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(Cleveland 19)   The full beaver moon rises on the last day of November, be sure to view it from behind   (cleveland19.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Fur trade, time of year, United States, time of the fur trade, North America, long winter, Canada, European colonization of the Americas  
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2020-11-26 7:48:46 AM  
I like full beaver from any angle...
 
2020-11-26 10:56:15 AM  
Done in one.
 
2020-11-26 11:19:04 AM  
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2020-11-26 11:19:36 AM  
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2020-11-26 12:10:18 PM  

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I feel like you're suggesting the beaver will be hard on me. Nice.  (thatsmyfetish.gif)
 
2020-11-26 1:34:34 PM  

Monty_Zoncolan: I like full beaver from any angle...


Yeah but come on, the full beaver moon is really its own thing.
 
2020-11-26 1:34:51 PM  
Beneath works too.

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2020-11-26 1:35:39 PM  
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2020-11-26 1:36:10 PM  
Damnit...
 
2020-11-26 1:38:56 PM  
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2020-11-26 1:40:32 PM  
So now every moon phase has a name? Like when the TV weather people give a name to every snowstorm and cold spell?
 
2020-11-26 1:48:59 PM  
It's kinda stupid that a full moon is considered "news" in this farked-up era... so... enjoy this. Happy Thanksgiving!

Bad Moon Rising
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2020-11-26 1:49:27 PM  

UncleDirtNap: Damnit...


Did you just have it stuffed?
 
2020-11-26 1:51:14 PM  

Abox: [Fark user image image 850x478]


The Dream Academy - Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want
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2020-11-26 2:01:38 PM  
You just don't see a full beaver much anymore. I miss the good old days When you had to try to be cool while choking on pubic hairs. Life was a challenge back then.
 
2020-11-26 2:03:46 PM  

jaytkay: So now every moon phase has a name? Like when the TV weather people give a name to every snowstorm and cold spell?


They always did, "modern" people are just remembering them.

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2020-11-26 2:07:25 PM  
The vertical smile.
 
2020-11-26 2:30:28 PM  

Farking Clown Shoes: Beneath works too.

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48 seconds from the best simulpost ever

EVER
 
2020-11-26 2:49:04 PM  

AlgaeRancher: jaytkay: So now every moon phase has a name? Like when the TV weather people give a name to every snowstorm and cold spell?

They always did, "modern" people are just remembering them.


I'm trying to find the source, and it seems to be the Old Farmer's Almanac which says they're based off the Algonquin names for the moons, everywhere else is just saying they're generic Indian names. But then I found a Western Washington University site with the names of the moons in various cultures and the Algonquin name is "quinne kesos" which translates to "much white frost on grass" and there doesn't seem to be any group listed that calls it the Beaver Moon.
 
2020-11-26 2:53:53 PM  
The uncut version of The Wicker Man (1973 - Not the 2006 Nic Cage atrocity), where Britt Ecklund is dancing and banging on the walls. Now that is a "Full-Beaver Moon"...   :P

(trust me on this.)
 
2020-11-26 3:22:10 PM  

karl2025: AlgaeRancher: jaytkay: So now every moon phase has a name? Like when the TV weather people give a name to every snowstorm and cold spell?

They always did, "modern" people are just remembering them.

I'm trying to find the source, and it seems to be the Old Farmer's Almanac which says they're based off the Algonquin names for the moons, everywhere else is just saying they're generic Indian names. But then I found a Western Washington University site with the names of the moons in various cultures and the Algonquin name is "quinne kesos" which translates to "much white frost on grass" and there doesn't seem to be any group listed that calls it the Beaver Moon.


karl2025: AlgaeRancher: jaytkay: So now every moon phase has a name? Like when the TV weather people give a name to every snowstorm and cold spell?

They always did, "modern" people are just remembering them.

I'm trying to find the source, and it seems to be the Old Farmer's Almanac which says they're based off the Algonquin names for the moons, everywhere else is just saying they're generic Indian names. But then I found a Western Washington University site with the names of the moons in various cultures and the Algonquin name is "quinne kesos" which translates to "much white frost on grass" and there doesn't seem to be any group listed that calls it the Beaver Moon.


karl2025: AlgaeRancher: jaytkay: So now every moon phase has a name? Like when the TV weather people give a name to every snowstorm and cold spell?

They always did, "modern" people are just remembering them.

I'm trying to find the source, and it seems to be the Old Farmer's Almanac which says they're based off the Algonquin names for the moons, everywhere else is just saying they're generic Indian names. But then I found a Western Washington University site with the names of the moons in various cultures and the Algonquin name is "quinne kesos" which translates to "much white frost on grass" and there doesn't seem to be any group listed that calls it the Beaver Moon.


I mean...maybe the Algonquin were just more poetic about it than the Farkers in this thread.  Just sayin'.
 
2020-11-26 3:48:37 PM  

whyRpeoplesostupid: Farking Clown Shoes: Beneath works too.

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UncleDirtNap: [Fark user image 425x425]

48 seconds from the best simulpost ever

EVER


They both were low hanging fruit
 
2020-11-26 6:27:41 PM  
got in trouble when 'full beaver moon' was found in search history, i now feel vindicated
 
2020-11-27 2:29:29 AM  
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