Feeding the hawk

“Yes, Simba, but let me explain. When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life.”

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6 Responses to Feeding the hawk

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    I have a feeling maybe that soldier isn’t, you know, part of an infantry unit. Just a gut feeling. Half the guys in my unit in the 82nd would have eaten the mouse themselves.

  2. R.D. Walker says:

    As I now no longer believe my eyes if what I am seeing came to me via the intertoobs, I am willing to entertain the possibility it is all CGI including the plastic water bottle that rolls out of the trashcan and the ginger soldier with the heart of gold.

  3. Cold Warrior says:

    Could be CGI.
    It also appears the guy is a cadet at the South Hudson Institute of Technology.
    Also, one guy is wearing brown boots, the other black.
    The river looks like the Hudson with Storm King Mountain in the background on the west side of the river.
    Funny video.
    Thanks,
    CW

  4. sortahwitte says:

    We would have used the mouse to catch something really good to eat. Like a condor or a eagle. Mmmmmmm.

  5. Cold Warrior says:

    About 15 years ago I was on a cruise in Alaska. In Glacier Bay, as we approached the glaciers, a Forest Ranger was giving a talk over the loudspeakers about the eagles, the seals, etc. He directed the passengers to a small chunk of ice near the ship where a mother seal had just given birth. Many were oohing and aahing at the marvelous event they had just witnessed.

    Not more than thirty seconds later, a bald eagle swooped down and snatched the baby seal in its talons and flew away with it.

    It was a classic “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom” moment.

    Thanks,
    CW

  6. tahDeetz says:

    The owls love muh garden during the winter. Field-meeses beware!
    tD

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