PTA2PTB
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September 3rd, 2018, 8:19 pm #11

freegeo wrote:
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I think, if came around a corner, and suddenly looked up and saw a rodent like this, standing up on his hind legs, sport'n a pair-o-nutz on 'em almost as big as mine, I'd probably swerve to avoid hitting the little bastard, too. You never know what he might do. Lil fuk'r would probably come over and kick out one of my headlights, after I came to a stop.

*That does it! Where's my BB-gun!*
Be careful, You'll shoot your eye out!
Relax. I'm licensed to kill. ^o)


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September 3rd, 2018, 8:58 pm #12

PTA2PTB wrote:The squirrel had bulge nuts, and was out trying to screw his nuts off, which, in turn, induced torque steer under hard acceleration, causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle and put it in the wall.

Man is the South getting hit hard. First Kudzu now Chinese squirrels, that's genus TuHungLo, rarely seen outside of Southeast Asia.
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freegeo
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September 3rd, 2018, 9:48 pm #13

PTA2PTB wrote:
freegeo wrote:
PTA2PTB wrote:
PTA2PTB wrote:
I think, if came around a corner, and suddenly looked up and saw a rodent like this, standing up on his hind legs, sport'n a pair-o-nutz on 'em almost as big as mine, I'd probably swerve to avoid hitting the little bastard, too. You never know what he might do. Lil fuk'r would probably come over and kick out one of my headlights, after I came to a stop.

*That does it! Where's my BB-gun!*
Be careful, You'll shoot your eye out!
Relax. I'm licensed to kill. ^o)


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September 4th, 2018, 10:40 am #14



Not so ballsy now, is he?


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PTA2PTB
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September 4th, 2018, 10:49 am #15

^ Dat's what I'm talk'n 'bout. B-)

Commando. Rodent. Extermination. "We go in, we exterminate the fukr, and we leave."
I attempted to take one of those on-line quizzes, once. It was supposed to determine which one of King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table I would have been. After wasting ten minutes of my time on goddamn click-bait, I finally gave up and said, "Fuck it! I'm Sir Cursealot!", and went back to surfing porn.
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September 4th, 2018, 1:05 pm #16

Back in my insurance agent days, we had to remind people several times a year that it is much better to hit the animal than try to avoid it and crash into something else... A deer (or other animal) will be a comprehensive claim (usually a cheaper deductible) and anything else you run into (that brick wall) would be a collision claim and count against your record! Looking at what I just said, I'm not sure why you would swerve that much to avoid a squirrel...
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PTA2PTB
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September 4th, 2018, 4:15 pm #17

Bannedfonz wrote:Back in my insurance agent days, we had to remind people several times a year that it is much better to hit the animal than try to avoid it and crash into something else... A deer (or other animal) will be a comprehensive claim (usually a cheaper deductible) and anything else you run into (that brick wall) would be a collision claim and count against your record! Looking at what I just said, I'm not sure why you would swerve that much to avoid a squirrel...
Good advice.

I always try to avoid hitting critters whenever I can, just so long as it doesn't involve me having to do any car maneuvering gymnastics to spare them, but when it's them or me, I'm higher on the evolutionary food chain, and there time is up.
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