04 2011

Cemetery Coupling: Deer Protects Goose Nesting in Graveyard

BUFFALO, N.Y. - An unusual springtime friendship between a deer and a nesting goose appears to have blossomed inside a cemetery in Buffalo, N.Y. For the past week or so, the deer has been standing near an urn where the goose has taken up residence, positioning itself between the urn and any passing car or foot traffic.

Craig Cygan noticed the unlikely pair during his regular patrols with his goose-chasing border collies. He says there is no mate around the goose and he believes the deer has taken over the job of protecting the nest.

Cornell University wildlife expert Paul Curtis says deer and geese usually don’t pay any attention to each other.

Forest Lawn Cemetery officials are trying to arrange for a webcam so the curious can check in on the nest.   (04/08/2011)

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淫秽色情网络小说

2007年08月01日 第一批:

江湖淫娘
逃亡艳旅
海盗的悠闲生活
风月大陆
红楼绮梦
我的性
启蒙老师
黑天使
风尘劫
骆冰淫传
现代艳帝传奇
黑星女侠
美少妇的哀羞
夫妇乐园
星光伴我淫
混蛋神风流史
阿兵哥言语录
不良少女日记
倚天屠龙别记
狡猾的风水相师
遥想当年春衫薄
沧澜曲
淫术炼金士
狂风暴雨
王子淫传
创世之子猎艳之旅
往事追忆录
俪影蝎心
神雕外传之郭襄
阿里布达年代记(阿里不达年代)  
爱神之传奇
梦中的女孩
睡着的武神
东北风情熟女之惑
舌战法庭
秦青的幸福生活
少年阿宾
风骚侍女
少妇白洁
四海龙女
十景缎(十锦缎)

2011年04月18日电报第二批

红旗漫漫
红旗飘飘
百年庆典
龙战士传说
狡猾的风水师
金鳞岂是池中物
天生我材必有用
风流花少
江山如此多娇
汉风
艳遇编年史
猎艳江湖梦
国之利刃
中国特工
金赢传
鹰翔长空
鹰狼传
巨轮
成仁记
克里斯蒂安战记
圣女传说
游龙传
大丑风流记
共和国之辉
我是大魔鬼
历史篡改者
共和国士兵
我在黑暗中
角落里的枪
民殇
荒唐传说
共和国之怒
北京战争
新中华战记
红楼遗秘
怒之典章(即共和国之怒)
重建帝国
共和国2049
2008,小鹰号沉没  

2007年10月10日 第三批
《妓女日记》爱你不久

第四批被禁小说名单

淫欲城堡
大丑风流记
第一无赖
花心天子
日军军妓
革命逸事
彩虹剑
大侠魂
东风传奇
护花剑
冷香谷
云雨欲魔(欲魔艳史)
三折剑
十年孤剑沧海盟
旋风花
一剑破天骄
玉麟传奇
红楼遗秘
天降神龙
江湖艳情录

第五批被禁小说名单

现代广州白领的淫荡生活
玲珑孽怨
不道德的秘密
迷离的嫂嫂
女学生的耻蜜
绝色家族
武林启示录
妙人间
阿樱的悄悄话
交换姐妹花
照日天劫  

第六批被禁小说名单

《墓碑——中国六十年代大饥荒纪实》(作者:杨继绳)
《毛泽东思想万岁》
《毛泽东:鲜为人知的故事》(作者:张戎)
《六四诗集》(蒋品超主编)
《中国“六四”真相》
《真实的朝鲜》(作者:叶永烈)
《毛泽东私人医生回忆录》(作者:李志绥)
《晚年周恩来》(作者:高文谦)
《维权诗集》(蒋品超主编)
《赵紫阳软禁中的谈话》(作者:宗凤鸣)  

第七批被禁小说名单

《天神右翼》(作者:天籁纸鸢)
《邻家有女初长成》作者:柳下挥
《异界之风流大法师》作者:徐大

第八批被禁小说名单(2011.10.29新增)

