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    Talking Here ya go Mr. G!


    Now you have your own Beeffalo stock on Orcas!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx

    Now you have your own Beeffalo stock on Orcas!
    Now you've gone and doubled the population, Styxx, the environmental impact will be distastrous........

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    Re: Here ya go Mr. G!

    Ha! I want to know what the heck it's eating!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx

    Now you have your own Beeffalo stock on Orcas!
    Today's headline proclaims a new scientific theory of a prehistoric land bridge named "Orcasia Land Bridge". That's how they think the buffalo got to an island. I have my own theory, derivitive the Kansas Theory, that starts with the premise that buffalo were expert swimmers. As Styxx illustrates, it must be the funny plants that grow here that attract the beeffalo to swim across vast distances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    Today's headline proclaims a new scientific theory of a prehistoric land bridge named "Orcasia Land Bridge". That's how they think the buffalo got to an island. I have my own theory, derivitive the Kansas Theory, that starts with the premise that buffalo were expert swimmers. As Styxx illustrates, it must be the funny plants that grow here that attract the beeffalo to swim across vast distances.
    But if you have 'funny plants' growing on Orcas, Gary, how would you see if there were buffalos or not? More importantly, after an afternoon sampling the aroma of said plants, would you even care?


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    Re: Here ya go Mr. G!

    AOL News: SYDNEY (July 12) - Forget cute, cuddly marsupials [and beefalo]. A team of Australian paleontologists say they have found the fossilized remains of a fanged killer kangaroo and what they describe as a "demon duck of doom."

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    Aroma sampling of 'funny plants'? I bet a Funny Plant library would be a smashing hit in urban areas.

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    Gday! Roiht, killar kangaroo, mate.
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    Here Killer Kangaroo baby! Here boy! Come to Pappa Kanga baby!
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