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Tony & Chelsea LIVE: Reflections!

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  1. Surely it's not British people but British individuals for I opine a friend's date who was American, asked me what I thought of Americans and said my reply was good, for I said surely it depends on the individual as to how I will like them.

  2. List of all bird spiecies:
    Template: Time – Bird Species (Scientific Name)
    16:54 – Domestic Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
    31:16 – Willet (Tringa semipalmata)
    32:45 – Pied-Billed Grebe (Podilymbus podiceps)
    32:51 – Great Blue Heron (duh) (Ardea herodias)
    36:43 – Canada Goose (Branta canadensis)
    38:28 – Mute Swan (Cygnus olor)
    39:31 – Ring-Biled Gull (Larus delawarensis) (Not "Skeagull")
    40:22 – Hooded Merganser (Lophodytes cucullatus)
    47:24 – Rock Dove (Columba livia)
    48:24 – Great Blue Heron (duh again) (Ardea herodias)
    48:45 – Great Egret (Ardea alba)
    49:57 – Great Blue Heron (duh 3) (Ardea herodias)
    52:41 – Domestic Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
    53:52 – Great Blue Heron (duh 4) (Ardea herodias)
    54:34 – Bonaparte's Gull (Chroicocephalus philadelphia) (yes the scientefic name really has philaelphia in it)
    54:43 – Common Loon (Tony Northrup)
    57:01 – American Avocet (Recurvirostra americana)
    57:04 – Hawfinch (Coccothraustes coccothraustes)
    57:14 – Mandarin Duck (Aix galericulata)
    58:10 – Black-Winged Stilt ( Himantopus himantopus)
    1:02 – Reddish Egret (Egretta rufescens)

    P.S: I will do this for every Tony Northrup video from now onward

  3. My first photo to make it!! And Tony said is was gorgeous… Then the flaws came out lol. It was at 30:25 "Sunrise at Dream Lake". This was my first ever HDR image. Was the fringing in the tree more a factor of HDR processing or the graduated filter?

  4. I'm glad I got to see this one live and saw my photo up because I'm going to have to work once again next week. It isn't easy to watch this show live on Thursdays when you live in the Pacific Time Zone.

  5. I am literally binge watching your videos all of them are awesome can you please take another trip and come back jet lagged your beautiful wife is freaking hilarious can't stop laughing. Thank you for the educational videos.

  6. Flip-flops are terrible! They all need to be destroyed. I hate the way they look, I hate the way the sound and I certainly hate the way the feel, with that thing wedged between toes. DEATH TO ALL FLIP-FLOPS!

  7. Oh, wait, what? I haven't liked this video, meaning I haven't seen it!
    I guess this highfalutin, rock and roll lifestyle I have is getting in the way of my obsessive completionism. Gasp!
    I'mm'a open a home-brewed beer and settle down for a belated live show! My Stay Focused™ t-shirt (thanks again Louis!) is in the wash, so I can't wear that right now. W00t!

  8. 27:35
    In the fields of ethology and behavioural ecology, the debate of cognition has been fierce and controversial. What is intelligence? Is it the capacity for neo-cognition (problem solving)? If so, one has to account for heuristic cognitive mechanisms (so-called "rules of thumb") that evolution can produce without the need for much brains. E.g. the ability to anticipate the path, and catch a ball in the air, without knowing or working out the actual calculus involved in an object in a trajectory.
    Or, is it the ability to understand that other minds exist (mind theory) that defines intelligence? Does that tie into self-awareness, or is it a separate cognitive faculty?

    Turns out, no! The definition of intelligence is the knowledge of how to pronounce SATA. This continues to be a challenge for species that lack a vocal cord able to express or imitate words. Further studies are needed.

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