I’ve been in a constant state of panic ever since the bird box incident, and it’s never been more of a concern. Not the thoughts or emotions, but the things leading up to that moment. The way we choose to communicate and share our feelings was completely unprofessional and, in my opinion, completely unacceptable.
The bird box incident of a couple years ago was a particularly disturbing one. An American Red-billed… uh. I don’t know. I guess it’s not a bird. The incident was a one-time-only thing, and it left me feeling like a kid who had just taken his first hit of coke, which, of course, made me feel even worse.
The incident left me feeling like a kid who had just taken his first hit of coke, which, of course, made me feel even worse. It also left me with a very real feeling that it was my fault, and I shouldnt have reacted so violently.
The word “bird” is often used as a way to describe people who have mental health issues. I have a hard time believing that, but I guess that’s what I’m going with. The bird was a way for me to think about what I’d done that had made me so angry. I had done things I shouldn’t have.
I feel like I should start by apologizing to these guys for acting like I was the one who had done something so horrific. I guess I should also give them my apology for being so out of character.
To the people who take it personally, I should have said, “It’s not your fault, really. I had nothing to do with this.” I had no control over the situation, so there was nothing I could do about it except try to stop myself. I never thought the bird box would get all up in my face and start telling me what I should do. I was so angry I couldn’t even control myself.
I am so sorry I have been so out of character with you. I know when I first met you I was pretty cool, but you did not know who you were dealing with. You werent about to let some bird talk you into doing something you didnt want to do.
Birds do not talk directly to us. Birds in general are very vocal animals and we find it to be our best defense against them. It is also possible that bird boxes are telling the birds to tell us what to do. We should all take a deep breath and make a plan to stop the bird box from doing it.
The real question here is not whether or not you should kill the bird box. It does seem like it is telling the birds that we are in control of the situation, so our only option is to make a plan, find an abandoned bird box, and remove the bird box from the island. This is a lot easier and less risky than killing the bird box (which will probably kill the bird box) and then trying to figure out if we should kill the bird box or not.