I'm not to quick at math but I'm guessing that would equal a negative no.
Just shows what a wise woman you are. And a math whiz as well!
Good thing, too! You would have frozen your tail feathers off!
I was never good at math... so what did you see? :)
The birds can wait, stay warm.
I got 5, 272. Is that right?
I'm disappointed. I thought you were serious about birding.
Dude, even *I* can do that math.From my toasty warm apartment, as I look out over the two feet of snow we got this weekend, my goodness yes, this Valley Girl can do that math.
Lynne--correct! A+NCMtnWoman--A+ for you as well!DCup--A+, with extra credit for the bird reference!Patrick--a big fat D-!Dr Monkey--A+Susan--please see me after class....Bubs--I am! Just not insane. B+Rabbits' Guy--I'd do that, but all I see out my windows are crows and starlings, with the occasional cardinal. BLB--A+, with extra credit for the Rio Grande Valley reference (LB and I went to high school together)
[Coming late to class] Didn't know there was a pop quiz, but I'm guessing the answer is "No."Did I pass, even though I didn't show my work?~K
Negative no (I like Lynne's answer) :o)
I know about winter being a tough time to get out and see birds... we haven't been out birding for the last month or so. We have a few juncos on our feeders, and we have had deer at night coming by to try and empty the feeders... but that's about it, aside from the usual squirrels and pigeons. sigh... ! Still looking forward to a south Texas trip in March... gotta see those green kingfishers and scissor-tailed flycatchers!!
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