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2011-01-13 13:32:06
Sorry COY, if this upset you, that was not my intent. When I saw the photo, it simply reminded me of your post, '2 albino moose', of early last year; and it was my memory of that that led me to the post. I simply paraphrased, from memory, that post including the comments, the photo title, and your user name. I hope that you are not loosing your sense of humour or your memory. I will look up the original post, yours, and comment on it to bring it up again.
2011-01-13 06:48:28
Thank you poppy. some folks do not have much to do, do they.
2011-01-13 06:46:01
Thanks patito. I never noticed that exchange. I never thought that it was you, but it appears that the person is attempting to imulate your comment style...
2011-01-13 06:14:15
Thanks patito,and I see it now, but now I feel dumber than mud.I did not notice the exchange of the number "0" for the letter "O". I was mostly concerned with all the problems that it would cause down the road. You are correct too about the fine job that he/she did in the comment. It does appear as if the person has had a few classes in how to write like patito. And patito, I never once thought that it was you, however; I really do enjoy your comments.
2011-01-13 00:03:45
Trolls are so short of imagination that they have to 'steal' our names. I has happened quite often that the letter O is replaced by a zero to arrive at a name that looks like someone else's name. One of my trolls began to post pics with the name of P0PPY and then bitterly complained when I had the pics deleted. ;-)
2011-01-12 23:29:46
Whoever did it used a zero for the 'O' in your name, Coy. And whoever wrote the comment in explanation of the pic has obviously been studying their Patito lessons or taking their Patito pills, or maybe both. They told a preposterous and outrageous lie with a perfectly straight face almost as well as an actual Texan could have done it. A hell of a fine job and I'm proud of 'em ! Maybe they'll step forward and 'fess up at some point, but I swear on my Grandmaw's bloomers it wasn't me !
2011-01-12 23:18:07
I did not post this photo, nor did I write this comment. I do not know how someone else could use my user- name, but they have...
2011-01-12 11:53:27
This may not be the best photo in this race but it is damn sure the funniest. Laugh everytime I see it.
2011-01-12 11:31:01
I want to apologize in advance for this photo that is of somewhat poor quality, however, since lemon mousse are so rare in nature, I decided to go ahead and post it anyway. Lemon Mousse are nothing more than a very rare color variant of the more normal Mousse and they are the result of a recessive gene. In nature they have been pretty much confined, historically, to the south peninsula of Michigan. However, since coming under protection by Michigan law several years ago (legislation that prevents hunting as well as serving them as desserts for Christmas dinners) the lemon mousse has gradually increased in numbers. To the extent that their range may be expanding and several, such as the one in this photo, may have moved southward and crossed the Indiana state line. This is bringing a great deal of excitement to hunters in Indiana. The animals are not yet protected there and they are in demand both for taxidermy aspects and because of the distinct 'citrony' taste of the venison.
2011-01-12 11:30:30
Really funny picture & caption, C0Y, but why would you 'borrow' another poster's name?