《群芳谱》原名《玉笛白马》作者:龟哥
《KTV的激情》
《情迷都市》作者:暗幽魂
《山村情事》又名《极品人生》作者:花月夜
《暧昧游戏》作者:关静
《风骚之行》作者:风骚王子
《少龙风流(少龙风流史)》作者:wtw1974
《八月茉莉》作者:零娃娃
《尘世》作者:木梵
《首席总裁的伊人》作者:言佳
《白领与工程师的激爱》
《妖媚志》作者:水月明珠
《暴虐奇兵》又名《恶魔都市》作者:unknow
《太监情史》作者:蒙面
《夜樱》作者:夜色罂粟
《桃花依旧笑春风》又名《命犯桃花》作者:叼烟斗的蛤蟆
《被四个肌肉爸爸轮奸》
《冷香》作者:卫风
《我的姐姐是美女》作者:天下第二
《操小姐技巧》
《龙床上的壮丁》作者:弄简
《我的两位妻子》作者:夏威夷ABC
《长途奔袭2000里,射完四年未尽精》
《梦回2000》作者:梦醒依然
《我和局长夫人》作者:我是模子
《超级神医》作者:第二
《你敢说你不性福》作者:忽然之间~
《掠夺之后再娶妳》作者:林雪儿
《调戏朋友妻》
《女同学的帮忙》
《武林高手在异世》作者:酒品
《新婚人妻的秘密》
《风流逸飞》作者:烈扬
“新浪博客”之“白光的博客”中的5篇淫秽色情文章
《行长和司机》
《醉红情》作者:【清】渔洋主人
《禁之渊》作者:十四郞/半袖红雪/十四十四/古道西风
《艳福天下》作者:张家鹏
《纯属挑逗》作者:钟昀
《重生闻香之慈航静斋》作者:飘荡的云
《艳遇》作者:木士
《狼王逐风》作者:香品紫狐
《东北农村情欲长篇:黑土》又名《百年关东》作者:断肠的人/丁志阔
《艳遇之旅》作者:心梦无痕
《一梦醉兰池(BL)》作者:尼罗
《真天龙无双》作者:色不得大师
《都市花盗》作者:疯狂流氓
《异界药师》作者:无齿盗贼
《别这样,人家还是学生呢》又名《青梅竹马》作者:红九
《阔少戏爱》作者:四月
《欲城情侠》
《一个老师的婚前忏悔:大学里的纵欲生活以及毕业后的那些荒淫之事》作者:thomaslow911  

第九批被禁小说名单(2014.04.17新增)

《女公务员的日记》作者:晓荷千朵
《泡尽各色香艳寡妇:山村艳神》作者:余小九
《美少妇的不伦之恋:小镇情人》作者:孙玉少
《极品乡村生活》作者:燃花
《霸上留守村妇:桃色满乡春》作者:不老神
《后宫里的假太监》作者:aoaoshutan
《全村女人的梦中情人:极品小村医》作者:廉亲王
《小村官猎美记》作者:牧阳人
《从外科医生到市委书记:权色交易》作者:三心二意
《恶魔囚爱:佞少军官在身边》作者:豆莎包子
《桃花村里桃花事:山野男医》作者:纯洁猫
《天生异禀之猎艳都市》作者:血饮狂刀
《离婚不离床》作者:牧野蔷薇
《风流无下限》作者:香烟瓜子
《纨绔少爷挑逗美女市长:逍遥人生》作者:寂灭天堂
《山野猎妇》作者:乔泓福
《草根官路青云史:谋权》作者:夜雨晨曦
《命犯桃花:女校男医师》作者:风残阳
《纵横乡野都市:狂猛小三爷》作者:魅夫
《霸占全村美妇:山村美娇娘》作者:明月光
《傻人有傻福:山村风月行》作者:曲火

