House Crow, Dee Why, Sydney

To: John Tongue <>
Subject: House Crow, Dee Why, Sydney
From: peter crow <>
Date: Sun, 6 Apr 2008 13:52:35 +1000
What's this right to life?

Where did this wonderful thing come from?

Who or which creatures have it?

The butterfly I saw eaten by a Magpie the other day must be complaining at his lack of "right to life".

Thank heavens the bullock i ate a piece of last week doesn't have a good lawyer.

My neighbour went fishing yesterday. Did he violate the fishes "right to life'?

A friend died of cancer related illness in January.

What happened to his "right to life"?

To me this "right to life" sounds the most ratbag lot of codswollop I've heard in some time.



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