Check out these BFFs, leaping and soaring straight out of the classic nursery rhyme. Now all we need is a pea-green boat, a small guitar, honey, money, mince, quince, and a runcible spoon, whatever the heck that is.
Their music set toes a-tapping and touched a generation in that very special place. And now, for the very first time, Q-Tel Records is proud to present the timeless folk song stylings of The Wingston Trio!
You’ll hear all the classic hits: If I Had a Hamster • (My Feathers Are) Blowin’ in the Wind • Where Have All the Fowlers Gone • and many more!
Peter G. writes: “Today I assisted with the banding of three peregrine falcon chicks (eyases) here in Providence, RI. I’m so honored that I get to be part of this annual event – my favorite day of the year.” See more action over at Providence Raptors!
Need instant cash? Up to your beak in bills? Birdhouse facing foreclosure? Then fly on down to Twerp Brothers Pawnbrokers! We pay top dollar so you can afford to feather your nest! Just look for the birds arranged in a pawnbroker’s symbol!
Another quality foraged link pawned off by Ant.
BEHOLD MY SNOWFLAKE TIARA!
According to Sender-Inner Dustin H., this shot was taken during a “redoinkulus” snow storm in the New Mexico mountains.
(click!) I blinked, didn’t I? I always blink, it drives me nuts! OK, let’s try again…
(click!) ARRRRGGGGH! DAMMITDAMMITDAMMIT!!
Photographed in NTMTOM-O-RAMA™ at Busch Gardens Williamsburg.
(continued from page 12) as my eyes quickly swept the room, desperately searching for a means of escape. Again and again I called for help, but I was cut off — trapped with an unholy monster bent on my destruction. Every second counted now; the incessant lunging of the beast left me no time to think. It would take only one errant step, one moment’s hesitation, to seal my fate forever…
Wait, I was about to ask you the same question!
Jayden A. solves the mystery: “Miagi thought our dog Isabella was her mommy!”
Major funding for Cute Overload comes from the Corporation for Potluck Broadcasting, and from the following:
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and from the Bad Idea Foundation, helping people discover the power of bad ideas;
And the generous submissions of Sarah G., Sigrid M., Miriam S., and the ongoing support of (say with me now) viewers like you.