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(Guardian)   Due to global warming, Capricorns aren't getting along with Aries   (theguardian.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, British Columbia, mountain goats, Climate change, Ice, mountains of the US west, Joel Berger, America's largest wild sheep, Global warming  
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670 clicks; posted to STEM » on 17 Oct 2022 at 4:35 PM (15 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-10-17 5:50:27 PM  
scientists have documented mountain goatsming and bighorn sheep competing over mineral deposits

I am against strip-mining even if it is goats or rams doing the mining
 
2022-10-17 6:02:30 PM  
Yeah, I married a libra

/Capricorn
//don't think I ever dated an Aires
///meh, it's all mumbo jumbo, the only reason I know is because my mom was/is into horoscopes
 
2022-10-17 6:19:46 PM  
I, as an Aries, am disappointed in this article.

Do better, Longhorn Sheep.

/Married a Scorpio, who has no skin in this game.
//♫♪ Sheep got to Heaven; Goats go to Hell
 
2022-10-17 6:41:24 PM  
Mountain Dew Ram Commercial
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2022-10-17 8:03:01 PM  
Im not feeling alright today

I'm not feeling that great
 
2022-10-17 8:45:57 PM  
Sheep go to Heaven. Goats go to Hell.
CAKE - Sheep Go To Heaven (Official Audio)
Youtube eYxs4esLI_E

 
2022-10-18 8:48:22 PM  
I never even owned a K-car
 
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