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Old 08-29-2015, 04:03 PM   #15
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It really is kind of scary that there are folks walking around that are a special kind of stupid.
And they vote
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Old 08-29-2015, 05:39 PM   #16
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They need to work with the moose also, last time I was there we could not find one!
We didn't either (we were in Yellowstone in June). But, here's one we saw at Yellowstone Bear World in Idaho. Maybe the NPS sent him down for training.

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Old 08-29-2015, 05:46 PM   #17
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Old 08-29-2015, 10:24 PM   #18
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I don't see the problem here. We train deer to cross the roads only in certain spots, right? I see signs all over indication "Deer Crossing".
There was a video a while back that showed a radio station receiving a phone call from a woman complaining that the highway department was putting the deer crossing signs in the wrong places and should put them where it would be safer for the deer to cross. she actually believed the deer would only cross where there was a sign.

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A year ago I visited the Grand Canyon. Iíve been a professional geologist since the late 1970ís but that doesnít mean I donít have a sense of humor. When I visited the Grand Canyon, with a very straight face, I told one of the folks manning the geology exhibit that I knew for a fact that the Grand Canyon was dug during WWII so that the military would have rocks and boulders to drop on the enemy. The poor fellow actually thought I was serious!
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Really? I thought it was dug so it would present a "snap off crease" so when the "big one" comes that part will just "snap off" and float away.
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Actually, they dug the Colorado River on the border between AZ and CA to serve as that crease. The Grand Canyon was dug to store the river water until they finished digging the crease.
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Yea they vote but the really scary part is they reproduce!
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That reminds me of the deer crossing audio. If you've not heard it, it's worth a listen. Be prepared to laugh. A lot.

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Yea they vote but the really scary part is they reproduce!
Idiocracy.
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And they vote
Perhaps they missed the turn to Disneyland?
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The Gene Pool doesn't have enough Chlorine in it ...
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One thing I have learned that covers it all is.....YOU CAN'T FIX STUPID.
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From what I have heard the tourists are working on the training by leaving food out.Then they complain that the training worked when the bears show up.
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And they vote
X2....

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