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Date:11/27/2014 3:44:15 PM
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(Ö> *A dark feathered figure
Hunches over what would appear to be a writing surface, high up in the Cheep Seats of KEVLAR Memorial Stadium during the Practice Session for the Major Leak Beak Team.

[… Well, as dark as bright Blue and Gold feathers can be camouflaged to be in the bright sunshine of a day at a Ball Park where it never rains.]

His BazeBol Cap is pulled low over his nares and he has what would seem to be a pair of binoculars in his wing that raise to his eyes and lower long enough for him to scratch out some notes on his observations … [ “WAY over confident on fieldin’ abilities. Know how t’ counter TeamMates hits, throw th’ ball b’twixt each other, an’ hit th’ pitches aimed right at ‘em. BUT THEY AIN’T SEEN US COMIN’ AT ‘EM YET!!!” ]

Apparently having seen enough, the feathered figure gathers his gear and leaves by the back way, clipboard full of notes in wing.*
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