and "Elect me so I can help reduce the size and scope of the evil government!" make anyone here wanna vote wingnut?Or self-medicate?
Watching so-called Conservative Family Valued God 'n Country politicians around the Globe,They just want a Christian claiphate. Something resembling a Christian version of Saudi Arabia. Or, Franco's Spain.*
NPP in PR is the most outlandish misnomer in politics.He's just like Scott Walker in WI or Kasich in OH. Just another fresh little cookie cut from the Milton Freidman fresh little zombie cookie sheet.*
the media is helping the rite. rich reporters side w/ the rich.GO OWS!
The NPP is also the pro-statehood party, which is the main reason why I'm anti-statehood.
The NPP is also the pro-statehood partyah ha. i ain't too familiar with the whole statehood issue for PR but it seems kinda weird when ya think about how the wingnuts in PR want to join the union and the wingnuts in texas want to leave. is texas in the bermuda triangle? it probably should be.*
texass should be in the middle of it.
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