yes, jaclaz, i knew that you weren't making a derogatory pun with "boar".
since i knew that you won the Italian "Sweetheart of the Year" award, which started in 2008, for the years
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014.
Unfortunately for you, Pee Wee Herman, who has dual American and Italian citizenships, won the award in 2012.
I live in rural West Virginia, USA, where deer are a big problem for motorists -- especially at night.
At all times of the year, you always see deer carcasses on the side of the road(s).
My next-door neighbor hit a deer at night with his BMW, and it broke his windshield, and tore off his front fender.
The great thing about living in a rural area is that I often see, up close, packs of 4 or 5 white-tail deer moseying across my front yard.
But I'm puzzled by the fact that they *all* have their white tails sticking straight up in the air, in the frigid cold of the winter time.
That is, they don't cover their hiney-holes with their tails in that extremely cold weather.
As you know, Albert Einstein *unsuccessfully* tried to expain this phenomenon in his Unified Field Theory.
Do you have an explanation for this white-tail-deer behavior?
Thanks in advance for the edification,
Benny Skippy Larry
Edited by larryb123456, 23 April 2014 - 01:23 PM.