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July 30, 2004

EVEN FOR HEARTLESS TERRORIST BASTARDS, THIS IS LOW

Now they're using bunnies.

(Thanks to Andy Senior)

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That is a horrible story. I hope those people go to jail, but sadly animal cruelty freaks rarely do.

" "I think that a lot of people are judging us without knowing us at all," Sigmon told the San Francisco Chronicle. But asked why he fitted Lucky with the explosive, he said, "Um, that's a real tough question to answer." "

Just use the Bugs Bunny defence: I'm trying to blast him off to Mars to fight Marvin the Martian!

Dude! So, you're a college-bound lifeguard with too much time on your hands. You tape explosive to your pet, toss her in the lake, then tell police that you fished her out to save her from drowning ..? Is that what you do with all the people you save from drowning, too?

Victim: Help! Help! I'm drowning!

Sigmon: Just a minute. Let me strap this explosive onto you, THEN I'll save you.

Victim: Help! Help!

Strap an explosive to those idiots' vital parts & DON'T toss them in a lake. Can't take a chance on the fuse going out.

Well, naturally she's lucky. Four rabbit's feet.

Perhaps it was just the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch?

One... two... FIVE!

Maybe they saw four potential key chains?

Betcha this wouldn't have been such a big deal if Lucky had been a neutria (aka: giant rat). Just a cute little cottontail away from being loved.

What about the neutria, people? Huh?

"Um, that's a real tough question to answer."

Tetsu, I think we know who found the other half of the McDonalds parfait joint ...

Polly - they taste like chicken.

i second that one, lurker!

"I think that a lot of people are judging us without knowing us at all," Sigmon told the San Francisco Chronicle. But asked why he fitted Lucky with the explosive, he said, "Um, that's a real tough question to answer."

No it isn't. You say "I was TRIPLE dog dared!"

This was California, right? This rabbit may well have been in pet counselling, suffering severe depression with concomitant listlessness and fur sheen reduction. Granted, the request for suicide assistance should have been recognized as the cry for help it clearly was, but if you've never been there, how can you know that it would not have been you strapping dynamite to the little fuzzball?

Christobol - Excellent.

lurker - U a peta fanatic? These guys need someone not high on clorine fumes to tell them what a stupid thing it is to be cruel to cute and cuddly bunnies. Strapping explosives to them would just be more of their insanity.

What sick people (I use the term "people" loosely.) Lock them up and keep them out of the way of children.

"I think that a lot of people are judging us without knowing us at all," Sigmon told the San Francisco Chronicle. But asked why he fitted Lucky with the explosive, he said, "Um, that's a real tough question to answer."

Anyway, you know men don't have goals.

Maybe Lucky's college bound owner should be introduced to that woman's primed and bean-removed horse for a little "up close and personal" counseling.

Of course, The Exploding Bunnies wbagnfarb, but it would be wrong (to quote a President).

Jeff - an excellent name farb. "Please welcome.... EXPLODING BUNNIES" - could you imagine their stage show?

Seems I was wrong on my guess for the next agricultural post of today's blog... So we've had horses, cows, sheep and now bunnies....

Mad Scientist? Are you OK?

These kids are just sick you-know-whats. Take them out of the gene pool and let's move on. What kind of person thinks it's entertaining to strap an explosive to a bunny? Or any living thing? A sick one, that's who. I hope they throw the book at them.

I wouldn't mind seeing a giant 11 foot long earthworm trapped to an explosive...

Or how about a whale?

Wait a minute...been there, done that...

Better yet, strap a giant 11-foot long earthworm to these jerks and throw them in the lake...see if they get a bite...

Deon - Just a little blackened around the edges - think I will aly of the LSD laden carrots that was too funkadelic a ride man

Polly writes:
"What about the neutria, people? Huh?"

Heh, well I like nutria, but they do indeed look like giant ugly rats. I was feeding one once by the river in San Marcos, TX (I know, I know, it was stupid), and it had RED TEETH. Swear to God.
Nutria, btw, are not an indigenous species to the San Marcos river, and are destroying the endangered wild rice. Well, if I remember right. And there's your unverified ecology lesson of the day.
I used to have a pet rat named Coypu, which is another word for nutria.

Red teeth and a scrawny, bedraggled tail. Now I understand why they feed them to the gaters at the Alligator Farm.

I have an ex-boyfriend that called me coypu. And here I thought it was a funny little "potty humor" term of endearment. The fargin' bastage.

Awww, that is a cute picture! Actually, I always thought they looked more like beavers with skinny tails than rats.
There is a University in San Marcos, so the town is always full of young people who never heard of nutria before they moved there. There are frequent reports of people frightened by what they think is a giant rat. I wouldn't have thought it was possible for anyone to be that stupid if the genius I used to be married to hadn't come home one day and sworn that he had seen a rat that was at least 20 pounds!
I tried to look up why nutria have red teeth, but couldn't find any answers. Just some sites saying that they had red teeth (or red-orange, or orange-yellow). They also seem to be damaging the environment everywhere they go. Little buggers:-)

Sigmon - save your tuition money. You are clearly unable to profit from higher education (that means I'm calling you an idiot).

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