Happy In Bag

Friday, May 29, 2009

Let's Not Make Way For Ducklings











Forget about the mayoral recall, the economic recession and the Royals' cold streak. The Kansas City area is facing a more immediate crisis. The Canadian goose problem is completely out of hand. Earlier this week I watched this flock stop rush hour traffic on Main Street near The Plaza. That's just not acceptable. I implore my fellow drivers to simply mow down these revolting pests.

8 Comments:

  • At 10:27 AM, Blogger Xavier Onassis said…

    First with the cute little squirrels, now with the geese! You're a real critter H8R, aren't ya? You should join PETA...People Eating Tasty Animals. :)

     
  • At 12:21 PM, Blogger Christy said…

    DIE GEESE, DIE!!!

    *ahem*

    My bedroom used to be 10 yards away from a goose-infested pond. There's nothing like geese waking you up at 4:00 AM to fill you with hatred for all winged beings.

     
  • At 12:27 PM, Blogger Faith said…

    Srsly!

    Um, geese? Just a little tip for ya: YOU CAN FLY. We can't. If you don't wanna get hit, use those flappy wing thingers, and go OVER us instead of in front of us. Silly geese...

     
  • At 1:12 PM, Anonymous Buggs said…

    Wow...again,that's mean and heartless. You have deeper issues than "not being an animal person"

     
  • At 10:56 PM, Blogger dumbwhore said…

    I'm right there with you pal. Run those fuckers right the hell over. That said, we clearly don't see eye to eye on rock and roll concerts from your other post.

     
  • At 1:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    CANADA geese, dummy - NOT "Canadian."

    they fly over k.c. every fucking year, twice a year, coming and going - you'd think SOMEONE in this town could get their name right.

     
  • At 2:06 PM, Blogger Happy In Bag said…

    If they made for good eatin', XO, a lot of our problems would be solved.

    Thanks for your affirmations, Christy, Faith and DW.

    Sorry to upset you, Buggs.

    Darned if you aren't right, Anon! Thanks for the correction. But here's the thing- a good number of them don't fly over. They stay here year round.

     
  • At 7:48 PM, Anonymous dumbwhore said…

    Ironically, they're no longer a protected species. But it's been so long since anyone hunted them that no one is really passing the tradition on between generations.

     

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