Homey in Wikipedia

Laridae, or the gull family is well represented in Wikipedia here. Everything you wanted to know about Homey. Although well filled out with citations it needs a little more work. The first problem I had with the page is the second photo depicting two homies playing tug-of-war or possibly waiting for a third to play jump rope:

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Do you think it is disrespectful to homey to have this photo contained on the official Wikipedia page of the gull?

A quick additional edit since the first three voters want the photo removed. If you examine the large photo it is clear this ground squirrel has been pinin’ for the fjords for some time. A flat squirrel, run over by something large, maybe a truck, and baked on the tarmac. I think either homey would say, “crispy, tastes like bacon!”

About Paul Morrison & RD

Good Morning Gloucester reporter possessing the dangerous combination of a Press Pass and a Rubber Duck.
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6 Responses to Homey in Wikipedia

  1. With 41 votes cast a contest to replace the photo is pulling ahead.

  2. anonymous says:

    Did you know there are over 20 types of seagulls in the No. Atlantic?

  3. Nate says:

    How fitting. Sea gulls are known as “Flying Rats” and squirrels are also known as “Tree Rats.”


  4. It looks like a tasteful replacement of the photo is going to be the winner. Next week I will hold the contest to obtain a photo of homey in the best light possible. Two seagulls fighting over a herring I think would be ideal.

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