What causes this phenomenon? //assets.nationalgeographic.com/modules-video/latest/assets/ngsEmbeddedVideo.html?guid=00000168-b9ea-d979-a16d-f9ffb69a0000 EXCLUSIVE VIDEO REVEALS HALF-MALE, HALF-FEMALE CARDINAL: Birdwatchers in Erie, Pennsylvania, found an incredibly uncommon bird—in their backyard. FOOTAGE PROVIDED BY SHIRLEY CALDWELL BY MAUREEN SEABERG National Geographic Jan 31, 2019 JEFFREY AND SHIRLEY Caldwell have been attracting birds for 25 years with carefully tended backyard feeders. But the lifelong Erie, Pennsylvania, residents … Continue reading Rare half-male, half-female cardinal spotted in Pennsylvania
by O Society Dec 10, 2018 The thing is, my story isn't very different from most people's. So you won't hear me talk about it much. Which might seem a bit strange, because naturally people do this blog thing to tell everyone about themselves. Not here. What I will say is there was a … Continue reading How Did I Get Here? What the Hell? and other questions answered…
Happy Halloween every body! You will notice today we indulge in some Día de Muertos style images to go with the articles to be ah... festive! If you are new to O Society, the deal is we got tired of the short-attention-span news cycle, drive-by hot takes, and emotional chain jerks. Bored with the trolling … Continue reading BOO, Darlings!
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Not into cutting ribbons with scissors or smashing perfectly good bottles of booze on the side of a ship. So let's christen this thing with a poem: A tree whose trunk is of a man’s embrace, Begins from something extremely tiny. A tower of nine stories high, Is built from a heap of earth. A … Continue reading About O Society