Maybe you don’t live in Lakeside and missed this on Saturday. Well: there it is.
Sorry Big E, I must correct you - this is the Congdon neighborhood.
Why would a person do something like that, unless s/he is a twisted little #$%^.
Poor thing, indeed.
For the record, I'm familiar with the concept of Congdon. But people going to Lakeside (like me, and the various other people I know who commented on this) would arguably be more likely to have passed this.
The concept is not very original.
Sweet! As reported and discussed on this past Saturday's Danny on the Radio on KDAL!
You mean this is a trend??? Now I know why I am turning into such a misanthrope.
Twisted little @#$#s.
I wouldn't say it's a trend. It's like the Lionel Richie poster. Somebody saw a photo on the internet and decided to imitate it.
I could understand the celebration if it were a skunk.
Maybe they marked it so no one would drive over it when they tried to park
l've been known to pull over, stop, and gently lift critters to the grass, while wishing I were a cleric and could quickly summon a funerary blessing of some sort. So I fake it. I seem to specialize in cats. I don't do squirrels (they flatten out soon enough) or skunks. The most recent recipient of my ministration: a beautiful fox on Park Point's Minnesota Avenue.
If you were a cleric, you could just cast resurrection.
I had no idea!
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