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A positive environmental development.

Posted by Tim B. on 05/09/2008 at 12:19 AM
  1. When I first glanced at the title I thought that it would be and article on sweater cows, instead its about some useless British bird.

    Talk about your disappointment.

    Posted by joe bagadonuts on 2008 05 09 at 12:29 AM • permalink

  2. It’s not good news for people with mediocre tits. How will they cope?

    Posted by blandwagon on 2008 05 09 at 12:32 AM • permalink

  3. Perhaps the headline should have been:
    “Global Warming Saves Baby Birds.”
    This could be the feel-good story of the year.

    Posted by daddy dave on 2008 05 09 at 12:35 AM • permalink

  4. Yeah.
    What about lesser tits, old tits, useless tits, saggy tits, etcetera?

    Bloody tittists!

    (titter)

    Posted by kae on 2008 05 09 at 12:35 AM • permalink

  5. Will nobody spare a thought for the pussies?

    Posted by SwinishCapitalist on 2008 05 09 at 12:38 AM • permalink

  6. Mmmmmmmmmmm…..birdwatching!

    Posted by Penguin on 2008 05 09 at 12:43 AM • permalink

  7. Apparently boobies are also at risk from global warming.

    Posted by cuckoo on 2008 05 09 at 12:44 AM • permalink

  8. Related:

    According to [Cindy] Crawford and the “Thirsty for Change” Web site, Americans use 50 billion water bottles a year.

    “Fifty billion in America and only 50 percent are recycled,” Crawford said. “So that’s like 38 billion that aren’t recycled.”

    Posted by C.L. on 2008 05 09 at 12:44 AM • permalink

  9. #8
    Lancet should snap her up for their research…

    Posted by kae on 2008 05 09 at 12:45 AM • permalink

  10. “Willow, titwillow, titwillow”

    Oh, Gilbert and Sullivan

    Posted by El Cid on 2008 05 09 at 12:52 AM • permalink

  11. Great tits do cope well with warming, but I’m not sure what that has to do with birds.

    Posted by Diggs on 2008 05 09 at 12:55 AM • permalink

  12. Squeeze me and tell me I’m not dreaming.

    It has long been a source of wonderment (in fact I wonder if I can get a grant from the Govt to study) just how Tits respond when faced with climate change.

    Likewise it is of course a matter of record that Bits are not fond of sudden cold and retreat to heaven knows where until once again conditions encourage them into display mode.

    Posted by Wacko on 2008 05 09 at 01:00 AM • permalink

  13. OT, but the burmese disaster i so obviously a product of global wommering that it is a miracle nobody seems to be blaming george bush

    in other unrelated news, a flannery sighting actually on australian soil for a change - flannel was seen scurrying into collins place just after lunch, but the spotter had no opportunity to trip him & send him flying headlong down the stairs

    Posted by KK on 2008 05 09 at 01:01 AM • permalink

  14. Big Breasted Bed Thrashers rejoice.

    Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 05 09 at 01:01 AM • permalink

  15. #12
    Display mode of bits. Is that what it’s called.

    Some of them are just, plain showing off!

    Bits, I mean.

    Posted by kae on 2008 05 09 at 01:06 AM • permalink

  16. That headline Great tits cope well with warming says it all.  I love it.

    Posted by Wand on 2008 05 09 at 01:15 AM • permalink

  17. My great tits keep me warm.

    That’s all I’m saying.

    Posted by Pogria on 2008 05 09 at 01:39 AM • permalink

  18. And on the topic of tits, The Director-General of Education, a convicted drug trafficker, has put a government schoolteacher on suspension for talking about her vanilla sex life in a women’s magazine.

    Welcome to New South Wales.

    Posted by monaro on 2008 05 09 at 01:42 AM • permalink

  19. mmmh, careful people,all this talk about “tits” could be taken the wrong way!

    Posted by Margos Maid on 2008 05 09 at 01:44 AM • permalink

  20. #19
    Heaven forfend that it lead to
    . .
    . dancing!

    Posted by kae on 2008 05 09 at 01:49 AM • permalink

  21. Some boobs think Tim doesn’t keep abreast of the news, but that’s udder nonsense.

    Posted by Dave S. on 2008 05 09 at 01:51 AM • permalink

  22. “Great tits cope well with warming”

    They respond even better to an ice cube.

