Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Bullwinkle Is A Liar

Forget everything those cute little cartoons told you: moose are freakin' scary. Last night our car narrowly avoided a close encounter with one; had we come along a mere five seconds later we'd have had a head-on collision with either the moose or the car in the other lane. So my Traveling Companion and I decided we didn't want to spend another two hours driving through pitch-dark rural regions to our next scheduled stop; instead, we pulled into a small town and checked into a surprisingly good hotel, where I wrote this week's Art of the Possible blog post comparing Canada to America. (My conclusion: for all its faults, the Canadian government trusts its people far more than the American government trusts theirs.)

Check-out time approacheth. Gotta go. Wish me luck for a moose-free day.


Blogger Anne O'Neimaus said...

Glad you came out OK.
Good luck on a moose-free day.

6:27 AM  
Anonymous A Moose said...

Yep, people who haven't been 'round there don't know how dangerous they really are. Glad you didn't get too close.

6:44 AM  
Anonymous smartass sob said...

A Moose said...
Yep, people who haven't been 'round...

Well there goes all hope of a "moose-free day," I guess. ;-)

7:17 AM  
Anonymous a moose said...

Yep, that's true ;)

7:50 AM  
Anonymous Boris Badenov said...

You think moose are bad?

Just wait til you meetup with flying squirrel.

11:45 PM  
Blogger Anne O'Neimaus said...

@BB: "Just wait til you meetup with flying squirrel."

No kidding! See:


9:46 AM  

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