The K Ohle with Kurt Braunohler The K Ohle #28: Pet-o-Philia with Nick Thune Posted by Katie Levine on November 5, 2013 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Nick and Kurt chat about animals. Topics include crazy boat parties, sad stories about dogs, and a game of How Would You Rather Die? Plus, Kurt vents some beefs about coffee shops. Follow @nickthune on Twitter! Like the show on Facebook! Follow @kurtbraunohler on Twitter! Tags k ohle, Kurt Braunohler, nick thune, pet-ohilia Related Posts What's New What's Trending BLACK MIRROR Recap: “Hated in the Nation” Is a Honeycomb of Mysteries article Morgan Spurlock's RATS Will Get Under Your Skin (Review) article SPIDER-MAN RE-ANIMATE Gives a New Take on the Classic Cartoon article HERSCHELL GORDON LEWIS FEAST is a Balanced Film School Meal (Blu-ray Review) article TIMELESS: “Party at Castle Varlar” Invited The Real James Bond (Recap) article Mondo Is Releasing Classic Horror Film Scores On Vinyl For Halloween article John Cleese Recapping THE WALKING DEAD Is Simply Delightful article Hyper Realistic Superhero Portraits Are Amazing and Terrifying article Wolverine's LOGAN Trailer Looks Unlike Any Superhero Movie We've Seen article Comments FlorenciaValleM says: October 1, 2014 at 1:37 pm Okay, this one is MUCH bigger: http://www.ctvnews.ca/sci-tech/huge-california-oarfish-was-filled-with-little-monsters-researchers-1.1525409 FlorenciaValleM says: October 1, 2014 at 1:36 pm Oarfish pic: http://cdn3.gbtimes.com/cdn/farfuture/4EZRcevwoasAKH-hNjPWYWqYIDEMFLcYjvlcu_Cpf3k/mtime:1387239680/sites/default/files/styles/1280_wide/public/2013/11/05/oarfishirl.jpg?itok=wQCvllVa Big Dave says: November 6, 2013 at 7:12 pm The Romans saw the death of a bird as an omen. Armies would turn back if a dead bird was seen. I was walking to work once and out of nowhere a pigeon fell straight down (thud) dead on to the ground in front of me…it must have been sitting on the telephone wires above me and just died at that moment…it was so weird…at first I thought someone had thrown it at me but there was no one to be seen.