Friday, April 14, 2006

Fruitbats


Here is a picture of a fruitbat. See if you can spot more fruitbats on this blog. Happy Good Friday! So far I have eaten a hot cross bun. It's raining. There's nothing on TV. J and I are about to start painting the sitting room, D.I.Y being the traditional Spring Bank Holiday activity. Up the ladders we go, while Miff purrs on a nest she has made out of an old tracksuit. She is absolutely filthy, having rolled outside in the yard. She is more like a fat labrador than a cat.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't you think it's a bit mean to these sweet little flying mammals to compare them to human wackos? Seeing a picture of one, I feel sorry for the bats.
-Caro.

April 14, 2006 7:01 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Having trouble posting a comment..

April 14, 2006 7:02 pm  
Anonymous Beth said...

I have always loved fruitbats ever since I lived in Cyprus in the 1970's. We used to sit outside our house in the evening, around a big table, under a huge and beautiful fig tree. The fruitbats would flock to the fig tree and swoop low quite close to us. They had lovely little faces.

April 14, 2006 9:01 pm  
Blogger TheTruthMan said...

So you're the one who put that secret camera in my living room.

April 15, 2006 10:01 am  
Blogger steve said...

All you can do is laugh at them fjl. I've been quiet because I have been here before, I have tried to debate with "alternative truth investigators" or whatever they are. Tried, and failed. Not because they won, but because they present fake evidence to contradict common sense, yes fake. I have seen a lot of fake footage many of them claim to be real, mostly in connection with 9/11.

Back in the early days after 7/7 I debated on one "truthseeker" blog, they had no answers to beat common sense. If they can't answer they throw a tantrum and wait for another "truth wombat" to come along and stick up for them till there is a team of them peddling increasingly bizarre theories. I don't understand their mentality, especially as most of their theories are science/material/physics based, as a designer I just have to pretend they aren't there since what they suggest contradicts even the most basic of science.

I hate to bring up a theory, but many 9/11 truth seekers believe one of the planes was a hologram and didn't exist at all. A hologram?!

Bring in the whitecoats.

April 19, 2006 12:05 pm  

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