第三批国家新闻出版总署要求删除的网络小说名单(2008年11月20日)
acome 《玫瑰》《芍药》《雨朵儿》《逍遥》《小鸟》
Acheron 《淫狐浪语》
APPLE 《明星之情陷》《明星之沦陷》
Arni/Lucifer 《记忆之锁》 
glass ice 《当冷感遇上敏感》
hanabishi 《青年调教手册》
joesmanhk 《爱,不爱》
NP王 《怎会如此》
nuonuo(诺诺) 《小攻,今年七岁》《我要娶舅舅?!》《燕双飞》《离魂迷爱》
peta 《芝麻和绿豆》
SAKURA云熙 《小猫咪》
阿夸 《指距》
安祖缇 《别想来真的》《欺负小苍兰》《恋爱好好玩》《别想来真的》《不过是游戏》
白白 《恶人自有恶人疼》
冰灵 《乱魂舞冰灵》
冰蓝水晶 《禁区的童话》
冰蓝茶 《My Foolish Lover》
宝儿 《霸占芙蓉》《绿茵狂岚》《爱上霸道男》《美男抵万两》
春秋 《大男人情史》
冬虫 《一切从客房开始》《万能宝宝》
多多 《保镖孕夫》《戏弄》
毒莲花 《双杀》
堕落天使 《驯の爱》
冬儿 《害羞夫人》
荳莎 《唉!我的管家情人》《爱妳要逞强》
凤凰醉 《心在天涯》
刚しいら 《我是罪人》
光怪 《玻璃心》  
咖喱 《谁是你最爱》《我的梦中情人》《王子和三个男孩》《王子和三个女孩》《爸爸的新娘》
红岑 《谁来爱我》《花音》《天使之欲》
红笺无色 《新同居时代》、《飘遥》
黑色禁药 《污黑》
均均 《狼狈为奸》
吉吉爱儿 《媚毒》
可风 《BF包皮事件》
季璃 《秘戏娇人儿》《邪戏可人儿》《恶戏美人儿》《狂戏俏人儿》《冷戏嫣人儿》《浪戏艳人儿》《花夭》《至尊夺妍》《总裁的娇妻》
坑 《月来月色》
精灵教母 《君臣虐》
凌豹姿 《爱神牵错线》
橘子 《劫情》
罗川 《吃干抹净》
楼采凝 《冷酷君心》
泠枫 《尘埃》
了了 《牺牲法则》
怜怜 《我的秘密情人》《我的优质情人》《霸狼的宝贝》
林兰馨 《盛开的玫瑰》
蓝玫 《越夜越狂野》
冷轩 《狂龙伴月》
李渔 《肉蒲团》 蓠烟 《倾城护爱》
面包 《携美游江湖》
蜜见 《帝王的猎心情人》《狂放负痴心》
米洛 《恨嫁王爷》《王妃之路》《天上人间》
米璐璐 《鱼与水偷欢》《欺你欺上瘾》《逗你逗上瘾》《吃你吃上瘾》《抱妳抱上瘾》《恶女硬上轿》《小羊扑饿狼》《狡兔偷吃窝边草》《喜雀犯桃花》《青梅斗竹马》《老虎遇上猫》《别爱恰北北》《不爱娇滴滴》《就爱胖嘟嘟》《宠爱洋娃娃》《宠伶的冷酷郎》《富商的下堂妻》《皇帝的刁蛮妃》《王爷的倔宠儿》《温柔大野狼》
咪噜噜与猫歪歪 《人善被人骑》
蔓离 《睡美人》
曼妮 《男人靠边闪》
墨清 《春宫图》
明月心 《性感尤物》
欧静 《误打误撞缠上你》《亲亲我的爱》
潘妮罗 《Easy and Comfort》
丘琳 《捉妻》《大亨的契约空姐》
七喜 《借我啵一下》《带种来爱我》《爱我好不好》《爱我的请举右手》《我们又不熟》《男朋友,请等等》《妈妈要我嫁》《乖乖让你抱》《不要跟我搞暧昧》《被爱打败》《爱人要严加管教》《借我摸一下》
千颜 《公子你太风流》
秦筝 《风月宝鉴》
如此的岁月 《小樱I、II》
睿嘉 《囚鸟》(包括《猎断的翅膀》《深锁的温巢》《荆棘的归途》《缱绻的天空》)《强娶民男》
苏打 《冷孤鹰的水芙蓉》
山蓝 《琨瑾花》
山蓝紫姬子 《瑾鲲花》
水恋月影 《爸爸的新娘》
萦绕 《堕落之后》
色如空 《帝台春》《念奴娇》《临江仙》《逍遥乐》《秦楼月》
十四郎 《禁之渊》
色小情 《禁忌关系之办公室》《禁忌关系之周末》《禁忌关系之父慈子孝》《禁忌关系之我爱你》《禁忌关系之兄友弟恭》《禁忌关系之大魔鬼》《禁忌关系之同居之后》《禁忌关系之出轨的惩罚》
四月 《美人倾城》《巧诱娘子》《野蛮贵公子》《学生新娘》《宠溺辣宝贝》《大牌王爷驾到》《你家就是王爷家》《有王爷才敢大声》《斩断桃花线》《恶魔的》
石易 《摇摆的娇臀》
潼 《娇宠水芙蓉》
霆朝(兽样乱/獸樣亂)  《幸福的折磨》
糖果 《恶魔的小点心》
唐菱 《帅哥酸溜溜》
唐镜 《爱情的价码》《爱失控》
唐筠 《巧诱娘子》
天上鬼 《不伦的狂恋》
庭妍 《贪色男人》
天子(takashi) 《蛊惑之毒(翡翠篇、黄金篇、赤铜篇)》 
忘了时 《马尔卡法大*陆英雄志》
星宝儿 《花花游龙》《龙游江湖》《旅程》《倾国英雄》《初夜权》《庭上》《爱欲参商》《My best friend’s wedding》《绝路相逢》
小毛的夜 《囚心》
夏风 《为什么是这样》
薛含 《我是皇子要吃草》《爱上未来的你》
徐家莲 《单恋的尽头》
细渺 《死神》
香品紫狐 《天神的祭品》
小十四 《骄纵情人》《魔王的男人》《禁宫情》《冷漠情人》
小薇 《溺爱》
轩辕路苍 《美男与野兽《花房系列》
戏竹 《女祸》
雪中空灵 《合欢》
一点灵秀 《天下无双》
月燃夜 《燃夜》
筱崎一夜 《没有钱》《有钱万能》《只有钱》《有钱不够》《有钱不借》《万般无奈》
夜色无边 《逃脱》
夜瞳 《爱人,被爱》
遗忘妖 《鬼畜宠物》
玉隐 《忘欢》
易扬 《邪凤垂翼》
伊飖 《莽君欲情》《求欢将军》《情刹将军》
烟雨江南 《欢喜缘》
佐佐木 《请小心!王子的激情》
张凝 《纯真宝贝》
紫月 《错爱九九》
子莹 《就要妳的爱》

