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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

News alert


A large mound was seen on a small farm in rural Yamhill County. Spotted by a weather doplar device, it is unclear what the mound is. Part beast, part earth mass, it did not appear to be moving, much. While it does not appear to be dangerous, citizens are asked to drive slowly in the area, in case the creature/form grows or decides to make a sudden movement.

4 comments:

Claire said...

Further investigation indicates possible egg masses in the upper right hand corner of the evidentiary photograph of the mound. It is possible that these will erupt into further mounds. Citizens in the area are advised to stay in their homes and watch for errant mounds. Do not panic.

coloredsock said...

you nut. or should i say, you butt. hee.

Apifera Farm said...

We are on orange alert, or is green, or blue. Wait, it's brown for poop and mud mixed.

Pat said...

Looks like a Camel to me!

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