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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-04-2007, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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Loop lunches can be dangerous!!

check this out!

http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/3...yote03.article


I dont know if I would freak or what... guess it would have depended on whether or not the beast was violent or not.

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I heard that on the radio this morning. That is crazy. I guess the coyote was hungry for a good meal?

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They should have just given him some chicken. He was desperate enough to waltz in there, he was probably hungry!
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Followed the scent of food, then hopped into the cooler for protection.
(That way he only has to worry about threats from 1 direction)

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Quiznos, preferred by coyotes almost 2 to 1 over sub way
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Certainly a better looking mascot than that meth-smoking rodent frmo a few years ago:


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I guess the coyote was hungry for a good meal?

Then what was he doing at Quizno's?
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From the video........."He (the coyote) had a coupon."

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honestly, if i saw it, i would probably try to pet it thinking it's a stray dog.

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I'd be tempted to make a coat from it, his fur looked so soft. I'm kidding, I wouldn't make a coat... maybe a hat.
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honestly, if i saw it, i would probably try to pet it thinking it's a stray dog.
I know it looks that way in the picture, but coyotes are hard to mistake. Generally they will avoid us as an adult human is too big to eat and can be a threat. Unfortunately, this one doesn't seem to fear us. That can be bad news for future encounters for all parties. They are all over the place out by me.

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Coyotes aren't dangerous. I chase them on my quad all the time. When they get to tired from running they'll just lay there and give up. Then I proceed by gettting off my quad and kicking the sh1t out of them.
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Coyotes aren't dangerous. I chase them on my quad all the time. When they get to tired from running they'll just lay there and give up. Then I proceed by gettting off my quad and kicking the sh1t out of them.

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Guess thats country entertainment, sorry. I retract my previous statement.
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Coyotes aren't dangerous. I chase them on my quad all the time. When they get to tired from running they'll just lay there and give up. Then I proceed by gettting off my quad and kicking the sh1t out of them.

Great....

It may be just a dumb animal........ but that's just cruel.


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Oh well, there are thousands of them by me. Live with it, Population control.
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Rigggghhhhhttttt. Tell that to my friends mother after a PACK of them chased her on their property. Still a wild animal.
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Rigggghhhhhttttt. Tell that to my friends mother after a PACK of them chased her on their property. Still a wild animal.
She telling stories, sorry to break the news to you. She's a liar. I've crawled into a den and grabbed pups to raise for my own and the mother and rest of the pack ran off. They didn't chase me and I was on the coyotes property.
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Ya know something Jimmy. As much as I cant stand her, she doesnt lie. But yet YOU come here and post about TORTURING a wild animal and STEALING a cub from its mother. Wow you are a real humanitarian.
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Ya know something Jimmy. As much as I cant stand her, she doesnt lie. But yet YOU come here and post about TORTURING a wild animal and STEALING a cub from its mother. Wow you are a real humanitarian.

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