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(Alaska Dispatch News)   Don't ruin a perfectly good day at the beach by bringing along your pet alligator with painted pink toenails and invite little kids to pet it and step on its back   ( adn.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Department of Fish, Dianna Agron, beaches  
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2013-06-20 10:27:24 AM  
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So the helicopter-mom freaks out after initially letting her kids pet the reptile and is now calling as many people as she can until she finds someone who is willing to listen to her.Fist she called the Department of Fish and Game.When they told her to fark off she called the Division of Parks & Outdoor Recreation.They wanted nothing to do with her so they sent her to the City Parks Department.When they don't return her call who will she bother next, the U.S. Interior Department?How many more bureaucratic agencies and parks department are there left for her to annoy?  If this guy bothers you don't let your kids near him.
2013-06-20 12:22:31 PM  
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And no one was hurt?  No digits or limbs lost?

WTF?   Why was this approved?

Some admin must have a fetish.
2013-06-20 10:29:42 AM  
1 vote:
When Alaska hits 90 degrees it turns into Florida.
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