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

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  • bayouwoof
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    Jeremiah "Liver Eating" Johnson!

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  • 99explorer
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    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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  • Gary Devine
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    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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  • Happy Myles
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    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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  • 99explorer
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    A friend of mine once worked in a Burlesque theater for 50 cents per week plus all he could see!

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

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  • FirstBubba
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    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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  • bayouwoof
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    Happy -

    We must be inna magnetic field, cuz the exact same thought occurred to me!

    It can prolly be programmed to git after the garbage man as well.

    Hadda opportunity to ride on a garbage truck oncet.

    The pay wuzzn't much, butt it had good benefits.

    Fifty cents a week and all ye kin eat!

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  • Happy Myles
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    Geez bayou, sorry. i am getting to old for this. Will it bring in the newspaper?

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  • bayouwoof
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    Happy -

    Click on the video link in the first post...

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  • bayouwoof
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    97 -

    Ah dunno, exactly. Butt, in the early daze, Ah yousta be a Yamaha murdercycle maniac, and that sounds a awful lot like a 80cc motocrosser. It wood take at least that much power to make thet thing gallop!

    Happy - That device is called WildCat by a DoD agency called DARPA, who built it, or at least funded it.. Butt it's bigger than a dawg, and its legz seem to be on backardz. Ah is surprised all the cats in Africky didn't clear out upon yore arival.

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  • Happy Myles
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    What kind of Wildcat are you referring to? Have eaten the backstrap from cougar and leopard which are excellent.

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  • habben97
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    what'd they use for a motor? a weed whacker? yes, hobob, I think those look like ghillie suits.

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  • Hobob
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    The big foot pictures are just two guys out on the first day of archery or scouting in ghillie suits. I'd let the cat walk.

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  • bayouwoof
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    Ah'll bet thet toy really rankles the @sses of furloughed DoD employees!

    Prolly cost $3M.

    Gonna cost another $3M to make rhe engine run forward!

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