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He didn't like the guy on the mountain bike.

Old 10-10-11, 01:16 PM
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He didn't like the guy on the mountain bike.

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Oh, deer.
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D'oh!... a deer.
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D'oh!... a deer.
A she-male deer.
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Is it a hartebeest?

"Hartebeest stand almost 1.5 m (5 ft) at the shoulder and weigh anywhere from 120–200 kg (265–440 lb)"
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And here I thought hit and run was a roadie hazard.
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Wait 'til you encounter a moose.
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Wait 'til you encounter a moose.
Nah, they just fall on you and crush you when you hit one. The only dangerous time with moose is the mothers with calves.
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^^ They are pretty ornery and unyielding sometimes. My only high-speed encounter with one surprised him as much as he surprised me and he fortunately bolted away, instead of toward, me. But young bulls have attitude and will hold their ground sometimes.
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Anyone can get past a dog, that's why I have a giant goat with an attitude
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That was the best bike video I've ever seen, Siu!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Just saw that, amazing
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It's name was Buck and u don't want to **** - with it.
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Had to email this one to my Mom so she could appreciate how lucky she was to have been in a minivan when she got t-boned by a buck
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Critters are likin' it too. It's gotten like a million hits over on GnuTube.
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Critters are likin' it too. It's gotten like a million hits over on GnuTube.
Now you are old.



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Originally Posted by dminor
^^ They are pretty ornery and unyielding sometimes. My only high-speed encounter with one surprised him as much as he surprised me and he fortunately bolted away, instead of toward, me. But young bulls have attitude and will hold their ground sometimes.
The same can be said about young junkyards, as well.
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That was an Impala! I don't think the GM version or the ones on the Savannah is good for the sport.
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The same can be said about young junkyards, as well.
So where does that leave old junkyards, such as yourself?

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That was an Impala! I don't think the GM version or the ones on the Savannah is good for the sport.
You sure that wasn't a hartebeest?
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So where does that leave old junkyards, such as yourself?
You'll note that I never said they successfully stand their ground.
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Originally Posted by rm -rf
Is it a hartebeest?

"Hartebeest stand almost 1.5 m (5 ft) at the shoulder and weigh anywhere from 120–200 kg (265–440 lb)"
Hurtbeest.
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If I had a dollar for every time that happened to me...
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The video description says what the animal was...
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