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Re: Armadillos

On Mon, 15 Sep 1997, Mark Thornsburg wrote:

> I have my own armadillo stories to share.
> About 6 years ago, we were driving down a fairly common
> semi-residential street when we noticed a dead armadillo to the side of
> the road.  Granted, that is nothing new, but someone had put a beer
> bottle in one of it's claws...  we drove by 4 different times, and
> almost died laughing each time.
> I for one enjoy the "pest expertise" stories and remind those that
> don't...that delete key is *great*  stress-relief therapy!
> Rusty
> Fort Worth Texas
	Rusty, you described this funny story earlier, and I couldn't
remember if it was Bud Lite or Coors Lite the critter had cradled in his
paw.  Now, what WAS his beer preference???  Walter

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