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Eat whut ye kill! Whut wood ja do if ya saw WildCat coming down the trail?

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  • #16
    woofie

    Rode a garbage truck in wealthy 'hood for a while.
    Pay wasn't "good", but what pickings!
    Partial list of recovered goodies:
    Gold/silver jewelry.
    Diamond earrings.
    1923 silver dollar.
    Colt .38 Police Spec. (broken hammer nose!)
    Three neatly folded $20 bills.
    Case pocket knife. NIB!
    .375 H&H brass.
    1 bx antique .35 Rem ammo (red & green Rem box)
    Zeiss shooting glasses.
    Jack Dempsey autographed post card.
    ....and on and on!

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    • #17
      Oh yeah!
      Once picked up a garbage bag completely filled with 12 and 20 gauge AA
      once fired hulls!

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      • #18
        A friend of mine once worked in a Burlesque theater for 50 cents per week plus all he could see!

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        • #19
          On second thought, bringing in the paper not a good idea. This monster would probably tear down my electric gate and frighten away the poor man who tosses the paper on the foot of the driveway.

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          • #20
            Hey Woof, "Eat whut ye kill!"

            I am glad the military didn’t preach that motto during the war. lol

            Easy Trivia Question, who was the cannibal serial killer from Milwaukee that did just that, "Eat whut ye kill"?

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            • #21
              Jeffrey Dahmer?
              He was said to have stored human heads in his refrigerator.
              Jay Leno once described a memorable scene when Dahmer was buying his refrigerator, and he asked the salesman, "That lettuce bin there. How many heads would it hold?"

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              • #22
                Jeremiah "Liver Eating" Johnson!

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