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Date:11/26/2014 3:44:56 PM
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Hi Maxie
Wow did Pop's and Casper have a fun time when they went outside for Casper's daily walk. They were standing in the driveway, and this VERY old couple came strolling down the street. Well, when they saw Casper, they just had to stop to visit.

They inquired what kind of a bird he is. Well, pop's being the big joker, told them that he was a Himalayan Snow Hawk, and used for personal protection, and being all white, help's him hide in the snow.

They asked how such a small bird like Casper could provide protection. So pop's told them, when he tell's Casper to protect or attack, Casper lunges feet first, and sinks his talons right in both eyes. then with his mighty beak, he pokes a whole in the skull, and bites the brain.

Pops said he thought the old lady was going to faint, and they both moved rapidly down the street. Guess they won't be visiting Casper again, anytime soon.

This is a true story...

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