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The chief woman 'Greenie Tree-Hugging Activist', who was responsible

for getting horses banned from National parks and State forests, was

climbing a tree to have a look out over the forest when a Tawny

Frogmouth Owl attacked her for invading its nesting site.

In a panic to escape, she slid down the tree, getting a great number

of splinters lodged in her crotch area. In considerable pain she

hurried to the nearest doctor, told him she was an environmentalist and how she got

all the splinters.

The doctor listened with great patience and then told her to go into

the examining room and he would see if he could help her. She waited

for 3 hours before the doctor reappeared. Angry, the woman demanded, 'What

took you so long?'

'Well...' replied the doctor, '...I had to get permits from the

Environmental Protection Agency; the Forestry Service; the National

Parks and Wildlife Service; the Wilderness Society and the

Department of Conservation and Land Management before I could remove

'old growth timber' from a 'recreational area' .. . . I'm

sorry but they all turned me down.'

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We had a guy that bitched and bitched about guns in AK get mauled my a bear last year LOL. The Fu#ktard was salmon fishing and well I guess the bear wanted his catch. Too bad he lived and he still claims there is no need for gun to protect yourself.

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HA ha ha. Too bad stuff like that doesn't really happen. I don't think I could ever stop laughing if Al Gore got attacked by an owl.

X2 on that 1

To bad the bare dident eat him. I hate those people like that.:bat:

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