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Re: Beautiful Baby Camelot Macaw

Posted by KittyJ (my last post for now, haha) on 6/01/07
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    On 5/30/07, To To Joanne wrote:
    > On 5/30/07, To:To Joanne wrote:
    >> On 5/30/07, To Joanne wrote:
    >>> On 5/28/07, Jo-Ann wrote:
    >>>> On 5/16/07, Barb P. wrote:
    >>>>> On 5/16/07, electra wrote:
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Nice to meet you Miss Electra. Nice to meet ANYBODY possessing at least
    >>>>> some semblance of a NAME here. All these strong opinions & harsh
    >>>>> words.......voices of authority......a regulatory board establishing
    >>>>> prices.....making assumptions & stating them as facts....... All this from
    >>>>> behind silly pseudonyms. Hiding! Evidently thay're not proud enough (or is
    >>>>> it, certain enough?) of what they have to say to put their name on it.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> I'm afraid I'm gonna find one of you guys crouched behind a Rhodadendron in
    >>>>> my garden one of these days! Oh yeah.......the Rhoda's are DEFINITELY
    >>> HYBRIDS!
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Barb the Old Bird Lady
    >>>>>
    >>>>> and as the lyric goes in SPAMALOT, "I ain't dead yet!"
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> To make an analogy of dog "mutts" to bird hybrids is absurd!! Dogs are a
    >>>> species in of itself with different "races" or "breeds" The parrots are of
    >>>> different species - it's like putting a poodle with a hyena! Yes they are both
    >>>> canine in the grouping but are of different species. Another example is mating
    >>>> a horse with a donkey - one way you get a mule the other way an ass - and
    >>>> aren't they sterile?
    >>>>
    >>>> Would you put a Macaw with an African Grey? I hope not!! The closest I can
    >>>> think of to a "mutt" in dog terms is the different colorations of cockatiels
    >>>> and budgies - but even they are more akin to a white tiger. Naturally
    >>>> occurring, but in the wild they would be killed and eaten early in life.
    >>>>
    >>>> To me - the species is the species and should not be tampered with. Why do we
    >>>> as a species have to "improve" everything nature has given us?
    >>>
    >>> Joanne,
    >>> Very very well said!!!! Thank you! Now watch all the people who will come
    >>> back with attitude. People will still do what they do for the almighty
    >>> dollar. Its really really sad that they do this all the while so many birds
    >>> who need homes.
    >>
    >> Funny how you interpret "attitude" with an opinion that differs from yours.
    >
    >
    > Sounds like you are one of them who will do anything for the all mighty dollar.
    If
    > you weren't it wouldn't "ruffle your feathers" hahahaha! I didn't type that with
    > an attitude, I'm still smiling. Its people like you who are so predictable. You
    > must be a woman, you just have to get the last word in don't you LOLOL. xoxo

    Hey men act the same too....heehee


    >
    >
    > To make an analogy of dog "mutts" to bird hybrids is absurd!! Dogs are a
    > species in of itself with different "races" or "breeds" The parrots are of
    > different species - it's like putting a poodle with a hyena! Yes they are both
    > canine in the grouping but are of different species. Another example is mating
    > a horse with a donkey - one way you get a mule the other way an ass - and
    > aren't they sterile?
    >
    > Would you put a Macaw with an African Grey? I hope not!! The closest I can
    > think of to a "mutt" in dog terms is the different colorations of cockatiels
    > and budgies - but even they are more akin to a white tiger. Naturally
    > occurring, but in the wild they would be killed and eaten early in life.
    >
    > To me - the species is the species and should not be tampered with. Why do we
    > as a species have to "improve" everything nature has given us?


    I agree with you 100%!!!!