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Old 6th February 2018, 03:58 PM   #81
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Just be glad you don't have raccoons. We had one give birth in our floor.
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Old 6th February 2018, 04:25 PM   #82
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Just be glad you don't have raccoons. We had one give birth in our floor.
This is what happens to raccoons 'round here.



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Old 6th February 2018, 10:18 PM   #83
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This is what happens to raccoons 'round here.
Wow, picked clean. So what do they taste like?
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Old 6th February 2018, 11:42 PM   #84
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Not just for breakfast, then?
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Old 7th February 2018, 10:54 AM   #85
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I refer to those as "Good Raccoons". Because the only good raccoon....
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Old 7th February 2018, 11:46 AM   #86
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I refer to those as "Good Raccoons". Because the only good raccoon....
Yes. Also, the complete absence of muscles to operate those jaws and teeth is a good thing.
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Old 8th February 2018, 02:53 AM   #87
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I could actually feel my brain trying to crawl out through my ear to escape that stupidity.
At one point, a platypus bumps its bill on a branch while swimming, which proves it's a prosthetic because a real platypus would know it has a bill on its face. I guess this moron never stubs his toe, since he knows he has toes on the end of his foot.
It looked to me as if the platypus was snapping at some small prey as it swam between the camera and the branch.
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Old 8th February 2018, 06:47 AM   #88
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It looked to me as if the platypus was snapping at some small prey as it swam between the camera and the branch.
Yes, that is also how I saw it. It swings its whole head to the side, while the rest of the body continues straight out. That's not a bump.

Also there is one small hitch to his claim: A beaver is about twice the length and 10 times the weight of a platypus.

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Old 8th February 2018, 09:58 AM   #89
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A beaver is about twice the length and 10 times the weight of a platypus.
African or European beavers?
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African or European beavers?


... Well, that one is a little hard to swallow

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Old 8th February 2018, 04:05 PM   #91
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... Well, that one is a little hard to swallow

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Old 8th February 2018, 05:42 PM   #92
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- Platypus aren't real.
- What's a platypus?
- A platypus is that urban legend about a mind controlling video game.
- No that's Polybius. A platypus is a substance made up of large repeated subunits of molecules
- No that's a Polymer. A platypus is a plane figure with at least 3 regular straight sides and angles.
- No that's a Polygon. A platypus is a learned man that speaks several languages.
- No that's a Polyglot. A platypus is a tray of appetizers at a Chinese restaurant.
- No that's a Pupu Platter. A platypus is another word for elephant.
- No that's a Pachyderm. A platypus is a thick wart on the bottom of your foot.
- No that's a Planar. A platypus is fine white linen.
- No that's a Platilla. A platypus is that made up product from Rick & Morty.
- No that's a Plumbus. A platypus is....
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Old 8th February 2018, 10:03 PM   #93
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Come on Joe!

The suspense is killing me.

What IS it?
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Come on Joe!

The suspense is killing me.

What IS it?


I see you shiver with antici-
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Old 9th February 2018, 09:15 AM   #95
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African or European beavers?
I've never heard of beavers in Africa, but they were reintroduced into Scotland, and various other European territories, after an absence of several centuries. The European beavers were almost extinct a century ago.
Eurasian beaverWPs are one of the largest living species of rodents and are the largest rodent native to Eurasia. They weigh around 11–30 kg (24–66 lb).
Very slightly more massive, on average, than their American cousins.

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I've never heard of beavers in Africa, but they were reintroduced into Scotland, and various other European territories, after an absence of several centuries. They were almost extinct a century ago.
Eurasian beaverWPs are one of the largest living species of rodents and are the largest rodent native to Eurasia. They weigh around 11–30 kg (24–66 lb).
Very slightly more massive than their American cousins.
It was a Monty Python paraphrase.

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Old 9th February 2018, 10:11 AM   #97
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I'm from Africa, it could not have been an African beaver.
Few have seen the African beaver and it is said that coming between it and the water is certain death, without exception. No survivors have lived to tell of their experience, since they are exceptionally furtive and never show themselves except when feeling threatened by people getting between them and the water.
Over here we just thank god that they are not nearly as fierce as the Australian beaver.
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Old 9th February 2018, 11:08 AM   #98
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It was a Monty Python paraphrase.

