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(SeattlePI)   Snohomish Rescue workers searching for 18 missing bodies in tragic mudslide that sent trees, rocks and homes into the Stillaquamish on Saturday. Sasquatch seen donning proper attire and joining efforts   ( divider line
    More: Scary, Snohomish Rescue, mudslides, Stillaquamish, Jay Inslee, Emergency medical services  
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2014-03-23 05:58:53 PM  
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JoieD'Zen: Astorix: Dumb headline subby

Oh yeah? If you're so f*ckin' clever post something better.

Btw - my companion decided to hike in the Cascades today. This may not be the best idea.


MFAWG: That's a bad deal, man. I heard that they could hear people calling for help, but there was no way to get to them.

This is a mess for sure.

I wouldn't go anywhere in the mountains after February this year. Too much rain. Too many avalanches.
2014-03-23 05:29:43 PM  
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Matthew Keene:

What are you taking, and where can I get some

I am under the influence of the new, returned Twinkies. They are available at your local grocery store.
2014-03-23 05:28:46 PM  
1 vote:
Boys, we are officially dealing with a farking Samsquanch!
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