Must be summer...

I've noticed the board slowing down lately. Must be (northern hemisphere)
summer. I've been rained in for most of the last three weeks, when I haven't
been working my tail into the ground (finally!) between data entry and a home
remodeling job (someone else's).
Jay
The Canada Goose is living proof that birds have cross-bred with cattle and
rats.
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JCunington
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On 5/30/04 10:48 PM, in article snipped-for-privacy@mb-m16.aol.com, "JCun> The Canada Goose is living proof that birds have cross-bred with cattle and > rats.
An I thought that the Starling was proof of the birds/rats thing!
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Brian Paul Ehni
Hey, I don't call pigeons 'feathered rats' because it's cute.. _______________________________________________________ This email scanned by Norton AntiVirus Drew Bunn Ainsley Specialized Transport Toronto, Ontario Canada bunn snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com
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Drew Bunn
Starlings don't graze in the parks and sh*t indiscriminately, at least to the point where you have to watch where you step. I can't honestly say the goose has been cross-bred with rats, but they sure breed like them. I'd like to hunt them, but the Migratory Bird Act protects them, even though they're year-round residents in these parts now. We need some predators in our parks. The owls won't deal with them, at least the adults.
Jay The Canada Goose is living proof that birds have cross-bred with cattle and rats.
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JCunington
We've got peregrine falcons in downtown to take care of that particular problem. Keeps them under control.
Jay The Canada Goose is living proof that birds have cross-bred with cattle and rats.
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JCunington
Time to start breeding really big feral cats.
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Steve Caple
Come visit our downtown, my friend, and prepare to revise your position...
Don't bother to reply via email...I've been JoeJobbed.
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Jeff Sc.
Yeah Jay don't shoot those government birds. I had a run in with some Federal beavers up in Kansas who were destroying my property. When I told the Federal Water shed guys to keep their beavers away from our equipment or we would terminate the varmints they basically told us that we would be terminated if we so much as touched a beaver. Bruce
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Bruce Favinger
Well, at least they didn't threaten to call it a sex crime!
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Steve Caple
Trains are a winter sport. S/V Express 30 "Ringmaster" "No shirt, no skirt, full service"
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SAIL LOCO
Milwaukee County has had football, baseball, and soccer games called on account of poop. They've tried cleaning the fields, but the damned birds move right back in behind the vacuum. Worse than cattle. At least them you can kill for food.
Jay The Canada Goose is living proof that birds have cross-bred with cattle and rats.
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JCunington
Can't. They're in city parks. I'd like to see somebody garrote a few dozen for starters though.
Jay The Canada Goose is living proof that birds have cross-bred with cattle and rats.
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JCunington
Last night was the coldest June night for 100+ years and we still have July, August & part of September to go for winter. I had to repair my gravel driveway after rain damage and the southern fence blew down after a storm. Tonight is cold as well. I should really put the caravan on the back of the Patrol and go north for a while but unfortunately have too many urgent jobs to do like prepare 16 tractors for my son to sell and repair the fence.
Global warming ????? probably just natural variations in temperature as has occurred over the centuries but used to support loonies political agendas. If the loonies put money in to pay for their schemes and not , maybe I could believe them. Alan in beautiful Golden Bay, Western Oz, South 32.25.42, East 115.45.44 GMT+8 VK6 YAB ICQ 6581610 to reply, change oz to au in address
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alan200
So what's "cold" in Australia? I know the north is tropical or sub-tropical. But what's cold in your parts? Milwaukee's record is -26 F, or -32 c.
Jay The Canada Goose is living proof that birds have cross-bred with cattle and rats.
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JCunington
Is that question like "what's worn under your kilt?"
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Steve Caple
Depends on what you are used to. I like it warm to hot. 25C or 78F is barely warm, 30C/86F is comfortable, 35C/95F is on the hot side of comfortable, 40C/104F is hot, 45C/113F is very hot, 48C/118F is bloody hot. Cold, here by the ocean, is 1.2C/34F, it goes lower inland, was -3C. In the Bay, we occasionally get ice on car windshields and it snows in the Porongorups about every 3 years. The eastern states get snow in the Australian Alps every year and ski resorts are busy there. Not for me, I would rather go north and get warm. Alan in beautiful Golden Bay, Western Oz, South 32.25.42, East 115.45.44 GMT+8 VK6 YAB ICQ 6581610 to reply, change oz to au in address
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alan200
It was -1c here the other morning, which is not cold by your standards, but many Australians persist with the fiction that we have a temperate climate, and refuse to dress for the weather. I often see young blokes on their way home after a night on the piss, wearing only thin cotton shirts and thongs, but complaining bitterly of how cold they are.
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Mark Newton
Maybe we should pack up some of our Green Bay Packers Parkas and send them down as care packages.
Don
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Trainman
Kids do that here, too. It's apparently the height of uncool to be caught wearing a jacket. I've seen people in coastal Alaska do that, but they spend most of the year in the 40-65F range.
Jay The Canada Goose is living proof that birds have cross-bred with cattle and rats.
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JCunington

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