Sometimes, you can go months without synchronicity. Then it bites you on the ass.
Bryant Park is a picturesque park in Midtown, behind the New York Public Library’s main branch and the site of one of the better-known free Wi-Fi zone. There’s a lovely carousel there, and they show free movies on Monday nights during the summer.
For a little while, there’s been an experiment whereby they put hawks in Bryant Park to help control the pigeon population. But the other day, one of the hawks made the perfectly understandable error of mistaking a chihuahua for a rat, and tried to make off with it.
The hawk lost his job. (Were it up to me, I’d have given him a bonus, but once again, the true problem about this city is that they did not ask me.)
Now here’s a story from CNN about a judge sparing the life of 170 feral Chihuahuas.
Nearly 170 wild Chihuahua dogs facing death at a Los Angeles-area animal shelter were spared Friday by a judge who released them into the custody of actor Gregory Peck’s former daughter-in-law, who runs a Chihuahua rescue operation.
Seems to me that there’s this hawk who’s out of a job in New York…..