Amy the Amiga Squirrel
For the first time--True Story of Computer Pinup Squirrel!!!
As told by artist Eric Schwarz
|"WARNING: Your parents must be at least 21 and have 12
birdfeeders to view this site. It contains squirrelly material like you
have never seen before" Tasteless, shocking, unexpurgated photo of a squirrel
in a black teddy (this is why we need censorship online). There is also
a wanted poster (for robbing birdfeeders): "Squirrels are ambidex- trous.
They can shove food in their faces equally well with either paw, which
doubles their pleasure and doubles your feed bill."
Buy Squirrel Nut Chews (caramel with bits of peanuts) online at the Old General Store.
|Before the shoppers fled to the suburbs and the downtown May Company
closed, the highlight of a shopping trip was lunch at the Silver
Grille. The grill is gone now--I should have ordered the Pink Squirrel
while I had the chance.
|Squirrel Nut Zippers, lounge
music? (Yahoo's description, not mine)
Squirrels from Hell declared "the lowest of the low-rent bands" by New York’s Village Voice
The Flaming Squirrels, self-described "tumorific trio" based in Missouri
Abducted by Squirrels,
first full-lenght CD is named "Rubber Chickens?"
Pink Squirrel, "a cover band covering Staten Island, Brooklyn, and New Jersey"
With the approach of the millenium, a plague of satanic anti-squirrels has appeared on the internet, belching forth evil and slander like a political candidate, verily even like those who run for public office.
Everybody thought they were extinct. Even the idea of a four-foot long, fluffy flying squirrel seemed like a tall tale. But earlier this year, after four months of searching in the country of Pakistan, a nature writer named Peter Zahler found the real thing -- a living woolly flying squirrel.
No one had reported seeing a woolly since 1924. One reason may be that the steep, rocky cliffs where they live are very hard for people to explore. Plus, who'd have thought of looking for giant squirrels in such a place? But that's where they live, sleeping in caves by day and coming out at night to feed in the treetops.
Here kitty, kitty....