Douglas Adams comforts Cambridge MA in its time of need

Apparently coyotes have been sighted in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The city animal commission’s response is entitled “Coyotes in the City – a time for Precaution not Panic.” Which I immediately read as DON’T PANIC! written in large friendly letters. Good advice, at least until the coyotes start reading horrific poetry to the wild turkeys.

(Via most excellent Martini-Corona)

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One Response to Douglas Adams comforts Cambridge MA in its time of need

  1. Martini-Corona says:

    “Coyotes thrive in suburban/urban as well as rural areas,” whispered Running Stag softly as he ran his hand up her milky thigh. “They will utilize whatever food is naturally available, including small animals, birds, insects, fruit, garbage, pet food, birdseed and compost,” he continued, his voice becoming husky. She lay back, head swimming in ecstasy, and tried to remember that coyotes are typically shy and elusive, but they can be seen individually, in pairs or in small groups where food is commonly found.

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