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Old 07-14-2011, 11:29 PM   #11
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I think he's nutz.....

We always used a 12 gauge.
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Old 07-15-2011, 12:01 AM   #12
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I like the ...CROSSBOW...Idea......
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I hope that, when i'm old and nuttier, nobody interferes with my fantasy hunts for underground creatures.

Maybe you should take the guy a copy of Caddyshack to let him know how it should be done.
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I wonder if there are small burrowing bears...
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I wonder if there are small burrowing bears...
Don't even get me started about the mutherlovin badgers!
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Ook, ook, badger dreams for gello.
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Actually, badgers are large weasels, not small bears. Ook, ook, another nightmare for Gello.
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badgers - Weebl's Stuff

No dreams/nightmares tonight; took my medicine.
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Are them Dancing Badgers high on Mushrooms.....
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Are them Dancing Badgers high on Mushrooms.....
There is no knowing the strange mind of the minibear.


DING! Maybe neighbor dude was "medicated"; does he have glaucoma by any chance?
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