Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Coyotes spotted in Manhattan - NYPOST.com

Coyotes spotted in Manhattan - NYPOST.com: "Wile E. Coyote and friends are invading Manhattan. Three coyotes turned up on the Columbia University campus on Sunday morning, prompting an e-mail alert to students and faculty. A few hours later, a coyote was spotted darting around bushes and across a frozen lake in Central Park. Urban coyote authorities say the dogs will likely be seen more and more in big cities as they fight one another for living space."
Pretty soon they will be taking the elevator to the penthouse in somebody's condo building looking for tastier treats. Foie gras, perhaps?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Beep! Beep!

Those were not real coyotes, they were what folks elsewhere would call junkyard dogs, probably cruising around Columbia's Law School, and those future lawyers were just cruising those bushes in Central Park for a place to relieve themselves.

Those sort of urban junkyard dogs have been fighting against the folks in the condo buildings for many years. Obviously, the homeowners ARE the proverbial "foie gras" for these junkyard dogs, especially when they object to their $250,000 special assessments?

Yours truly,
The Roadrunner