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Re: Oh, I've noticed. We've all noticed.

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Posted: 2/1/2012 3:09 PM

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How would a T-rex hold up against a wild hog, because one is in the pond behind my house and doesn't seem to want to get out.

It took about 10 minutes of swimming to find it's way back to an edge, and now it's just hanging out.  Stupid freaking hogs.



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Posted: 2/1/2012 3:20 PM

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80sBoy wrote: How would a T-rex hold up against bacon, because there is some bacon in the pond behind my house and doesn't seem to want to get out.

It took about 10 minutes of swimming for the bacon to find it's way back to an edge, and now the bacon is just hanging out.  Stupid freaking bacon.
hmmm...
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Posted: 2/1/2012 3:22 PM

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80sBoy wrote: How would a T-rex hold up against a wild hog, because one is in the pond behind my house and doesn't seem to want to get out.

It took about 10 minutes of swimming to find it's way back to an edge, and now it's just hanging out.  Stupid freaking hogs.

You have a T-Rex hanging out in a pond at your house?  eek

I'd call the Discovery Channel... or somebody!
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Posted: 2/1/2012 3:24 PM

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You need a Hog Stopper

T-Rex and a hog would be a good fight.  I wonder who would win between a Burmese python and a hog.   That seems like a more likely encounter.
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Posted: 2/1/2012 3:26 PM

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JabbaTheMutt wrote:
You need a Hog Stopper

T-Rex and a hog would be a good fight.  I wonder who would win between a Burmese python and a hog.   That seems like a more likely encounter.
How again would T-Rex and a hog be a good fight? ohlord
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Posted: 2/1/2012 3:26 PM

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YankeeBigDog wrote:
80sBoy wrote: How would a T-rex hold up against a wild hog, because one is in the pond behind my house and doesn't seem to want to get out.

It took about 10 minutes of swimming to find it's way back to an edge, and now it's just hanging out.  Stupid freaking hogs.

You have a T-Rex hanging out in a pond at your house?  eek

I'd call the Discovery Channel... or somebody!
silly.  Everyone knows the T-rex can't swim.


Fortunately for the bac....er....hog, a family of sandhil cranes took exception to its squatting on their turf, and thus dispatched him promptly.  My neighbor was on his way home from work and just two days ago told me the next hog he caught he would send to the butcher for me.



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Posted: 2/1/2012 3:31 PM

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stainless wrote:
How again would T-Rex and a hog be a good fight? ohlord

All the hog has to do is run between T-Rex's legs and skewer him with his tusks.  It wouldn't kill the dinosaur, at least right away, but it would sure piss him off.  :shrug  That's equates to a good fight in my book. 

A hippo, on the other hand, wouldn't have a chance against either.
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Posted: 2/1/2012 8:36 PM

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80sBoy wrote: How would a T-rex hold up against a wild hog, because one is in the pond behind my house and doesn't seem to want to get out.

It took about 10 minutes of swimming to find it's way back to an edge, and now it's just hanging out.  Stupid freaking hogs.
No gators in your pond?

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Posted: 2/1/2012 9:11 PM

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Koesters wrote:
No gators in your pond?

Gators?  They won't even mess with a cat let alone a wild hog!
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Posted: 2/1/2012 9:15 PM

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JabbaTheMutt wrote:
Koesters wrote:
No gators in your pond?

Gators?  They won't even mess with a cat let alone a wild hog!
Well played Mauer.

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Posted: 2/1/2012 11:15 PM

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You have your laughs Jabba. He kills the ukelele though.
 
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Posted: 2/2/2012 8:29 AM

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JabbaTheMutt wrote:
You need a Hog Stopper

T-Rex and a hog would be a good fight.  I wonder who would win between a Burmese python and a hog. That seems like a more likely encounter.
Burmese pythons are no joke in Florida.  
They've been in the news a lot down there over the past five years, more and more recently.  They're causing a huge problem to native plants and animals.

http://www.nwf.org/News-and-Ma...s-Invasion.aspx

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Posted: 2/2/2012 8:48 AM

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CASHdog296 wrote: You have your laughs Jabba. He kills the ukelele though.

Indeed.  That was a good one as well.
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Posted: 2/2/2012 3:34 PM

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Koesters wrote:
80sBoy wrote: How would a T-rex hold up against a wild hog, because one is in the pond behind my house and doesn't seem to want to get out.

It took about 10 minutes of swimming to find it's way back to an edge, and now it's just hanging out.  Stupid freaking hogs.
No gators in your pond?
Not the ones in our neighborhood. In fact they stay out of most neighborhood ponds because they're too much of a hassle and noisy.

Hit the parks or the golf courses for your gator fix.

In fact, we shot this video for a friend one day last year.  The gator shots are from a local golf course we stopped by the next day.



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Posted: 2/2/2012 3:39 PM

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^^^ Gators gotta unwind after a long day with some cat in your face.
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Posted: 2/2/2012 3:42 PM

Things that make you go hmmm. 



80sBoy wrote:
Koesters wrote:
80sBoy wrote: How would a T-rex hold up against a wild hog, because one is in the pond behind my house and doesn't seem to want to get out.

It took about 10 minutes of swimming to find it's way back to an edge, and now it's just hanging out.  Stupid freaking hogs.
No gators in your pond?
Not the ones in our neighborhood. In fact they stay out of most neighborhood ponds because they're too much of a hassle and noisy.

They seemed to be in damn near every pond I saw around Otown.

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Posted: 2/2/2012 3:43 PM

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Dem'sre city gators!



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Posted: 2/2/2012 3:46 PM

#OCbait 


What's in a name? That which we call a gator
By any other name would still be as fierce?

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Posted: 2/2/2012 3:51 PM

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Man that band reminds me so much of early ZZTop before they went all commercial and IMO ruined their music. I actually was lucky enough to see them before they went big and started recording when I was down in El Paso, on the levy where all the freaks and heads went to party on the week ends.
80sBoy wrote:
Koesters wrote:
80sBoy wrote: How would a T-rex hold up against a wild hog, because one is in the pond behind my house and doesn't seem to want to get out.

It took about 10 minutes of swimming to find it's way back to an edge, and now it's just hanging out.  Stupid freaking hogs.
No gators in your pond?
Not the ones in our neighborhood. In fact they stay out of most neighborhood ponds because they're too much of a hassle and noisy.

Hit the parks or the golf courses for your gator fix.

In fact, we shot this video for a friend one day last year.  The gator shots are from a local golf course we stopped by the next day.




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Posted: 2/2/2012 4:32 PM

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Three quickies: 

1)  That guy plays a very nice slide guitar.

2)  PO - that plus your comment also reminds me of a memorable party I went to in my late teens. It was held on a farm and they had a local well known punk band there.  They had a buddy show up that played a mean blues harmonica and they just did some down and dirty impromptu for awhile.  That first sparked my interest in blues harp. 

3)  Ever since I saw my first golf pond gator while playing in Florida, I instinctively o a double-check when near water even up north!
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