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Posted by holly on Dec 10 2004
in keeping with the fine tradition of this forum, i sincerely thankyou for the much needed comments on wanton waste and will now criticize everything else you said...webmaster be damned. first of all it's just not funny to criticize peoples names. i am, in fact, a christmas wreath. i am also an alaskan so should be treated the same as any other alaskan christmas wreath. next, i'm tired of hearing about your coveted "daisy award" everywhere i turn. we don't all have big planes, own half the state, have millions and millions of dollars, and original daisy bb guns to access the great but remote squirrel populations. i have myself shot a rare horned squirrel, too. it just didn't have any horns yet...and yes it had the obvious signs of a male horned squirrel that everyone looks for at the other end of the beast. now that i have that off my chest, i'd like more information from you. i know you'll continue to stay on the high road of etiquette and overlook my harsh nitpicking as you always do. so, explain exactly how you measure a skull. what's a caliper? i have a snow globe. you know, being near xmas and all, i'd like to take a stab at this offering an olive branch kind of thing and cut a deal. if you tell me the exact grid coordinates where i can tag the alpenglow phase of the alaskan squirrel i'll take back a couple things i said.

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