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View Poll Results: Best cartridge for Koala Bears
.22 mag 3 12.00%
Snap neck by hand 2 8.00%
Has to be a small gun; their paws are not that big 15 60.00%
.308 5 20.00%
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Old 06-03-2009, 09:56 PM   #21
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What is it with you and attention for your ass????

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I'm more interested in the K than I am my ass. Butt cheek, thigh, bicep, I'm not picky...


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Kanye is the BJ Penn of rap!



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Are you kidding?! My new job is awesome and I am LOVING it.... LOL

I don't drink coffee by the way. Could never stand the smell no matter how they attempt to serve it.

I may be the only person in the Puget Sound Region to have NEVER tried a Starbucks.... LOL

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Black screen slowly fades into daylight over barren Aussie Outback. Peter Gabriel's "Rhythm of the Heat", remixed with didgeridoo, plays.

Camera pans underground, revealing an animal experimentation lab. A janitor, an Aborigine Shaman janitor, sickened by the abuse of the koala, combines anabolic steroids and native magic to exact revenge on the American Secretary of Defense, Secretary West.

Oh, this is going to be soooo choice.

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Black screen slowly fades into daylight over barren Aussie Outback. Peter Gabriel's "Rhythm of the Heat", remixed with didgeridoo, plays.

Camera pans underground, revealing an animal experimentation lab. A janitor, an Aborigine Shaman janitor, sickened by the abuse of the koala, combines anabolic steroids and native magic to exact revenge on the American Secretary of Defense, Secretary West.

Oh, this is going to be soooo choice.
Yeah... A bad choice.
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I figured the little star would be found pushing the giant hamster wheel all by himself for three years. Slowly morphing into a giant muscle-bound marsupial.

Koala the Barbarian

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Black screen slowly fades into daylight over barren Aussie Outback. Peter Gabriel's "Rhythm of the Heat", remixed with didgeridoo, plays.

Camera pans underground, revealing an animal experimentation lab. A janitor, an Aborigine Shaman janitor, sickened by the abuse of the koala, combines anabolic steroids and native magic to exact revenge on the American Secretary of Defense, Secretary West.

Oh, this is going to be soooo choice.
*nodding head, signing check for Pre-Production*

Go on....
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I figured the little star would be found pushing the giant hamster wheel all by himself for three years. Slowly morphing into a giant muscle-bound marsupial.

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Rofl!


that's sheer brilliance right there
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I don't drink coffee by the way. Could never stand the smell no matter how they attempt to serve it.
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I am with you on the coffee; try chai tea (even as latte).
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I'd recommend Black Talon rounds.

*What about Panda Bears.



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