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May 31, 2016

GATORS IN THE NEWS

Monster alligator stuns golfers by casually strolling across Florida golf course

(Thanks to Ranald Adams)

MASSIVE 'JOGGER-CHASING' ALLIGATOR REMOVED FROM TEXAS NEIGHBORHOOD

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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I saw them open for Willie Nelson at SXSW.

Yee-ha!

Wouldn't Florida golfers be used to gator hazards?

Wow that is a large gator. Amazing.

Surrender. It's over.

Pretty sure that if you bean it on the noggin and it takes off your arm in retaliation, that's a two-stroke penalty.

If that huge alligator is meeting with the squirrels---We're in deep trouble.

It wasn't spotted. Alligators don't have spots.

Gatornado.

"Candygram."

*looks around for Geezer Bus*

"Thanks to everyone who complained about our jogger-chasing alligator. We love feedback! As your HOA we try to improve service when we can. We are proud to announce our new Cheetah-based jogging program. Please enjoy."

*parks Geezer Bus @ wanderer2575's abode, beeps horn, waits patiently*

Tennis, anyone ?

Where do I turn myself into Texas Gator Control? I can hardly wait to spend my remaining years "living it up in a gator farm." (I'll even "chase some joggers", if necessary...)

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