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PostPosted: 01 Jan 2010, 14:21 
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PostPosted: 01 Jan 2010, 15:40 
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:shock: HOLY SMOKES!! I leave ya'll alone a few months and look what I miss!! :?

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PostPosted: 02 Jan 2010, 09:51 
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what are you guys doing sicking your hole army of fur critters this way

Image i went out coon hunting and i got attacked by four of them grinners but i got them all and they is in the freezer :twisted: :twisted: :D :D

then i got home and there were two of them yotes raiding my farm and my little brother got the first one with the shotgun before the yote new what was happing and then i got the second one as it was trying to retriet but he only made it 300 yards then i nailed him to so you better tell them yotes they aint got a chance over here.
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PostPosted: 03 Jan 2010, 14:11 
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:evil: Just as I thought! Them fool critters can't follow directions A-tall. They done overshot the target and ended up in Nebraska. :shock: Critters these days :!: :roll: I wondered why Red hasn't been getting bombarded lately, nothing like skinning a crittercicle. :lol:

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PostPosted: 05 Jan 2010, 17:10 
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This is no longer an experiment Mohawk!!! They are learning and expanding at an exponential rate!!! It seems that they are masters of disguise no matter what the location. This is why I don't like driving into Portland. You end up with hitch hikers such as this.
Attack of the fairy grinners!!!!!

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It appears this guy learned that pink and rainbow are the perfect way to blend into downtown Portland. Shameless assassins that know no moral bounds.

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However, this one was not particularly adept at his mission. Cold, lonely and far from home and his comrades, he offered to "turn tricks" in exchange for a hot shower and a meal. But I wasn't buying it!!

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I beg you Mohawk. Stop before it is too late. They are learning much too fast. Their scouts have made it all the way to Oareegone!!! Like the Romans and Nazi's, how much farther do they have to expand before we realize the danger we are all in?!?!



Yes, this is indeed a live grinner in the above pics. Patience and leather gloves are a must. :shock:

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PostPosted: 05 Jan 2010, 17:32 
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this is a great mini series..cant waite for the up coming series.thanks guys mystx

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PostPosted: 05 Jan 2010, 20:47 
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Scoop, they are in peace mode right now, there is nothing but cold and snow here in Kansas on Red's line and they said screw it and headed to greener pastures. I can assure you they mean no harm while in your area, they are just furloughed until it is safe to put the brass monkey back out on the yard around here. :--o Hopefully I can send word that the white dust of death is gone away and they can head back this direction. Oh, and of the cross dressing disguise, they catch on quick. Usually they save such activity for weekends but they do tend to blend as much as possible. :lol:

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PostPosted: 05 Jan 2010, 21:10 
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Scoop wrote:
This is no longer an experiment Mohawk!!! They are learning and expanding at an exponential rate!!! It seems that they are masters of disguise no matter what the location. This is why I don't like driving into Portland. You end up with hitch hikers such as this.
Attack of the fairy grinners!!!!!

Image

It appears this guy learned that pink and rainbow are the perfect way to blend into downtown Portland. Shameless assassins that know no moral bounds.

Image

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However, this one was not particularly adept at his mission. Cold, lonely and far from home and his comrades, he offered to "turn tricks" in exchange for a hot shower and a meal. But I wasn't buying it!!

Image

I beg you Mohawk. Stop before it is too late. They are learning much too fast. Their scouts have made it all the way to Oareegone!!! Like the Romans and Nazi's, how much farther do they have to expand before we realize the danger we are all in?!?!



Yes, this is indeed a live grinner in the above pics. Patience and leather gloves are a must. :shock:


LMAO are you freaking kidding me this is to to much i think i just peed my pants

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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 18:54 
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It's also a good idea to "evacuate" prior to attempting to cross dress a live grinner as well. :shock:

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PostPosted: 07 Jan 2010, 11:46 
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That is great you guys. :D :--D :) :D :--D :)

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PostPosted: 09 Jan 2010, 19:45 
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jase wrote:
hey boom, hows it going?


Doin good. You?

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Haha, this never gets old. :lol:

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