August 13, 2011

Square power lines

Square power lines

If power lines were square, it would be easier for birds to
stand on them. Granted they grip the round lines but as they age, wouldn’t
arthritis make it more difficult? Bayer has not yet made a pill for sore birds
feet yet.

From the engineering department comes the design for the
table that would fit this square power cable. It requires a round base, with
ridges, similar to the cap on an aspirin bottle. A toothpick sized pole would
then be centered on this base and the tabletop secured to it. This design
allows a bird to pick up and carry said table from location to location. Since
birds tend to eat worms and grubs that come from the ground, a round tabletop
is suggested so that they don’t have to worry about getting dirt in the corners.

A bird can then find a nice juicy earthworm, cut it in half
and add a pair of side bowls of lemon water. At this point then, a candle can
be placed on the peg in the center of the table and this allows for a
candlelight dinner for his mate.



  1. But unwriter if the table is round wouldn’t the worms be able to escape easier before the birds get to them?

    Comment by Billie A Williams — August 13, 2011 @ 6:05 pm | Reply

  2. This would be great for doves.

    Comment by Jay Hudson — August 13, 2011 @ 8:08 pm | Reply

  3. I think you have a future as a romance novelist for Hawkequin, Ron! 🙂

    Comment by Joyce Scarbrough — August 16, 2011 @ 8:27 am | Reply

  4. Enjoyed your writing. Square power lines!

    Comment by Carol Forbes — August 26, 2011 @ 9:49 am | Reply

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