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Old 06-03-2012, 11:52 AM   #61
 
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I ain't never seen Big Bird in the wild.


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I do see bald eagles very often wear I live. I live out in the country and I see bald eagles, hawks, and a few I don't know the name of.

I did see a Luna one time and it was unfornately dead. It made me so sad to see it just out in the open on the sidewalk. I picked it up and transferred it onto a bush. I know it was dead but that seemed more of an appropriate place.
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Big Bird is a Brooklyn bird.
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I would totally go to Dollywood!

Twitty City, too.
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Straight up Brooklyn Bird.

I have a love hate relationship when it comes to Dollywood. lol. I'm forced to go every summer when my youngest nephews and nieces visit. They make it fun, and I always enjoy the animals.
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Are there animatronics? I love animatronics.
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Are there animatronics? I love animatronics.
I just want to know if there any sexplosion animatronics???
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Old 06-03-2012, 12:49 PM   #67
 
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Yes, they still have a few animatronics. It used to be carnival rides, one roller coaster (or rollie coaster, as Dolly calls it) and animatronics.

The animatronics that remain are indeed sexplosive!!!
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Porter Waggoner?
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Porter Waggoner?
Hahaha! Porter Waggoner Moth:



^ Nothing about that says sexplosive.
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I think there'd be a lot of flying glitter with this one:

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I think there'd be a lot of flying glitter with this one:

Porter Waggoner's flying glitter jacket has officially gouged out my eyeballs.
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I think there'd be a lot of flying glitter with this one:

Porter Waggoner's flying glitter jacket has officially gouged out my eyeballs.
Gee thanks. I knew that avacado would leave my body but I was hoping it'd go the normal path...
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I think there'd be a lot of flying glitter with this one:

Porter Waggoner's flying glitter jacket has officially gouged out my eyeballs.
Gee thanks. I knew that avacado would leave my body but I was hoping it'd go the normal path...
You are welcome, but it's a horrible waste of avocado.
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Porter Waggoner's flying glitter jacket has officially gouged out my eyeballs.
Gee thanks. I knew that avacado would leave my body but I was hoping it'd go the normal path...
You are welcome, but it's a horrible waste of avocado.
Ohhhhh. That comment was directed at Claudine. I was eating and the eye comment made me a bit squimish....
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Animatronic Porter regrets all.
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I'm late to the eagle conversation, but here is a pic of the pair who nests in the forest around where I work. I have nicknamed them after two of our maintenance men who are always together, but only one of them is actually bald

And RCW is correct, the ban on DDT has meant that all of those birds of prey have made strong recoveries. The bald eagle was removed from the federal list of threatened and endangered species in 2007 but it is still protected under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and the Lacey Act.
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I believe Arthur, the sidekick of "The Tick", was also a moth (man).
Originally voiced by my childhood hero, Micky Dolenz!

Anyone ever seen a cecropia moth? Those things could practically pick you up and carry you off, they're so big. Or at least they seemed so when I saw one as a kid.
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I believe Arthur, the sidekick of "The Tick", was also a moth (man).
Originally voiced by my childhood hero, Micky Dolenz!

Anyone ever seen a cecropia moth? Those things could practically pick you up and carry you off, they're so big. Or at least they seemed so when I saw one as a kid.
I hope I never do. For some
reason moths kinda creep me out. Goats do too. I think with goats it is their eyes. I need help.


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Koalas have peculiar pupils as well, I recently noticed.
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lol. I've know a few people who don't trust/are scared of goats. Bulls freak me out, and with good reason.

Recently, while attending a mtg with fire chiefs, my boss was cornered and taunted with a rooster. True story. He has been terrified of them since being flogged as a child. They got it video, and I have been laughing since I watched it. Vicious, I know.
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