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2012-06-03 12:41:48 PM  
The world's cutest troll,ladies and gentlemen.
 
2012-06-03 02:05:25 PM  
tl;dw
 
2012-06-03 02:40:15 PM  
Fark HQ has a monorail?
 
2012-06-03 02:46:49 PM  
I love where he lays down on the track. LOL HIlarious
 
2012-06-03 02:57:29 PM  
I think one of those died in my attic last week.
 
2012-06-03 02:58:10 PM  

2wolves: Fark HQ has a monorail?


Even mickey mouse outfits like Fark have monorails these days.
 
2012-06-03 03:30:55 PM  
images1.wikia.nocookie.net

Disapproves
 
2012-06-03 03:48:27 PM  

styckx: I think one of those died in my attic last week.


It must have been something you said.
 
2012-06-03 04:30:30 PM  
farm9.staticflickr.com

Proud.
 
2012-06-03 04:30:34 PM  
Poor squirrel was probably exhausted from being chased by a magpie and this frigging big monorail starts harassing it.
 
2012-06-03 05:21:24 PM  

HairBolus: Poor squirrel was probably exhausted from being chased by a magpie and this frigging big monorail starts harassing it.


I call it 'just a really bad day.' But I can crack a beer at the end of a bad day. I hope this squirrel finds a bag of pistachios.
 
2012-06-03 06:10:08 PM  
"Oh, he's soo cuuute"

No, he's vermin, and as such, has a legal death sentence on his every breath. Run the farking thing over and lets all get on with our lives
 
2012-06-03 06:16:40 PM  
its a tree rat. i'd run it over. those bastards will chew through anything and clever in a way that will seriously fark you up if you aren't careful. shoot one that is in a tree and if you only winged him or worse he just lost his balance he will run towards you if cover is not closer. why is this important? because if you are in a hunting party with a noob and you have told him a dozen times already not to get excited if the bastard charges noob will 99% of the time start swinging his gun around as nutsy mc evil runs in a circle around your group and up the leg of the fattest person.
 
2012-06-03 06:39:09 PM  

Stantz: "Oh, he's soo cuuute"

No, he's vermin, and as such, has a legal death sentence on his every breath. Run the farking thing over and lets all get on with our lives


WTF? Are they getting jacked up on milk-plus drencrom, and roaming the countryside like a bunch of droogs?

starlost: its a tree rat. i'd run it over. those bastards will chew through anything and clever in a way that will seriously fark you up if you aren't careful. shoot one that is in a tree and if you only winged him or worse he just lost his balance he will run towards you if cover is not closer. why is this important? because if you are in a hunting party with a noob and you have told him a dozen times already not to get excited if the bastard charges noob will 99% of the time start swinging his gun around as nutsy mc evil runs in a circle around your group and up the leg of the fattest person.


It must suck that your prey is smarter than half of your hunting party.

Don't get the squirrel hate. Got a few species where I live. Never had a problem.
Hell, I've gotten to know a few squirrels on the golf course. Intelligent little critters.
Plus, if you're good and smoked up, they look like furry sine waves bounding across your lawn.
 
2012-06-03 06:55:28 PM  

Mr. Potatoass: Stantz: "Oh, he's soo cuuute"

No, he's vermin, and as such, has a legal death sentence on his every breath. Run the farking thing over and lets all get on with our lives

WTF? Are they getting jacked up on milk-plus drencrom, and roaming the countryside like a bunch of droogs?.


No, That's just silly. Simply put, if you capture, or enclose any specimin of vermin, it's actually illegal to release it back into the wild

ergo, squish the bastard
 
2012-06-03 08:07:02 PM  
Looked around to see if squirrels are considered vermin. Apparently Insurance companies are the only ones who try and label them that, and a judge disagreed.

/hope i don't have to explain legal precedence
 
2012-06-03 09:41:06 PM  
So, a male driver would have run it over?
 
2012-06-03 09:57:11 PM  

Mr. Potatoass: Hell, I've gotten to know a few squirrels on the golf course. Intelligent little critters.


Intelligently making a home in your attic. Pissin' & shiattin' in your insulation.
 
2012-06-03 10:50:57 PM  
And this illustrates quite emphatically why mixed-use paths suck.
 
2012-06-03 11:05:49 PM  

Unright: Mr. Potatoass: Hell, I've gotten to know a few squirrels on the golf course. Intelligent little critters.

