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    , yeah, that'll keep me from ever posting in your thread

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    hehe, go get your own! hey you got post 1100! huge thread!

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    no!

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    It's so strange that you're so quick to post here again. This is so coincidental...I was reading an article at CNN.com and it was about this family that lost their dog while they were vacationing in the Grand Canyon back in 2001. The dog's name was Skippy and one afternoon they were out hiking the trails with Skippy (I believe it was the "Bright Angel" trail) and suddenly they came across a squirrel. Anyone that's been out to Arizona knows that nearly all of the squirrels out there are prone to being infected with the Bubonic Plague aka the Black Death. Anyways, there was this cute little squirrel right there in the middle of the trail. So the mom and dad were like, "Kids, stay away from the squirrel...remember all of those signs that talk about interacting safely with the wildlife." And the kids were all like, "Aw mom, it's just a cute little squirrel." And the dad was like, "Kids, listen to your mother...she knows best." And all the while Skippy's like "Man, I could really get down with that squirrel (not in a sexual way, but apparently in a digestive way)." So the kids are arguing with mom and dad and the squirrel is like, "Dude, what's up with these tourists?" and Skippy's like, "Dude, what's up with that furry treat?"

    So there's this standoff of the Mexican variety...the possibly Bubonic squirrel on one side of the path and Skippy and the vacationing family on the other. The tension is mounting, with neither side ready to back down. Out of nowhere, Skippy charges forward and grabs the squirrel by the neck and starts shaking it like a rag doll. Needless to say, Henry and Juliette (the kids) are going bananas and mom is screaming something in her native Hungarian tongue (one of those trivial things you remember after the fact) and the dog's foaming at the mouth and the poor squirrel is bleeding profusely from its neck (blood quite possibly laden with the Bubonic Plague) and suddenly dad remembers something he read at mp3car..."Get your own thread."

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    I'm glad you liked it and didn't take offense. Now go back and read the entire thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACHIEVER
    ..."Get your own thread."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACHIEVER
    It's so strange that you're so quick to post here again. This is so coincidental...I was reading an article at CNN.com and it was about this family that lost their dog while they were vacationing in the Grand Canyon back in 2001. The dog's name was Skippy and one afternoon they were out hiking the trails with Skippy (I believe it was the "Bright Angel" trail) and suddenly they came across a squirrel. Anyone that's been out to Arizona knows that nearly all of the squirrels out there are prone to being infected with the Bubonic Plague aka the Black Death. Anyways, there was this cute little squirrel right there in the middle of the trail. So the mom and dad were like, "Kids, stay away from the squirrel...remember all of those signs that talk about interacting safely with the wildlife." And the kids were all like, "Aw mom, it's just a cute little squirrel." And the dad was like, "Kids, listen to your mother...she knows best." And all the while Skippy's like "Man, I could really get down with that squirrel (not in a sexual way, but apparently in a digestive way)." So the kids are arguing with mom and dad and the squirrel is like, "Dude, what's up with these tourists?" and Skippy's like, "Dude, what's up with that furry treat?"

    So there's this standoff of the Mexican variety...the possibly Bubonic squirrel on one side of the path and Skippy and the vacationing family on the other. The tension is mounting, with neither side ready to back down. Out of nowhere, Skippy charges forward and grabs the squirrel by the neck and starts shaking it like a rag doll. Needless to say, Henry and Juliette (the kids) are going bananas and mom is screaming something in her native Hungarian tongue (one of those trivial things you remember after the fact) and the dog's foaming at the mouth and the poor squirrel is bleeding profusely from its neck (blood quite possibly laden with the Bubonic Plague) and suddenly dad remembers something he read at mp3car..."Get your own thread."

    So we're not allowed to whore this thread then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer
    So we're not allowed to whore this thread then?
    Well, assuming you've read the entire thread, I guess it'd be OK.

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