Monday, November 28, 2005

news of the kinkajous and now the 'roos

Were you aware that the government can just storm into your home and take your kinkajou from you? This story has made the news because it happened to the idle rich, but I am left to wonder how many poor people have their homes raided and their exotic pets taken everyday.
Note to government: You can have my "night monkey" when you pry it from my cold dead hand.
But the other interesting fact from the article is that baby kangaroos can grow up to be violent, and that any obliging parent who ran out to purchase one for their offspring after a family watching of Kangaroo Jack is destined to have their impulse purchase end badly. I merely inferred this last part, but "roo maulings" are a very real occurrence and something one must anticipate on any given Australian golf course.
However, in my humble opinion, the inclusion of mauling 'roos and rabid kinkajous would greatly increase the entertainment value of golf.


Anonymous sethro said...

it's true. the goverment can, will and has done this. it was most dramtically represented in the final episode of the cartoon "the mon-chee-chees" (or was it monchi-chi). anyway, in this episode, Black Helicoptors fly in and hoover over the peaceful chi-chi village disturbing song, dance and feast to say nothing of adorable scampering. "operatives" fast rope into the village, take what chi-chi's they want and slaughter the rest......could it happen here, today? yes!

11:59 AM  
Blogger Rex L. Camino said...

But Monchi-chi meant "happiness", if one was to believe their theme song. The horror.

1:51 PM  
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