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#8 - thats keystone too. so many bugs bacteria and algae. we had ov…  [+] (7 new replies) 11/12/2014 on Severely Underwhelmed Toddler 0
User avatar #9 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
My father used to live somewhere in Florida, I'll have to remember to ask him where next time I call, but he said the worst part of Florida was the Alligators. I imagine they too like to take over your lakes.
User avatar #10 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
there are no lakes left in keystone for them to live in. But gainseville, home of the florida gators fucking lives up to its name. Go along the bike path through a nice park, fucking 4 foot gator on the sidewalk now you gotta go around. Animal control? ohh no hes where he should be in that park.
User avatar #11 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
God, that sounds like a nightmare. I used to live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and our wildlife would consist of wolves, and bears coming into the towns and wrecking people's garbage cans, or sometimes killing pets. We even had a moose running wild through our town once.
User avatar #12 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
moose... ehehehe. we only get the occasional wolf here. mostly its racoons and opossums.
User avatar #13 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
We have some tiny critters too, but mostly skunks. They're not really scary, but still best avoided. lol

I remember my obese house cat fought off a big old Bobcat that attacked him in the woods. He came back with a nearly severed tail, but he was still alive. My uncle had to go and hunt the bobcat since he was the only one licensed to do so.
User avatar #14 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
we dont get bobcats, moose, big dear, we do get wild hogs though. and they can be worse than alot of stuff. they know how to use those tusks.
User avatar #15 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
I've heard that boars are potentially more dangerous than bears since a boar is easier to anger, and they're typically more aggressive and territorial.

But believe it or not, Moose are extremely dangerous too. They'd mess you up in a heartbeat if you gave them a chance.
#6 - i live dead center in florida. 50 miles to either coast. there…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/12/2014 on Severely Underwhelmed Toddler 0
User avatar #7 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
Yeah, the Great Lakes are waaaaaay different. I live in Minnesota now, and their "10,000 lakes" are little more than glorified ponds completely infested with nasty insects and bacteria. Lake Superior was always a good place to go for a swim, though, if you didn't mind the water being a bit chilly.
User avatar #8 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
thats keystone too. so many bugs bacteria and algae. we had over 200 lakes in a 10 square mile area. now we have like 8.
User avatar #9 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
My father used to live somewhere in Florida, I'll have to remember to ask him where next time I call, but he said the worst part of Florida was the Alligators. I imagine they too like to take over your lakes.
User avatar #10 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
there are no lakes left in keystone for them to live in. But gainseville, home of the florida gators fucking lives up to its name. Go along the bike path through a nice park, fucking 4 foot gator on the sidewalk now you gotta go around. Animal control? ohh no hes where he should be in that park.
User avatar #11 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
God, that sounds like a nightmare. I used to live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and our wildlife would consist of wolves, and bears coming into the towns and wrecking people's garbage cans, or sometimes killing pets. We even had a moose running wild through our town once.
User avatar #12 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
moose... ehehehe. we only get the occasional wolf here. mostly its racoons and opossums.
User avatar #13 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
We have some tiny critters too, but mostly skunks. They're not really scary, but still best avoided. lol

I remember my obese house cat fought off a big old Bobcat that attacked him in the woods. He came back with a nearly severed tail, but he was still alive. My uncle had to go and hunt the bobcat since he was the only one licensed to do so.
User avatar #14 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
we dont get bobcats, moose, big dear, we do get wild hogs though. and they can be worse than alot of stuff. they know how to use those tusks.
User avatar #15 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
I've heard that boars are potentially more dangerous than bears since a boar is easier to anger, and they're typically more aggressive and territorial.