被 禁 作 者 :
a c o m e             四 月             季 璃             阿 潼
蜜 见             枫 临             林 雪 儿           糖 果
轩 辕 路 苍         耕 筠             怜 怜             元 媛
安 祖 缇           贝 儿             蓓 蓓
晨 汝             蟲 虫             多 多             荳 莎
黛 博 拉 · 马 汀       欧 静             红 岑               迷 羊
庭 妍             若 欢             蓝 琴
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
被 禁 小 说 :
溯 水 美 人               祭 品 少 年                 少 爷 的 家 教
钦 点 凤 妃               我 主 王 朝 — — 男 妃         当 色 狼 遇 上 蛇 王             宠 物 乖 乖
羽 仙 记 事               宠 物 乖 乖                 溯 水 美 人                   蛇 祭
雪 地 之 虎               醉 颜 红                   逆 勇 者 传 说                 火 狐 神 殿
狼 来 了                 龙 氏 系 列                 不 伦 之 恋                   昭 妃 艳 史
西 施 艳 史 演 义           貂 禅 艳 史 演 义             西 太 后 艳 史 演 义             虐 爱 小 神 父
禁 愿                   投 怀 送 抱                 恶 女 夺 爱                   花 落 谁 家
秘 密 的 罪 人             圣 诞 新 娘                 奉 旨 成 婚                   反 间 神 捕
俭 情 人                 虐 焰 焚 情

被禁小说:
《溯水美人》《祭品少年》《少爷的家教》《钦点凤妃》
《我主王朝——男妃》《当色狼遇上蛇王》《宠物乖乖》《羽仙记事》
《宠物乖乖》《溯水美人》《蛇祭》《雪地之虎》
《醉颜红》《逆勇者传说》《火狐神殿》《狼来了》
《龙氏系列》《不伦之恋》《昭妃艳史》《西施艳史演义》
《貂禅艳史演义》《西太后艳史演义》《虐爱小神父》《禁愿》
《投怀送抱》《恶女夺爱》《花落谁家》《秘密的罪人》
《圣诞新娘》《奉旨成婚》《反间神捕》《俭情人》《虐焰焚情》

