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#1 jahloon

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Posted 09 February 2012 - 01:08 PM

Quite recently there has been a video claiming that this Swedish farmer's rabbit has taken on the role of sheepdog.

Well I watched this video and the rabbit is not herding the sheep, good Lord there are only five of them, and they are following this bloke around who has a bucket full of sheep treats.

I mean, does no one look at anything objectively anymore?

Now the rabbit is most likely on a string. The film is cut so many times the rabbit is porbably running off to do something more productive.

You can train rabbits to run after sheep too, especially if carrots are involved.

And another thing, remember that advert on the telly with the kitten stood on top of the tortoise as it walked along? That kitten was glued on, yes, watch it in detail, see how the kitty balances, err... defies laws of friction / gravity = glue. :ranting:
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#2 gazmungus

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Posted 09 February 2012 - 01:21 PM

Now that's done it.

You've used the two most antagonising words imaginable to a cornishman. "Sheep" and "carrot"

Feeling all big girl's blouse and shall write a stiffy one to the mail...

Oooooh if only Diana were here....

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#3 Kai

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Posted 09 February 2012 - 01:50 PM

And don't get me started on the blurry vid (from that respected scientific journal, the Sun) of what is claimed to be a baby mammoth(!) in a Siberian river; the "trunk" that's swinging is highly likely to be a large fish that a fat brown bear is holding in its mouth. (Occam's Razor, people, Occam's Razor.)

The keen critical thinking skills of those believing this vid's captioned assertion seem to have missed that a) it's next to impossible for any band of mammoths to have gone on reproducing, foraging, etc. for 10,000 years+ since the last Ice Age without being noticed by someone (not to mention thus likely being wiped out by them), B) these large Ice Age mammals' habitat was generally open grassland and tundra, not the thick forest shown in the vid, and c)) how likely is it that a baby member of any species of elephant (always social and gregarious, and vigilant of the whereabouts of their young) would be standing alone in the middle of a river?

BTW, the rabbits were following the carrots rammed up the sheep's posteriors. (Thus endeth my attempt at a Gazza impression and incitement to Cornish rioting.)
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Posted 20 February 2012 - 10:36 AM

F me sideways, its getting worse....

There is a telly advert to sponsor / adopt / whatever a Snow Leopard for 2 quid a month.

They show the usual Snow Leopard shots then cut to a Snow Leopard skin hanging on a barn door, then cut to a close up of the Snow Leopard's face with a sad expression - yes some one has photoshopped the eyes to make it look sad.

For fuck's sake does no one notice this flagrant misuse? Take a look at a real Snow Leopard, they don't look sad, the look like keen hunters, alert, clever, but not fucking sad. Twats. :ranting: :ranting:
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