Fair enough, but you will need to use something stronger like an oak or redwood, that pine is never going to hold 3 Walarai™.
Hmm, valid point. I was thinking a standard $5 million grant should cover the cost of the step ladder and trampoline . . .
Yes, but there needs to be a grant for Oak v Redwood research, another for wild Walarai™ capture and training… and of course they will need to fund a study for the Envirnmental Impact of transplanted ‘upper branch’ sea creatures. That’s easily another $15-20 million.
Dont forget the $1 million a quarter stipend for feeding expenses.
Hmm, probably ought to apply for one for walrus food while you are at it.
never did I think Id see
a walrai launched into a tree
the arc so true, into the sky
but begs to ask the question
Great, now I have a twisted version of the Reading Rainbow theme stuck in my head…
Walarai in the sky
It’s sailing up, don’t know why…
Wait, can’t you see
It’s in a tree
A Blubber Rainbow™
Tuskawalroos in a tree
Not oak nor redwood
But douglas fir room for three
maybe, if you adjusted the trajectory, spaced the other two out a bit in the pine, put some wings + halo on the topper, with some strings of lights, viola! ‘O Walrossbaum, O Walrossbaum, wie schön sind deine Stoßzähne!’
By the way, maybe not such a good idea making the application drawing public before they grant the patent.
Sonova . . . now you tell me . . .
Do a Kickstarter! Only start with a lower goal, it stands a chance…..though it’s not potato salad, and everyone knows the value of potatoes (*USPB), even banshees!
OMG! maybe make the pledges be only in potatoes!
That’s actually quite an amusing visual, a kickstarter but all donations to paid in potatoes only, please . . .
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