网络中被严打的小说目录:
一千零一夜系列三部
暗夜情魔
春风又绿江南岸
堕落警察
疯狂传说
焚天愤天阴魔淫魔
革命逸事
高树三姐妹
皇朝秘使
红瞳
静静的辽河
一代淫后洛冰传
玲珑孽缘
魔王重生
魔淫之宴
内裤奇缘
女文工团员的最后下落
神雕侠侣逍遥篇
少妇系列
天地之间
通灵师手记
天使三部曲
我的淫乱生活
我的妹妹雯雯
现代逍遥录
家现代淫魔录
邪灵战记
小丫环
侠医淫者梦
欲海神龙
欲海逍遥
游龙嘻春
玉女盟
春风化雨录
剑魂
黄金神传
惊尘溅血
胶洲女烈传
木里求丝称雄记
女狱风云
奇缘四部曲
契约法师
三宝局长
书剑后传
圣兽传说
五界虞花
武林启示录
我与杨昆玲玉足的罗曼史
一个领主的养成
阳光下的帅哥
胭脂口红小说
宇宙执法者
沧浪曲
处子作品系列
大公司的圣姑

风流人生
风流少年
父之过
边草
北国的春天
儿子是地狱的使者
何春传奇史
花香袭人春月塘
江湖
剑魔
艰难的借种经历
人间那一场风花雪月的事
性狂想曲
双面佳人
圣女
神圣的处女
无双三国志
小宝六凤
杨家将外传
杨小青自白
颤栗的情人
钻石欲火
KOMOLO作品集[苹果情缘,情迷梦醒]
苍茫之鹰
黑蕾丝系列
幻梦唯心
海岸线两周年贺文全集
驾驶生涯
江山如此多娇
孽海花
女警故事
十日谈
淫女暴力SM故事
游龙传
战乱的星系
杨小青系列[小青的故事,小青的韵事,小青的情人,小青的自白,沙发上的小青]
朱颜血系列

boronic  asked:

hello, I'm really sorry to trouble you, but d'you recommend anything that could help me learn Japanese? I really really want to but I'm not sure how to go about it :/ thank you for your time :3

Hey there, you’re not bothering me at all! Japanese, like other languages with a script other than the latin script, is a bit more difficult to jump right into, especially when learning on your own, but it is definitely doable. If at all possible, I would recommend joining a japanese class either at your school/uni or any language-learning programs that are offered in your area. If not, that’s completely fine! LIke I said, teaching yourself a language is completely doable with the right attitude and resources.

Very first step! Learn Hiragana: Hiragana is the phonetic ‘alphabet’ of Japanese and is the very first step into reading the language. It’s phonetic, so they aren’t ‘letters’ per se. Each character has a sound, like ‘mi’ (み) or ‘yo’(よ) or ‘ka’(か). You combine these characters together to make a word, so in this case, it would be: みよか (miyoka)! I’m sure the resources that I give you for learning Hiragana will explain more in depth, but that’s the jist of it.

Hiragana Resources 

I’d also recommend downloading apps onto your phone! Just type in ‘hiragana’ into the apple/play store and plenty are bound to come up. One of my favourite apps for learning Japanese is “Human Japanese”. The full version costs money but it’s worth it. (I believe it is on both the play store and the apple store)

Second step! Learn Katakana: Katakana is only really used for foreign words that are introduced into the japanese language. For example, コンピューター (konpyuutaa) which means computer. As you can see, it was borrowed from the english word. Most of the loan words in japanese are borrowed from english and chinese (or at least from what I have seen), but there are a few that are from other languages as well. For example, アルバイト(arubaito) which means ‘part-time job’, is a loan word that comes from the german word ‘arbeit’ which means job. Foreign names would also be written in katakana (whilst japanese names would either be written in hiragana or kanji). My name (Brooke) would be ブルック (burukku). Often times, katakana is deemed unimportant compared to hiragana or kanji but it is important to know! Don’t skim over it, katakana shows up more in writing than you think.

