Skip to comments.Monkey Business North Of San Francisco
Posted on 12/09/2009 5:03:49 PM PST by bunkerhill7
Monkey sightings in Novato Henry K. Lee, Chronicle Staff Writer
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
(12-09) 14:02 PST NOVATO -- There might be a monkey loose in Novato.
It all began at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, when a school bus driver reported seeing a monkey darting across the road on Captain Nurse Circle near Bolling Drive, Harrington said.
The school bus driver said he was absolutely sure it was monkey, with a foot-and-a-half-long tail, she said.
The Humane Society was inclined to laugh it off as a squirrel, or perhaps a cat or small dog. But then a woman called about 5 p.m. Tuesday to report that her 11-year-old daughter had seen a monkey in the same area Thursday, Harrington said.
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THe San Francisco area is full of nuts. Some are named Pelosi, Boxer, Waters, etc. I don’t care if Waters isn’t from SF. She’s the biggest communist nut in the box.
Do you have a foot-and-a-half long tail?
That is one of my all time favorite movies! LOL
The Rally Monkey frowns upon your shenanigans.
It might be one particular freeper running from the evil darwinists...
I received an autographed photo from Charles Heston the day before he announced that he had Alzheimers. You could see it in his handwritting.
It was the picture of him and Linda Harrison (Nova) on horseback at the end of the movie. Linda is still very pretty and I’ve met her several times.
It’s nice to have both of their signatures on one photo.
The monkey doctor was pretty cute too, if you like monkeys.
I remember seeing quite a few monkeys at Uncle Charlies.
OK...my brain is flickering back to life now...Uncle Charlies was in Corte Madera...but its almost the same place...where’s my coffee?
My dad got me hooked on those movies when I was a little girl. Mom couldn’t stand them! :)
‘Face! Dat you?
The whole state of California is full of monkey business!
Novato is part of Marin county. The elites and pseudo elites who live in Marin and feel that no laws apply to them.
I can remember liberal idiots in Marin in the 1970’s having tigers, lions and other predator killers in their homes as a pet or as an elite novelity.
Then, when an economic downturn happens, often these critters are abandoned in the countryside or edge of a community.
When this current economic downturn was red hot in 2008, a common traffic problem reported on the radio or tv in marvelous Marin was abandoned horses on country roads.
Aren’t you in Santa Rosa, or are you further east in Napa County? Either way, its just a short monkey-jump over to your neck of the woods...