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Old 04-05-2016, 02:29 PM   #13777
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Old 04-05-2016, 05:51 PM   #13778
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Old 04-05-2016, 07:18 PM   #13779
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Yes didn't work the first 400 times but hay, you tryed! So hang around, take some real thread killing lessons from us pros cause we bout got this thing here kilt! We are also very knowledgeable about many things, just ask! And sometimes that's not even necessary!
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Old 04-05-2016, 09:26 PM   #13780
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Ya, we is them Pro... zac'ers, and we's proud of it...

Ok Tim... I know that one is going to be difficult for you, so that is Prozac'ers.... Get it.... Hahahaha

Good nite all you wackier than normal thread killers...
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Old 04-05-2016, 09:36 PM   #13781
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I don't have time for good nite... I'm only home for one night and I've got some serious calculations to consider...

I counted 6 dead possums on the road on the 10 mile stretch of highway between here and the first red light in Ellijay. If my calculations are correct that equals close to 0.6 possum per mile. Of course, the buzzards and crows have already been at work on some of them so that may take the average down to about 0.5 possums per mile. You might want to check my calculations cause it took me 2 years to pass 1st year algebra.

Anyway, I was wondering what the possum calculations are for your area?

BTW, where’s Possum? Aka Cletus… Did Canada repossess him? Has he given up on Thread Killin’?
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Ooooowheee, the Bear strikes again.... You lost me at cal, cal, whatever that word is... So, how many road kill do it take to fill a Bear's freezer? You got more work ahead...
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Possum has been boondocking with no Wifi! That's his story, he may just be running from the law!
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Possum has been boondocking with no Wifi! That's his story, he may just be running from the law!

He is running from the Bear... He made a quick exit after calculating the odds... No, Possum's don't make quick exits, do they, just ask Bear....
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Ooooowheee, the Bear strikes again.... You lost me at cal, cal, whatever that word is... So, how many road kill do it take to fill a Bear's freezer? You got more work ahead...
DON'T EVER PUT POSSUM IN THE FREEZER! It ruins the flavor! And besides, it all depends on how flat they are... The ones on the edge of the road are still pretty fluffy. The ones in the middle of the road tend to be much flatter...

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You mean he didn't take his wifey with him? Or did he just lose her along the way? If you have a wifey you should always take her along and be very careful where you put her. A good wifey is hard to find...
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He is running from the Bear... He made a quick exit after calculating the odds... No, Possum's don't make quick exits, do they, just ask Bear....
If possums were faster there would be lots more of them.

BTW, why does a possum cross the road?
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Wrong,wrong,wrong! I know guys that have found 3 or 4

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BTW, why does a possum cross the road?
To see where the chickens going.
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So, it's them dang chickens again...
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DON'T EVER PUT POSSUM IN THE FREEZER! It ruins the flavor! And besides, it all depends on how flat they are... The ones on the edge of the road are still pretty fluffy. The ones in the middle of the road tend to be much flatter...



You mean he didn't take his wifey with him? Or did he just lose her along the way? If you have a wifey you should always take her along and be very careful where you put her. A good wifey is hard to find...
The flat ones get crispy in the sun. Then they are fly possum ' s you pick them up and throw them like a Frisbee and yell FLY POSSUM. Very similar to FLY CAT'S BUT DIFFERENT.
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The flat ones get crispy in the sun. Then they are fly possum ' s you pick them up and throw them like a Frisbee and yell FLY POSSUM. Very similar to FLY CAT'S BUT DIFFERENT.

I guess that on the second time you are shot out of a cannon we may say FLY FLAT MAN...
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