Katakana Resources

Kanji: I wouldn’t call this the third step, because it is something that you never really stop studying. Even Japanese people struggle with Kanji sometimes! In fact, most kids’ books are written in hiragana and katakana. If there does happen to be kanji featured, then the hiragana would be written underneath the kanji in brackets. Some people call Kanji the third alphabet of japanese, but it’s not really an alphabet or a phonetic system like hiragana and katakana. It’s more of a ‘pictoral’ system or ‘symbolic’ system if that makes sense (I don’t know the proper term). One character represents a word, instead of writing the entire word out. So it could kind of be like putting a dog emoji instead of writing out ‘dog’. If this sounds familiar, it’s because this is just like the chinese writing system! In fact, kanji is borrowed from chinese. Many vocab words have a kanji equivalent. For example, おんな(’onna’- woman) would become 女. おとこ (’otoko’-man) would become 男. はなす(’hanasu’-the verb ‘to speak’) would become 話す And so on and so forth. There are a number of kanji that are taught to japanese school children and are generally the most frequent kanji that you’ll see. These are the ones that most people start with when studying kanji. Kanji often has two different readings (sometimes more, sometimes less): おんよみ (onyomi) and くんよみ (kunyomi). Kunyomi is the traditional japanese reading and is often read when the kanji is by itself. Onyomi is the Chinese reading (because like I mentioned earlier, kanji is borrowed from chinese). Onyomi is often read when the kanji is paired with another kanji. Onyomi readings are usually written in katakana, because the word is foreign and not from the japanese language. An example of kunyomi and onyomi is this: 西 (’にし’: nishi) is a kanji that means ‘west’ when by itself. にし is its kunyomi reading.  西瓜 (’スイカ’: suika) is a compound word using two kanji. This kanji pairing means ‘watermelon’. It uses one of  西 onyomi readings, which is スイ(sui). Notice how it’s written in katakana? 

Of course there are many exceptions to these two rules. There really are no set rules when it comes to reading kanji, in fact I reckon that it is one of the most difficult parts of japanese, but you will get it. It just requires dedicated practice!

Kanji Resources

Again, check out your app store for kanji apps!

Third step! Now that you can read basic japanese, it is time to start actually understanding it. If possible, check out your nearest book store (or online) and see if there are any japanese learning resources (like grammar/vocab books, full japanese course books, dictionaries, and books written in japanese). I would recommend focusing on the grammar first before focusing on vocabulary building, but some people prefer to focus on phrases and vocab before delving into learning the grammar right away. The grammar is much different than english, or any indo-european languages for that matter, so I think it’s important to at least understand how basic japanese grammar works. 

Japanese Learning Resources

Immersion: Not really a step, but rather as something that should be integrated into your studies as much as possible! This includes but is not limited to: Music, Movies, Books, Dubbed tv shows and movies, Anime (yes, anime. As long as you realize that the manner of speech in anime is often exaggerated, it can be a great immersion aspect if it’s your kind of thing). If you can listen to music while studying, then try listening to japanese music. Have it on whilst getting ready in the morning, on the way to school/work, whilst doing housework, etc. This goes for movies and other immersion aspects as well. Seize any moment of the day for some extra and low-effort study time! Try configuring your computer/phone and any social media you have (tumblr, facebook, google) into japanese once you get a bit of a start into the language (preferably when you’re able to read it). Even your internet browser of choice!

Culture: It’s always a great idea to research the culture of the country(s) that speak your target language, as it can deeply impact your understanding of the language. Japanese culture is incredibly rich, so there’s no way to fall short in that aspect. Try learning the geography of Japan as well, such as the main islands, the major cities, and the prefectures. There are plenty of geographical-related quizzes online. 

I hope this helps you get a jumpstart into the language and as always, if someone would like to add resources and/or advice/tips, then you’re welcome to, of course!

Good luck! 

17:以下、名無しにかわりましてVIPがお送りします:2011/04/19(火) 22:53:17.37 ID:lqeycJNdO
>>4
試したくなった

ねえ、なんで酒の種類で酔い方がちがうの?
みんなエタノールじゃん


25:以下、名無しにかわりましてVIPがお送りします:2011/04/19(火) 23:10:40.78 ID:xqf/uL3b0
>>17
エタノールの殺菌能は100%エタノールよりも70%エタノールの方が高い
これは水との交じりやすさ、つまり水和率が70%に薄めたほうが高いため

これと同じように体に吸収されやすい水和率があって、
アルコール度数40%のスピリッツよりも15%程度の醸造酒の方が圧倒的に吸収されやすい
スピリッツは後から酔いが回るのはこの為

二日酔いの程度に差がでる仕組みはまた別

wukongopterus  asked:

I guess you know a lot about pigeons so I wanted to ask you: what sort of pigeon breeds are the best for first time bird owners and what are the downsides to pigeons? I've been wanting to get a bird when I graduate (which is pretty soon) since it's been a dream of mine since I was in high school. Originally, I wanted a parrot, but I don't think I could handle a bird that smart, so I've been looking into birds like pigeons or mousebirds but its hard to find stuff that isn't propaganda.

