Deer Problem.

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  1. RicInOR

    RicInOR
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    This is a radio show call in - so audio.

     
  3. d2the3

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    Ha! Those poor people what ever will/should they do??
     
  4. Joe13

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    Looks like y'all OR hunters know which game unit to put in for tags now:D.

    The whole town sounds like an inbred town transplanted from Mississippi.

    Ain't no one never told you not to feed the wild critters????
     
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    It's organic.
     
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    There as bad as those knuckleheads down in Osterville feedin the black bears. They had to round up and transplant about ten of them.
     
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    If I had land I would be more than happy to provide a safe haven for them :D

    Only this could be a problem for hippy liberals.
    Country boys would be salivating/
     
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    @Joe13 - Not MS - but Berkeley - still inbred.
     
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    Just got back from elk hunting, elk 1, hunter zip, but anyway I saw some of those deer crossing signs and I agree that if we moved them to the same area as the slow children signs then they could play together, wouldn't that be just wonderfully cute picture opportunities, maybe even move the elk crossing signs and the train crossing signs and the pedestrian crossing signs and the bear crossing signs all into one area and then the train could clean up the whole mess as it went through. Apparently nothing has changed while I was gone, back to the real world.
     
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