John Gamblin <>
Fri, 14 Apr 2000 20:50:50 -0700 (PDT)
I saw a few email this week that reported on the
mimicking skills of our friends of flight.
I have one to add to the list? a while back the love
of my life sent to me from the USA a talking bird
clock, and very nice it is too. When the summer sun
comes up I hear the dulcet tones of a tufted titmouse
and with my 6 am coffee a Northern Oriole.
I've had this clock now for a fair few month's longer
then my stay with "Eggbert" the orphaned white-backed
magpie who has decided to move in.
Eggbert's new vocabulary now includes these two, plus
a fine rendition, at any time of the day or night, of
John A. Gamblin.
P.S. He is also doing very well with the original
first track of Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
and likes Ringo the best. Have a great weekend
everyone I know I will.
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