Two biggest downsides: Pigeons are dust monsters!

And they are FRIGHTENINGLY intelligent!

When I say that they have equivalent cognition to a human 5 year old, it is not hyperbole!

Pigeons are capable of higher level cognition on par with baboons.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/02/090212141143.htm

Pigeons are more self aware than toddlers.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/06/080613145535.htm

Pigeons learn to categorize the same way as toddlers.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/02/150204184447.htm

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/04/140402095107.htm

Pigeons can learn to READ IN ENGLISH and KNOW WHEN A WORD IS NOT REAL!!!

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/160919111535.htm

Pigeons have the cognitive capacity to appreciate art.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/06/090630075622.htm

Pigeons understand and make regular use of public transit.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/01/130108122724.htm

Pigeons have a genuinely democratic society.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/04/100416214045.htm

Homing pigeon flocks are genuinely democratic, choosing whether or not to follow based on their assessment of the leader’s competence.

http://www.audubon.org/news/in-homing-pigeon-flocks-bad-bosses-quickly-get-demoted

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/06/150609213053.htm

They recognize faces exactly the same way we do.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/04/110411171847.htm

Because their brains are wired like ours.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/07/130717095336.htm

Pigeons are an accurate enough model of human brain function to be used to understand the way our brains work.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/03/120302101541.htm

From experience, I can assure you that pigeons can learn to understand spoken English, and being the very vocal birds they are, expect you to talk to them.

They don’t like when you just silently decide to suddenly do a thing.

Especially if that thing means they can’t come!

But they are MUCH more cooperative when you tell them what you are doing, like you would a toddler.

“Ankhou, wait, I need to go into Quarantine. I’ll be right back.” is an absolutely necessary thing to tell my Assistance pigeon, if I don’t want him to try to follow me in there. Because they bond so closely that a single pigeon’s WHOLE WORLD revolves around your company!

“Ankhou” addresses him by his name, which he knows means him, and not another bird. “Wait” means stay where you are. “Quarantine” is the door he’s not allowed to go through at the end of the hallway. “I’ll be right back.” means that I will only be gone a minute or two, and he’ll be rewarded with attention and cuddles if he’s still where I told him to “Wait” when I get back.

Ankhou knows most of the other birds’ names too, and knows when I am not talking to him.

You might look into keeping a Ringneck dove or two.

They are small, docile, easy to house and feed, and very tractable if well socialized.

Bless them, they are NOT bright. >v<

But they’re cute and sweet with simple needs that are easily met.

(only 2 per cage though, they do not flock!)

Hunter S. Thompson’s Daily Routine

3:00 p.m. rise
3:05 Chivas Regal with the morning papers, Dunhills
3:45 cocaine
3:50 another glass of Chivas, Dunhill
4:05 first cup of coffee, Dunhill
4:15 cocaine
4:16 orange juice, Dunhill
4:30 cocaine
4:54 cocaine
5:05 cocaine
5:11 coffee, Dunhills
5:30 more ice in the Chivas
5:45 cocaine, etc., etc.
6:00 grass to take the edge off the day
7:05 Woody Creek Tavern for lunch-Heineken, two margaritas, coleslaw, a taco salad, a double order of fried onion rings, carrot cake, ice cream, a bean fritter, Dunhills, another Heineken, cocaine, and for the ride home, a snow cone (a glass of shredded ice over which is poured three or four jig­gers of Chivas)
9:00 starts snorting cocaine seriously
10:00 drops acid
11:00 Chartreuse, cocaine, grass
11:30 cocaine, etc, etc.
12:00 midnight, Hunter S. Thompson is ready to write
12:05-6:00 a.m. Chartreuse, cocaine, grass, Chivas, coffee, Heineken, clove cigarettes, grapefruit, Dunhills, orange juice, gin, continuous pornographic movies.
6:00 the hot tub-champagne, Dove Bars, fettuccine Alfredo
8:00 Halcyon
8:20 sleep

Source: Carroll, E. Jean (2011-10-04). HUNTER: The Strange and Savage Life of Hunter S. Thompson (Kindle Locations 196-221).