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Old 29-11-2003, 07:20 AM
Shane D. Maudiss
 
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Sometimes there are rats and mice inside !

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Old 30-11-2003, 01:29 AM
 
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Shane D. Maudiss wrote:
Sometimes there are rats and mice inside !


Are they well-preserved and still edible?

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Old 30-11-2003, 07:04 AM
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Brian Mailman wrote:

Some years ago rfc had a local-foods-package exchange.... I drew someone
in Newfoundland. They sent canned puffin.

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arent Puffins endangered?????




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KenCo wrote:

Brian Mailman wrote:

Some years ago rfc had a local-foods-package exchange.... I drew someone
in Newfoundland. They sent canned puffin.


arent Puffins endangered?????


"Addams Family Values" after Wednesday shots a bald eagle at summer
camp: "Aren't those extinct?"

"They are. Now."

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In article ,
Shane D. Maudiss wrote:
Sometimes there are rats and mice inside !


Gee, I just can't escape nethack in other newsgroups

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