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  1. F. Ticious
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    Hello; my name is F. Ticious, ya’ll can call me Frank or Frank Lee; I don't really give a damn. You may remember me from the interstate bill-boards advertising $99.00 no-fault divorces back before the collapse. I don’t see much need for a divorce lawyer anymore; it seems that now if a couple doesn’t get along, one just shoots the other one and that more or less effectively ends the relationship.
    I suppose that I am one of the fortunate ones after TEOTWAWKI, having spent years reading all the PAW stories and novels. I stock-piled enough guns and ammunition to last me a life-time or two but a lot got left behind when I had to abandon my Bug-out vehicle to those mutant ninja Zombies. This would have never happened if the other members of my group had rallied as planned, but none the less, I made it to the National forest on foot and I have a cache back at the house that I do not believe the present occupants will discover any time soon.
    I must admit that the first several weeks were enlightening, to say the least. It had never occurred to me that there were good reasons that man moved out of caves and into other more suitable forms of shelter. It did occur to me that a “Will work for food” sign isn’t much use unless you actually take it to where there is work being conducted, but just a word of caution here: sometimes those busy folks don’t want your help and will shoot at you when they see you coming.
    Frank
  2. Seacowboys
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    Seacowboys Senior Member Founding Member

    Dude; i don't know whether to welcome a lawyer or not? But I have often suspected you guys lived in caves or at least under a rock somewhere...
  3. F. Ticious
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    yes, under a good rock would be much better than a cave! Caves tend to attract bats and bats are not very sanitary little animals and not very nourishing. Their poop is everywhere and thousands of little bugs and other crawly things live in it. There is this one really large blind cricket that will pinch you and draw blood and those little rolly-polly bugs are everywhere. Do you think there might be a demand for bat poop? I read somewhere about guano being used for fertilizer or gunpowder or something? I could bring sacks of bat poop to swap meets?
  4. larryinalabama
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    larryinalabama Monkey+

    Whats the punch line??????????
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  6. RightHand
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    RightHand The Memory Keeper and Resident Honeybee Moderator Founding Member

    Welcome Frank. I believe you may be the first and, to date, only lawyer in our midst so it will be very interesting to hear your opinions. We might not always agree but I'm sure you're accustomed to that.

    As a point in fact, Bat Poop is indeed a valuable resource, much like bull poop, either as fertilizer or, when dried, a building material for shelter. Mix with dried grass and form into blocks. I used to build simple structures from bull poop all the time. Very cozy until that first rain hit!
  7. larryinalabama
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    larryinalabama Monkey+

    Is this thred starting to smell bad?
  8. F. Ticious
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    F. Ticious Monkey

    OK,,I can try a picture
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  9. Gator 45/70
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    Gator 45/70 Monkey+++ Site Supporter

    Naa...May need a wheelbarrow to haul all the incoming bull off with...lol


  10. Gator 45/70
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    Where da bat's ?


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