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May 5, 2011
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    EarlWash  over 6 years ago

    He needs to wear a cactus.

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    mrsullenbeauty  over 6 years ago

    It’ll be too late for somebody.

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    JP Steve  over 6 years ago

    That can smart!

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    Nabuquduriuzhur  over 6 years ago

    Maybe it will mask his scent or break up his outline? hehehe…

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    x_Tech GC Insider over 6 years ago

    He may figure it out in time but will it be in time?

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    Woody157 GC Insider over 6 years ago

    I think he wears a cactus all the time. It isn’t long enough to be a beard but short enough to be prickly.

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    Yukoner  over 6 years ago

    Whatever works my friend.

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    lewisbower  over 6 years ago

    Not only that Senator, but I guarantee the Now You See Me Camo Company will be the lowest bidder.

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    GROG GC Insider over 6 years ago

    Where’d he find jungle camouflage in the desert?

    Good Morning, Fellow Cave Dwellers.

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    Neanderthal  over 6 years ago

    A raptor in the hand is worth two in the bush.

    Good morning BC’ers.

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    Plods with Beer (did I mention beer?) GC Insider over 6 years ago

    But a raptor clamped onto your hand really smarts…

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    Sandfan  over 6 years ago

    Some days you count the meat; some days the meat counts you.

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    Verna Savor  over 6 years ago

    The Canadians tried this in Afghanistan…

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    pamlicorat  over 6 years ago

    Good Morning Lonewolf, Gweedo, Grog and Everyone

    He will discover it is the wrong camo. Anthony Hopkins did in A Bridge Too Far.

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    Tsali-Queyi  over 6 years ago

    Now we know they are in Arizona. That is the only place in the world where you find Carnegia Gigantea better known as Giant Saguaro cactus.

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    lightenup GC Insider over 6 years ago

    I hope the raptors don’t figure it out first.

    Good morning BCers

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    COWBOY7 GC Insider over 6 years ago

    Will he have the time to save his own skin is the question!

    (Good Morning, Pamlicorat, Gweedo & all BCers!)

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    Fogger_man  over 6 years ago

    Where did he go? Where did he go? I guess that camo worked better than they thought!

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    dsom8  over 6 years ago

    Gettig a little carried way, is he?

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    Destiny23  over 6 years ago

    Nope, he didn’t see the raptor till it was too late!

    (Wait, that’s not what he said…)

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    vzs1022  over 6 years ago

    They’ll smell you though.

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    jeffreydahn  over 6 years ago

    Tsali Queyi said, about 6 hours ago

    “Now we know they are in Arizona. That is the only place in the world where you find Carnegia Gigantea better known as Giant Saguaro cactus.”

    I guess they must have removed all of them that I see in Mexico and Southern California.

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    Coyoty GC Insider over 6 years ago

    That explains why Arizona politicians and educators seem to be from the Stone Age.

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    Tsali-Queyi  over 6 years ago

    Jefferydahn, I can’t say for Mexico, but I know any growing in California, New Mexico and other states were transplanted there before they banned the removal of them from Arizona or they were nursery raised saguaros, In fact I have an 18 inch one that was nursery raised, but they won’t be very large as it takes at least 75 years before they develop branches. They grow at the rate of one inch per year. I won’t try to tell you or anyone else that I’m an expert, but I have raised cacti as a hobby for over 35 years.

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    beviek  over 6 years ago

    What’s he going to do with a raptor if he gets close to one, beat him with one of his twigs? I saw no weapons on him.

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    jeffreydahn  over 6 years ago

    Tsali Qieyi:

    Suguaro are native to the Sonoran desert, which encompasses part of southeastern California. There is no magic shield at the AZ state line that native species are forbidden to cross. Not to mention the propagation by bird carried seeds.

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    Tsali-Queyi  over 6 years ago

    Jeffreydahn, You are correct.

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