Thursday, March 19, 2009

TWT #6 - Carrion

"Turkey Buzzard"
Photograph by Vanessa V. Kilmer © July 4, 2008

Quilly has a weekly game called Three Word Thursday. This is Week 6. Learn how to play and learn some new-old words.

Carrion

Everyone is a zoilist nowadays. Critics are like sternutation without a tissue at hand.

I don't mind when people point out problems as long as they are willing to put forth solutions or put effort into changing things.

Complaining without attempting to correct is like the wasted paper in an anopisthograph or a scavenger waiting for something to die.

19 comments:

  1. Isn't that the truth Nessa. And most people refuse to offer a solution when they complain. Well written and very to the point :)

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  2. Vultures are carrion scavenger removal. Without them, the world does not know what kind?
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  3. Lovely. Lovely. Lovely. Looks like my brother. Great writing, too! Concise yet all inclusive.

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  4. I agree, very well written!
    I love how you used the picture to go with it as well!
    Did you KNOW I like pictures?
    I thought so. It shows!

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  5. A so true statement having all the difficult words. I also like the picture.

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  6. Excellent job with photo considering the bright background and so far you couldn't use a fill light, and it is so hard to focus with such extreme zoom. You are a three dimensional communicator with proficiency in using words, taking pics and reading.

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  7. Very Good. I like how picture and story come together.
    I know a few people ( zoilists all) who should read this.

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  8. You people and your zoiliests. Give us dragons a tasty vulture any day. I ate a zoilist once and was sick for a week. Had horrible sternutation and ruined a century old anopisthograph .
    But your little story might help control them.

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  9. good practice "Learn how to play and learn some new-old words"

    and you really agree with you about that "I don't mind when people point out problems as long as they are willing to put forth solutions or put effort into changing things."

    this is a must read!

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  10. Short, sweet and very wisely said. Super well done!

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  11. It has the ring of truth, particularly in that I don't understand.

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  12. so true, so true.
    clever, short and to the point.

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  13. Those are some unusual words, but you rose to the challenge in your impressive way, as usual:)

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  14. So very very true! :) Like my boss always said, "Don't bring me problems. Bring me solutions!"

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  15. Cherie: Yes. I don't mind the complaining if you use some of the energy to come up with a fix.

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  16. How fun to see Vinny the Vulture sitting up there! Was he looking at road kill or do you just luckily happen to have a vulture tree nearby?

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  17. Tsduff: We were at a camp site and they (there were about seven of them) were looking for children and small dogs; D

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  18. Very well done, Nessa. Good use of Quilly's words as well as goof philosophy. Gotta like that, lol.

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  19. Alice: That's me - goofy all the way; D

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