Monday, September 07, 2009

FIELD GUIDE TO COMMON SAN ONOFRE WILDLIFE...

Pelicanus Occidentalis





Oryctolagus Cuniculus


Biggus Sanokookukus



18 comments:

Anonymous said...

The remains of the middle aged longboard surfer who passed away while surfing yesterday were identified as Al Geyser, Club member from La Crescenta CA. This coming Saturday an open casket viewing shall commence at 11:00 AM
beneath the Shack. Pallbearers welcomed. Mr.Geyser was 54 years of age.

Simple Simon said...

Thank the Lord someone paid tribute to Mark Reynolds. He is truly a San Onofre landmark. And thank you, Dingo.

bar stool said...

I thought he was a Rib Trader landmark.

Anonymous said...

'BAR STOOL', THAT GUY SURE LOOKS LIKE HE'S BEEN BLOCKING PUNTS ALL DAY.

I. Witness said...

We saw the entire tragedy. It appeared the gentleman was pursued by a large Bull shark begining at the northern end of SANO. He probably knew he was being chased because uf the increasing shark population at the beach. The increasing warm water, and schools of sardines stalked by seals, added to the risk.

Anonymous said...

BK looks like a County lifeguard. Lifeguards are always pissed.

Jackie Gleason said...

Next time I get to San Clemente, I'm going to buy a drink for BK at the rib trader.

Charles Darwin said...

Murphius Excusus is now extinct.

Fats Flannighan said...

ran into the BK at 4:45 a.m. in Surfin Donuts yesterday and he was quite a sight to behold at that hour of the morning. I had no idea that skin could get that red and not from the sun either.

Anonymous said...

Big Kook, you rule. I'd be honored if I could buy you free drimks at the 'Rib' this Saturday night.

GUMBO said...

COUNT ME IN.

back to school said...

The WESTERN BRUSH RABBIT, is a species of cottontail rabbit found in western coastal regions of North America, from the Columbia River in Oregon to the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula.

In appearance most cottontail rabbits closely resemble the wild European RabbitEuropean Rabbit. The European Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) is a species of rabbit native to south west Europe.

Sydney Carton, Esq. said...

Nice work!

jeff corwin said...

Don't forget "LEPUS CALIFORNICUS"!

lawrence of arabia said...

Let us not forget the "CAMELUS BACTRIANUS" or the "CAMELUS DROMEDARIUS".

Fats Flannighan said...

an you can eat my eplurbis erectus.

Anonymous said...

You can all KMMFA.

THEBIGKOOK said...

Rumors of my death are greatly exaggerated.

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