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2011-01-09 07:48:33
We could all meet in the mull islands and have a glass of mulled wine while we mull over the mull deer
2011-01-08 00:27:18
Good idea, El Peon..or maybe a disclaimer at the beginning saying something like: "Attention Literal-Minded People, Stuffed Shrts and Tight-Asses: Joke Advisory: The Following Content is Intended as Humor and Should Not Be Mistaken For Actual Facts."
2011-01-07 23:09:17
I got a solution! Patito you have to put in the future at the bottom of your funny comments a simple note. BDW: this is a joke, just kidding ! :)
2011-01-07 21:49:38
Poor old Deerslayer...as we've pointed out before, it takes a certain minimal amount of intellect and wit to recognize a joke, and some people just can't make the cut. Deerslayer ( who is in fact Larry Sheldon ) is the kind of person who'll walk into a bar out in West Texas, point to the stuffed jackalope and say "You people know those things aren't real, don't you?" and then wonder why everybody looks at him like he's stupid. Kind of pitiful, really.
2011-01-07 18:17:33
To deerslayer: How useful or wanted is your comment? - Patito was writing in jest, which everyone but you knows. To COY: As to Mule Deer having an alternative spelling of Mull Deer, that is not so. The Internet is awash with false information: Someone makes an error, and other people run with it, and soon fiction appears to become fact. :)
2011-01-07 17:32:44
Well, patito, the self-appointed expert has chipped in again to make another of his useless and unwanted comments. Deer on the Isle of Mull, or anywhere in Scotland for that matter, are red deer (Cervus elaphus) and are quite distinct from the mule deer in this photo. The terrain in the photo is obviously not Scotland either. Mule deer are indigenous to western North America in terrain very similar to that in the photo. Young doe's, such as in the photo, can become very acclimated to human presence in campground areas in the US and Canada, which makes it very easy to take a photo such as this. My best guess would place this photo in one of the National Forest campgrounds of the Eastern Sierra of California. Why does patito step in and make comments on matters like this, that he knows nothing about? His comments never clarify matters and, for the most part, they only 'muddy' the water.
2011-01-07 10:12:54
Thanks for liking my joke, COY. It's always good to see the funny side of things. When I googled 'Mull', it said, 'do you mean mule ?'. So I figured that it is probably that. On Wikipedia, it says that it gets the name 'mule' from its mule like ears. When I first saw this beautiful photo, its ears were the very first thing I loved about it. Take care, COY.... :)
2011-01-07 09:47:31
I like the joke P.G. I am still Mulling over it myself. The picture had "MULL" on it.I Googled it and it seems that it is both ways, But I am now leaning toward "Mule" as probably being correct....
2011-01-07 09:15:35
I think I might have to 'mull' over the idea here of what this deer might be called.... :) Sorry, bad joke...
2011-01-07 01:18:47
Perhaps this a photo of a deer taken on the Isle of Mull, an island in the Inner Hebrides off the West Coast of Scotland. There are deer on Mull .
2011-01-07 01:16:42
Odocoileus hemionus IS Mule Deer.
2011-01-07 00:21:34
Good morning robot. Thank you for your comment. As you know I am prone to making typos from time to time, but in this case I did not.It is a Mull Deer "Odocoileus hemionus". Again, thank you....
2011-01-06 09:49:39
Lovely picture, Coy. Do you mean Mule Deer?