Just So You Know

Let me start this by saying if at any time you read a message that compels you to a response, by all means... feel free to continue the learning. You DO NOT have to leave your real name or any name for that matter. When you click "post a comment" or however it reads, you have 3 options. Once on the actual comments page, you'll see prior replies as well. Then there's the 'leave a comment' field. Under that are CAPTCHA and 'choose an identity' (name) options. CAPTCHA is designed to slam SPAM as well as let me know a human is posting vs. a computer generated response. Again, I do not consume beef nor pork so SPAM is not welcomed. Even a photograph of it bothers me. Ok, not really but you get my point and hence you will see the moderation message when you've finalized your post. The identity/name options are as follows:

1) Log-in using (drop down menu for those registered with those services)

2) Nickname and URL - allows you to choose any name and/or link your site to it

3) Anonymous (you can use it but I still have the right to decide if it gets published publicly or not - GOOD FOR ME - YAY!!)

So there ya go. Send me $49.99 if you use these instructions in your own BlogSpot. Cash, cashier's check, money order and Western Union accepted 24/7. :D

Thursday, December 1, 2011

"Edgar, The Albino Spider-Squirrel"

Being on social networks gives me knowledge in ways I cannot begin to count. I learn about new music, new videos, new tv shows and even new animals. "Animals" you say? Yes, animals. On a fairly new site entitled GetGlue, I'm conversing with a lady who has a rather friendly animal as a pet - a squirrel. There's one unique thing about him though... he's an albino. Aside from being the "neighborhood celebrity", he is definitively not winning the one life much less 9 of her feline fur children. "Edgar", as he's been named, is something of a show off in these photos she's managed to get of him.

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Hope you learned something new here too. I will close this by linking the Albino Squirrel Preservation Society webpage for you to get even more knowledge about these squirrels. Go here - http://albinosquirrel.com/

Thanks to InteractThis for her contributing photos that created this Blog post.

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