I’m not going to try and answer that question, but you can.
The first time I ever heard the term “Copperbacks” was when I was watching my son play at the local baseball park.
And as soon as he hit a home run, I thought, I bet he’s a Copperback.
I had a good time, and I can still hear the noise from my home on a windy day.
I’m in awe of these animals.
I have been blessed with a number of Copperbacks over the years, including the one I currently have in the pen at the top of this article.
I also have a couple other Copperbacks, but they’re probably not the best of friends.
In fact, they may be my most loyal friends.
My Copperback, the Bully, is a 10-year-old male that is about 3 feet tall, and weighs about 4 pounds.
He’s not the most energetic, but he has good eyesight and the ability to recognize people from around the neighborhood.
He lives in my backyard with his two sisters and two brothers, and he spends his days chasing them around, trying to get a toehold on their toes.
He has very little aggression, and once he learns that his sisters and brothers are playing with him, he’ll come over to play and show his appreciation.
But if he gets too close, he can get so mad he’ll break the leash.
I know this because I’ve had a Copperhead attack me, which resulted in a fractured jaw.
And once I finally put my finger on the trigger, I’ve killed a lot of Copperheads.
But when you see a Coppertail, the first thing you’re going to notice is that he’s got an enormous nose.
He’ll just stare at you like you’re an idiot and start to bark.
He looks like he’s trying to eat you.
If you let him get too close to you, he will jump at you and bite you.
When you get close enough, you can actually tell that he is not a dog, because he won’t bite.
He just has a big mouth.
The second thing you’ll notice is he’s wearing a hat, which means he’s not a Labrador.
If he did have a Labrador, he would have a big, big nose.
And the third thing you notice is his eyes.
They’re red, which are the color of the skin of a Copperdog.
And if he has a copperhead, he probably wears a hat.
So, if you are a Copperbacks fan and you want to see a very special animal, I think you’ll be happy to know that you are in luck.