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(Times of Israel)   5,000-year-old leopard trap discovered. So that's what we're calling them when they pass the cougar stage?   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, goat herders, leopards, Bedouin, sheep, Negev Desert, felines  
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2013-09-29 05:31:37 AM  
2013-09-29 12:17:49 PM  
Archeologists found what they described as the remains of "margaritas and tight pants."
2013-09-29 01:42:38 PM  
Cougar, then leopard, then hyena...
2013-09-29 01:47:22 PM  
I thought they were 'freddy cougars'.

// Taylor Williamson
2013-09-29 02:57:56 PM  
It was just past the Shrine of the Silver Monkey.
2013-09-29 03:55:16 PM  
Leopards - identifiable by the liver spots.
2013-09-29 07:58:42 PM  
Not just leopard, but leopard trap, which means she's got a penis to boot.
2013-09-29 07:59:54 PM  
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Must have been discovered on a Thursday. I never could get the hang of Thursdays.
2013-09-29 10:08:58 PM  
Cougar, then Snow Leopard, then Beast of Yucca Flats.
2013-09-29 11:25:30 PM  

Virtuoso80: Not just leopard, but leopard trap, which means she's got a penis to boot.

So, something like this:
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