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11-25-2015, 08:34 AM   #20866
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Bacon and Velveeta are like nuts to squirrels......

Even if you already have plenty, one more is always welcome.


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Hey, Rupert! Could you tell Otis to tell his cousins to stop digging all the dirt out of my flowerpots, or their tails are going to look like this?
Otis knows a rat when he sees one...and he saw one there!

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Otis has some cousins in the Kgalagadi as well. Cheeky bastards, too.
He is certainly not well endowed.....Otis sends his sympathy!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Otis knows a rat when he sees one...and he saw one there!
Yeah, I don't know what happened to her tail... She appears to be blind in her eye on the other side, so it may just be old age, or maybe her roommate the Tree Kangaroo got tired of her digging in his flower pots!
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
She appears to be blind in her eye on the other side,
Remember, if she goes totally blind...Otis has that giant fund for little blind orphan squirrels! Otis says you can put in a request for assistance and in a year or two he will get back with you!

Being blind never discourages a determined squirrel!


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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
He is certainly not well endowed.....Otis sends his sympathy!
Ah, that's because he's a she

The guys... Well, found an older picture in the archives. This bloke is a Namibian cousin.

You could probably say he's reasonably well endowed considering he bloody sits on it, don't you think? The sand can reach 70C/160F, too.

Otis shouldn't be so quick to judge.



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Today the cafeteria at work offered baked potatoes filled with chicken and bacon for lunch. Good. It was the bacon that made it good.
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QuoteOriginally posted by savoche Quote
Otis shouldn't be so quick to judge.
Otis was shocked and awed!

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Today the cafeteria at work offered baked potatoes filled with chicken and bacon for lunch. Good. It was the bacon that made it good.
The best thing about bacon...it never "tastes just like chicken".
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QuoteOriginally posted by savoche Quote
You could probably say he's reasonably well endowed considering he bloody sits on it, don't you think? The sand can reach 70C/160F, too.
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Otis was shocked and awed!
Do we have any information on ground squirrels wearing codpieces?
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Otis was shocked and awed!

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The best thing about bacon...it never "tastes just like chicken".
The bacon tasted like bacon and the chicken was nondescript, or is that indescribable. Bacon is good but chicken I avoid as much as possible. I would rather eat beef, pork, lamb, duck, venison, goose, turkey, fish - uncooked, fish - cooked, squid, even peas.

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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
Do we have any information on ground squirrels wearing codpieces?
Not that I know...but here's one that could use a good codpiece....


How come when squirrels get into a thread, the thread degenerates....ever noticed that?

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chicken I avoid as much as possible. I would rather eat beef, pork, lamb, duck, venison, goose, turkey, fish - uncooked, fish - cooked, squid, even peas.
Even a healthy dose of melted Velveeta doesn't do much for chicken, does it?

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Not that I know...but here's one that could use a good codpiece....
Maybe he's already wearing one - the whole point of the padded codpiece is to look better endowed! It would be hard to tell with all the fur...
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Not that I know...but here's one that could use a good codpiece....


How come when squirrels get into a thread, the thread degenerates....ever noticed that?



Even a healthy dose of melted Velveeta doesn't do much for chicken, does it?

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I have never seen Velveeta. The description of it sounds like either Coon 'cheese', which would melt at room temperature between when my mother made the sandwiches and when I ate them at lunch time at school. They were equally bad, almost, as sheeps brains sandwiches at school.

But we had a soap called Velvet, described as 'pure soap'. Your (many people's, descriptions of Velveeta sound like that too.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tim60 Quote
I have never seen Velveeta. The description of it sounds like either Coon 'cheese', which would melt at room temperature between when my mother made the sandwiches and when I ate them at lunch time at school. They were equally bad, almost, as sheeps brains sandwiches at school.

But we had a soap called Velvet, described as 'pure soap'. Your (many people's, descriptions of Velveeta sound like that too.
Your Coon "cheese" description is pretty close for texture, but as to taste; Velveeta has a very faint taste of American cheese with undertones of burnt plastic.
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I have been waiting for the announcement of the k3 for some time.Now that the camera is out and seeing the pics and seeing "ricoh on the back of the screen turns me off.Only a matter of time before we see Ricoh on the front of the camera.I think ricoh just shot themselves in the foot.My reasoning behind this is I make a living in photography.I shoot lots of weddings and It seems more people ask on what camera I'am using.I have had quite a few people turn me down because I shoot with pentax.They just know canon and nikon.I l was turned down on other major sporting events because I shoot with Pentax.This all happened a few years back and I will admit that some people are starting to recognize that pentax can keep up with the big guys.If Ricoh puts their name in front of the camera I feel it will throw them back to the dark ages..I'am quite happy with my k5s and all my pentax glass and will continue to shoot pentax,but hesitating to by new equiptment because of this matter.I do also own nikon and canon slr's but I'am a pentaxian and as long as it says Pentax on the front of the camera I'am happy.

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