When the chips are down

The recent release of ‘Hitchcock’ the movie showcases the genius of the man who created world-class suspense films from his ‘Alfred Hitchcock Presents’ series on TV introduced by that fantastic piece of music – ‘Funeral March of a Marionette’ by Charles Gounod. Some of my personal movie faves include, Rear Window, The Trouble with Harry, Rope and The Birds (to name but a few).

bird projectionThe 1963 movie,  “The Birds” starring Tippi Hedren was based on the Daphne du Maurier 1952 novel about a flock of birds who takeover Bodega Bay in California. Similarly seagulls feature in most beach and bay areas around the world. Here’s a 3-D depiction of a bird captured through a street-art projection.

Fish & chips are synonymous with the seaside and therefore seagulls. So, I ask? Can you ever recall having a take-out fish&chip meal in paper-wrapping  on the beach without seagulls bickering, foraging and ultimately stealing your chips?

lonesome chipSo, that makes me wonder, if chips are so bad for us to eat (as we keep being reminded that they are  cholesterol raisers and artery cloggers, etc) and seagulls eat chips…

—then, why don’t they die of heart-attacks due to over-indulgence in high-fat chip high-cholesterol diets?  Can someone please explain!

— and my second question is …if this chip on the grass has been down since the night before, what’s wrong with it, and why hasn’t a seagull rescued it?….

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