Weirdness on the subway

There are 8 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by Rice.

  • Well, Al is usually well controlled, if not always well behaved. He can stand on his short little reptilian legs for ages, with his eyes half-closed, appearing not to notice or care about anything around him. But just as the subte approaches the Juramento stop, he might innocently give a flick of his mighty tail, bowling over a row of standing riders. Or when a teenager doesn’t give up his seat to a young mother with little children or to an old geezer with a cane, Al might remember how hungry he is, and how much he likes the taste of running shoes, cell phones, and appendages attached to both. Did I mention how well trained he is?

  • Your commnent is highly funny and intelligent.

    What I mean is that nowadays we are inside a trend of fostering including people, and anjimal specimens as well. To prevent the allowance of alligators in the tube could be a case of discrimination, right?

    Perhaps the INADI of Argentina, an institution which is always watching the discrimination

    issues, will support your alligator.

  • Your commnent is highly funny and intelligent.

    What I mean is that nowadays we are inside a trend of fostering including people, and anjimal specimens as well. To prevent the allowance of alligators in the tube could be a case of discrimination, right?

    Perhaps the INADI of Argentina, an institution which is always watching the discrimination

    issues, will support your alligator.

    Thank you for this excellent advice. I shall call them next time Al has an incident of binge eating on the subte.