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665 clicks; posted to STEM » on 21 Oct 2020 at 5:50 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2020-10-21 2:16:42 PM  
2020-10-21 5:55:46 PM  
Because it's cold?


2020-10-21 5:59:57 PM  
so much for Global Warming, liberalos!
2020-10-21 6:00:40 PM  
Branch managers get tired too, you know.
2020-10-21 6:03:38 PM  

skyotter: Because it's cold?



Invasive iguanas?


Thought so.

Doesn't this happen every winter?
2020-10-21 7:00:26 PM  
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2020-10-21 7:19:01 PM  
Drop lizards. FFS.
2020-10-21 7:19:16 PM  
Hey, if the cold doesn't get em', you let me know, I got 100 mountain gorillas just waiting to be let out of this cage.
2020-10-21 8:09:15 PM  
Because WHEEE!!!!
2020-10-21 8:21:34 PM  
Bath salts have that effect.
2020-10-21 9:05:25 PM  
2020-10-21 9:17:56 PM  
For the same reason as the last time we had this thread?

/Did you know the Cavendish banana might die out?
2020-10-21 9:18:47 PM  
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2020-10-22 1:32:38 AM  
Alligator lizards in the air.
2020-10-22 9:04:39 AM  
Better get some drop lizard repellent

This expensive compound is sold primarily on planets that see large numbers of outlanders. It is marketed through lurid displays that detail the horror of drop lizard attacks and claim great efficacy in repelling the varmints. (This efficacy does not extend to a money-back guarantee, however.)
2020-10-22 8:39:49 PM  
During a cold snap in southern Florida in January

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