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November 26, 2016


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*debates whether to go to the Possum Drop or the Boise Spud Drop*

Been there, done that. They also make it very clear that no opossums are injured during the drop. btw, if you ever decide to hug one of these you should know they have about 50 teeth and are not afraid to use them.

If a possum became deceased from the drop, how could you tell? We all know how much they like to play dead.

I can't believe those idiots are still doing this! I hope there's a special place in hell for everyone who participates.

Why not drop squirrels instead? It's been well established (on this blog) that the little buggers are nature's miniature, fuzzy Nazis. Then again, knowing the havoc they can cause when they want to, maybe we should just leave them alone. Forget I said anything.

MAC-there is a rumor that a squirrel drop was once attempted in the town of Goose Creek, Nevada. All that is known about the outcome is the town of Goose Creek no longer shows on any map.

New Year's Eve 2017 would be December 31, 2017, correct? What are they dropping this year?

John Mayson-- That one sure got by me. A good (and funny) catch on your part. But we can rest assured both the possum and the opossum are in competent hands. I don't have a clue which one they plan to drop this year.

Music by Guy Lumbago and his orchestra.

In these parts we just do the trouser drop.

Gee what an event. (ha)

Turkey drop did not work?

Suzie Q, the opossums aren't actually dropped and they're treated very, very well. Please don't call people from my home state idiots. I resemble that remark!

Will possums be handed out or must you bring your own?

The hard part, from the 'possums point of view, isn't the being-dropped part of course. It's the landing part. Kind of like going over Niagara Falls in a barrel.

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