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    You and everyone know when monkeys fly out.


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    The Wizard of Oz had flying monkeys. I wonder when we will see a feral colony of these.
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    When monkeys fly. Oh, wait.....

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    Wayne's World,... Waynes World....Party on, Party on.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan R McDaniel Jr View Post
    The word was that animal do gooders allowed the escape in South Texas. Most invasive specie propagations are started by someone "doing good" or they think it would be cool to have piranhas in the lake, or tiger fish in the river, or pretty water hyacinths in the bird bath, or nutria to eat the water hyacinths, or let Monty the pet python go because they couldn't keep him in the apartment any more because he ate Fluffy, or ten thousand other goofy reasons. Hey, lets plant this tree and it'll be the only one in North America!

    People don't think. They bring in a plant and a disease it has causes the near extinction of the American Chestnut. Christopher Columbus and all who came after him brought invasive germs that killed 25,000,000 indigenonese in the first 100 years.

    Oh well, Monkey, it's what's for dinner!

    Alan
    That's a genuine problem with turtles of all things. People get the little red eared sliders or whatnot when they're the size of a dollar coin at the store and adorable (all fairness, they ARE pretty cute), and they're not necessarily prepared for how big they are going to get, so then they go "we should return this to the wild". Happened in Britain after the ninja turtles craze, apparently. Among other places....you have to know what you're getting in to with that sort of thing. I would love to say "people wouldn't try and release a dog in to the wild if it got too big", but on reflection that isn't true.

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    Yeah but Raphael was just too aggressive. That guy had to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    Yeah but Raphael was just too aggressive. That guy had to go.
    Hey, It's not like nobody was warned. They said right in the theme song "Raphael is cool but crude". You had to expect some rough edges.

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    I was expecting farts or something when they said crude. He took it to a whole new level. Some place out there in there wilderness is a grumpy, malcontent Ninja Turtle returned to the wild.

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