I HAVE RETURNED!!!Now lets Get Down to Business!!!greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
Yes!!!It is I, The Great Squirrel King!!!Having cheated Death and the evil pink and brown Furless Federal Ape Men, I have Returned!!!Not only That, but I will pledge My Loyal troops to the Pine Ridge Cause!!!For many eons did we, The Great Squirrel Nation live in Harmony with the Great Nations of the north American continent!!!Now is the Time for Us to Rise up!!!I will pledge My Minions to destroy as many of the Federal Furless Apes as possible!!!Even now, as you Read This, My spies and scouts Are Moving into advanced positions To Attack the Oppressors!!!We will chew their Ankles, attack their Power cords!!!Destroy all that we see!!!Long Live The Rodent Revolution!!!Long Live the Nations!!!
-- The Squirrel King (StillNuts@upina.Tree), January 18, 2000
Delete. Delete. Delete. Delete. Delete. Delete. Delete. Delete.
-- delete (email@example.com), January 18, 2000.
LoL - For once I am actually happy to see ya oh furry one. Welcome to the cause.
-- hiding in plain (sight@edge of.nowhere), January 18, 2000.
Dang! He's back. Doggone Feds can't do nothin' right. Now he's gonna give aid and comfort to the injuns! Where's my lever action? I got some special squirrel loads for mah Winchester that'll fix his little red wagon fer sure...
-- Alan (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 18, 2000.
I know exactly how you feel oh great one! It is part of the manic- deppressive cycle of freeing oneself from y2k doomer addiction! hehehe (smile -- chuckle -- histeria -- ending in uncontrollable sobbing)
-- josemiani (email@example.com), January 18, 2000.
1) a life
2) a clue
3) a sense of humor
The clue bus stops out front every hour on the hour. It'll take you to the life store where they are all on sale cheap.
-- jes an ol footballer (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 18, 2000.
KING, YOU HAVE RETURNED! Look down below and see what they are saying about rodents! Comparing us to Hillary, for goodness sakes! Rise up and sic em O MIGHTY ONE.
In your service Russell-Rock-A-Billy Rat
-- JOY (Tryon1ja@cmich.edu), January 18, 2000.
(( flutter ))
Again furry Leader you set brave pitter-patter!
-- Ashton & Leska in Cascadia (email@example.com), January 18, 2000.
Yo, yer Majesty,
here's a link to the Pine Ridge story in case it gets archived
Good to see the Fur-Bearing one back...Rock on Squirrel King!!!
-- Not (Saying@this.Time), January 18, 2000.
LINK try this one instead Not Sayin'....
-- Billy Boy (Rakkasan101st@Aol.com), January 18, 2000.
Thanks Billy. I sure do hate HTML...
-- Not (Saying@this.Time), January 18, 2000.
Oh Great Squirrel King it is good to see that you did not become road kill or vittles for some wild eyed mountain man. I pledge my alligence to the mighty Rodent Revolution. Long live the revolution.
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 18, 2000.
Indeed, squirrelly lil' friend. Let's get down to business: Recipe_for_ Squirrel_Fricasee (Fair/Educational/Yummy Use:) SQUIRREL FRICASSEE 2 dressed young squirrels, 2 lbs
1 1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup shortening
1/2 to 3/4 cup water
1 1/2 cups milk
1 tsp grated onion, if desired 1. Wipe squirrel thoroughly with a damp cloth
2. Pick off any hair
3. Remove scent glands
4. Examine carefully to locate imbedded shot and remove with a sharp pointed knife
5. Wash thoroughly inside and out in warm water
6. Drain well and cut into serving pieces (Never wash after cutting up)
7. Combine salt, pepper and flour and dredge squirrel in this mixture to coat well
8. Heat shortening in a heavy skillet and brown pieces slowly on all sides to a rich brown, about 1 minute
9. Add 1/4 cup of the water, cover tightly, reduce the heat and simmer gently until tender (about 30 minutes)
10. Add remaining water as needed
11. Squirrel should be very tender when done
12. Remove squirrel to a hot platter, cover to keep hot
13. Blend any leftover seasoned flour into the fat remaining in the skillet
14. Add milk gradually and cook until gravy boils and thickens, stirring constantly
15. Serve at once with squirrel
16. Add the grated onion for additional flavor, if desired 4 servings
-- Julia Child (I Think I Cut@My.Finger), January 18, 2000.
While we don't have squirrels on Kaua'i, I do have a rodent problem...with rats by the chicken cages. How can I get rid of them? (I'm currently using waterproof (blue) poison wafers).
-- Mad Monk (email@example.com), January 18, 2000.
Julia, got a good recipe for Brunswick Stew? Squirrel is the key ingredient.
-- TrollStomper (DoomersUnited@TB2000.Net), January 18, 2000.
Can smell him ..........
-- Squirrel Hunter (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 18, 2000.
...The Squirrel King.
-- number six (email@example.com), January 18, 2000.
01-18-00 2058 hours: That was really funny...............Glad youre not roadkill somewhere.
-- suzy (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 18, 2000.
In my humble opinion, you folks are great!!!
Always manage to put a "big smile" on my face and persona...Thanks!
-- Michael (email@example.com), January 18, 2000.
THe Squirrel King Attacks!!!
-- Forrest Covington (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 18, 2000.
No disrespect for your highness but I just finished washing and blow- drying my fur...and I was getting ready for a little winter's nap.
Couldn't we do this revolution thing..say, next thursday?
-- eubie (email@example.com), January 19, 2000.
Welcome back oh Furry One! Am on bended fuzzy knees awaiting your command.
-- justme (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 19, 2000.