- Nov 3, 2019
I wonder if anyone has tried greasing the pole AND the slinky trick?
Ah ha! Tempting me with a beautiful black 6 stringer! Duane Eddy 6 string bass? Drul. Or a baritone guitar? Very tempting!
Bob Ross, famous TV painter, had a pet baby squirrel, but released it to the wild when it got bigger. I wonder how it fared. Most wild animals don't do well in the wild once they were domesticated. Park squirrels get used to handouts and pickings.Apparently 100 years ago they were popular pets...
speaking of which, hunerd bucks says you need this
I must discount because of some binding/fretboard repair...will take it in the shorts on this one, I’m afraid
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Didn’t some early internet sensation have a waterskiing squirrel? Surely I can’t have dreamt this?
re: grease---wouldn't that wear off due to weather (and sliding rodents) after awhile?
You remember correctly. The owner and squirrel in question were an attraction at county and state fairs.Didn’t some early internet sensation have a waterskiing squirrel? Surely I can’t have dreamt this?
That scenario happens all too often. Deer, rabbits, squirrels all cause accidents by jumping in front of cars. People are too kind, and swerve to miss them with usually disastrous results.Early life lesson: My first grade teacher hit a telephone pole with her car trying to avoid a squirrel.
My Dad says, if that ever happens, Hit the squirrel...
And then they bite you, and mynd you, moose bites Kan be pretti nasti.Except for moose. You'd be better off hitting a telephone pole than a moose. What usually happens is that you knock the moose' legs out from under it and they crash thru your windshield and roof.
And then they bite you, and mynd you, moose bites Kan be pretti nasti.