And where is that IT angle? Possibly the pig trap? New invention? Victim of minitiarisation?
An animal-loving New South Wales vegetarian has been shown why the only good porker is one sliced into rashers and shoved between two thick slices of bread after being held hostage in her home by an 80kg bald pig, the BBC reports. Caroline Hayes, 63, recounted to Oz media: "It started knocking on my door at 4am, head-butting …
Readers who care to spend a bit of time searching, can find an NY Times article of a month or so ago concerning the pig hunters of Georgia. It seems that feral pigs can do quite a job on golf courses and lawns. Of course, given the time to fly the team from Atlanta to the Antipodes, the Saki-an solution of apples cast in doorward direction would be faster and cheaper.
ffs must be a slow news day at The Reg. We've been following this on the "tabloid-style" current affairs shows here in Oz where its been on non-stop for a couple of days.
Pommie readers will be pleased to know that Bruce has now been caught*and has been moved to a secret location to keep a lot of lady pigs happy.
Of course we're all trying to find the "secret location" so we can test out the new barbie.
Paris? Because apparently she squeals like a ...
What I want to know is who the hell is going to clean the pig shit out of her house. I have no doubt if she was trapped in her house by the porker, that it also crapped all over her damned house. Can you imagine what that smells like now? How much of her furnishings did the the four legged bastard shred, waiting for her to come out and play? How many gallons of pee did it dispense? I'm just glad that I can't smell it from the American Midwest. It's bad enough driving within 10 miles of some of these industrial pig palaces we have around here, with the ten thousand gallon sewerage lakes.
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