This is a discussion on In Case You Have Not Seen This Yet - It Is Honestly Worth A Million Bucks within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Funny! Originally Posted by ppkheat I think this group of people would be great in getting the squirrels to move around the tree to my ...
If trees dying is this bad,i would hate to see them at their cousins funeral...
I feel so good inside knowing I would never be bothered by dividuals like this. I have done my part www.hopes-journey.org our retreat
I carry a gun cause a cop is too heavy.
I watched the first video, and decided to go watch some paint dry. The kid vid's made me laugh though.
I won't be able to eat lunch now
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I wonder what their reaction to the aftermath of the Mount St Helens eruption would have been.
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Hmmmmm when I was in my late teens early twenties there was a tree in my parents backyard (very rurual area, no other houses around) that my Dad and I shot targets against so much a large hole was eventually punched through it and it had to be cut for safety reasons. I just have to wonder in this current PC environment if I would be guilty of a hate crime in these folks eyes?
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They are Striking Back.
(12-29) 12:15 PST -- A woman who died Tuesday night when a tree fell on her tent at Safari West, a wildlife preserve north of Santa Rosa, has been identified by the Sonoma County coroner's office as Alabama resident Gayle Falgoust.
Falgoust, 70, was visiting Safari West with her granddaughter for a group excursion and was staying in one of the preserve's luxury safari tents, Safari West spokeswoman Aphrodite Caserta said.
The tree fell at about 8:50 p.m. Tuesday. Firefighters responded to the preserve, located at 3115 Porter Creek Road, within minutes and found Falgoust dead, Rincon Valley Fire Chief Doug Williams said.
Falgoust, who was reading and relaxing in the tent, was killed instantly, Caserta said.
"It's a tragic act of nature," Caserta said. "It occurred during a severe storm, and the fire department and sheriff's office told us it could not have been foreseen."
The granddaughter escaped uninjured and was taken to another tent to be picked up by family members, Caserta said.
"All of us are devastated for the family, and our thoughts and prayers are with them," she said.
The safari tent, built on a platform with a hardwood floor, is one of 30 at the preserve, Caserta said.
The tent was severely damaged by the tree, but Safari West is continuing to accommodate guests at other tents on the property, she said.
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Funny thread...lots of laughs!
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Wow, somebody's trunk doesn't fork...
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Notice how the commentator, at .19 seconds makes the statement, "environmental extremists".
Hope he wouldn't lump us "gun extremists/second Amendment extremists" in with these reality challenged IDIOTS.
He called it correct, but I'm just sayin'.
What a bunch of ninnys.
Hope they are few and far between.
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Washington didn't use his freedom of speech to defeat the British, He shot them!
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