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Ha Ha, too funny & too true - these days, that "warning" would be an invite for the "foolish adventurist".

PutterDutt

:o)

dhi

Loving another puzzle of your humorous bent.

Link_balloon1988

lol

Surreal_Heidi

I agree. He is a leading candidate for a Darwin Award (Awarded to people who improve the human gene pool by removing themselves from it, in the stupidest manner possible.).

Link_balloon1988

what how in THEE HELL did he have a Cass as a pet what an idiot

Surreal_Heidi

His head is so badly mauled that he can't say ''stupid'' any more.

Watchman

Beyond STUPID! I wonder how much he will pay to put his foot into a bear trap? ;-))

PutterDutt

Can you say, "STUPID?"

Watchman

I heard about that one too. He got what he paid for. Up close and personal.

Surreal_Heidi

I remember that story. I thought that the guy got what he deserved. It was like playing Russian Roulette with most of the chambers of the revolver loaded. Only professionals should deal with Cassowaries, and NEVER alone. They're wild animals who are very capable of taking care of themselves.
It reminds me of the Florida Man a few days ago who paid someone $150 to let him get up close and personal with a leopard. He's still alive but VERY seriously injured.

Watchman

Last year in Florida a Cassowary that actually did kill the guy that had it has a pet

Surreal_Heidi

Just stay out of their territory. Thare AREN'T gangs of them roaming the countryside. I would call the Cassowary the most dangerous land animal in Australia after the snakes.

Link_balloon1988

Dayum thats scary never traveling to Australia

radiojerry

Other than being very dangerous, they are very attractive birds when compared to the ostrich or emu.

radiojerry

When they kick, they use their feet to disembowel.

radiojerry

Zelda, a cassowary is like an Australian ostrich or emu. They are very territorial and have an extremely lethal kick. They do kill humans. Wranglers use a garden rake to hold them beyond kicking distance.

Link_balloon1988

never seen a cassowary what are they?

PutterDutt

If it were me, I'd smack the cassowary, leap on my horse and go far, far away!

Tincup

Me neither Jerry. It would take some strategy to do that. A position I would not want to be in either.

radiojerry

I've seen videos of Australian wranglers holding off a cassowary with a rake but it's not a position I would want to be in.

PutterDutt

Oh, Heidi!! I lived in New Jersey and read all of Terhune's books, too, Dawn, but never visited the home. WHY would an idiot vandalize that house??? I have had a mental image of in my head since I can remember. The fireplace, with Lad's 'cave' under the piano, the sloping lawn down to the water.....

Surreal_Heidi

I've been to Sunnybank many times, firstdawn. The grounds are magnificent, but vandals destroyed the house. The graves are all still there, and need to be visited. I broke down the first time I saw Lad's grave.

firstdawn

Never had a collie but I read every book written by Terhune when I was a little girl.

PutterDutt

Don't forget about the Collies, Dawn.

firstdawn

Had to look up what a Catahoula Leopard dog looks like. Great but scary story Heidi. I would loved to visit your mini zoo but you're about 3,000 miles away.
@Surreal_Heidi

PutterDutt

Great story, Zelda! Yay for the hubby!

Funny story, Bob.

Good. No puddle.

Link_balloon1988

oh dear...i thought geese are very territorial and haha on the golf ball stealing...not laughing at them attacking you or the guy i apologize if i have offended you

Surreal_Heidi

Ellen.... he left no puddle... his pants absorbed everything. Plus, he was so terrified of making a move in front of the dogs that he couldn't have bent over in front of them. They were in a circle around him, and if he bent over, delicate parts would have been vulnerable.

racoonstar

I have to admit I am scared of Canadian geese.
I encountered a small group of them on a golf course in Indiana.
Not only did a couple of them charge me and the guy I was sharing the golf cart with, but they stole my golf ball!

Tincup

OMG

Link_balloon1988

i want this sign...my house was almost robbed but lucky my hubby scared the guy with his fan-made battleax...hubby's a super anime fan and loves making weapons from movies/shows/video games in his spare time..he's a manager for Cosco

PutterDutt

Oh..... Shoulda made him clean up his own puddle.....with his shirt!

Surreal_Heidi

Nope. I let him go after a half hour of pure terror to the guy. I figured that he'd never put himself through that again. The guy actually wet himself in front of me!!!
Plus, this was New Jersey. The cops were a bigger threat to me and my dogs than they were to him.

PutterDutt

C'mon, Heidi! Did you call the cops????

Tincup

Did you call the police and have him taken into custody?

Surreal_Heidi

Ooooooooo.... a security flock of Cassowaries could take out a squad of burglars with ease. They might even take out a squad of Marines if they weren't heavily armed. Canada geese in defence mode are pretty serious enemies to have... one step below angry swans... But angry birds can be indescriminately dangerous. My dogs only go after people who don't have my permission to enter. I still remember the look of unadulterated terror on the face of the burglar who made it into my living room at 2:30 AM..... before being caught by 12 silent collies all baring their teeth. He wet himself. (My then husband hid in the bedroom through the whole episode, he was so terrified of the burglar. [[ I despise cowards. ]] I enjoyed confronting the burglar. I knew if he even wiggled a finger in my direction that the pack would go for him and tear him to pieces. He was just smart enough to know that, too.)

Tincup

I bet! They can easily catch a running human, knock them down, bite and batter them.

Bubble

No better security than Canada geese, tin. Many years ago I was chased by a flock of them in Hyde park London, when I innocently went over to feed a couple of birds. They decided I was going to feed them all .............. they got excited, I beat a hasty retreat followed by the laughter of the lunchtime crowd. (̑̑•̺̑̑•̑̑)

Tincup

I like the sign and I like the idea of security roosters. Also big Canada security geese. And maybe an angry Cassowary with running room.

ParsonWayne

But I couldn't put up a sign like this, PD, because I don't have a gun.

Surreal_Heidi

I agree with Jerry in that I don't want signs advertising the presence of guns in my home. My dogs won't let any strangers in the house, anyways, but I prefer letting the dogs handle the violence. The guns are used for putting down injured animals in an emergency, or destroying predators going after my animals.

radiojerry

I do like the message on the sign but although I am a strong 2nd amendment supporter, I don't put anything outside my home that would indicate there are guns inside.

Bubble

Thank you Bob, won't need this sign because my face usually scares most people away (̑̑•̺̑̑•̑̑)

That's right - if they try to take your stuff, kill them! And if your not very good with a gun and you only hit an extremity it will make the kill shot easier.

racoonstar

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/31/de/b5/31deb5abbeec09768806fd127aae891f.jpg

Bubble

A no nonsense sign, telling it like it is ........... I like it ! Thanks Ellen. (̑̑•̺̑̑•̑̑)

Watchman

I like this sign as well. I just have no trespassing signs posted around the places. My neighbors are illiterate and blind for they still trespass across posted private property. When caught claim they did not see the sign. My house sign is guarded by security roosters. ;-))

PutterDutt

Parson!!! You surprise me! :o)

Thank, Bob. Too bad it's all screwed up.

racoonstar

The bottom of the sign has the URL ReadyToDefend.com and they show the metal sign on their site, along with some window decals with the same design:

https://readytodefend.com

Unfortunately, when you go to the individual page to try and buy one the page is showing errors. In fact, ALL of the item pages I checked had errors.

The main page has contact information for the company at the bottom of the web page.

ParsonWayne

I like the sign better than the ADT sign in front of our house.

Isaly

Awesome sign!

I want one of these!

puzzeljac

☺☺☺

Mischka

Brilliant. :-)

PutterDutt

That ought to slow down the bad folks!

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