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Wiploc

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Spotted this morning in my grading tab:

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Apparently we're supposed to grade the students with "likes" and emoticons now?

I blame my generation for this entirely. Also late stage capitalism.
 

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Can't wait for the trial... and the horse's lawyers are asking if the guy was wearing underwear.
 

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Stan Marsh: "Damn, I wonder how drunk he needs to be to make sweet love to the pig."
 

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This image made me laugh.
The crows have been entertaining my horse for the last week, bringing him dead moles and everything!

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This image made me laugh.
The crows have been entertaining my horse for the last week, bringing him dead moles and everything!

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Reminds me of when I was sitting in a Burger King parking lot eating my lunch. Warm summer day, car windows open. A Sea Gull lands on my driver side mirror and stared in at me from a foot and a half away. I don't eat french fries so I really didn't have anything to give him. Frankly, they're mean looking birds and I was quite intimidated.
 

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Been bitten by seagulls and pelicans so many times. Probably at least a half dozen times by the same pelican that lived on the Naples FL fishing pier and stole from fishermen. They funny but kind of ornery. 😆
 

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We used to tell my niece to not feed the seagulls but she wouldn't listen and she'd end up with a swarm of seagulls circling over her and pooping on her.
 

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Ring bill gulls are famous for inhabiting parking lots away the ocean. My supermarket/pharmacy parking lot along with local restaurants has attacked a flock of about 40 gulls who are just always around in a middle mostly unused parking area at a shopping center. In snow they go to the close-by lake. Note the black ring around the bill. Ring Bill Gull.

Humans through out a lot of food that gulls like.

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On the other hand Herring gulls are a lot bigger and usually have an orange or red mark on the lower bill. They will also stalk people's food and steal it right out from under them. I've not seen a lot of herring gulls much inland but I'm sure they do.

But they sure love the ocean. Especially ocean beaches where people are not careful about their food.

Below is a herring gull being drowned by a bald eagle.

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Ring gill gulls are famous for inhabiting parking lots away the ocean. My supermarket/pharmacy parking lot along with local restaurants has attacked a flock of about 40 gulls who are just always around in a middle mostly unused parking area at a shopping center. In snow they go to the close-by lake. Note the black ring around the bill. Ring Bill Gull.

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There is a monument to seagulls in Salt lake City, over 800 miles from the ocean. The story is that the crops of the early settlers were being devastated by a swarm of locusts which meant that the settlers would have no food for the approaching winter. "Miraculously" a massive flock of seagulls appeared and ate the locusts, saving the croup and so the settlers.

The story generally fails to mention that thousands of California gulls congregate on The Great Salt Lake every year.
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We are in S Central Colorado. MANY miles from the ocean and a mile and a half above it in altitude.
Most people here call seagulls "dump ducks" because they congregate around landfills.
 

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We are in S Central Colorado. MANY miles from the ocean and a mile and a half above it in altitude.
Most people here call seagulls "dump ducks" because they congregate around landfills.
They apparently aren't restricted to the sea. A tour guide told a group I was in that it wasn't even correct to call them that. After she'd repeated "They're gulls, they're not seagulls." a few times, we started talking about Nazi gulls.
 

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Ring gill gulls are famous for inhabiting parking lots away the ocean. My supermarket/pharmacy parking lot along with local restaurants has attacked a flock of about 40 gulls who are just always around in a middle mostly unused parking area at a shopping center. In snow they go to the close-by lake. Note the black ring around the bill. Ring Bill Gull.

Humans through out a lot of food that gulls l

There is a monument to seagulls in Salt lake City, over 800 miles from the ocean. The story is that the crops of the early settlers were being devastated by a swarm of locusts which meant that the settlers would have no food for the approaching winter. "Miraculously" a massive flock of seagulls appeared and ate the locusts, saving the croup and so the settlers.

The story generally fails to mention that thousands of California gulls congregate on The Great Salt Lake every year.
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Perennial miracle!
 

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FYI!
You can adjust the size of the images you post.

Before you click Post Reply or in Edit mode, if you click an image, you'll see blue squares appear at the corners. Just drag one of those squares inward or outward to resize.

Posting this because some of y'all's images are
GINORMOUS. If you have to scroll to see the whole image, do us a favor and shrink it a bit. Thank you!
 

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When resizing an image, you can hold the shape constant (so the image doesn't distort) by holding a key while you drag the blue square.

I think it's the Control key. But, if that doesn't work, try the shift key.
 

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When resizing an image, you can hold the shape constant (so the image doesn't distort) by holding a key while you drag the blue square.

I think it's the Control key. But, if that doesn't work, try the shift key.

The default is to maintain the aspect ratio. Drag any single square and it will not distort. No need to hold any key.
 
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