|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2020-11-18 |
First the coyote must do a kegstand, then float a keg, then the coyote will be locked in a cars trunk until it has finished a bottle of malt liqour.
|simon666 - 2020-11-18 |
The coyotes around the camp sites near Furnace Creek are very accustomed to humans. And they're quite large. We got in and saw a coyote going through some one's camp, while they were away. I tried to scare it off, getting within 15 feet of it and it just looked at me. I kept hootin' and hollerin' and threw rocks in its direction. It got bored of me and lolly gagged off. I followed it a bit and it just stopped about 50 feet outside of camp and stared at me. I kept up my charade. It finally turned and just trotted off in the slowest "I don't give two fucks" kind of way. I respect that coyote.
I saw some in broad daylight on a suburban walking trail this summer, just watching the humans walk by from the brush. No fear at all. I think attacks on pets (and even kids) are increasing, so it worries me, but I can't help but feel impressed by the tenacity of the critters, and sad that they've been forced to adapt like that.
|Scrimmjob - 2020-11-19 |
The reenactment of being a jerk to coyotes had me chuckling like a moron, it almost could pass as parody.
|casualcollapse - 2020-11-19 |
They don't say anything about tasing a coyote...
|boner - 2020-11-20 |
I recommend painting a tunnel on the side of a mountain.
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