Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Once Again, Texas Leads the Way

Squirrels: Cute, nuisances or dinner?: "It's fall, and the eternal debate over squirrels rages anew:
Are they nature's court jester, providing hours of harmless laughs?

Are they nature's terrorists, hassling suburbanites and threatening America's infrastructure?

Are they dinner?

History will decide. Once again, Squirrel Awareness Month runs concurrently with the opening of squirrel hunting season in deep East Texas, a coincidence that brings to light the paradox of the squirrel experience in America."

Hat tip to Jeff Meyerson.


Anonymous said...

"Which part of ther squirrel do you like best, Miss Stephanie?"


Deb said...

Having once had a squirrel infestation in my attic and been told by pest control services that rats they could kill, but squirrels, being wildlife, would have to be live-trapped and released, I offer my sister's assessment: A squirrel is a rat with better p.r.