Monday, September 1, 2008

more monkeys


These are the nice monkeys, the langurs. The brown monkeys that backhand their little ones are called rhesus. The langurs are lean and graceful, beautiful creatures that are an asset to the community. They enjoy eating nuts and leaves and giving humans a respectful distance. They keep their fur clean.


The rhesus are filthy stinky beasts. They are aggressive toward humans and they enjoy eating garbage and stealing from shopkeepers and pooing on the center of the trail. They fight with each other and screech and chatter from the trees. They are the ridiculous bandar-log from 'The Jungle Book'.

2 comments:

  1. ummm, aren't rhesus monkeys the ones they do all the pre-human testing on? sounds like someone isn't paying attention to the characteristics of our species ... or maybe they are ... hmmmmmm.

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  2. This is my first time reading your blog, tho I've gotten a few email updates thru Luke. I have to say you could give up math and become an author/photographer. Wow!

    Jessica Robl

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