Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Unadulterated brilliance from health officials

The coyotes chased them from an area near a playground at Crowley Park. The big question Richardson health officials are asking: Why did the coyotes pursue the boys?
Let's see if I can help the Richardson health officials solve this difficult puzzle.

Two coyotes, being the wild animals that they are, are often prone to wild behavior. Coyotes, like all animals, get hungry. Often. Occam's Razor suggests that two coyotes running around on the fringes of "urban sprawl," chasing after two young boys and biting at their legs means. . . . hell . . . . I just don't know.

What could it possible be?

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I swear, it's like watching Blue's Clues, only in real life.

"The paw print! It's on the freakin' fish bowl, ya moron. . . .look, it's right there!!!!"

I hope the good folks of Richardson don't pay too much for this crack team of health officials.
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