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Absolutely The Best F**kin Web Cam Ever!!!!!
Badger Cam ~ Live .....
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Ross Kemp .....
Colonel David Hancock (Not the puppy farmer)
Sea eagles
Deerhound crosses in Ireland
An Interesting Read .....
Any Gamers ....?
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Absolutely The Best F**kin Web Cam Ever!!!!!
This one Rocks!  Wood Mice 'n shit!

Seems like, in the morning, a hand appears and drops off this huge pile of chopped peanuts and dried mealworms. Shit's sneaking in for a bit, now and then.

The spot must be under some form of cover. There's a hole left and right of the screen. Right hand one's presently hidden by the nuts.

Last night, 02:30, I'm sat here watching these two Wood Mice having ...
Ban GSD's .....
Ross Kemp .....
I quite like the guy, myself. He's entertaining.

Colonel David Hancock (Not the puppy farmer)
I was just linking this site on a thread on THL and it occurred to me that some on here might like it. He's made his past work available to us all so why look a gifrt horse in the mouth? Plenty of good reading for free here.
Badger Cam ~ Live .....
Just throwing this out there. Not even sure where the hell it is. Never seen a badger yet. But, I don't exactly sit around staring at it either. Seen enough of the f**king things. Badger Wait.
Sea eagles
Anyone seen one yet? I saw one a couple of months ago when I was walking the dogs "out west" from here. When I first saw it in the distance I was thinking "heron" but as it got closer I could see it was a bird of prey and too big to be a harrier. I had the binos on and when I saw it close and saw the beak especially it couldn't be anything else.
On getting home I googled it and found out they had nested only a few miles from where I was.
Thrilling to see one and my best w ...
An Interesting Read .....
Just to add to this thread, after saying I'd never seen one, I've now seen three in the last couple of months. They're definately in West Cork.
Deerhound crosses in Ireland
Hilly wrote:
Here's an updated photo of her.

She was late entering to rabbit by the standards of collie/greys I've had in the past. She started catching them at 10 or 11 months but then self entered to hare at 11 months and then other stuff.
Shaping up to be an all ...
Any Gamers ....?
 Yeah. I know. Probably complete f**king anathema to the few of ye who look in here. But, I had a PS2, a couple of years back. Seriously f**king enjoyed myself on that! Then, I blew my 32" TV up, at just months old, and that was that.

Blah, blah, blah ..... I've recently bought a PS3. Ran it through a hulking lump of a 20" CRT TV. But, today, my new 22", all singing, all dancing, LED flat job arrived [img:8d755fdb4b] ...
Strange ....!
I have this dead letter drop email account, see. And I must have used it to sign a petition one time. Because now, when ever I think to look in there, I tend to get shown these petitions they think I might sign. Usually to do with animals.

Anyway, tonight, I looked in there and there's one about stopping Cub Hunting. Obviously, I have no interest in lending my support to blue haired, British SJW's. So, I f**ked it off.

But, before I did, I read enough to see that they were on about a rally ...
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