Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Standing guard

I've had several vicious stories lately, so here's a kinder, gentler one. From my stunt double Andy Parker at channel 2: Usually, this time of year, the male goose stands guard against predators, while the mother goose stays in the nest with the offspring. This female goose at a local Buffalo cemetery, lost her mate (he's probably smart and stayed somewhere warm.) A deer has taken on the role of her guard, it seems.



  1. Innuendo and vague comments aren't stories. Then again I'm not qualified to teach. Has the formula changed?

  2. What the hell are you talking about? This is a story about a goose and a deer.

    I never said anyone was unqualified to teach, just that some people get preferential treatment in the hiring process because they make the "South Bflo" phone call.I'm sorry that I'm not one of the entitled ones.