It’s much louder. I really thought a woman was being killed in the next camp.
I heard a mountain lion screaming one night while camping. It sounded like a woman was being carved up in little pieces. Here’s a clip from YouTube: https://youtu.be/pxo8X5uIWRE
We have mountain lions turn up in town a couple of times a year. I don’t know of any attacks on humans. They’re sneaky hunters and mostly go after incautious pets and deer, which have also adapted well to urban life. I’ve even seen deer waiting at a crosswalk to cross a road.
Why Republicans hate traffic circles…they have to yield to the left.
Considering how long a bottle of wine lasts around our place, that’s just about the right size
I’ll think about you Monday morning when it is in the low 20s here
Actually, the solution to this is quite simple. Stop the “unlimited calling” plans and impose a 10 cent/call (no matter the duration). If I make 10 calls/day, that’s about $30/month, but if a robocaller makes 10,000 calls/day, that’s $30,000/month.
Montana passed a law making political robocalls illegal, but the courts overturned it as a violation of the first amendment. My position is that, unless I have an opportunity for equal response to the caller, it is not a first amendment issue…it’s a privacy invasion.
You can’t tell Knock, Knock jokes to a dog either…Knock, Knock…..bark, bark, bark, bark
You say that every year.