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A very sad day for the D.P. or SAVE THE FROG

One of our very own has as much as admited to planning an act of terrorism, if not an act of outright MURDER.
That person is none other than our very
own,DaleinAdaOklahoma. See in his own words here:
http://www.dailypaul.com/node/132229

To quote, "Of course we plan on growing our own food very soon, and as of now have 10 beef cows, 3 little pigs, 100 chickens, 1 rabbit, and one very unlucky tree frog".

That's right, an unwarranted threat of early demise for a poor harmless tree frog that has not interfeared with Dales rights in any fashion.

I call on all of you to act quickly to help me save this creature of Gods, this innocent individual of nature, this harmless, cute, sings you to sleep every night,frog. It behooves all of us to come to the aid of Mr. Frog before any harm can befall him.
Frogs have rights too! Don't let the frog croak!
I ask all of you to encourage Dale to make his intentions known! The time to act is NOW! Make those calls, send letters,fax's and emails!!!

SAVE THE FROG!!! SAVE THE FROG!!!SAVE THE FROG!!!

Disclaimer: This is for humour folks



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Are you a troll trying to tie DP with tree frog hate?

Besides, it's not hate, it's hunger. It takes so dang many of those little suckers to make a meal.

mmmm

I don't know about this:

I think you are infringing upon that frog's first amendment rights to free speech by not letting him croak.

As I read down the posts, I see he has gone from unhappy, to probably quite comfortable.
Way to go Dale. heh heh heh

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I love my country
I am appalled by my government

Lets have a frog bomb!

how deep is that water Mr. Frog?
"Knee deep, Knee deep"

Thats funny!

It reminds me of when we were discussing the Iguanas that fall out of the sky down south.and everyone was filling their trunks with Iguanas.Someone even linked a "Iguana cookbook"LOL!

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Not enough meat

on a tree frog.

first I read your top paragraph.......

and then clicked the link..thinking.. (WOW--Dale must have just snapped and told how he really feels about the government..and the solutions that may be needed to reclaim it..)

Then after returning from the link..read the rest...

ROTFL! you should write comedy skits.. that was gooood!!

That I could for one second,

That I could for one second, pull something on you, now that is a compliment!

That's really great humor how you placed an apostrophe

in "folks" so it looked like you didn't know proper punctuation. Yuck, yuck! Slays me!

Let me see it again.

"folk's"

Ha, ha, ha! That is a screamin' hoot!

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

Some spell checks do this.

I always have to go back over it real quick.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Thank you for the

Thank you for the constructive criticism. I can always count on the members of the D.P. to help with my self improvement. I will make the correction immediately. You have a very good blog. I will do more research there. Thanks again.

Gracious

w/o a doubt.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

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that is a very graceful reply livefeeordie;

a positive, supportive attitude is far more important than technicalities.

If I am not informed of my

If I am not informed of my mistakes, I am doomed to repeat them. I don't mind the fashion that the correction comes from. I know that most on here can write better and more gramaticaly (did I get that word right?) than I. Thank you for you comment.

LMAO!!

After the first two lines I was like...uhhhh who did I threaten to wipe off the map this time..LOL

You will all be very happy to know that the very unlucky tree frog is now a very happy tree frog thanks to some undercover work.

First, this is how the tree frog came to be. It's been cold the last three nights so I brought a couple of younger chickens in to hang in the brooder in the garage. My kids went out and this poor little tree frog was hanging out on a bail of hay where he could get some warmth from the heat lamp...so of course it was captured and a home was set up.

Then the undercover Save The Tree Frog action went to work. My 4 year old decided she wanted to take it outside and play with it...of course I let her with the one simple rule. She only "plays" with it in the grass..you know so she doesn't drop it on the rocks or concrete. Within 5 minutes I have a hysterical little girl because it got away. I helped her "find" it, and once I located it I sent her on an errand to the other side of the yard. At that point I put it high up into a tree and said I was sorry.

I may be a terrorist, but at least I'm a terrorist with a heart. LOL

Man you had my heart going 90 to nothing...

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Dale, Don't do the frog! I will send you

some real frog (Bullfrog) legs. Quite tasty but tree frogs(not so much) LOL. Have one driving my wife crazy with all the croaking under the patio. I tell her all the time I'll catch it but then we fry. She sees the humor but still chastises me. Can't imagine why for she knows a cajun will eat anything if cooked properly. Preferably in a roux.

