...Well, crack me once and call me "whipped"... I thought it was "Jim"... not "to
Jim"... I thought this was you...
My bad. Tee-hee. My regular computer monitor went *poof* with a puff of smoke
during a power surge yesterday... I am on a really crappy spare.
On 1/12/06, Jim wrote:
> On 1/12/06, to Jim wrote:
>> Birds that fly land on the floor and get stepped on. Worse yet, they land on
>> the street and get run over.
>> Oh, and you are the only one saying that we "cripple" them to "suit our
>> What a rock-headed fool you are being. Harnesses. How do you explain
>> that? That's like putting a child on a leash!!! Talk about CONTROLLING.
>> Are you confused? Is it free-flight or not? NOT. Not with a harness!
>> One day, you will have a revelation. I just hope it is not at the expense
>> of a parrot.
> Whoever you are what on earth are you talking about?
> 1. I have not said a bird kept inside should never have a light wing clip.
> I do say it is wrong wrong wrong to never allow a bird room to fly ever.
> 2. What are you talking about if you are addressing me???
> ******What a rock-headed fool you are being. Harnesses. How do you explain
> that? That's like putting a child on a leash!!! Talk about CONTROLLING.
> Are you confused? Is it free-flight or not? NOT. Not with a harness!
> Words of whomever, as a whimp with no name wrote the above.
> 3. I have never used a harness in my life.
> I have never and do not want to keep birds as PETS inside
> I only care for birds who have been hurt or lost and try to find good homes but
> some are beyond most people wanting to take them in as they need a bit of extra
> care. I love birds and all animals. Oh yes I do have one Galah who had been
> tormented by kids with stones and in a bad way when I rescued him (wish I could
> belt the kids until they could not walk) anyway this Galah can now go and come
> as he pleases and chooses to come inside lol and sits on my foot as I study or
> watch tele. I have expressed my views and thanks to most people for being civil
> and sorry to ramble on as long posts are a pain in the proverbial.