RE:Bats catching a dime
Greg Clark <>
Mon, 20 Jun 2005 10:40:04 -0700
The bats in Arizona must be dumber than the bats in Minnesota. If you throw
a dime at a bat here they start for it, then turn away. I have thrown up
rocks and bugs for bats since I was a little kid as I was fascinated that
they could tell the difference. Bugs they catch, rocks they ignore. Maybe
the bats in Minnesota have been wisely investing the money thrown up at them.
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