Lighten Up!

Doing that would sort of undermine their main fundraising product…

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They do … can’t tell you how many times we have been told to only eat one box of Thin Mints at a setting.
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I wasn’t implying that the recipe was part of an officially-sanctioned activity. More likely what the family hosting the bi-weekly meeting was putting out as a snack.

For this particular troop, moreover, food prep and other housewifery skills would be strictly verboten. These girls do coding, spelunking, GIS-mapping, and archaeological grid-laying.

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Happy.Easter

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In all fairness, that page could be “Today’s Menu” for Jonathan depending upon his dietary needs.

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Flattened Fauna, Revised: A Field Guide to Common Animals of Roads, Streets, and Highways: Knutson, Roger M.: 9781580087551: Amazon.com: Books

Not sure whether recipes are included.

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I’ve actually sold that book.

No, no recipes.

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I’ve sold this book on Amazon:

South Dakota’s Roadkill Cookbook by Bruce Carlson. 9781878488190

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I was looking for something else and came across this and thought it was amusing.
Then I realized it was from 2013, and how much nothing has changed with Amazon.

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We have a wildlife research area here locally that has a herd of bison (not buffalo). I have seen a few of these guys up close from behind the safety of the SUV or pickup window. These critters are HUGE. Awesome to look at.

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4 posts were merged into an existing topic: Fun with Wild Animals

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