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(WTSP)   Tampa's Mystery Monkey's days might be numbered as officials warn residents 'not to make eye contact' with him. "If you encounter the monkey, his behavior from showing teeth to lunging at you should not be thought of as playful"   (wtsp.com ) divider line
    More: Followup, Tampa, wildlife rescue, teeth  
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2012-10-15 05:52:03 PM  
Being it is Florida, I am surprised the monkey hasn't already been shot and turned into dinner.
 
2012-10-15 06:22:29 PM  

heavymetal: Being it is Florida, I am surprised the monkey hasn't already been shot and turned into dinner.


Mmmm...rhesus pieces.
 
2012-10-15 06:52:42 PM  
 
2012-10-15 06:56:58 PM  
After reading the comments here, I guess I'm not the only one...

But for some reason I really hate monkeys. Just seeing that little bastard's picture from the link makes me want to unload a shotgun on it and then stomp on its body. It's like a really deep seated thing that I've had since being a kid. Little monkeys, medium sized, chimps, baboons. Damn them all. Gorillas are generally OK, but they are on thin farking ice, man.

Anyway, I wish there was a monkey in my back yard so I could shoot one. I just stocked up on some magnum double-aught buck, too.
 
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