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Friday, March 18, 2022

Friday gifdump

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  1. 10. Had a pet Burmese python, extremely at home in trees

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  2. Accessing this site, I thought: Every morning I go to Knuckledraggin for some sanity.
    #2. And Irish monks crossed the North Atlantic to America in round boats.

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    1. #2 Guess who's not getting laid tonight.

      [rocketride]

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    2. No they didn't. Sure, they had curraghs but they aren't ocean going, even with a current.

      Dad had a curragh for years. Let me tell you, they are fine on calm waters, even in a blow. But you aren't going great distances in one. You can't sail a curragh, you only paddle.

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    3. It could be a coracle.
      Should be propelled by sculling
      Not after skulling.

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  3. Who is the dude that got the egg in the head?

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    1. Univ of Saigon 68March 18, 2022 at 1:14 PM

      Nicolas Sarkozy?

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    2. Curious myself. Some place or time with piss-poor security details. The guy appeared to be unnoticed until he made the hit. That could have been more than an egg.

      Or maybe I've just read too many spy novels...

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  4. #10 - 12 ga ain't enough, break out the 10 ga and make it fast!

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  5. #3 ought to happen to a lot more politicians. Maybe they'd get the message, doubtful, but maybe.

    Nemo

    P.S. That's another FU "message" for DHS.

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    1. If I'm not mistaken, that's a candidate named Zemmour who is running to replace Macron in France - he's a conservative journalist that is against the open-border immigration nightmare that has turned France into one of its former African colonies. He's made some good, courageous speeches, but it's not likely that he'll win. So the egg-assaulter will probably be declared a hero by the French press.

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    2. They should be afraid to leave their house.

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    3. They’re all dirty at anything other than the very local level and usually even there. Even if they’re saying things you like to hear, you’re just the designated mark.

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  6. My girlfriend can do #10.

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    1. I know. I think we all know.

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  7. #5 If people could do this to themselves most prolly would. Same for cleaning their privates. Just sayin'.

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  8. #1 That kid will grow up to have a very healthy immune system.

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  9. #10 I hate snakes. Big ones, little ones. Poisonous ones, non poisonous ones, no matter. I hate them all.
    I have gotten to where I don't try and kill every one I see, now. But I still hate them. Even when I was a little kid, when all the other young kids were picking them up and keeping them in their pockets? Not me, no sir, no way in heck. Spiders never bothered me, even though here in Michigan I would probably in more danger from a spider bite than any snake bite. We only have one poisonous snake and there are not all that many of them, and they are pretty shy. Poisonous spiders, they can be found pretty easily if you look. They only bite in self defense, but to them, a person stepping on them, or putting your hand in their space calls for self defense. We see the Black Widows, but the one that we see and get into trouble with most often is the Brown Recluse or the Brown Violin, as some call them. My wife got bit by one, a couple or three years ago, on her foot while sleeping, and it left a god awful scar there, after it healed up, which took several months, of triple antibiotic ointment and covering with gauze. Plus they made certain she was up to date on her tetanus shot, for some reason.
    I have had a 6 foot blue racer chase me into the house, while I was mowing the lawn. I was going to get the shotgun, but when I came back out, it was gone. They are aggressive damn buggers. My former BIL was a biologist, and eventually convinced me to stop killing snakes, as they helped keep other creepy animals in balance, like rats and mice, etc, and with a pretty large pond, he made a good point. So I did stop, but I never did like snakes. Especially if they see me first.

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  10. Pigpen: I walked into a co-worker's place and he immediately, unannounced, draped a five foot long python over my head and shoulders while saying "You're bald so he likes the heat from your head". Yay? The snake put its face right up into mine. Good thing I'm not freaked out by non-poisonous snakes. The other kind, I have a 12ga and don't care about collateral damage...

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