20070901 – Greg Z’s birthday party – IMG_3393 – Geeky RSS feed talk (30s) (mjpeg) (20fps) (mono snd)

20070901 – Greg Z’s birthday party – IMG_3393 – Geeky RSS feed talk (30s) (mjpeg) (20fps) (mono snd)
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Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
Geeky talk about RSS feeds, feed aggregation, boring jobs, and the joy of Google Reader.

Clint, Greg, James, Nate, Nicole.
talking.
Google Reader, RSS technology.

Greg and Nicole Z’s house, Reston, Virginia.

September 1, 2007.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com

… Read Greg’s blog at gaugeyagee.wordpress.com/
… View Greg and Nicole’s photos at www.flickr.com/photos/17102271@N00/

would acorn rage wildgame feed work well in south western virginia.?

Question by lee h: would acorn rage wildgame feed work well in south western virginia.?
give any other suggestions. that would be greatly appreciated

Best answer:

Answer by Susan N
try to match the climate (weather and precipitation over time) to both areas. Then, available food source and predators. If they are similar, then most likely yes.

You should never introduce organisms where they do not belong. Look at Australia. They’re screwed.

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