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  • ‘Miracles, Inc., and its idolatrous figure, one Vernon Oliver, who thinks he’s the Second Coming of Lord Jesus himself, is an organization of that red-eared Satan.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • I cast a four-inch, rust-colored plastic worm far out over the bubbles made by turtles (red-eared sliders; the lake is packed with the little devils), but well away from a slow-moving squadron of mallards, and begin a slow retrieve.

    The Lure of Central Park

  • Nearby, two red-eared slider turtles in a similar tank pressed their faces against the glass Sunday afternoon and stared out at visitors.

    City's Latest Fugitive: A Humble Turtle

  • She lives and writes in Northern Virginia with her husband, three sons, a clumber spaniel, and two red-eared sliders.

    Terrific Tuesday with Lisa Lipkind Leibow:)

  • Bob Marley stands too close to you, a red-eared slider perches like a yarmulke on his head.

    Oh, Hell

  • At Syracuse, I spent a long time on the very uncomfortable metal chairs in that train station, some of it watching a red-eared slider in a little decorative pond that takes the drainage from the rail embankment.

    Travel, books, trains, woods, dogs

  • A turtle swims underneath me, a red-eared pond slider, pumping his way through the current.

    All Who Wander Will Eventually Get Lost

  • A gross, red-eared fellow, like an ogre in a fairy tale, slipped a coin into the tin and then waved the lad away.

    Black Butterfly

  • I watched a little red-eared slider kiss a larger turtle, or so it seemed, again and again.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • I also have a red-eared slider named cleatus and a dwarf hamster named cookies and creme.

    bemymemory Diary Entry

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