[LMB] TSK - Lessons to learn

WILLIAM A WENRICH wawenri at msn.com
Sun Jul 7 22:03:03 BST 2019

But giant bat malices do not live by eating food (mosquitoes or other) but by consuming ground.

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William A Wenrich
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Subject: Re: [LMB] TSK - Lessons to learn

On Sun, Jul 07, 2019 at 05:00:27PM +0000, Joel Polowin wrote:
> Gwynne Powell <gwynnepowell at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > And if you see giant bats, it's not a good sign.
> I'd say that that depends on the circumstances.  In and of themselves,
> giant bats would be kind of cool.  It's always interesting to see how
> a living thing lives, *especially* if it's working against extreme
> limitations.  (I except most human celebrities, particularly those who
> operate against the limits of sanity or ethics.  I'm fine with giant
> bugs, but giant douchebags revolt me.)  To me, there would be a problem
> only if the giant bats were a danger to me or others, or if they were
> an indication of some other problem.  As is the situation in the book,
> of course.   But a giant bat that somehow slurped down its own weight
> in mosquitos every day?  Can I have some more, please?

as long as it also is not rabid.

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