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RE: Yet more on dinosaur quad climbers

> Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2013 19:48:45 -0400
> From: ruben@mrbrklyn.com

>>> That would be wrong. The wings are usually tucked away. There are
>>> birds, like the bower bird, that are exceptions. But when moving around
>>> and struting stuff, the wings are TUCKED away and the TAIL FEATHERS are
>>> almost uniformally the display feathers from the red tail of the African
>>> Grey Parrot to the Peacock.
>> I gave you a long list of robust examples where the wings are used in
>> displayo
> You gave an irrelivent list. I've made the proper points. You will
> either come around or not. It matters not to me.

 if it doesn't matter to you, why reply?  why keep saying he's wrong?