Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Bob, Oct 3, 2005.
squirrels being addicted to crack on an estate
The squirrels have appeared on a teatowel!
Wildlife Of London Tea Towel
Thanks. That's a couple of presents sorted.
Here's one in red:
do they do it on a t-shirt?
It's designed by a "Peckham-based creative collective"
About Garudio Studiage
They have a web shop, but it seems that design is not available as a T-shirt
screenprinters? bet they'd do it if it was a big enough order
Design your own and get one via streetshirts
ooh good call, that'll give me something to play with thisafty
this may be as good as it gets
Just had this made up....
Crack squirrels just got a mention on Radio 4's The Unbelievable Truth. David Mitchell said it was true because it had been reported in the papers and mentioned a quote from the Sun.
I was listening to that as well!
Brexit has an effect on wildlife
I was half listening to it then heard the word "crack squirrels"
Full program here.
BBC Radio 4 - The Unbelievable Truth, Series 20, Episode 3
I think it must be half way through.
And now it's eels.....
Eels are getting high on cocaine in Britain's drug-polluted rivers
always thought they were wrong 'uns
Now the bees are at it
Late update: why have I not been informed of the existence of the Malabar squirrel, perhaps soon to be renamed the Psytrance Squirrel? Twice the size of its European or North American counterparts, lives in India, has vari-coloured coat of extreme flamboyance:
maybe because they're opium eaters not crack addicts
Good to see this front page again. Well played, Bob
So that's why those seals are shoving eels up their noses.
I couldn't get into that - Mr Bezos has a pay wall.
Can I recommend this alternative publication dealing with the same issue - including a 20 second clip of an attack squirrel "acting out" in a age.
Meth-fueled 'attack squirrel' rescued in Alabama drug bust
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