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    Canadian Geese dont take crap from no one

    here is a funny one,

    Swedish hunter knocked unconscious by Canada goose after his son shot it dead 05/10/2005 2:08:00 PM

    STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) - A Swedish hunter spent two days in bed after being knocked unconscious by a Canada goose that landed on his head moments after his son shot it dead, news reports said Wednesday.


    The goose had been flying about 20 metres up in the air when it was shot by Carl Johan Ilback, who was hunting with his father, Ulf, along a stream in eastern Sweden in August.

    When the goose dropped from the sky, it hit Ulf Ilback in the head and knocked him out, he said.

    "It wanted to extract its revenge, I assume," Ulf Ilback told local newspaper Extra Ostergotland. "If it had gotten a better hit, it could have broken my neck."

    Ilback spent two days in bed with severe headaches before returning to work.

    "The story brought about a lot of laughter at work," he was quoted as saying, adding that during this month's moose hunt, he may wear a helmet.

    So this means DONT MESS WITH ANYTHING CANADIAN

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    Too funny!
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    Why is it called "cargo" when it goes by ship, and "shipment" when it goes by car?

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    love it !
    Canada goose are heavy, i took a few down last year.. and having to carry them a few clicks from the shore to the cottage was some work, at 20-25lbs each 2 per arm...
    20lbs from 20m high must pack a punch.. he he he.

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    Yeah....its to funny,
    I am waiting to see the next news flash American fisherman attacked by a Northern Pike.
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    LOL cute Pretty sight a flock of those geese, especially when returning home and the honking too.
    Canons shooting coconut creme
    40 guns in a steady stream. :coolmad:

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    Here's a quick trivia question about these guys...

    Have you ever noticed when their flying in a V formation, there is always one side of the V that's longer..., do you know why?????

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    They're tough buggers. The force of their wings is very hard.

    I believe the shortside of the V is breaking a crosswind for the long side, they rotate around the V to conserve energy
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    Nope, because there's more birds on that side... oof:

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    You got me because I was seriously thinking 'ya why?'
    I used to live up north and saw flocks and flocks of geese going south and coming back and yes one of the lines is always longer lol. Someone kick Toutouche in the shin please.
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    Well, if he is nearby, you are close enough to kick him yourself.

    If he is in South Florida, Wilma might be kicking him for you.
    Sarchasm: The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn't get it.

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