June 5, 2009

The Chimp Wasn't The Problem

Harry Raven, 82, would like to make two things clear:

Contrary to all the press coverage at the time [i.e., the 1930s], Meshie, the orphan chimp his father brought home to live with them, was never considered a sibling. He was just the only one who Harry's dad ever hugged, kissed, or gave any attention to.

Also, Harry's dad "was not a good father."

Reunion With a Childhood Bully, Taxidermied [nyt]
Related, but different: W.N. Kellogg raised a chimp alongside his son Donald in 1932, too

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Happy Early Father's Day!

Frankly, I have whole years where I'm glad I don't understand HTF people work.

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