Reply to post: Re: Pigeons on trains

If Australian animals don't poison you or eat you, they'll BURN DOWN YOUR HOUSE

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Re: Pigeons on trains

> Only it wasn't a lone pigeon but a sizeable number. ~12 or so sauntered into the carriage, some parked themselves, some had a sniff about for food scraps; The whole flock stayed on for a couple of stops and waited by the door & exited at "their" station.

I think you'll find those were IBM executives. Don't blame you for making the mistake though, as it can be hard to tell the difference between them and other bird brained species.

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