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2013-02-10 11:16:24 AM
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What a fair & balanced ass looks like:

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2013-02-10 04:12:40 PM
2 votes:
I saw a fox while drunkenly stumbling back from the pub with my friends when we went to London. It hopped a fence in front of us. I thought it was a largish cat until I saw its tail. I said "Did you guys see that fox?" and they all laughed at me because "We're in the middle of the city." Then it came back over the fence and startled my drunk friends.

That fox had my back. I hope he's not the one who did this.
2013-02-10 01:58:49 PM
2 votes:
Nice one subby. CygnusDarius you are a Gentleman and a God
2013-02-11 03:39:41 AM
1 votes:

Chinchillazilla: I saw a fox while drunkenly stumbling back from the pub with my friends when we went to London. It hopped a fence in front of us. I thought it was a largish cat until I saw its tail. I said "Did you guys see that fox?" and they all laughed at me because "We're in the middle of the city." Then it came back over the fence and startled my drunk friends.

That fox had my back. I hope he's not the one who did this.


Foxes are pretty awesome.  We've got a slew of 'em here, too.  I'm lucky enough to live in a place where wildlife essentially comes up to my door--literally.  There's an abundance of red-tailed hawks hereabouts, too, and a few years ago, some of them decided to set up light housekeeping and raise families in several trees in and near my family's yard.  They apparently liked us, but they were absolute murder on strangers, which worked out since we also had a major problem with prowlers at the time.  With us, they were comfortable enough to settle down on fence posts and watch us as we worked outside.  But every time someone new entered their territory, they'd start out by flying low and slow over the newcomer to get a good look and start screeching, and they'd get lower, slower and louder, buzzing them until we came out or they finally left.  I have no idea if they'd actually attack or not, but they came within arm's reach of  several very unpleasant people.  It was awesome.  Beautiful creatures, too.

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2013-02-10 04:54:04 PM
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Stone Meadow: It was not clear how the fox entered the home.

Really?

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2013-02-10 03:59:32 PM
1 votes:
Urban foxes are a "growing problem" because people are eradicating woodlands to put in subdivisions and strip malls. Where else do they have to go? Humans that are calling for them to be culled should be culled instead.
2013-02-10 03:59:21 PM
1 votes:
I clicked the link expecting to find that O'Reilly or Hannity had gone on the offensive against "anchor babies" or gay adoption and used a photo of a 4 week old baby to illustrate their point.

I don't know whether to be thankful or disappointed.
2013-02-10 03:49:57 PM
1 votes:
Came in here to +1 subby, thanks to CygnusDarius, I came.
 
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