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boxcar wrote:Coal and a certified letter from the sheriff.He deserves nothing less.
wpdj61 wrote:I'll take that coal anyday. The company gives me a lot of something which looks like coal but is nowhere near as pleasant.Maybe all that chirping and fluttering was a sob story in itself
By the way, I once had a sparrow on my train. We took him from Dover to Mt. Tabor. It took me that long to catch him. Fortunately, he was not in the cars where the passengers were. I guess, technically, I threw him off at Tabor. At least he had no sob story of why he didn't have a ticket.
Maybe all that chirping and fluttering was a sob story in itselfDefinitely not. All the sob stories I hear always start like this....
The bird was obviously on drugs and spent all of it's money on a cheap high and couldn't afford the $1.50 fare.He was obviously down on his luck and just needed a lift. I heard about a pretty popular feeder in the Denville area and I think he was just trying to make it there. I think he let me catch him at Tabor knowing full well that he wanted off there anyway.
Not good Scott, Mt. Tabor is an unsafe station to throw off a sparrow. The Blue Jays are rough in that area. I hope he doesn't cherp to customer servive. The Sheriff might get involved.Howard, the bluejays like to sleep in. You are usually safe there till about 11AM. After that, forget it. If all customer service is as inept as those at Secaucus, I don't have anything to worry about. I have it on good authority that the local PD are having their way with the sheriff. Seems as though he lost his license and is having some legal trouble. Mumbles knows can tell you all about that.