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That's the problem with live bait, Tom -- the worms wiggle on the hook. They're like border collies, who don't know the game is over. They lost. But they squirm anyway... and like the terrier with his teeth in your pants, they can be tenacious.
Harvey -- Ahh-hah. Looks like you picked up a little case of the Forum Virus. Seems one can't make a comment in here, before it attaches itself like a barnacle on an ocean liner. Good luck getting rid of it!!
I'll give you another stick to chase soon enough. How much does Von Miller weigh again? And your typical moose? Could you document that for us? We'd all be so happy!!
Pity the poor moose. The herbivorous and generally peaceful moose, grazing contentedly in the northland somewhere... only to be MOOSENAPPED and relocated to far unfriendlier environs -- close to PEOPLE, and their ancestral enemy the canine, the domesticated predator... can you blame them for wanting to come inside where it's warm -- or for wanting to stomp those little pests? I don't.
Seeing no solution which won't piss off half the town -- a moose-shoot or a dog-shoot -- I have found the ideal alternative: Rhys's Rent-A-Moose.
Our herds of the hairy beast are conditioned to being around dogs from a young age, as well as leash-trained. So next time you want to let Rover run free at Rita, your new companion will scare off any would-be attackers of the antlered variety, or their better halves, whose skulls are harder than Von Miller's helmet, or so we're told. Citation requested.
And as usual, investors welcome.
He should. He has "half the weight" and "half the speed" of a moose.
Good luck Marci!! Two of my favorite and formative years growing up were in Rapid City, right by Dinosaur Hill, downstream from Canyon Lake; we'd tube Rapid Creek in the summer much like here... That's a GREAT little town!!
"sense of urgency"? Who says anything is "urgent"? The cops, the council, or this fine unbiased and disinterested publication? When was there ever a need demonstrated? What are the shortcomings with the current PD? Future growth won't sell it -- this town is at buildout. Our own laws and economic reality insure it will grow no larger. What other excuse was ever floated, except the chance for somebody to skim some money in the BAP fiasco, where we were to give away city property for dimes on the dollar? Has the Old Guard who actually run this town finally had its influence on the new Council? Or is this paper lobbying in somebody's private interest? We haven't heard a peep about the new PD in weeks, and now all of a sudden it's "urgent." Bend over and grab your ankles -- runaway train's a'comin'!!
We've got a dog problem, not a moose problem. You go running Rover in moose country, you asked for whatever you get.
Want more good news? Mel called Carolina in a landslide, and he likes Trump.
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