That was funny, but I am wondering how did that woodchuck end up in this person's house? Second, how did he give it an ice cream cone? I thought woodchucks were wild. I had a woodchuck that dug a huge hole under my place for 3 years in a row. I would fill it in and he'd come back and dig it out. This went off and on for 3 years until he finally gave up late last year. I actually was disappointed when he stopped. I was so use to fighting with him I thought something was wrong when he stopped coming around. I guess I'll see if he comes back this year. After watching this video, maybe I'll just give him an ice cream cone and ask him to go play somewhere else. lol
April 12, 2013 at 1:50am
Razor: Do everyone a favor and put the pipe down.
April 12, 2013 at 1:19am
DLV: I respect your opinion, but I disagree. No evidence out there of a god.
April 11, 2013 at 10:28pm
KIBA: I believe in a lot of things. Just not god.
April 11, 2013 at 10:27pm
KIBA: Do you have a personal best for consecutive dumb comments?
April 11, 2013 at 10:07pm
LEADNOTFOLLOW: Rather narrow minded of you to judge people on their beliefs. Watch the world news and try and convince me that your god or any god exists.
April 10, 2013 at 3:09pm
I have been on several fracks here in Alberta. Like REDDIRT said. Don’t fear the frack.
If the granola munching tree huggers want something to b*tch about, they should protest the use of fresh water in the fracking process.
Hundreds of thousands of cubic meters of fresh water are used here in the fracking process.
As soon as the water hits the well bore, its garbage forever.
We used to use frack oil or condensate to frack. Not so much anymore.
If the oil companies feel the need to use water, the water should come from sewage treatment plants after it has been through your home, and before it is released into rivers, lakes, or oceans.
Even the largest frac job probably uses less fresh water than flushing toilets in Los Angeles during the first commercial break on an episode of Duck Dynasty. Oil reservoirs are usually very sensitive to the chemistry of water that is injected into them. Water isn't water; it is critical that the proper additives are in the frac water to prevent swelling clays, dissolution of salts, and a myriad of other chemical processes that could occur that would ruin a multi-hundred million dollar well of the wrong water is injected. I have been an engineer in the oil business for over 40 years and have been fracing wells for most of that time. I realize anyone who is associated and knowledgeable in an industry in Amerika is immediately, if not criminal, unqualified to comment on a topic associated with that business. That fact notwithstanding, go worry about something important like the volcanoes on the Jupiter moon Titan, or Algores myth of man-caused global warming, or Hussein's proposed budget that proposes the Feds spend 1/4 the gross national product. You and yours are pretty safe from a bad effect from fracing.
April 9, 2013 at 10:34am
Minivan aka “Loser Cruiser “
April 9, 2013 at 10:28am
Speaking as a Canadian that has finally seen the end of the long gun registry here, I can tell you that this will cost billions.
January 24, 2013 at 8:30pm
Flies are attracted to s**t. No surprise there.
January 12, 2013 at 9:04am
All his sponsers are going to sue him. He will end up with nothing, when they are done with him in court. He might have to get a real job to pay them back. Karma gets these dumb asses sooner or later.
That's a colossal myopic and ignorant view of the development of slavery in the new world. You should really pick up a few history books and do some reading. Then again, you could possibly just be making a joke.
Would everything have been different if cotton was black?
Slavery would have died a natural (economic) death by the 1880's with the widespread adoption of the steam tractor. As it was blacks were exploited into the 1960's because they sold their labor for less than what it cost to put gas in the tractor.