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December 23, 2011

CANADA: LAND OF EXCITEMENT

B.C. woman hits moose on way to visit sister who hit moose

(Thanks to Bubba Squirrel)

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Suicidal Moose WBAGNFARB

then they ate the moose naked.

a moose once bit my sister...

No realli! She was Karving her initials on the møøse with the sharpened end of an interspace tøøthbrush given her by Svenge - her brother-in-law - an Oslo dentist and star of many Norwegian møvies: "The Høt Hands of an Oslo Dentist", "Fillings of Passion", "The Huge Mølars of Horst Nordfink."

At first, I read the post headline too fast and thought it said, "Canada: Land of Excrement."

I imagine that would be the result, though, if I were to hit a moose. (not all of Canada -- just my car seat)

The Einstein's in the Department of the Interior decided a few years ago to reintroduce a type of elk to Kentucky that was native to the area before it was full of people. While small by elk standards, they were still twice the size of the deer that everyone enjoys hitting with their vehicles

I've never seen an actual moose but I've heard they're huge.

I'm guessing the sisters share a drinking problem.

Either that, Jeff, or its a f------ strange Canadian
"custom" that they share....

In NH we put up "Moose Crossing" signs where there is a record of collisions. One problem is that the moose tend to ignore them; I've only seen them crossing by a sign once. The other problem is that people tend to ignore them; they don't realize that moose oftendon't run away from cars.

Cowabunga.

Old news is old (2010/06/22)

The take home is: watch out for the meese.

Ralph, I remember several years ago when you spent the entire winter shoveling your driveway. Did you ever get a snowplow? I don't know why I remember that. Maybe it's because you were a little grumpy?


Dear Canadians,

At some point the moose are going to start hitting back.

Canadian moose terrorists. Or else the moose are drinking now.

Cindy: I had (and have) a 1986 pickup with a plow. The driveway is 1600 feet on a hill, and the truck/plow sometimes gets stuck and needs to be shoveled out. The moose have no such problems. Unfortunately, this one is not around to help.

No moose here but lots of Illegals.

I've never seen a moose but they look like boulders with antlers.
As for Kentucky elk, my wife and I saw a baby that was considerably bigger than the deer on the farm.
I try to look for deer before I let the dogs out. The dogs would chase them without a thought about what they'd do if they caught one.

If they wanted to see a moose, they should have looked at a 25¢ piece. Or maybe that's a caribou.

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