Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Design wall Monday on Tuesday
So he immediately went into Squeakie Surgery but had to have most of his brain stuffing removed to facilitate the closing of the huge wound in his head. I would imagine that armadillos are no worse off for having their brain stuffing removed than they are with it intact. They are not the most intelligent of creatures.
We had one in Hammond who as such was not so bright and he had all of his brain stuffing. Our house was obviously built in the middle of his path from one side of the pasture to the other. And every night he would walk his path, run into the side of our house. He would stand there fussing for about a half an hour until Frank would go out with a broom stick and moved him back down the path from whence he came. He never made it to the other side. I felt bad for a while, thinking he was on one side at work and his family on the other side just trying to survive. And they never saw him again, and never knew what happened to him.
He probably met someone else and got remarried. And left the first wife with all the kids.
$*#%(^ MEN! Maybe they do have stuffing for brains.