Zebras (zee-bras, or zeh-brahs if you’re Pommie or Commonwealth) are one of the three surviving members of the equines - along with horses and asses. Heh, I said ass. Zebras have three different distinct species - plains, grevy’s, and mountain zebra. There also used to be quagga, but those were hunted to extinction in the 19th century. Nice going, humans. As far as I can tell, this is a Burchell plains zebra, due to the intermittent grey stripes on the haunches. Chapman zebras also have that pattern, but they have bold stripes below their “knees”.
Tony Dow has died from liver cancer at the age of 77. He was the actor who played Wally opposite of Jerry Mather's (UC Berkeley, BS Philosophy '77) "Beaver" Cleaver
Cal player who did surprisingly well in the pros
TODAY IN COVID
OUR CRUMBLING DEMOCRACY
ELSEWHERE IN COLLEGE
Some good new for East Bay roller skating fans. This is one of my happy places. Been going here since I was dipping Big League Chew. Place has not changed one iota in 40 years since I've been going. https://www.ktvu.com/news/golden-skate-to-remain-open-after-receiving-overwhelming-support
Giving a tour in Mandarin at work today. Google Translate don't fail me now!!!