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post #1 of 4 Old Jan 26th, 2013, 12:36 pm Thread Starter
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So bring back the wolves!

Rabbits Wreaking Havoc On Cars At DIA

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post #2 of 4 Old Jan 28th, 2013, 9:07 am
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Re: So bring back the wolves!

We need to clone Jimmy Carter and ship him to DIA.

Jimmy Carter's 'Killer Rabbit' 1979 While home fishing in Georgia during a summer when his popularity was at low tide, President Jimmy Carter's small boat was "attacked" by a mysterious swimming rabbit, which the president warded off with a paddle. Once leaked into print by Brooks Jackson of the Associated Press, the bizarre story captured the press's and the public's imagination, becoming a metaphor for Carter's hapless, enfeebled presidency. The incident encouraged Massachusetts Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's primary challenge to Carter's renomination, and it became a symbolic preamble to Carter's landslide loss in November 1980.


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Re: So bring back the wolves!

Enchanted bunny!.
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Re: So bring back the wolves!

Another example of the law of unintended consequences! Auto makers (particularly Audi/VW) in an effort to "go green" and reduce the use of non-renewable petroleum based products (rubbers and plastics) have moved to soy-based wiring harnesses.

The furry little buggers seem to love it. Ummm-yummmy--soy.

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