Sunday, March 12, 2017

"Great Planet"

 John McLoughlin, the sage and hermit of Talpa and the least known paleoartist who helped discover the birdlike nature of Dinos, sent me the following:

"Wild radioactive boars contaminated by the meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear plant six years ago are now roaming northern Japan by the hundreds, rampaging through crops and occasionally attacking humans. If you are planning a trip to Japan soon, do not eat wild boar."
[The New York Times/Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura]

Perhaps only John (self-portrait above) would preface this with "I mean, is this a great planet or what?

2 comments:

Keith Brady said...

Shades of Chernobyl

Bill OLeary said...

Mr. Bodio-
As a falconer for 40+ years I am always eager to read more on the subject. I was given a copy of Eagle Dreams for Christmas and just finished it. I particularly liked your description of how to train a hawk on page 29. Your skill showed itself by summarizing in 5 sentences what some books take a hundred pages to say.

Thanks,
Bill
Marion, IL