Bird Brain's Saturday Search: A Forum Expedition

In summary, Pengwuino has been spotted searching the forums and everyone is wondering who he is. He may be a 'brid brain' and is probably molting or looking for mates.
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Cyrus
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Every once in a while I see the bird brain searching the forums.

This is going to be a log:

Saturday, November 25: 2:44 P.M.


http://img157.imageshack.us/img157/8903/evil20eyenm2.jpg
...I see you.
 
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  • #2
who? Pengwuino?
 
  • #3
What the hell is this about ?

marlon
 
  • #4
He knows who,...he knows...
 
  • #5
cyrusabdollahi said:
He knows who,...he knows...

:rolleyes: The rest of us would like to know too. :wink:
 
  • #6
I thought november the 22nd was on a Wednesday?
 
  • #7
Moonbear said:
:rolleyes: The rest of us would like to know too. :wink:

Oh, come on people. MIH told you.

Who else would be a 'brid brain'?

It's like spotting big foot. He comes and goes.
 
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Quit Lurking, Penguin! It's Rude!:mad:
 
  • #9
I hope you realize that it's the 26th today...
 
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moose said:
I hope you realize that it's the 26th today...

What time zone are you in? Arizona is not a day ahead of the east cost.
 
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cyrusabdollahi said:
What time zone are you in? Arizona is not a day ahead of the east cost.

Wow what just happened :confused: :confused: :confused:

I could have SWORN that Thanksgiving was on the 24th, and that when I moved my cursor over the time, it said Saturday, November 26, 2006. I looked again and it says 25th... AHHHHHHH :confused: :confused: :confused: :bugeye:
 
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Saturday, November 25: 8:47 P.M.

http://img157.imageshack.us/img157/8903/evil20eyenm2.jpg
...I see you.
 
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I see you? Isn't that a favorite quote of a stalker? No offense though

:smile:

Sorry if anyone takes offense against this
 
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MadScientist 1000 said:
I see you? Isn't that a favorite quote of a stalker? No offense though

:smile:

Sorry if anyone takes offense against this

There's no rule against stalking penguins. You just can't harrass them. (And that's only in NZ).
http://hestia.typepad.com/flatlander/2005/02/leave_the_pengu.html
stressed-penguins.jpg
 
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Moonbear said:
So he's just disappeared to molt? :smile: That would explain why dduardo disappeared at the same time. Must be molting season. :biggrin:

Or they've gone off to find mates. Or they might be egg-sitting right now.
 
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Dec, 01, 2006 -2:28A.M.

http://img157.imageshack.us/img157/8903/evil20eyenm2.jpg
I see you...
 
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Monday, December 18, 2006: 1:34 am...
http://img157.imageshack.us/img157/8903/evil20eyenm2.jpg

I see you...
 
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cyrusabdollahi said:
http://img157.imageshack.us/img157/8903/evil20eyenm2.jpg

I see you...

Feb. 07, 2007. 10:04 PM, Los Angeles, CA, USA time
 
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LoL, I saw him a few times too, but never posted it. Good looking out :wink:
 
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I hope you guys are following the advice, if you see a pengwuino, don't stand and look, just slowly walk away.

I did notice that the fish supply in the welcome tent has been going down.
 

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1. What is "Bird Brain's Saturday Search: A Forum Expedition"?

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2. What is the purpose of this expedition?

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