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Old 05-01-2005, 12:21 AM   #11
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Don't start with me and bird sh^t.
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Either you need to park somewhere else...or that bird needs to take a long walk off a short branch with it'* wings tied up.
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Best advise it don't leave your sunroof open...I did that once and I swear to god it looked like a bird seriously exploded all over the center console and seats....man that sucked ***.
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Try to grab a pic, or video of this crazy cardinal
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Sorry if this is 'reviving an old topic' but finals kept me busy. Like I said, I've been putting the cover on so it has been well protected. What I'll try to do is leave it out and stake out by my car with the digital camera and see if I can make one of those short quick time movies of it. I'll take some pics too while I'm at it since the bird literally does this for hours. You guys have to see this nut case of a feather beak at work. The car needs a washing... again... anyway. Unfortunately I believe they're predicting rain tomorrow so might have to wait a day.
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i so would take video of me shooting it and then send it in to AFV
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I would just run it over. I've already got two bird kills.
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There'* a crazy cardinal here at work that keeps flying into the window. Every single day it does it for hours. We had one do it last summer too and I would bet it'* the same exact bird
I swear this time... this time I'm gonna make it through!!!!

stupid birds...
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I would just run it over. I've already got two bird kills.
I almost got 2 today. But not only did I not get one but it wasnt the bird molesting my poor car
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At least Cardinals wont chew your wiring. I had a gpoher under the hood of my car and it wasn't pretty! Where I live you never park your car near a light standard at the mall or the Sea Gulls will dive bomb your car as they take off. That sh## really wrecks your paint as it dries in the hot sun!
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At least Cardinals wont chew your wiring. I had a gpoher under the hood of my car and it wasn't pretty! Where I live you never park your car near a light standard at the mall or the Sea Gulls will dive bomb your car as they take off. That sh## really wrecks your paint as it dries in the hot sun!
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