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May 26, 2017

OUR ADVICE IS, DON'T ASK OREGON TO HELP

A rotting, putrid whale remains lodged on a Newfoundland beach, as a picturesque seaside town tries to come up with a plan to get rid of it.

(Thanks to The Perts)

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Rotting Putrid Whale opened for Squeen.

The Swedes will take it away if you can convince them it's surströmming.

To the Logy Bay Town Council,
The formula for removing dead whales from a beach is simple. Estimate one 100 stick case of 80% gelex dynamite per each five foot of dead whale. Remove yourselves and bystanders to a safe distance and 'fire in the hole.' Works every time!
Sincerely,
Oregon State Highway Department.

Torch it?

If it was shark, yeah blasted things

"Someone let their dog walk along the top of it..."
Brings up a dilemma: do you still have to clean up after your pooch in that setting? Is this covered under a local ordinance?

Okay, who ordered the lutefisk for 500?

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