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(Some Guy)   Tasering vultures is so 2010. 350 Volt electric moose taser is the hot new way to protect your sister from painful bites. (trifecta complete)   ( wirelessmoosefence.com) divider line
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2011-01-01 04:00:55 PM  
Don't taze me, bro!
 
2011-01-01 04:01:36 PM  
get it? sister? don't taze me brother? oh man i kill me
 
2011-01-01 04:22:28 PM  
You've got moose in my cow!

You've got cow in my moose!


Mmmmm ... cow-moose burgers!

Just the right touch of gaminess to make a burger juicy and tasty! Mix the bread crumbs and onion right in the hamburger and make the paddies three quarters of an inch thick and you've got yourself a burger that actually tastes like a burger.

I guess this product has its uses, but I see an upside to letting the moose roam free until hunting season at least. Then you want those wireless electric fences in three perimeters around anything that drunken jackasses might shot, which is, to tell the truth, anything.
 
2011-01-01 04:24:26 PM  
Most awesome headline of the year!
 
2011-01-01 04:27:22 PM  
Hey Rocky! Watch me get the living hell shocked outta myself!
 
2011-01-01 04:29:58 PM  
moose paddies?
 
2011-01-01 04:30:38 PM  
Hummingbirds have been observed checking out the red plastic top on the posts but no contact has been reported. It would be unlikely for a hummingbird to make contact with both electrode wires simultaneously. If it did make contact it probably would not receive a shock because of the high resistance of the bird's dry beak. If the bird did receive a shock it would not be hurt because of the very low amount of energy delivered. If a bird should land on a post it probably would not be shocked because of the high resistance of the skin of the feet. If it were shocked it would not be harmed.

But what if it's raining and the hummingbird is wet and is carrying wire in its little hummingbird feet and the two wires contact with the electrodes and the hummingbird has a serious heart condition and/or is pregnant?
 
2011-01-01 04:40:33 PM  
My sister told me to take a blade of grass and touch the horse fence wire when I was 10. I got I nice jolt and she laughed. I decided to play the trick on my 8 yo little brother but he couldn't reach the wire so I had to lift him. I took the shock of course.
 
2011-01-01 04:41:56 PM  

Roook: Hummingbirds have been observed checking out the red plastic top on the posts but no contact has been reported. It would be unlikely for a hummingbird to make contact with both electrode wires simultaneously. If it did make contact it probably would not receive a shock because of the high resistance of the bird's dry beak. If the bird did receive a shock it would not be hurt because of the very low amount of energy delivered. If a bird should land on a post it probably would not be shocked because of the high resistance of the skin of the feet. If it were shocked it would not be harmed.

But what if it's raining and the hummingbird is wet and is carrying wire in its little hummingbird feet and the two wires contact with the electrodes and the hummingbird has a serious heart condition and/or is pregnant?


Would that be the African or European hummingbird?
 
2011-01-01 05:01:59 PM  
Made in Pottsylvania by the Boris Manufacturing Company.
 
2011-01-01 05:02:43 PM  
And is it carrying a coconut? Those things can get wet.
 
2011-01-01 05:12:21 PM  
 
2011-01-01 05:32:17 PM  

eqtworld: get it? sister? don't taze me brother? oh man i kill me


The next day's hangover does it every time.
 
2011-01-01 05:51:59 PM  
Amazing...a taser trifecta. 2011 is off to a great start!
 
2011-01-01 06:00:29 PM  
If the Wireless Moose Fence™ were to be sprayed with a water hose, it would be discharged harmlessly, without any possibility of an electric shock to the person holding the hose. Again, this is in contrast to the situation with an electric fence which presents a large danger of a shock if sprayed with a hose.

At least it's safe to pee on!
 
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