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OOOOOHH yeah! I remember one time there was a bat in the middle of the day that just flew at my head! Then it hit the wall behind me, then is when I started feeling sorry for the little guy.
"No time outs. Only DEATH!"
"I don't like to brag and I won't cuz I don't have to!"
being bit by a bat in the night while he was sleeping and
then later finding out that he had rabies.
Now I cover my head at night with the blankets and then listen.....
......if you think you may have bats, always have a tennis raquet close
to your bed.....
we're not allowed to hurt bats here........families have even been made homeless because a family of bats moved into their home and they couldnt bear to share the house with the beasties........by law the bats have to stay......lol....
that's wierd, does someone over there have bats in the belfry..
that's one ofthe strangest thing I've ever heard...
earlier I mentioned a furry tie, I didn't mean real fur I meant
fun fur(fake) the bat-wing tie Ripley had I didn't think it was made
out of a real bat, or was it?? I just wondered what it looked like.
I wonder if people who knew him called him Roy or Bob or Rob???
[quote]always drawing it upside-down! He was a man who dressed in bright colors and patterns, wore bat-wing ties and two-toned spat shoes. He collected cars, but never learned to drive. Even though he often used complicated recording equipment for his broadcasts, associates remarked that he was afraid to use a telephone for fear he would be electrocuted! A non-swimmer, he owned an odd assortment of boats including dug-out canoes and even an authentic Chinese sailing junk moored at B.I.O.N. Island, his estate in Mamaroneck, New York.
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I got this from the Ripley site I hope it's alright to post this....
I never knew that's what they were called.
My husband wore one on the day we were married last year. A red one. I always called those a Bow-tie.
I wonder how Jim will look in a bat-wing tie, I wonder if we have any
pics of him in one?
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