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Wildlife in the DCP Habitat - A Field Guide

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17 hours ago, KVG_DC said:

Crossmen had some brushes with this not a that long ago. 

He seemed to stalk them at Semifinals. Dangerous.

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You forgot the waffles...

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7 hours ago, flugelswerebugels said:

Highjacker: The person who doesn't actually read the OP.

Habits of the Highjacker: Highjackers are some of the most prolific creatures found on DCP, with sightings in almost any thread larger than 1 or 2 pages. A highjacker will occasionally scamper off when confronted, but often they are prone to be combative since their behavior is frequently associated with natural defense when their toes are stepped on.  Creatures such as the Cappybara find this variety particularly tasty and hard to resist.  Ignorant highjackers (example kkrepps) typically meander about DCP blissfully unaware of their surroundings. While their behavior is irritating, they can simply be ignored or patted on the head and sent on their way.

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The Bloo-Throated-Warbler. Most often found in the stands and highly responsive to only one corps. Sometimes highly excitable with a distinctive call that many non-birders too often mistake for an aggressive negative call when in actuality the Bloo-Throated-Warbker call is pure jubilation and celebration.

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7 hours ago, flugelswerebugels said:

Highjacker: The person who doesn't actually read the OP.

Also was once known as "The Stu"

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On 7/13/2019 at 3:12 PM, Terri Schehr said:

If I don’t like something, my silence speaks volumes.  

If you can’t say anything nice...

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1 hour ago, kkrepps said:

Habits of the Highjacker: Highjackers are some of the most prolific creatures found on DCP, with sightings in almost any thread larger than 1 or 2 pages. A highjacker will occasionally scamper off when confronted, but often they are prone to be combative since their behavior is frequently associated with natural defense when their toes are stepped on.  Creatures such as the Cappybara find this variety particularly tasty and hard to resist.  Ignorant highjackers (example kkrepps) typically meander about DCP blissfully unaware of their surroundings. While their behavior is irritating, they can simply be ignored or patted on the head and sent on their way.

Guilty as charged.

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On 7/13/2019 at 7:11 PM, jjeffeory said:

The Know it all:  This is an especially interesting bunch. They come into a conversation to correct everyone and set the record straight.  Can be heard educating their newby friends at a show near you.

  Often wrong... 

 

That would be me, except I'm always right.  😎

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Eastern Independent:  Someone who is not affiliated with any corps, never marched and never had any kids who marched.  Someone who parks his butt in the stands every year and is just a DCI fan.

Me, since 1978. 

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14 minutes ago, wvu80 said:

That would be me, except I'm always right.  😎

Somebody give this person an ice cream cone, because that is good humor there. 

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3 hours ago, Cappybara said:

Also was once known as "The Stu"

There must be an interesting thread I haven't read...:drool:

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