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Posted By:Skip

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2009-07-10 14:14:58
If anyone remembers the film "Up In Smoke", this photo has a whole 'nuther meaning!! Hey, Patito: after you have enough Tequila and Lone Star chasers, I bet that one could conceivably believe that those frogs could at least play a passable, "Great Balls of Fire"! [laughing]
2009-07-09 23:56:11
I didn't think reptiles could be trained at all. Truly amazing..., I found a video of them
2009-07-09 23:15:45
This isn't really all that far-fetched..few years back an old fellow from down close to Chalmette had a beer joint way back off the highway, and he taught his pet frogs to play the of 'em, the biggest frog, whould kinda hop back and forth on the keys and lay down the bass line, while the smaller frog would hop back and forth and play the melody..sounded pretty good, too...I'm not gonna insult anybody's intelligence by asking 'em to believe they played Mozart or Gershwin or any of that stuff..'bout the only thing they knew was that ol' honky tonk boogie woogie...but they had a pretty good sense of rhythm and they could improvise a little bit...I can understand how some people might be skeptical about this, and in fact I probably wouldn't believe it if I hadn't seen it myself..
2009-07-09 11:18:50
No, of course I don't mind, I am fond of lizards, too, and I don't even get spooked when I see a snake. ;-)
2009-07-09 11:10:07
Thanks for the info on that site poppy, it's great! I hope you don't mind but I thought it would be fun to show another one....I guess I'm a lizardlover!! :)