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Hawk with fresh squirrel

The squirrel's dilemma: put on weight for winter or stay nimble enough to avoid becoming something's lunch?

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GOTTEM!!

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I've seen your work and I'm impressed. Come work for me. I have a job which pays squirrels fattened by the finest plants grown on my deck. I can offer a housing allowance as well. No drones. When can you start?

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Can you compete with a high-rise loft condo (with humans cleared from the inside of the windows for your privacy) and several adjacent year-round food courts?

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Not to mention, the opportunity to put "Harvard" on your CV?

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I'll offer them anything they want.

Anyway, the real question is if this Hawk lives in Cambridge and/or is a minority.

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a Harvard Business School grad.

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Nah the hawks love chelsea.. so many rats to eat..

I'll go out on my back porch and almost every time I see a hawk in the trees over my backyard because the neighbors on both sides don't cover their trash (which of course is against our fense) so its rat city.

I welcome Hawks to my neighborhood.

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caption... spot on!

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focusing on a place that has plenty of both four and two legged rodents.

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One less tree rodent is ok with me. They steal all the bird seed from my feeder too.

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