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    Seven threads one page one, must be some kind of record. On topic our horned owls are back this winter.

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    "... I'm still confused though as to rate this thread -2 or +2 Icemans." -skifishbum

    check out my blog, where I dance with corgis.

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    PNW owl stoke



    not my pic, but a now and again poster's...

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    Snow Machiner survives collision with Owl...

    http://www.startribune.com/local/113633874.html

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    Eagle Owl at a thousand frames per second

    http://www.dogwork.com/owfo8/

    edit: not sure why the camera man used his junk as owl bait...??
    Last edited by DeathVan; 09-29-2011 at 02:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Socialist View Post
    They have socalized healthcare up in canada. The whole country is 100% full of pot smoking pro-athlete alcoholics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    Damn, li'l dude is chugging that thing! don't choke li'l dude!

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    Got no owl stoke, but I do have turkey stoke (and an owl call).
    President of the Hugh Conway Book Club

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crampedon View Post
    Cute little bugger, is that a saw-whet?
    Anyone ever seen an owl pellet?
    Sah-Whet Owl song Stoke! (cool nostalgic video too)

    Lilac rain, unbroken chain
    Song of the Saw-Whet owl
    Out on the mountain it'll drive you insane
    Listening to the winds howl




    Owl Pellet Stoke!

    I remember dissecting these in grade school...good times

    note:-Jer knew about Occupying Poly-AssHat long ago

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    Dammit - I used to have a rad owl pellet (as well as bear plug) collection in the freezer until like ten years ago when my wife made me get rid of them.

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    Very cool!

    I think you have me confused with someone who is far less awesome.

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    OMG^^^I think I just died from CUTE!

    I love owls, but in Cuban lore (at least according to my mom) you are not supposed to keep images or actual owls in your home because they portend death.

    I brought home a little owl figurine once as a kid and my mom positively freaked out. I kept it anyway...and had lots of bad luck.

    Also I was not allowed to keep cacti in the house for the same reason (bad mo-jo).

    Freaking crazy Cubans. Look at what all their bad-luck superstition stuff got them. (I still prefer to be on the safe side)

    Sprite
    "I call it reveling in natures finest element. Water in its pristine form. Straight from the heavens. We bathe in it, rejoicing in the fullest." --BZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer View Post
    'Cause politrix is gay and talking about owls or Praxis Pows or Gilligan's Island is way more better? (especially since now a lot of the douches here are starting to realise there is no light for them at the end of the tunnel).
    ARE you saying this forum that ADVERSE took his great time to create isn't a tunnel or pathway to enlightenment,
    but a closed anus rectum hole shit dropper???????????
    Green River owl stokages

    My mom collected owls khick knacks.
    you should come out n fish sometime
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    Thanks for the drawing tipz!

    Also, I like watching that freaky quad of characters with 'lil chugging dude. Who knew owls were that badass?

    Sprite
    "I call it reveling in natures finest element. Water in its pristine form. Straight from the heavens. We bathe in it, rejoicing in the fullest." --BZ

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    Still prefer teh hawkzzz...


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    It's kind of amazing to me that the same day I read this thread I find an owl while walking the dogs, and he's nice enough to just kick it with me while I take some pics. Haven't seen an owl up close in over a decade. This guy was super chill. I got about ten pics with my phone, and these are the best of them.

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    nice shot buddy
    cc

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    I got dive-bombed by a great horned owl a few weeks back. It was huge, close to two-feet tall. After the bombing run it just sat on a branch giving me the stare down. Pretty cool to see in a semi-urban area (Queen Anne for those familiar with Seattle).

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    Obama the Owl Killer

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/...re_633047.html

    "After decades of sidelining the once-thriving American timber industry and taking the food out of the mouths of loggers' children to allegedly protect the spotted owl, the green bureaucracy is still not happy and has declared war on the environment," the director of the Occupy Occupy D.C. movement, David Almasi, said in the release. "One owl is being sacrificed for another. Where is the respect for the laws of nature? The one thing we do know from this travesty is that the Endangered Species Act is out-of-control and desperately needs to be reformed."

    Today’s protest seems to have been inspired by an Associated Press report from earlier this week. “To save the imperiled spotted owl, the Obama administration is moving forward with a controversial plan to shoot barred owls, a rival bird that has shoved its smaller cousin aside,” the report read. “The plan is the latest federal attempt to protect the northern spotted owl, the passive, one-pound bird that sparked an epic battle over logging in the Pacific Northwest two decades ago.”

    "Obama has picked winners and losers when it comes to bailouts, handouts and where we can get our energy. Now he's playing God by favoring one animal over another. What arrogance," Almasi also said. "Virtually shutting down the timber industry in the Pacific Northwest didn't work, so now the plan is to shut down the barred owl. This is unreasonable, and the answer is to rethink our government's unsustainable endangered species regulations."
    I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!

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    What.in.the.hell?


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