Nor does your "caging children" influence. Checkmate, bucko.
Stop trying to change or mutilate the subject of this lousy debate. You started
this "caging children", Patsy started this "refer to this poo article for why parrots
should not be clipped", so don't make it look like you are the Saint of THIS
And that crap about "clipping is like cutting of children's legs"? Well, opinions are
like pimples; everyone has at least one even if it can't be seen.
For being a "fountain of knowledge", the waters are sure stagnent. Even my parents
having eight kids and a menagerie of pets within the houshold, we still had time to
spend with our dearest Senna, and my parents are able to give her everything she needs
to flurish into smart and caring individual. Birds have more "human" characteristics
then people give them credit for, and when they are in a different environment then a
wild-type habitat, they appropriate themselves into that environment the best they can
(in short, they ADAPT).
On 1/13/06, Scott wrote:
> This has nothing to do with wing clipping -Scott-