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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    Mick I think there is a herd of prairie dogs headed your way.
    (As prairie dogs are squirrels they do my bidding.)
    All I got to say is: .22 marlin....hollow point so the heads explode in a star spangled way...

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    Mick! Tom! Cease this insolence at once, or I shall send a large neutron star to destroy your entire planet, and anything within a billion light-years!
    SolarFlare

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    Tom,

    I didn't think there were any prairie dogs in MI ...
    Mick I think there is a herd of prairie dogs headed your way.
    (As prairie dogs are squirrels they do my bidding.)
    Now a herd of deer I can see ... Tho by the looks of 23 and 96 they are thinning out pretty good ...

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    Originally posted by M Owen
    Tom,
    I didn't think there were any prairie dogs in MI ...
    You haven't been reading the newspapers. The infamous monkey pox pet prairie dogs were shipped to michigan as well as several other states.
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    You haven't been reading the newspapers. The infamous monkey pox pet prairie dogs were shipped to michigan as well as several other states.
    Really? I don't read, that kinda takes the fun out of it, you know reading...maybe I'm just a dim o crat in disgust...reading bah..that's what the right does...ohh wait...I see a prairie dog poking it's head up, he's holding a bible...time to lock and load...lunch anyone?

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    Originally posted by Mick_2002
    Really? I don't read, that kinda takes the fun out of it, you know reading...maybe I'm just a dim o crat in disgust...reading bah..that's what the right does...ohh wait...I see a prairie dog poking it's head up, he's holding a bible...time to lock and load...lunch anyone?
    You sound more like a republican than a democrat.
    Shoot first use diplomacy...well maybe never.
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    Wooooh... there Tom.. Prairie DOGS may look like squirrels, but they are called DOGS. Certainly these noble little hounds wouldn't do your bidding
    Wakeup in the morning and kick the day in the teeth!! Or something like that.

    "i don't want to write leak free code or most efficient code, like others traditional (so called expert) coders do."

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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    You sound more like a republican than a democrat.
    Shoot first use diplomacy...well maybe never.
    Now your getting it sorry for the rant...umm I'm too the right..

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    Originally posted by souldog
    Wooooh... there Tom.. Prairie DOGS may look like squirrels, but they are called DOGS. Certainly these noble little hounds wouldn't do your bidding
    Dog may be in the name but they are a member of the squirrel family (Sciuridae). This family also includes chipmunks, woodchucks, as well as the familiar fox and grey squirrels.

    See
    http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.ed...ae.html?<br />
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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    Dog may be in the name but they are a member of the squirrel family (Sciuridae). This family also includes chipmunks, woodchucks, as well as the familiar fox and grey squirrels.
    And Tom Frohman.
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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    Dog may be in the name but they are a member of the squirrel family (Sciuridae). This family also includes chipmunks, woodchucks, as well as the familiar fox and grey squirrels.

    See
    http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.ed...ae.html?<br />
    Scientific MUMBO JUMBO. I am taking prairie dogs and declaring them Canidae.
    Wakeup in the morning and kick the day in the teeth!! Or something like that.

    "i don't want to write leak free code or most efficient code, like others traditional (so called expert) coders do."

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    Originally posted by souldog
    Scientific MUMBO JUMBO. I am taking prairie dogs and declaring them Canidae.
    This could open up a new chapter in world history.

    Sheep herding prairie dogs.

    Search and rescue prairie dogs.

    Seeing eye prairie dogs.

    Prairie watch dogs.

    The Iditarod prarie dog sled race.

    It could be the end of civilization as we know it!
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

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    Now on television

    Prairie Dog Come Home.
    We could get June Lockhardt to star in the series.

    Rin Tin Tin Prairie Dog Cop.
    The story of a drug sniffing prarie dog who works for the police department.

    Benji
    The story of a stray mongrel prairie dog who makes good.

    Sergeant Preston of the Yukon and his faithful Prairie Dog King.
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

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    And don't forget

    Prairie dogs who just want to give you a big wet kiss.

    Prairie dogs who make everyone unconfortable because they wont stop sniffing where they ought not be sniffing. Thank god we all don't have the olfactory abilities of canidae
    Last edited by souldog; June 12th, 2003 at 03:54 PM.
    Wakeup in the morning and kick the day in the teeth!! Or something like that.

    "i don't want to write leak free code or most efficient code, like others traditional (so called expert) coders do."

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    the d_a_m_n prairie dog ate the thanksgiving turkey.


    Kujo....
    Wakeup in the morning and kick the day in the teeth!! Or something like that.

    "i don't want to write leak free code or most efficient code, like others traditional (so called expert) coders do."

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