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OK lets name old Moosy

Johannes de Jong
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My suggestion : "Old One-Eye"
Ray Marsh
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How do you say...
"Moose with a fly up his nose" in Hindi?
Nah, that will probably be too long.


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Frank Carver
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"Eureka", because he's One Eyed Deer


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Johannes de Jong
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Frank pse some people around these parts, dont take kindly to calling a moose a deer
eureka <-> one-eye. I miss the connection
Frank Carver
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You have to speak the phrase "One Eyed Deer", hear what it sounds like, and think of old Archimedes in his bathtub.
Oh, never mind.
Angela Poynton
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Frank it seems British humour is lost on these folks .. I got it


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Richard Boren
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How about Mickey.
Nigel Browne
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What do you call a blind deer ?
No eyed Deer.
What do you call a one eyed moose head trophy with a fly up its nose?
No idea
Dave Vick
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alces


Dave
Johannes de Jong
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What do you mean never mind. Frank I'll get old John to say it too me tommorow. Nice british accent
By the way what do you and Angela think of your minister that clobbered the guy that threw him with the egg. I loved it
[This message has been edited by Johannes de Jong (edited May 17, 2001).]
Art Metzer
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What about Irvng (since he's missing an e-y-e)?
Oh, well, Eye treye'ed.
Art
Paul Ralph
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Combining Richard and Art's suggestions you can get kind of an Irish name: McKey
Seriously, I would prefer to leave him unnamed. I dunno why: maybe I just like the anonymity of it.
Paul R
Joel Cochran
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Cyclops
BTW...it looks liked Bullwinkle winked too many times
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Wait a minute, I'm trying to think of something clever to say...<p>Joel
Cindy Glass
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Brenda (figure it out).


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Johannes de Jong
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You mean Paul is married to it ???
Cindy Glass
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Perhaps it's a family photo?
Well I have seen no other proof that she exists except for various offspring, so . . . . . . .
Johannes de Jong
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Wonder I anybody was ever fired from his/her Bartender job
Rafome Rakahanga
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Somebody has to be the first
Pauline McNamara
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Originally posted by Frank Carver:
You have to speak the phrase "One Eyed Deer", hear what it sounds like, ...

I got it, Frank. Works if you use a Boston accent, too.

Johannes de Jong
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Gee how could I have been that stupid .
Ray Marsh
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Originally posted by Johannes de Jong:
Gee how could I have been that stupid .

It's easy when you apply yourself to it. I still haven't figured it out. And that "Brenda" thing? Definitely a girl thing, not intended for guys to understand.
Johannes de Jong
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Paul Wheaton's wife is called Brenda
Cindy Glass
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Johannes, you are supposed to make them guess!
Well, I think that it LOOKS like a Brenda.
 
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