[RoadKill and Taxidermy] Re: excited
- heh heh! sneaky! i like it! and even if they decide not to try to
scrub it clean for the house but put it in their front garden./yard
instead, every dog within a two mile radius is going to be sniffing
round and pissing on it!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Leslie
> Interesting fact, Here in Nebraska, where I work, we have lots oflandscaped evergreen trees. During the christmas/holiday season people
looking for a cheap christmas tree frequent the park at night with an
ax, waiting for the perfect opprotunity to cut a tree and run. We, in
return, spray the easily accesable trees (about 100 of them) with fox
urine. We get it by the 5 gallon bucket fulls from a fur farm. In the
cold weather the smell is undetectable, but once you warm up that tree
in your car, or worse, your house, you will think twice about stealing
>rather like the budget version of Colubus
> Victoria Arundell <baphomiss@y...> wrote:skunks skins are lovely,
> monkey fur. hard to understand why theyre not used more often but thensupplies Bear taxidermy
> again, i havent smelled one! :)
> .--- In email@example.com, "wodensson"
> <wodensson@y...> wrote:
> > I understand what you're saying. I've got a real fondness for
> > skunk fur myself, and friends don't come around often when you've
> > been skinning those critters!
> > > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "boneztreehgr"
> > > <boneztreehgr@y...> wrote:
> > > > What an exciting site. Just when we all thought we were the
> > worlds
> > > weirdest
> > > > individuals... It is nice to know we are not alone. that
> > > others have
> > It is hard to make friends when your
> > > freezer is
> > > > constantly full and all your shirts are stained with blood.
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