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    Meow!

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    I'm just saying'
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    Sarah Palin could bake my Alaska any day.

    At least that's what the kids are calling it.

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    some girl's going to see that dress

    and crave that day like craaaaaaazy
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    Fking hilarious, ha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrdr98
    Fking hilarious, ha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Mountain lions and cougars of any variety are inappropriate.
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    Ah, Fisher-Williams?

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    Spotted

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    What color were the spots on this kat????????????? Purple??????????? "I deaply love the color of purple." My junior high basketball coach, David Bales, always said that. He went to Kansas State.
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    This just spotted all over Victor, in peoples yards, peering into kitchen windows...


    Also spotted yesterday on Teton Pass, a Grizzly, chasing a Mt. Lion, that had a Fawn in it's mouth.

    No joke.
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    Anybody know the story behind this spotting? I have seen tracks in the foothills for years now and have heard a couple people say they have seen one. What's the big deal?, was there a close encounter or is the land owner trying to discourage visitors? Where there are deer there are mountain lions, simple fact and I am curious why the hubub.

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    Cougars are ubiquitous. Like everywhere even.

    Next thing you see will be a cougar on a fixie.

    Mrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by impdude
    Is that a bottle of chamois butt'r in the dude's hand? I hear cougars are very attracted to butt'rd chamois... story goes this applies to the 2-legged and 4-legged variety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    Cougars are ubiquitous. Like everywhere even.

    Next thing you see will be a cougar on a fixie.

    Mrow.
    Oh great now i am going to have nightmares. Fixie cougars. Time to build the bomb shelter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayd
    Oh great now i am going to have nightmares. Fixie cougars. Time to build the bomb shelter.
    What??? Yourn ain't a built yet?

    Too late.

    Cougar fixie.

    In lieu of a cougar shelter, Twisted will make you a foil hat. Maybe a tri-corner foil hat. Like the forefathers and tea-party-baggers wear.

    And, ladies, if you really want to be a cougar, here's your instruction manual:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_5257793_meet...re-cougar.html
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