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Re: Lets talk about cockatoos :)

Posted by me again on 3/16/07
(23) Comments

    On 3/16/07, Phil/Wild wrote:
    > On 3/12/07, cheri wrote:
    >> On 3/11/07, phil/wild wrote:
    >>> On 3/11/07, KittyJ wrote:
    >>>> Micky, I had to laugh at your post. I have no idea what your saying
    >>>> lol
    >>>> Phil. I thought th vids were cute. Your birds are beautiful! I want
    >>>> to build a large outside enclosure for Bokka, and my fid family,
    >>>> that would be just too cool :)
    >>> Thanks Kitty. Here is my Boy Ziggy. i love them all!
    >> I saw this and it looked fun... I am so sorry Lora ... Me My name is
    >> Cheri and I have a wonderful Goffin he is a cuddle bug.. last night he
    >> was acting really weird he fell in love with my so the
    >> breeding thing ok. he is a very well behaved bird rarely makes a noise
    >> unless he wants something, other than that just rides with me or hangs
    >> on his cage or plays with his toys, He is my first too.. i have others
    >> he joins a Mustache parakeet, quaker and jenday as well as teils.. we
    >> have a very happy little flock going on here no problems.. it is fun to
    >> see your photos unfortunatley I was unable to see the vidio ): .. well
    >> thanks for letting me join in...
    >> Cheri
    > the worse thing is happening. my significant other and i are splitting up
    > So Now i have to sell My babies. Hopefully the troll thats making fun of my
    > divorce will give it a break. i can't stand board TROLLS.Living at home
    > with mommy or what ever but to attack me by saying "who didn't see that
    > coming".This is why its hard to be productive on this board.
    > Best regard phillip


    I thought you were gay (not that there's anything wrong with that) if I'm not
    mistaken. So if you are, a split from your "significant other" is
    technically not a divorce.
    And then you were going for your PhD, too if I recall correctly?
    What I find so amusing (and sad) is that when a break up happens, regardless
    of gender, each one is so financially devastated that they have to sell what
    is most precious to them. Living large only works when you have the money to
    do so.
    I, on the other hand, have enough money to support myself, own my home
    outright, and will NEVER have to sell a bird to pay for a "divorce."

    As far as affording your birds, you couldn't offer me a cockatoo for free.
    They are not birds that make good pets, and obviously too costly too
    maintain, as you've proven by having to sell them.

    My statement about "who didn't see that coming" was in reference to your
    rants and raves over the time you've spent here on Birdmart. To me, you do
    not appear stable. That is why I could "see" the break up coming.

    Happy now?

    Earnestina Simple