Damn time you acknowledge where real wisdom comes from. 

thebartolonomicron:

I saw a turtle today on a bike ride through the pouring rain as I listened to Tool. He looked at me with a wisdom beyond its years, and telepathically said to me: “DAMN SON, DAFUQ YOU DOING; ASK THAT FINE LADY OUT BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE.”
And then I died from shame.

Damn time you acknowledge where real wisdom comes from. 

thebartolonomicron:

I saw a turtle today on a bike ride through the pouring rain as I listened to Tool. He looked at me with a wisdom beyond its years, and telepathically said to me: “DAMN SON, DAFUQ YOU DOING; ASK THAT FINE LADY OUT BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE.”
And then I died from shame.

Aw man I hope Noddy the tortoise finds its owner!

An animal charity is trying to trace the owner of a tortoise found crossing a busy road in Stirling.

The Scottish SPCA said the reptile was spotted crawling across the town’s Main Street on Saturday.

Attempts to locate the owner have been unsuccessful as the phone number written on a dog tag found on the animal is no longer in use.

The Tortoise, now named Noddy, is being cared for at the charity’s Rehoming Centre at Balerno in Edinburgh.

The exotic creature, identified as a male Hermanns tortoise was found with a dog tag glued to his shell, but staff have been unable to get through to anyone at the phone number written on it.

Wrong details

The assistant centre manager at Balerno, Kenny Sharpe, said: “He’s a friendly wee guy, although his shell isn’t in the best condition.

“When we saw he had an identity tag stuck to him we thought we’d have no problem reaching his owner, but unfortunately the details have not been kept up to date.

“The telephone number has an Arbroath dialling code so this may be a clue to how far Noddy has travelled.”

Staff have appealed for anyone who recognises Noddy to contact them.

Aw man I hope Noddy the tortoise finds its owner!

An animal charity is trying to trace the owner of a tortoise found crossing a busy road in Stirling.

The Scottish SPCA said the reptile was spotted crawling across the town’s Main Street on Saturday.

Attempts to locate the owner have been unsuccessful as the phone number written on a dog tag found on the animal is no longer in use.

The Tortoise, now named Noddy, is being cared for at the charity’s Rehoming Centre at Balerno in Edinburgh.

The exotic creature, identified as a male Hermanns tortoise was found with a dog tag glued to his shell, but staff have been unable to get through to anyone at the phone number written on it.

Wrong details

The assistant centre manager at Balerno, Kenny Sharpe, said: “He’s a friendly wee guy, although his shell isn’t in the best condition.

"When we saw he had an identity tag stuck to him we thought we’d have no problem reaching his owner, but unfortunately the details have not been kept up to date.

"The telephone number has an Arbroath dialling code so this may be a clue to how far Noddy has travelled.”

Staff have appealed for anyone who recognises Noddy to contact them.

YAY!! 

Living Desert Zoo’s tortoise recovery program celebrates 100th birth of endangered species

There were no cigars passed around in celebration of the birth of the 100th Bolson tortoise at Carlsbad’s Living Desert Zoo & Gardens State Park this week, but the staff in charge of their care is beaming with pride.