GridcosmLevel 1250 of 4649
Started on Oct 14, 2002.
Completed on Oct 16, 2002.
Grid poemShy cap, yellow corn and a flying squirrel above the naked ground below the manicured sky the smelly hunter mumbled what anyone could cleary see to be the Truth. “I am talking about the dreaded Caucasian bear. I have heard a lot of stories about how it kills cows. A bear sits somewhere in the mountains. As soon as it sees a cow, it starts pushing rocks down. This is the way it kills people. I once saw such a bear with my binoculars. It was there in the mountains, some 300 meters high. We were going to drive several trucks along the road. When our trucks were traveling underneath the place where the bear was, the animal pushed some big rocks down and damaged several trucks. The bears probably do this for their own entertainment. Hunting them is prohibited, and they can find lots of food. I would advise hiring good specialists to shoot these killer bears. There is simply no other way out.” He said in a thick Russian accent. He also mentioned that the cab ace war is hell deuce bus admission is free, you pay at the door. byo hat, clothing optional. see you in the car!! Love Millhouse voulez vous couchez avec moi ce soir ? airporter
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