But believe it or not, Moose are extremely dangerous too. They'd mess you up in a heartbeat if you gave them a chance.
#4 - i pitch in for gas, and it is like 50 miles away. and food cau…  [+] (19 new replies) 11/12/2014 on Severely Underwhelmed Toddler 0
User avatar #5 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
Ah, sorry. I've only ever lived within walking distance of the beach for one of the Great Lakes, so I guess I'm just too used to that.
User avatar #24 - assrocket (11/12/2014) [-]
It's actually really scary to think there are people who live that far away from large bodies of water - especially the ocean. You know it's perfectly normal, but it just seems strange to think some of these people may never, ever see the ocean in person. That's fucked up, man. That's real fucked up.
User avatar #16 - rhodesgirl (11/12/2014) [-]
I know that feel as well.
User avatar #17 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
Whereabouts are you from?
User avatar #18 - rhodesgirl (11/12/2014) [-]
Right up by the Traverse City area, lived around here all my life except for the few months I spent up in Marquette.
User avatar #19 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
I was raised in Marquette and Negaunee. Primarily Negaunee, but I moved to Marquette to go to NMU. Small world!
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User avatar #20 - rhodesgirl (11/12/2014) [-]
Indeed! That's why I went to Marquette, went there for my biology major. c:
User avatar #22 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
My brother and I were both in the Computer Science courses. He became the president of the computer science club over in the LRC building for a bit while I left for the military. Still have to finish that degree. lol
User avatar #6 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
i live dead center in florida. 50 miles to either coast. there are a million lakes around here but they arent that great for swimming because low water table makes the algea and shit grow like fucking crazy somehow.
User avatar #7 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
Yeah, the Great Lakes are waaaaaay different. I live in Minnesota now, and their "10,000 lakes" are little more than glorified ponds completely infested with nasty insects and bacteria. Lake Superior was always a good place to go for a swim, though, if you didn't mind the water being a bit chilly.
User avatar #8 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
thats keystone too. so many bugs bacteria and algae. we had over 200 lakes in a 10 square mile area. now we have like 8.
User avatar #9 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
My father used to live somewhere in Florida, I'll have to remember to ask him where next time I call, but he said the worst part of Florida was the Alligators. I imagine they too like to take over your lakes.
User avatar #10 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
there are no lakes left in keystone for them to live in. But gainseville, home of the florida gators fucking lives up to its name. Go along the bike path through a nice park, fucking 4 foot gator on the sidewalk now you gotta go around. Animal control? ohh no hes where he should be in that park.
User avatar #11 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
God, that sounds like a nightmare. I used to live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and our wildlife would consist of wolves, and bears coming into the towns and wrecking people's garbage cans, or sometimes killing pets. We even had a moose running wild through our town once.
User avatar #12 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
moose... ehehehe. we only get the occasional wolf here. mostly its racoons and opossums.
User avatar #13 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
We have some tiny critters too, but mostly skunks. They're not really scary, but still best avoided. lol

I remember my obese house cat fought off a big old Bobcat that attacked him in the woods. He came back with a nearly severed tail, but he was still alive. My uncle had to go and hunt the bobcat since he was the only one licensed to do so.
User avatar #14 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
we dont get bobcats, moose, big dear, we do get wild hogs though. and they can be worse than alot of stuff. they know how to use those tusks.
User avatar #15 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
I've heard that boars are potentially more dangerous than bears since a boar is easier to anger, and they're typically more aggressive and territorial.

But believe it or not, Moose are extremely dangerous too. They'd mess you up in a heartbeat if you gave them a chance.
#11 - i cant even really hear what im thinking, theres so much *… 11/12/2014 on Why does everything smell... +2
#2 - Never buy any of these... things. slides or water spouts or an…  [+] (22 new replies) 11/12/2014 on Severely Underwhelmed Toddler +3
User avatar #23 - gilliam (11/12/2014) [-]
Or buy one of those lawn sprayers to water your lawn, they might cost a little more than a toy, but because they're not toys they actually work and are not set to break right after warranty. And they're an equally whole lotta fun on a hot summers day.
Add some plastic garbage bags or plastic sheets and you can make a watter run-n-slide in the grass aswell.
User avatar #3 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
You have to pay to go to the beach?
User avatar #4 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
i pitch in for gas, and it is like 50 miles away. and food cause they aint payin for me. but yeah thats it. id rather pay 30 and go to the beach than pay 50-100 for one of those shitty toys that only ever gets used once. just once.
User avatar #5 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
Ah, sorry. I've only ever lived within walking distance of the beach for one of the Great Lakes, so I guess I'm just too used to that.
User avatar #24 - assrocket (11/12/2014) [-]
It's actually really scary to think there are people who live that far away from large bodies of water - especially the ocean. You know it's perfectly normal, but it just seems strange to think some of these people may never, ever see the ocean in person. That's fucked up, man. That's real fucked up.
User avatar #16 - rhodesgirl (11/12/2014) [-]
I know that feel as well.
User avatar #17 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
Whereabouts are you from?
User avatar #18 - rhodesgirl (11/12/2014) [-]
Right up by the Traverse City area, lived around here all my life except for the few months I spent up in Marquette.
User avatar #19 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
I was raised in Marquette and Negaunee. Primarily Negaunee, but I moved to Marquette to go to NMU. Small world!
#21 - rhodesgirl has deleted their comment.
User avatar #20 - rhodesgirl (11/12/2014) [-]
Indeed! That's why I went to Marquette, went there for my biology major. c:
User avatar #22 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
My brother and I were both in the Computer Science courses. He became the president of the computer science club over in the LRC building for a bit while I left for the military. Still have to finish that degree. lol
User avatar #6 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
i live dead center in florida. 50 miles to either coast. there are a million lakes around here but they arent that great for swimming because low water table makes the algea and shit grow like fucking crazy somehow.
User avatar #7 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
Yeah, the Great Lakes are waaaaaay different. I live in Minnesota now, and their "10,000 lakes" are little more than glorified ponds completely infested with nasty insects and bacteria. Lake Superior was always a good place to go for a swim, though, if you didn't mind the water being a bit chilly.
User avatar #8 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
thats keystone too. so many bugs bacteria and algae. we had over 200 lakes in a 10 square mile area. now we have like 8.
User avatar #9 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
My father used to live somewhere in Florida, I'll have to remember to ask him where next time I call, but he said the worst part of Florida was the Alligators. I imagine they too like to take over your lakes.
User avatar #10 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
there are no lakes left in keystone for them to live in. But gainseville, home of the florida gators fucking lives up to its name. Go along the bike path through a nice park, fucking 4 foot gator on the sidewalk now you gotta go around. Animal control? ohh no hes where he should be in that park.
User avatar #11 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
God, that sounds like a nightmare. I used to live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and our wildlife would consist of wolves, and bears coming into the towns and wrecking people's garbage cans, or sometimes killing pets. We even had a moose running wild through our town once.
User avatar #12 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
moose... ehehehe. we only get the occasional wolf here. mostly its racoons and opossums.
User avatar #13 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
We have some tiny critters too, but mostly skunks. They're not really scary, but still best avoided. lol

