Squirrel gets loose

Ange wants to lecture Squirrel, but he learns much more than he was willing to hear about the sexual preferences of some inhabitants of the Domain … Angel: Squirrel, I was looking for you, do you have a minute? Squirrel: of course, Angel! I’m looking for the acorns I buried here a few months ago,…

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Private property, thirsty pigs, and compassion

Following a BBC article on thirsty pigs, (May 4, 2017: Woman who helps thirsty pigs evades jail http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-39799514), Goose and Hawk reflect on compassion, life and death, private property, and common sense. Goose: hello Hawk, what’s new in the Domain today? Hawk: it’s raining, everybody is seeking shelter and hunting isn’t easy, but your call is a ray of sunshine….

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Offspring, pleasure, and morality

The Blue Berries would like to have offspring but don’t know how to achieve their goals. They seek advice from the Green berries who know how to seduce but don’t want to go further than the search for pleasure. There follows a reflection on morality. Blue berries: Green berries, we need some advice. Green berries: some advice? We thought…

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About laws

Turtles and Dead Leaves can finally answer what Goose and Hawk say, and regarding the thirsty pigs business, they stress how important it is to respect laws. Turtles: Dead leaves, today, we’ll finally be able to shut up Goose and Hawk! Dead leaves: Turtles, it’s going to be a delight. Snake has delivered the stuff you ordered, hasn’t he? Turtles: yes,…

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About nudism

Following two BBC articles on nudism (Finland naked swimmers bid for the biggest skinny dip record – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-40624317,  and No naked dancing, Canada revellers told – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40622895), Goose and Falcon reflect on differences between cultures and countries. But first, they talk about the new program by Dead leaves and Turtles. Hawk: Goose, do you get me well? I’m calling…

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