The Great Killer took another head this evening.

We don’t have any squirrel lovers here, do we?

Maybe Austin squirrels are just unusually stupid; certainly every time I mow
my back lawn (once or twice a month) I find bits of Diva’s kills - mostly
birds and squirrels.

I am getting better at dodging the little suckers; unfortunately, some of
them (okay, two so far) seem to have an extreme natural talent for bolting
under my wheel. Or maybe they worship Grendel and practice squirrel
sacrifice…

Just out of morbid curiosity, does this happen to anyone else? At least the
dogs and cats have the sense to run like hell away from Grendel.

Scott the Innocent


I unicycled to the State Fair just a few blocks from work. All the suits and
skirts mosey down out of the office buildings for lunch to get some of that
wholesome fair fare. As I passed a couple of skirts, one says to the other,
‘Dork.’ The other cut sultry eyes in my direction and said, ‘Ya? I gotta get
me some Dork, then.’
–Christopher Rhysling

Re: The Great Killer took another head this evening.

Squirrel lovers I doubt. I’ve tried in vain to run them over with my Coker.
They must be either dumber or a lot more prevalent where you live.

—Nathan

“Scott Kurland” <skurland@juggler.net> wrote in message
news:ush25d8171gt95@corp.supernews.com
> We don’t have any squirrel lovers here, do we?
>
> Maybe Austin squirrels are just unusually stupid; certainly every time I
mow
> my back lawn (once or twice a month) I find bits of Diva’s kills - mostly
> birds and squirrels.
>
> I am getting better at dodging the little suckers; unfortunately, some of
> them (okay, two so far) seem to have an extreme natural talent for bolting
> under my wheel. Or maybe they worship Grendel and practice squirrel
> sacrifice…
>
> Just out of morbid curiosity, does this happen to anyone else? At least
the
> dogs and cats have the sense to run like hell away from Grendel.
>
>
> Scott the Innocent

as a self-proclaimed ‘screamin’ bunnyhugger’, my affections automatically extend to squirrels as it does to all living beings (only some %&^#$*@cans excluded)
it must be said that it’s been years since i’ve seen one

that said, i dont think anybody can hold their inherit dumbness against u

as for trying to run them over…
haven’t u got better tricks to practise?

Don’t have squirrels here but it’s lambing season now and all the little fluffy lambs seem to like runnning under my wheel (they keep cutting across in front of me). Haven’t run any over on my Uni yet (I have on my bike-quite by accident; I love lambs, really! did a lot of damage to the wheel).

Also nearly run over some horses but they are a bit dangerous so I try my best not to run them over but the tracks I ride are not very wide so I have to virtually ride off the track to avoid them.

Ken

Re: The Great Killer took another head this evening.

“Nathan Hoover” <nathan@movaris.com> wrote in message
news:3dc894ff_8@news.teranews.com
> Squirrel lovers I doubt.

Why? I am one. Sadly accidents do happen, of course.

I nearly ran over a squirrel as I was Cokering the other day, but at the last minute, the branch snapped under my weight and I fell 20 feet to the ground. The little varmint escaped.:stuck_out_tongue:

1 squirrel accadent
2 squirrels Desteny

Scott you are the man. You should start painting little squirrels with xed out eyes on grendel there ( WWII Fighter plane style).

Got put you on this world for one reason.

To stomp squirrels like a mofo. Follow your desteny and start going for heads.

Chex

Cheezuz, Chickernootz! Ewe shore du spill guut!

70 million sheep in New Zealand, and 3 million of them think they are people…

:wink:

Re: The Great Killer took another head this evening.

I love squirrel…

Brad and I are going out Thanksgiving morning.

u take a squirrel with that 30-0-45 halterbandgunthing u had on the pic and u might get soup
if u’r lucky

:slight_smile:

We’ll either use six-shot or a .22 mag.

When i really think about it, the squirrels here are really stupid. So are rabbits, they always run in front of the car. I guess they are playing…with death! Stupid animals. I guess the squirrels up in Austin do the same thing.

Re: Re: The Great Killer took another head this evening.

Don’t feel badly about this, Nathan. I am frequently outsmarted by rodents also.

Ha!

I laugh at you…and your Coker, too!

squirrel.jpg

Could that be… no…yes… could that be the famous Gluteous? I had pictured him larger.

hehe, avatar

Scott Stephens or Kurland,

Check out http://www.scarysquirrel.org

Bruce

where do you find websites like this?:stuck_out_tongue:

O.T. Now that i figured this avatar thing out, i need to find an avatar that i really like, sadly, the squirrel will have to go.