A two ES day quickie

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Subject: A two ES day quickie
From: Penn Gwynne <>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2002 19:24:46 -0700 (PDT)

G'day Chaps and Chaplettes,

Hey I think I've just found a really big earner for Birds Australia? owls that you may ask? well how about Birds Australia buys the Seal display centre? they then reconstruct the centre exactly the same as it was prior to yesterday. Don't worry about it NOT being designed or constructed to withstand the weather conditions down here.

Don't worry about metal windsails in strong winds.

BA then waits for the next little blow we quite often have down hear and wah~laa we claim another 60 roubles from the Victorian taxpayers.

Don't worry about the environmental damage done by the flying sheets of steel.

Don't worry about any possible danger to humans or bird tourists, or for that matter the local flora and fauna.

Better still how about we blame the birds for the big thick brown human killing smog? or do the right Emu thing? find some soft sand for our heads.

Aaah time for my coffee scroll and to teach those how to add graphics to emails, cut and paste words, hmmm should that read cut and thrust? Ah well all is okay despite what humans are doing to the planet .... cos I'm safe with my little feathers and my coffee scroll.

Thanks everyone who has phoned or asked "Eggy, Lee, Bill, Pelaero Mark5 and me" are all okay .... potters off to make a beaut dark blue wooden spoon muttering in his long blue beard, if it ain't kids squabbling over "Bird" swap cards it's the weather.

JAG with very ruffled feathers.


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