What is the deal with birds?
#41
Wow, I learned something new today.

https://youtu.be/TbpE-5sGQBk

https://youtu.be/guBwMUAWAJI
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#42
http://naturemappingfoundation.org/natma...raven.html
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#43
BIIIIIIIIIIIIRDS

LIKE WUUUUT
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#44
WUUUUUUUT
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#45
(02-09-2021, 09:30 AM)Mister Obvious Wrote: WUUUUUUUT

Someone should make a perfume called BIRDS BE TRIPPIN', to capture that early-spring scent where all the flowers are screaming "fuuuck meeee" to the bees, and birds are going out of their fucking minds with song. 

Either that or someone should make a special kind of shotgun with a yard-saturating spray so that you can kill anything that's making noise within a 50-yard radius... on those days when you might want to sleep in.
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#46
Birds be trippin', y'all.
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#47
(06-12-2016, 09:10 AM)Mister Obvious Wrote: Not only do the specific kinds of birds start singing at the same time, they also STOP singing at the same time. Certain birds sing at certain times of the day under certain conditions.

So you're suggesting they're on a sensory awareness we cannot tune into where as they can biologically communicate telepathically or
are quantumly connected through biosingularities in their brain we cannot discover.

Like that book. The PuppetMasters. 

What does all that mean?

They start singing at the same time, they also STOP singing at the same time...certain birds sing at certain times of the day under certain conditions; I'm certain of it.

How about them nocturnal mating calls you hear occasionally if you stay up late. Singing away in the dark of the morning.

What's up with that? I think I've only heard one type of singing from one type of bird calling in the night.
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#48
Yoda 
They were once big and ate us. Now we are big and eat them.
If you ever cut a chickens head off on the block as I have.
You pick them up they cluck they all calm, they know whats gonna happen.
Then you calmly lay them down on the block.
You know what they do? They close their eyes and lay their head there for you.
Birds know their purpose their meaning.
They don't wanna get ate, but when they know they was born for bein ate.
They ok with watchin the sun come up for their time they here.

Wild birds another thing. They know they are born dead, they have no chance.
They fight with the motherfucking WIND and SUN and PREDATORS, my dude just to live as long as they know wont be long.
And sometimes, when you talk to them, they trust you, they get used to you.
They know you aint gonna hurt em.
That is a bad thing for them if something wants to ate them.
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#49
Yoda 
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#50
(02-12-2021, 08:23 AM)ELFUNGANINOMAXIMUS Wrote: If you ever cut a chickens head off on the block as I have.
You pick them up they cluck they all calm, they know whats gonna happen.
Then you calmly lay them down on the block.
You know what they do? They close their eyes and lay their head there for you.

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#51
(04-23-2018, 08:24 AM)Mister Obvious Wrote: Birds are to sky as fish are to sea

Heart
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#52
Yoda 
I talked to this bird today really close about a meter from me, when I got out my car he was sitting on this other car.
I think I had a convo with him for about 5 mins, then he flew off im like oh ok fly away now fella.
He was really close to me looking me in the eyes, not a usual thing, he just knew I was talking to him and wouldnt harm him.
It was a mudlark could have been male or female.
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#53
Yoda 
If you ever watch the movie "After Earth" with will smith you can see how even big birds consider young humans like their own young.
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#54
(02-13-2021, 10:38 AM)ELFUNGUSBIRDMAN Wrote: "After Earth" ... big birds ... young.

Big bird's flying across the sky
Throwing shadows on our eyes...

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#55
Yoda 
(02-13-2021, 05:26 PM)Star Melter Wrote: Big bird's flying across the sky
Throwing shadows on our eyes...




Quote:Fuckin love that song man never even heard it before thanks for that.
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#56
(02-13-2021, 05:26 PM)Star Melter Wrote: Big bird's flying across the sky
Throwing shadows on our eyes...

I put the apostrophe in "Bird's" so that it's not plural-- as in "Big Bird is flying across the sky". I just find the image of Sesame Street's Big Bird casting shadows over the world as he flies away from the earth forever to be kind of heady and cool. Also, Neil Young is the ultimate "Muppet in human form".
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