Intelligently making a home in your attic. Pissin' & shiattin' in your insulation.


You didn't mention the chewing insulation off of wires and building a farking nest of kindling between them. But hey, everyone's home should just naturally be squirrel-proof, right? 'Cause they're not vermin or anything.
 
2012-06-03 11:16:33 PM  

FatalDischarge: So, a male driver would have run it over?


The filmdouche ejaculated. That's what matters.
 
2012-06-03 11:49:48 PM  

RatOmeter: But hey, everyone's home should just naturally be squirrel-proof, right?


Like anything, you should adapt to your environment. If you're building a house where certain types of animals are, or own a house where certain types of animals are, you need to take them into consideration.

But on the bright side, since a judge said they weren't vermin, that means any insurance company that tries to tell you they are to get out of covering you for damage caused by squirrels is full of shiat and you can call them on it. Now that the precedent is set they won't take it to court.
 
2012-06-03 11:56:47 PM  
I always forget that US squirrels are so small.

www.texasescapes.com
 
2012-06-04 05:45:12 AM  

RatOmeter: Unright: Mr. Potatoass: Hell, I've gotten to know a few squirrels on the golf course. Intelligent little critters.

Intelligently making a home in your attic. Pissin' & shiattin' in your insulation.

You didn't mention the chewing insulation off of wires and building a farking nest of kindling between them. But hey, everyone's home should just naturally be squirrel-proof, right? 'Cause they're not vermin or anything.


More like teenagers from your description.
 
2012-06-04 08:07:58 AM  

Mr. Potatoass: WTF? Are they getting jacked up on milk-plus drencrom, and roaming the countryside like a bunch of droogs?


Squirrel: "Ah, what a lovely garden you have. I think I'll try just one bite of this tomato **RUINED**. That was lovely, how about a nip of this apple over here **RUINED**. Mmm, tastey, but I'm not quite filled yet. Let me try... **RUINED, RUINED, RUINED, RUINED**"
 
2012-06-04 08:13:24 AM  

Serial: I always forget that US squirrels are so small.

[www.texasescapes.com image 410x308]


I got one big enough to take on that cat here in Ohio, bugger eats all the birdseed
 
2012-06-04 09:16:04 AM  

Stantz: Simply put, if you capture, or enclose any specimin of vermin, it's actually illegal to release it back into the wild

ergo, squish the bastard



Bullshiat. Buddy of mine down the street from us relocated a bunch of these bastards after they gnawed at the cable to his A.M. low voltage radio station's antenna. Apparently, they are like sharks and ants the way they are attracted to electromagnetic fields (or they like the taste of wire insulation).

Meanwhile, the old lady next door to me makes peanut butter & jelly cracker sandwiches for the little buggers that attach themselves to her front screen door every day.
 
2012-06-04 09:23:26 AM  

Stantz: Mr. Potatoass: Stantz: "Oh, he's soo cuuute"

No, he's vermin, and as such, has a legal death sentence on his every breath. Run the farking thing over and lets all get on with our lives

WTF? Are they getting jacked up on milk-plus drencrom, and roaming the countryside like a bunch of droogs?.

No, That's just silly. Simply put, if you capture, or enclose any specimin of vermin, it's actually illegal to release it back into the wild

ergo, squish the bastard


being a native species how are they vermin?

Oh you're not getting laid? Nevermind
 
2012-06-04 11:13:30 AM  
This is where television fails to communicate the drama of a small rodent gumming up our transportation system.

Phil? Phil Connors? Don't say you don't remember me because I sure as heckfire remember you!
 
2012-06-04 06:31:51 PM  
Rufus_T_Firefly:

Bullshiat. Buddy of mine down the street from us relocated a bunch of these bastards after they gnawed at the cable to his A.M. low voltage radio station's antenna. Apparently, they are like sharks and ants the way they are attracted to electromagnetic fields (or they like the taste of wire insulation).

nigeman:

being a native species how are they vermin?



I'm in the UK and I'm referring to UK law. Our classification of vermin is any species, indiginous or not, that is deemed out of control, in either numbers or behaviour. Where the animal comes from is irrelevent. I know this as I have to shoot 20 pigeons a week as the little farkers get into our plasterboard shed, start making nests and shiat all over our stock.
 
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