Jim

1976-1982 USMC, Having my hands in the soil keeps me from soiling my hands on useless politicians.

mmm I do love the frog legs..especially the gigging part

I am a craw dad sucking cajun food lover! We have crawdaddy boils several times a year, and I absolutely love home made gumbo. Cajun food is my absolute favorite! The only problem is that the ole Wally Marts quit carrying frozen crawdads and now only have the tail meat. We're thinking about taking a trip down to Shreveport just so we can get some for our next cook out!

Everyone around here loves my weekly "pot o' beans" because they are tasty and the juice is thick. Don't tell anyone but a great roux will make just about anything absolutely perfect!

Well then read this and be green with envy...

I just got back from Big Al's in Houma, LA, where i had a big platter of crawfish, fried oysters, gumbo, softshell crab, and crab soup. MMMM... damn good, I'm about to pop. Heading out to the oil rigs to dig up some fossils...

'Cause there's a monster on the loose

That's just wrong!

Just had to rub it in my face didn't you. What kind of beer did you have? Just curious.

Abita Amber...

Nectar of the gods, brewed locally of course. Gotta say, I had to pass on the frog legs... but they do have them on the rigs for 'seafood friday'... the ritual Catholic tradition of no 'meat' on Fridays...

'Cause there's a monster on the loose

mmm sounds yummy

I'm normally a sam adams black kind of guy, but with cajun and seafood in general I go with wheat. The exception is if they happen to have ice cold michelob on tap. My mom had a pub at one time and I'd stop in for a dozen oysters and a pitcher of michelob just about every single day after/during/before work. :O)

Have a good one bugman. Be safe.

10-4...

when in Rome, drink like the Romans! Abita is some good beer. There's a few Ron Paul folks here in Houma... anybody here from Houma???

'Cause there's a monster on the loose

May you have a Mosquito-free Summer

Many the amphibian has contributed to the education of a child.

The main thing I learned was that they do much better in the wild (though many are eaten). Certainly, if California newts escape from the bathtub, they may end up dehydrated at the bottom of the furnace 6 months later.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

yep..

don't mean to be disgusting but my daughter has a secret box...in that box are two dehydrated frogs that she found last summer, several dead locust (cicadas for the Northeners), a few large but very dead dragon flies, various rocks, and of course snail shells.

I've tried to get rid of the box but I get caught every time. BTW, she also has that "kill all the germs" soap my wife gets her from the hospital. She has to use it after messing with those, the chickens, or the rabbit. The cow crap..well that's another story all together. Who hasn't dug through cow crap to find fishing worms? :O)

Throwing Things Away

I was thinking about how early experiences shape us.

I realized that all of us have been thwarted-- that's where some adult in authority stops us from having a good time, or doing something we found interesting.

These experiences may lead to future libertarians as we become adults and only the government can still ruin our fun.

But the other thing I recall is property rights being violated. My mother threw out "my stuff" from time to time, and sometimes I noticed it and got mad.

I suggest you offer her something in exchange. Buy the dehydrated frogs with something else.

Too many people grow up thinking property theft is normal.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

You do have a point..

But then I think..would I rather have frog mummies or start over with some hidden bloated nasty frog? Besides I kept all kinds of crap when I was a kid, if I take it she may not trust me enough to show me her new "treasures".

Things around here normally only get physically taken away when I have to repeat myself ten times to pick something up. But then that usually only happens once or twice and people get the message.

As far as toys go, I rotate them so that she only has a limited amount to clutter up the toy room with. I pull the toys she isn't playing with, and when I notice a new batch not being played with I pull them and replace them with the last batch. It's like Christmas all over again. While the toys are in "holding", it is a convenient time to store them for future use. Either by the 1 year old when he gets old enough or for very futuristic grand kids. We bought all the old toys that you can't tear up, like solid metal tonka trucks from antique stores, so that we don't have to buy toys again. Toys these days are just ignorant in my opinion. If it doesn't take batteries and scream like a banshee kids don't like it.

I say throw the damn batteries away and send them outside to explore and get dirty!

You're on the right track

Even Disneyland is wasted on young kids: the furniture store can be just as fun if it's novel.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

I am glad you liked the

I am glad you liked the humour. This is how I vent after a looonnnggg week. I could not resist!

Hope you and yours are all well and doing fine,including Mr. Frog.

YOUR servant for freedom, Clay

P.S. It's been a fun thread!

We have a polluted river

And the bunker would come to die on shore for lack of oxygen. Well an M-80 in the mouth and . . . but i have changed since then.

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in all of that past.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.