Post Reply Violent Canuck shuts down Vancouver mail system
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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-40436177

Known threat Canuck the crow has through attacks on mail workers caused them not to make delivery to several addresses in East Vancouver for a number of months. The postal service has stated delivery cannot resume while threat exists, as the disturbed ruffian has broken skin and drawn blood against his victims.

The crow's antics are well-known and have actually been mapped, but no real action appears to have been taken to prevent this activity.
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Posted 6/28/17
Hahaha! We have Flordiaman and the Canadians have crazy birds.

Keep on causing trouble crow.
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You know what that means, right? Crows hold grudges and learn faces. Some or more mail men have pissed off the bird.
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Cardamom_Ginger wrote:
You know what that means, right? Crows hold grudges and learn faces. Some or more mail men have pissed off the bird.


I was just thinking that. Someone in a mail carrier's uniform did something.

They both learn faces and can tell other crows what you look like.
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Sounds like a problem that can be solved with a baseball bat,
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MysticGon wrote:

Sounds like a problem that can be solved with a baseball bat,


Why not a sniper team? They'd never see it coming.
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runec wrote:


Cardamom_Ginger wrote:
You know what that means, right? Crows hold grudges and learn faces. Some or more mail men have pissed off the bird.


I was just thinking that. Someone in a mail carrier's uniform did something.

They both learn faces and can tell other crows what you look like.


We need to train them for war.
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Rujikin wrote:
We need to train them for war.


Honestly, if we did that then 10 years from now, 75% of the world's population would be wiped out and the remainder would be tending the Seed Fields under the cruel, unflinching gaze of our corvian overlords.

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Posted 6/28/17
But what if it's possessed by the ghost of Brandon Lee pissed off that he is not getting mail in the after life

think about it
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Reminds me of the episode of South Park where not birds attack the UPS men but the other men in South Park lol because they were afraid of the UPS men having affairs with their wives.
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runec wrote:


Rujikin wrote:
We need to train them for war.


Honestly, if we did that then 10 years from now, 75% of the world's population would be wiped out and the remainder would be tending the Seed Fields under the cruel, unfinching gaze of our corvian overlords.



FTFY
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.....<slow clap>
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good thing it wasn't a raven probably would be more trouble then what a crow could cause.



Rujikin wrote:


runec wrote:


Cardamom_Ginger wrote:
You know what that means, right? Crows hold grudges and learn faces. Some or more mail men have pissed off the bird.


I was just thinking that. Someone in a mail carrier's uniform did something.

They both learn faces and can tell other crows what you look like.


We need to train them for war.


i think they have before. and if these animals can be used then i'm sure crows and their relatives could be as well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dw38MMCSIt8

i think they would essentially be used as 00caaa or similar use of a smart flying animal
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