Green snot is always a sure sign.
Um, pardon me, but “B” looks like the normal pig. Perhaps “A” is a “Stepford” pig? Or perhaps a “Pod” pig?
‘looks like snot, but it’s not. That’s a German swine, and it’s nasen gruben, considered a rare delicacy of the Hotzenlinker Schnaffle region. Snouts are force-fed snuff for schnozzle snot..
Rich Powell said, 2 days ago @UncaJim Don’t know if you’re near Georgia but you could get a chance to meet Jack this coming Aug. 1st at a retrospective being held on St Simons Island.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Rich; visited the place many a time for Army reUnions in the past, but spinal surgeries and general cussedness forbid the trip from Ocala, a mere dance up the road. Too late I get info about people I’ve known too early. aaargh. Wave ‘Hi.’
swr said, 1 day ago @UncaJim didn’t stop Charles Shultz or Bill Mauden~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Sparky and Bill were a generation ahead of me.I was too late for the Korean war and had my time all done during the Cold War, though I had some “interesting events” in that period of time.
Ooooooh, YEAH !