The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

2 January 2006

Proper vet-ing

Mr. Right turns up a helpful article by Wayne Bruce, DVM, on the care and feeding of the moonbat (Lunaris vespertilio). Emphasis is laid upon the necessity to spay/neuter, and there are gratuitous references to patchouli, Kool-Aid, and Oliver Willis.

What's that you say? Wingnuts? I just take one out of the toolbox when I need one.

Posted at 10:33 AM to Political Science Fiction


Thanks for the link!

Posted by: Mr. Right at 12:17 PM on 2 January 2006

Mr. Right does his part to improve the civility of respectful discourse for the new year. Bravo (said with little enthusiasm and lots of sarcasm).

Posted by: Scribe at 12:34 PM on 2 January 2006

Got yer wingnut right here.

Posted by: Mister Snitch! at 9:26 PM on 2 January 2006

Uh, wouldn't the Linnaeus-style name put the genus ("bat") before the species ("moon-"), as in Vespertilio lunaris?

Ain't no biologist over here, Boss, just askin'.

Posted by: Fûz at 9:37 PM on 2 January 2006

. . . especially since the veterinarian in question has put his name in the proper Linnaean order.

Posted by: Fûz at 9:38 PM on 2 January 2006

I cut, I paste; I do not splice. :)

Posted by: CGHill at 9:41 PM on 2 January 2006

I had thought that moonbats, being spineless, were properly classified as achordata.

Posted by: Sean Gleeson at 10:09 PM on 2 January 2006