A dung gobblers handbook

by Ken Carpenter

Even though I have never met one, I always liked a good dung beetle. Their life is simple and trouble free. The only thing they have to worry about, besides predators with a taste for them, is an onslaught of constipation among the animals in their area.
I wish there were Volkswagon Beetle sized dung beetles roaming the countryside rolling dung-souled humans into big balls. It might lessen some of the pleasure of people watching and WalMart photos, but it would greatly reduce the daily hassles good people have to deal with.