Hello folks who wonder if bandits were the original hipsters who started the face masks trend,

How do you become a millionaire in the fastest way possible?
Simple, take a billion dollars, invest in the stock market. And soon enough, you will become a millionaire.

You see, people invest in stocks in hopes that they yield the highest potential returns. Most animals however do not live in the confines of the New York Stock Exchange, hence they wanted to invest in something more tangible which would set them and their future generations for success. Hence they invested in the stock that has always been rising since the last plague - Humans.
We call these groups of animals who bought those stocks as "domesticated", but some animals wanted all the benefits of living in the vicinity of humans i.e free junk food, polluted air, part of Instagram selfies without any of the cuddles and petting.

Pigeons are one of the prime examples of those set of animals. Pigeons can be found in urban areas wherever there is trash lying around. Hence it is no surprise they are found literally everywhere on San Francisco streets.
Below is one getting micro triggered after tasting one of the new "low sodium" fries. I would rather get my leg amputated than eat this sh*t, it says.

But you can't have your cake and eat it too. Being surrounded by trash is a great way to keep yourself fed with all those free carbs and other junk, but it can also result in bodily harm to these pigeons.
Take the example of this pigeon who is walking with a stump on his left leg where it seems some digits of his left leg have been amputated.

So how did this happen? You see, when pigeons walk around trash they are bound to run into filaments which get tangled with their leg or any of its digits. When they continue walking with that leg, it makes that grip tighter which soon ends up hindering the blood flow in that area, ultimately leading to necrosis.

Below are a bunch of Dark-eyed Juncos teaching humans how to dine in the COVID era. Take a bite from your plate, then look around to see if no one is within 6 feet, then take another bite.


I wanted to give readers a glimpse of how the drawings come about. Below is one such example of the drawing I used in this post.

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