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    Ozzy IM just jokin, but it just doesnt seem very possible, like he said theirs no reference to the size of the bird in the picture... you cant tell how far away it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]The pic is there look at it.
    I did. It's a Heron.

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    Quote[/b] ]I guess nobody would believe that I caught a 5 ft snake, almost as big around as my arm today either.
    It's a rat snake, and you must have scrawny arms. I've seen adult diamondback rattlers that are only slightly thicker than my forearm.

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    Quote[/b] ]0zzy we arent doubting what you saw...some people just wont believe.
    Yeah, it's called "not being gullible". Which is more likely, that Ozzy mis-indetified something and mis-perceived its size, or that there are thosuands of 20 foot birds roaming through US airspace without being noticed.

    Or maybe the thunderbird is a *stealth* thunderbird, eh?

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    I thought the forums have been a little lacking in excitement and debates lately.

    I was looking through some of my pics from the river trip yesterday when I came across the pic I posted. Like somebody said there is nothing around it for a scale reference. I thought there would be a few people here that would fall for it. Maybe I'm losing my touch. We'll find out in about 5 months.

    Here is the great Thunderbird a little closer up.


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    MY GOD! LOOK AT THE SIZE OF IT!

    So the Thunderbirds are real after all...

    Ozzy, you really should've photoshopped the first pic a bit and given something for size reference-- like a small child dangling in its 'talons'!
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    wow....he fooled us again. i aint fallin for stuff like this anymore...sorry 0zzy.
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    See! I knew it was a pteradactyll!!
    Great Googly Moogly!

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    SirKristoff is a poopiehead Ozzy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]It's a rat snake, and you must have scrawny arms. I've seen adult diamondback rattlers that are only slightly thicker than my forearm.
    Yellow rat snake to be exact. It's mid section was about half or 3/4 the size of my wrist.

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    Ozzy- you've really gotta cut this crap out man. I mean.. 2 lies in one topic? ...an all time low. Why don't you turn over a new leaf 1.5 months early this year... And become a respectable (or at least some what ) member of this society?
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