I remember my obese house cat fought off a big old Bobcat that attacked him in the woods. He came back with a nearly severed tail, but he was still alive. My uncle had to go and hunt the bobcat since he was the only one licensed to do so.
User avatar #14 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
we dont get bobcats, moose, big dear, we do get wild hogs though. and they can be worse than alot of stuff. they know how to use those tusks.
User avatar #15 - lordbrauner (11/12/2014) [-]
I've heard that boars are potentially more dangerous than bears since a boar is easier to anger, and they're typically more aggressive and territorial.

But believe it or not, Moose are extremely dangerous too. They'd mess you up in a heartbeat if you gave them a chance.
#22 - yeah, i was like why is it shaking? i swear to god its probabl… 11/12/2014 on The Ultimate Weapon 0
#896 - so its now mass effect? can i roll again since its already one… 11/12/2014 on Let's play 0
#886 - **carneymaster rolled image **  [+] (1 new reply) 11/12/2014 on Let's play 0
User avatar #896 - carneymaster (11/12/2014) [-]
so its now mass effect? can i roll again since its already one of them?
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#63 - only half hard enough. which admittedly is still probably alot… 11/09/2014 on A Little Movie Moment:... +1
#61 - the other half the problem is half his art is traced.  [+] (2 new replies) 11/09/2014 on A Little Movie Moment:... +3
User avatar #62 - ilikethisusername (11/09/2014) [-]
still at least the nigga is trying hard enough.
User avatar #63 - carneymaster (11/09/2014) [-]
only half hard enough. which admittedly is still probably alot more than most of the normal reposts we have
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#3 - romankoridge (11/09/2014) [-]
Oh you...
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User avatar #65 - syrenthra (11/08/2014) [-]
exactly
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#69 - also i doubt they could find a snake big enough. The snakes in…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/07/2014 on Man Being "Eaten Alive" By... 0
User avatar #71 - testaburger (11/07/2014) [-]
That too

Also, what if the snake doesn't want to eat him in that suit?
They don't exactly eat anything and everything.
#39 - its a reskin of mass effect stuff. cept blastoise that was pro… 11/07/2014 on What happened to this? 0
#69 - for the most part this was correct. though the greek gods were…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/06/2014 on Worship 0
User avatar #105 - guitarassassin (11/06/2014) [-]
Well, it's best to ignore Hinduism because, rather than the religion influencing the culture, the culture influences the religion in the sense that a deity may be known as a god one century only to be known as a demon the next. It's rather weird from what I understand.
User avatar #77 - lahel (11/06/2014) [-]
the indians is because there is an god for every indian person

HUEHUEHUEHUEHUE
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User avatar #52 - ezzay (11/07/2014) [-]
so it is both Britain and Sweden that are experiencing the influx of Muslims?
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User avatar #4 - soundofwinter (06/21/2014) [-]
**** you
User avatar #5 to #4 - carneymaster (06/21/2014) [-]
might bit random.
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User avatar #1 - adnimistator (01/13/2014) [-]
you're gay
User avatar #2 to #1 - carneymaster (01/13/2014) [-]
For the most part yes.
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