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"The dingo is an opportunistic feeder, and so will eat whatever it can find. Up to 60% of their diet consists of mammalian prey. In Australia, up to half of their diet consists of macropod marsupials, like kangaroos and wallabies. In the more arid regions, they concentrate on smaller prey like rabbits, rodents, birds and lizards. They have been known to prey on sheep and cattle, which creates a big problem for shepherds and ranchers in Australia."
For when we have lots of money from internet-related activities.
It pains me to bring this up, but unfortunately I’ve wanted to make a clear distinction between the two shows for a very long time. I’m an original addict of The Office, starting years ago before it got mainstream appeal and before they moved to a soundstage. That’s just a sidenote.
I’ve really got nothing to say on this besides the fact that The Office has settled into a few seasons of complacency. Arrested Development may have been cancelled after 3 seasons but at least they were the best seasons they could have pumped out. I could watch episodes for around 5 straight hours without regrets.
The Office is still great, either way. I just wanted to make it clear which one I thought was better. (If all of the Arrested Development stuff on here wasn’t clear enough…)
I might start this up again. Chris has, so I’m going to give it a go. And here we go… (to quote The Dark Knight)
I’d recommend following this person who goes by the name “Austin.” Although currently he’s just a solid reposter of Youtube videos I’m sure we’ll get into the original content eventually
I mean I just post Arrested Development quotes and links to coffee forums. So don’t look at me.
It’s a work in progress, sorry if it’s distracting.
I’ve rediscovered the importance of always buying a large cup of coffee, as most people realize after purchasing it on way too many occasions. At least in the fact that it’s financially responsible and generally worth its volume.
Even McDonald’s special house blend of “Acid Rain” I buy in bulk. Always regrettable, but still. I stand by my principles.