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July 12, 2018


Squirrels as expensive art.

(Thanks to jon harris, Bob B., Mezrap, Art S., and Viki B.)

"Epic battle" with a rabbit.

(Thanks to Allen at Division)


(Thanks to Rick Day)

They're in cities on purpose.

(Thanks to A. Wheeler)


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The controversial squirrel is expected to stay put for at least the next nine months.
Unless, as someone stated, it is a fire hazard.

The world has gone nuts, which is what squirrels always wanted anyway.

Willl that be Pecan or Walnut?

I want something indubitditly different. How about acorns alamode?

If Kazakhstan is going for the Trojan horse idea this will never work. Nobody would want that.

The rodent, which is made from straw and wood attached to a steel frame...

Bocken in disguise? Torch it, I say!

Back in the 1970s Wichita had little machines in parks where families could buy food for the beautiful Canada geese. We tried to warn them -- they will stay! but nobody listened.

Hasn’t The Blog thoroughly documented that cities are full of nuts?

I'm with ubetcha on the torching part. I believe we could start a Burning Squirrel Festival here in the USA to rival the Burning Man.

"What's all this fuss about squirrels eating out of condominiums?"

Emily Litella

Thanks to the popularity of the video and the rabbit's fighting nature, the rabbit has remade him/herself and has been signed as an enforcer by the Rangers of the NHL.

As they say, hare today, goon tomorrow

"That's noo ordinary rabbit! That's the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent you ever set eyes on!"

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