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Re: Darned groundhog!

> Well, it was supposed to have rained all day yesterday, so there shouldn't
> have been any way our local ground hog could see his shadow!  But wouldn't
> you know, the rain stopped for just long enough for that pesky critter to
> see his shadow!?!!!  UGH! 

I just don't get it.  I mean, why not put a big rock over the exit from 
his hole during daylight hours?

The people of Punxsutawney clearly aren't trying hard enough.


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