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Old 11-01-2004, 02:15 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jasonr
Heheh :twisted:

I can imagine the scene it would make if I walked across campus with a loaded shotgun and started firing at the geese. In case you guys were wondering, that was a joke. But thanks for the suggestions, in any case.
Fowl play!

well, I figured if you did kill the geese, I'd give you a good recipe to cook for your jailers. might get time off for good behavior.

there's no profit in deceipt
honest men know that revenge
does not taste sweet....
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Old 11-01-2004, 02:19 PM   #12
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And strangely enough, unlike the humour in the other thread, I believe that these critters ARE considered a protected species at least for part of the year. Obviously the people making these rules never get out to this area. All these birds nee protection from around here is overpopulating.

One of the funniest sights I've seen in the last few years was a Michigan DNR truck hauling a trailer full of caged geese out of state. (Um guys, they have these things called WINGS!!! They can fly back...)


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