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View Poll Results: what flavor do you prefeer or see the most?
Rollover squirrel 4 30.77%
Possum pancake 2 15.38%
Skunk chovie 2 15.38%
Other small rodent ravioli 1 7.69%
Other Flat meats 4 30.77%
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Old 05-09-05, 10:21 PM   #1
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What flavor of road Pizza do you like the best?

I see so many that we might as well find out what’s best. Seems to be flat meat season here in Portland Oregon. Lots of horny squirrels not using their brains.
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Old 05-09-05, 10:47 PM   #2
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Where are the choices of kangaroo, wombat, echidna, camel, snake, various birds etc?

I've seen all these and more in my my rides here in Australia.
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Where are the choices of kangaroo, wombat, echidna, camel, snake, various birds etc?

I've seen all these and more in my my rides here in Australia.
it's about endless for sure. the squierrls around here are trying to get their nut not using their nut. not evne fast roads that they are getting hit on.
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Opossum- your end is the road.

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Squashed snake is a popular choice here in Virginia.
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i see lots of racoon flapjacks
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I have been passing quite a few flat rats lately. And a few weeks back I ran over a fish in Chinatown.
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Gopher snakes are common in So. AZ.
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I see so many that we might as well find out what’s best. Seems to be flat meat season here in Portland Oregon. Lots of horny squirrels not using their brains.
Man, tell me about it. I must ride by a couple of squirrels on my commute everyday.

There's been a flattened raccoon on harmony road for about 9 weeks now. He's slowly decomposing. Looks like good jerky >
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two? latly I bet I see 6 or so on my ride. even one on the bike path today. not sure how that one happened though (G)
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Squirrels, for sure. Although this morning I saw a dead frog. Springtime...

The other day I went around what I thought was a stick but it was a garter snake. I stopped and went back and escorted it off the pavement. My good deed for the day.
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The wild turkeys in NorCal have hatched their babies now, so no more shooing them off the trail in the morning.... No more threat of attack from bada$$ toms showing how tough they are!
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