Consider the bigger issues in today’s world

When I read the letter “For the birds” I had to check the calendar to make sure it wasn’t April 1.

I have lived on Vancouver Island for 20 years and in Oak Bay for 10.

I have followed the local news and opinions and there is always an interesting opinion that makes you ponder.

When I read the letter “For the birds” I had to check the calendar to make sure it wasn’t April 1.

If the biggest problem in a day is to swish out a bird bath, what’s that five minutes? Then aren’t you lucky.

I am actually really offended by this complaint. Look at the news, look at the world – and your problem is crows soaking their bread in your birdbath?

I recommend that you Google crows and learn about them, they show way more compassion in their lives than you seem to have.

Until then, take a minute and swish out your birdbath.

Bill Smith

Oak Bay

 

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