Change Of Life

I love birds so much, I have decided to become an Eagle next Monday – for a few months.

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28 Responses to Change Of Life

  1. Lance says:

    careful around wind turbines then!

  2. RossN says:

    “They shall mount up with wings as eagles” – Isaiah 40:31

  3. Eric Simpson says:

    Awesome. Great idea. Though I hope that doesn’t prevent you from continuing your awesome and consequential blog work.

  4. John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

    Enjoy Tony. Come back soon. Hope you like Steve Miller.

  5. Wang Wei Lin says:

    While not as elegant as an eagle, I would like to be pelican. Floating on coastal breezes and snacking on fish would be idyllic.

  6. Louis Hooffstetter says:

    If this involves peyote… it’s none of our business.
    Just be careful with that bucket list.

  7. Great decision. I’d so much like to do the same

  8. Robertv says:

    Is that an already existing gender identity ? What pronoun do you want us to use ?

  9. John of Cloverdale WA says:

    One of my surfboards “sea eagle”.
    6′ 8″ flextail quad. It flies!

  10. Robertv says:

    on bike

  11. arn says:

    When i was small i was so progressive that i was a toast.
    Long before the AGW cult said that we are all toast.
    Sadly,as toast-i was dicriminated by bread.Telling me i’m not a real bread
    but a low quality bastard.
    Too soft,too much sugar etc.
    That’s why i turned into a boeing 747-and was discriminated once again.
    I was not allowed to land whereever i want to.

    Btw-Lauren Southern became legally a man two years ago in Ontario by simply saying she is one.

  12. Robertv says:

    Who will be your prey ?

  13. David M. says:

    PETA will soon seek an injunction against “cultural misappropriation”:-)

  14. Bob Grise says:

    Didn’t you mean you will be an Eagle, a Philadelphia Eagle, this coming Sunday?
    I would like to see the Eagles win. I would also like to see their fans behave. The latter is probably asking for too much.

    • RAH says:

      I don’t care if the thugs or the cheaters win. Makes no difference to me.

    • tonyheller says:

      Getting warmer …

      • Robertv says:

        There you have it ! Mann was right.

        • RAH says:

          I believe you were the guy that informed me of what the area that Honors Foods is located in is called. Just thought I would let you know that we dropped that load because a driver was there listening to a gun fight one block over. No more trips to Honors Foods for us.

          • I. Lou Minotti says:

            Welcome to the “City of Brotherly Shove.” After giving up my Eagles season tickets due to the knuckle-dragging morons that attended the games at the old Vet Stadium (now Lincoln Financial Field), we later moved away to a more irenic area.

            I still pull for the Eagles, but now in safer environs–like my living room.

            You were smart to drop the load and to never go back!

          • RAH says:

            I still go to Philly or across the river from it quite often. In fact on Wednesday this week I picked up a 42,777 lb. load of canned premium dog food in Pennsauken, NJ. It was rush hour when I headed out so I decided to use the Betsy Ross Bridge to get to I-90 and go north Hwy 63 to US 1 to get to the PA Turnpike and head west. It was a good decision despite sitting for 15 minutes waiting for the drawbridge. Guess it would be too much to ask for them to make it rule to time ships so they don’t have to pass during the highest traffic hours.

            As for the NFL, I’m with you. I’m done with them and wouldn’t go to an SB even if the Colts were in it. Such a shame.

  15. smalltownfool says:

    Sounds like you’re going to either teach or take a college class this semester. Is it Boston College, Texas Tech, Oral Roberts, or Georgia Southern? I hope you have time to keep up to the blog. My day wouldn’t be complete without a real climat science hit.

  16. smalltownfool says:

    Guess I missed the obvious choice, the University of Colorado. Teaching or taking a class?

  17. Gamecock says:

    Tony, I highly recommend two books for you:

    ‘The Sibley Guide to Birds, Second Edition,’ David Allen Sibley

    ‘The Sibley Guide to Bird Life & Behavior,’ David Allen Sibley

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