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May 06, 2014

SQUIRRELS

Finally, somebody understands.

(Thanks to Peter Metrinko)

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We may be overlooking the effects of beavers and eagles.

Hmmm, maybe "Look, a squirrel" used as a diversionary tactic may point to the actual culprit instead.

My cat does what she can, but there are so many squirrels and not enough hours in the day.

Seen this? It's all the squirrel's fault...

http://marlafrazee.com/boot-and-shoe

Two weeks ago our dog chased a squirrel into a bush and punctured his eyeball on a sharp branch. $200 in vet bills later, he's ok, but I'm sure it was a squirrelist plot.

Is Jack Bauer aware of this data?

Jack has already infiltrated the furrorists.

If Jack's diabolical rescue plan doesn't involve squirrels at some point, I'm going to be very disappointed.

*Snork Dammit" Annie

My dogs have tried and tried to get the terrorist squirrel who runs along our fence.

If the little Bastid ever falls off the fence, he is dog food.

Just in case you are wondering, a cabal of squirrels is called either a dray or a scurry.

Example:

"The dray of terrorists attacked at midnight."

Tom, you have waaaayyyyy to much time on your hands brother

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