    Posted by Dave S. on 2008 05 09 at 01:55 AM • permalink

  23. What about the ocelots?  How do you titilate an ocelot?

    Oscilate its tit a lot.

    Posted by mr creosote on 2008 05 09 at 02:12 AM • permalink

  24. It’s pleasing that no one has stooped low enough to mention how much cocks appreciate warmth. A mature flock are we.

    Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 05 09 at 02:15 AM • permalink

  25. Great tits cope well with warming

    I’ve known this since I was a teenager sitting on Cronulla beach in the 1960s.

    Posted by Contrail on 2008 05 09 at 02:20 AM • permalink

  26. Just goes to show that you can’t beat great tits.

    Posted by Irobot on 2008 05 09 at 02:21 AM • permalink

  27. This explains the discovery of a new rare species.

    Posted by Art Vandelay on 2008 05 09 at 02:23 AM • permalink

  28. Well I am surprised.  An animal that is adapting to changing environmental conditions.  Who would have thought it possible in the unchanging world of mother nature?

    Posted by brian_smaller on 2008 05 09 at 02:28 AM • permalink

  29. “The reason for either of them to visit the Pacific Northwest remains obscure.”

    They didn’t have enough money for any place that was important. Like, Oh, L.A., Flagstaff AZ, Bend OR. Places like that. I heard that their original choice was Rupert ID. but the Chamber of Commerce in Rupert talked them out of it. One of the places that they really shied away from was Rifle, CO. I understand that they have a phobia about thunder sticks. But hey, that’s the way Boobies are.

    Posted by Mike H. on 2008 05 09 at 02:36 AM • permalink

  30. #18 monaro,

    This poor girl gets suspended because she showed a bit of skin in a mag that basically sells clothes and make up, yet nothing happens to this slag.

    FFS!!! It’s not like she was spread eagled in the centre of Hustler.

    Posted by Pogria on 2008 05 09 at 02:38 AM • permalink

  31. #18

    Any state that elects someone called Coutts-Trotter deserves all it gets.

    Posted by graboy on 2008 05 09 at 04:19 AM • permalink

  32. #30, #18 and did you read that Lynne Tziolas teaches year one at Narraweena Public School. So she teaches six year old children!

    Now who cares about her behaviour for goodness sake?  It looks like a great photo to me. But some parents?  So are they showing the picture of their teacher to the children?  Come on. Yeah sure.

    More likely Tziolas voted for John Howard and someone found out.

    Posted by Wand on 2008 05 09 at 04:21 AM • permalink

  33. The North American wood warbler has not adapted its migration pattern to the earlier emergence of caterpillars in its breeding ground

    Warblers are a pain in the butt for bird watchers anyway.  You can never tell what one it is.

    Posted by rhhardin on 2008 05 09 at 05:59 AM • permalink

  34. #26 This talk needs to be nippled in the buddy.

    Posted by stackja1945 on 2008 05 09 at 07:09 AM • permalink

  35. #31 graboy

    Coutts-Trotter wasn’t elected but appointed. His main qualification to direct NSW’s education was being married to a Labor politician, Tanya Plibisek. His main contribution so far has been an increase students leaving his control for private schools. It is the price NSW pays for electing the Mafia as a government.

    Posted by Contrail on 2008 05 09 at 07:16 AM • permalink

  36. “Great tits cope well with warming”
    I have found that great tits thrive in all climates.

    Posted by Latino on 2008 05 09 at 12:36 PM • permalink

  37. Understanding why some species in some places are affected more than others by climatic shifts is vital, they say.

    My guess is, they haven’t been forced to watch exposed to algore’s An Inconvenient Truth, as youngsters.

    Posted by rinardman on 2008 05 09 at 03:12 PM • permalink

  38. Personally, I think they look even better when it’s chilly.

    Posted by WingDynasty on 2008 05 09 at 05:20 PM • permalink

  39. Damn you, Blair!

    Posted by Harry Bergeron on 2008 05 09 at 05:48 PM • permalink

  40. Oafish and infantile comments, people. :-)

    Beautifully done, in the finest traditions etc . . . . .

    Posted by Pedro the Ignorant on 2008 05 09 at 10:41 PM • permalink

  41. some global warming science we would really like to see the evidence for

    Posted by galoot on 2008 05 10 at 10:15 AM • permalink

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