This could be the beginning of the end of willful ignorance.
Bubulcus ibis ORDER: PELECANIFORMES FAMILY: ARDEIDAE
The short, thick-necked Cattle Egret spends most of its time in fields rather than streams. It forages at the feet of grazing cattle, head bobbing with each step, or rides on their backs to pick at ticks. This stocky white heron has yellow plumes on its head and neck during breeding season. Originally from Africa, it found its way to North America in 1953 and quickly spread across the continent. Elsewhere in the world, it forages alongside camels, ostriches, rhinos, and tortoises—as well as farmers’ tractors.
(Photo in Kenya by Lisa Ware for RiverHouse Photography of Caughdenoy, NY)
“Any strike on the Bushehr Nuclear Reactor will cause the immediate death of thousands of people living in or adjacent to the site, and thousands of subsequent cancer deaths or even up to hundreds of thousands depending on the population density along the contamination plume.”
– Center for Strategic and International Studies
This is the most delicious thing I’ve read in months. The mass psychosis which was generated by the election of Barack Hussein Obama has resulted in the Governor of Texas ordering his State Guard to keep an eye on the United States military.
Lest they attempt to violate the sovereignty or honor of the Great State of Texas. By having their foreign exercises…errr…what..They aren’t foreign?
(Hat tip to Holden Freeze)