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That's very obscure.
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Old 9th February 2018, 11:24 AM   #99
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Originally Posted by MRC_Hans View Post
It was a Monty Python paraphrase.

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That's very obscure.
Not at all. I have no doubt that many in this forum got it immediately.
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Originally Posted by MRC_Hans View Post
It was a Monty Python paraphrase.

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Of course it was. You don't expect me to post anything that actually contributes to discussion, do you?

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That's very obscure.
Dude, that's the opening sequence of "The Quest for the Holy Grail."

It's like, the most quoted Monty Python bit ever, and probably one of the most quoted movies ever.

You're an alien, aren't you?

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........It's like, the most quoted Monty Python bit ever,.......
Well, I wasn't expecting that.
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Well, I wasn't expecting that.
Okay, so the second most quoted...

Look, can we go back out and try this again?
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Okay, so the second most quoted...

Look, can we go back out and try this again?
We? What do you mean we? We're all individuals you know.
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Okay, so the second most quoted...

Look, can we go back out and try this again?
All right, we'll call it a draw.
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We? What do you mean we? We're all individuals you know.
Alright, probably the third most quoted...

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All right, we'll call it a draw.
Okay, AMONG the most quotes bits!
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I've never heard of beavers in Africa, but they were reintroduced into Scotland, and various other European territories, after an absence of several centuries. The European beavers were almost extinct a century ago.
Eurasian beaverWPs are one of the largest living species of rodents and are the largest rodent native to Eurasia. They weigh around 11–30 kg (24–66 lb).
Very slightly more massive, on average, than their American cousins.
Yeah, but we still have nutria too.

Didn't you folk eat all of yours?



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Alright, probably the third most quoted...



Okay, AMONG the most quotes bits!

No, now go away or I shall taunt you a second time-a!
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Alright, probably the third most quoted...

Okay, AMONGST the most quotes bits!
FTFY Don't ever say I don't do anything for you. I'm not Roman, you know. I mean, what did they ever do for us?
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Well, I wasn't expecting that.
NOBODY expects ....
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NOBODY expects ....
....something completely different.
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I've never heard of beavers in Africa, but they were reintroduced into Scotland, and various other European territories, after an absence of several centuries. The European beavers were almost extinct a century ago.
Where did they go? Pining for the fjords?
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Wow, picked clean. So what do they taste like?
Chicken.

Though much like the StarKist Tuna slogan is Chicken of the Sea. We call 'em chicken of the garbage can and it sure tastes like that.

(or so I might imagine)


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Not just for breakfast, then?

They mostly are, we try to get these for lunch or dinner...





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I refer to those as "Good Raccoons". Because the only good raccoon....
Heck, so good it died on its own. Got about 600 ft of walking trails I maintain in our back woods. Found the skull just as the spring thaw was setting in some years back. It was below the melting snow and ice, but above the fall leaves. So I figure it must have kicked it just about late fall to the start of winter. It was already pretty clean and I didn't find anything else in the vicinity. So must have died (or got killed) decayed and then got spread around by other animals before the first snow. Bleached it and glued in the teeth and it now sits on display as a warning to the others.
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More proof that the platypus is not real, as well as an example of the absurd lengths "some governments" will go to, to sustain the myth.

They are now apparently going to use the "Mythical MILK" of an "animal" described as "duck-billed, egg-laying, beaver-tailed and venomous" to save lives.



What will "THEY" come up with next?

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More proof that the platypus is not real, as well as an example of the absurd lengths "some governments" will go to, to sustain the myth.

They are now apparently going to use the "Mythical MILK" of an "animal" described as "duck-billed, egg-laying, beaver-tailed and venomous" to save lives.



What will "THEY" come up with next?

What is good is any antibiotic that are developed would be so different that bacteria would have problems evolving to tolerate it.
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But literally everyone can tolerate Shirley Temple.
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I wonder how many people have been spiked by platypodes?
Is that pronounced "plat ee podes" or "plah tip oh dees"?
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