Hyla chrysoscelis

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Photograph by Nicholas Plummer.

Photography contest, Honorable Mention.

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Hyla chrysoscelis – Cope’s gray tree frog.

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You can just barely see in this picture the bright yellow-orange under-leg coloration which is visible only when the frog jumps - or you turn it over.

Somebody get that frog a beer! Do you think he likes Budweiser or Coors? Sorry after burning out my snark machine on that stupid facebook page all I have left is bad puns and worse jokes. I’m going to bed

Do you think he likes Budweiser or Coors?

Whichever attracts more flies…

Rando said:

Do you think he likes Budweiser or Coors?

Are you kidding?

Only Bad Frog Beer will do! :)

No joke, there is a Bad Frog Beer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Frog_Beer

BTW, a few states like Pennsylvania banned Bad Frog Beer because the frog on the label hints of giving the middle finger. The PA banning came at least in part from none other than John Jones III when he was chairperson of the PA Liquor Control Board, before he became a federal judge. Because of the beer banning and other factors about Jones (such as him being a Republican and a Lutheran), perhaps little wonder why the ID crowd was hopeful upon learning Jones would preside over the 2005 Kitzmiller vs Dover trial. Of course, in the end it was science advocates that celebrated when Jones delivered his sweeping decision against ID.

Tenncrain said:

Rando said:

Do you think he likes Budweiser or Coors?

Are you kidding?

Only Bad Frog Beer will do! :)

No joke, there is a Bad Frog Beer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Frog_Beer

BTW, a few states like Pennsylvania banned Bad Frog Beer because the frog on the label hints of giving the middle finger. The PA banning came at least in part from none other than John Jones III when he was chairperson of the PA Liquor Control Board, before he became a federal judge. Because of the beer banning and other factors about Jones (such as him being a Republican and a Lutheran), perhaps little wonder why the ID crowd was hopeful upon learning Jones would preside over the 2005 Kitzmiller vs Dover trial. Of course, in the end it was science advocates that celebrated when Jones delivered his sweeping decision against ID.

You’re right. What an awesome idea for a beer. What’s funny is they have a store and they sell shirts in sizes , and I love this, they go from Med, Large to, 5x. There’s no inbetween it literally goes from large to Goddamn you got a big fat ass. I’m buying one, I have to own this shirt. I especially love the frog attitude shirt.

Rando said:

Tenncrain said:

Rando said:

Do you think he likes Budweiser or Coors?

Are you kidding?

Only Bad Frog Beer will do! :)

No joke, there is a Bad Frog Beer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Frog_Beer

BTW, a few states like Pennsylvania banned Bad Frog Beer because the frog on the label hints of giving the middle finger. The PA banning came at least in part from none other than John Jones III when he was chairperson of the PA Liquor Control Board, before he became a federal judge. Because of the beer banning and other factors about Jones (such as him being a Republican and a Lutheran), perhaps little wonder why the ID crowd was hopeful upon learning Jones would preside over the 2005 Kitzmiller vs Dover trial. Of course, in the end it was science advocates that celebrated when Jones delivered his sweeping decision against ID.

You’re right. What an awesome idea for a beer. What’s funny is they have a store and they sell shirts in sizes , and I love this, they go from Med, Large to, 5x. There’s no inbetween it literally goes from large to Goddamn you got a big fat ass. I’m buying one, I have to own this shirt. I especially love the frog attitude shirt.

I forgot the site! Buy your Bad Frog Beer merchandice here. http://store.badfrog.com/

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