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The Luckiest Squirrel in Colorado Springs...

Old 04-01-18, 04:59 PM
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I remember reading about a alderman in the city of Chicago had a squirrel get caught up in the wheel of his bike. It caused him to go down and messed him up bad.

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I once ran over a cat that darted right in front of me. I felt the cat go right underneath the front wheel. Doubt he was okay.

Riding on a bike path beside a soccer field I clipped a rogue soccer ball. Went OTB hard. That one hurt.
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