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2008-09-10 22:55:51
"a pilfered string bean"! LOL i don't know what that even means but it cracked me up!
2008-09-10 14:46:06
Pilfered. A pilfered string bean.
2008-09-09 01:41:29
Ho ho ho. The monkey playin' with himself kinda blew that one apart... how would anyone record such a thing in the 1940s? Great yarn, as usual! ;-)
2008-09-09 00:37:43
Interesting story..reminds me of something that happened down in Montgomery County back in the late 1940's...an old man who had a litle cross-roads fillin' station got ahold of about a dozen or so little monkeys...he built a cage for 'em right beside his place..figured folks would stop to look at the monkeys and maybe buy a soda water or a Moon Pie..anyway, an old boy with his wife and family stopped to have a look one day, and one of the little monkeys got right up in front of the feller's wife anmd started playin' with himself,the way monkeys do..embarrassed the lady a good bit, and the feller got pretty mad about it, and he came back that night and dynamited the cage..blew the cage to splinters, but it only killed a couple of the monkeys, and the rest of 'em just ran off into the woods and wound up down where the San Jacinto river runs through the Big Thicket..real thick and brushy back there, and for years people runnin' trotlines on that part of the river would report hearin' those monkeys hollerin' and once in a while somebody would see one or two of 'em swinging through the trees along the banks...last reported sighting was about 1958 or so...That's a true story.
2008-09-08 23:26:36
artemis, i think it's a muntjac or some kind of cabybara.
2008-09-08 18:45:59
Dik Dik
2008-09-08 15:29:14
...making off with a stolen string bean.
2008-09-08 11:32:26
I don't think that's a baby deer. It looks like a muntjac.