Forget lawns! Get Marigold and a bunch of her friends together and hire out as a brush-clearing service! I once saw a herd of goats munching away on a steep brushy hillside—the landowner said he’d hired them and their herder for brushfire prevention. They were pretty cool to watch, but unicorns would be way better!
Hmmm, Anton, do you think it might be your dietary habits? I doubt you’ve turned vegan.
Dream-logic takes care of all that.
That is slaveholder thinking! Remember, it was against the law in most slave-holding states to teach slaves to read and write, based on the (correct) assumption that educated slaves would rebel against their subjugation.
Probably nothing. I put out birdseed just so I can look at the birds that come to the feeder, and plant all kinds of nectar sources just so I can watch the butterflies and hummingbirds dance. I enjoy watching the different varieties of bees that visit my garden, and even get a kick out of those thieving bandits of squirrels who raid the bird feeder. The entertainment value is payment enough.
He may not be a welcome addition. When I lived in Oregon, the ranch where I kept my horse was next to a farm that kept peacocks. Even though they were a quarter mile away, the calls of the peacocks echoed loudly across the whole valley. “Peacocks are very noisy during the breeding season, especially when they call with repeated penetrating screams. Not only do they scream but the male makes a unique call just before he mates with a female. As he dashes toward her he lets out a bell-like whoop.” For a sample check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgDw2iIcmQ0
And don’t forget “social conscience” and “social contract”!
He probably belongs to the Rene Guyon Society, which has the motto “Sex by Eight or It’s Too Late.”
How about one for the guy who murdered 6 y/o Aiden Leos just because his mother flipped him off?
Of course you should. You wouldn’t be it this fix if you’d just left the poor giant ape on his island.