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    My two labs and I will be more than willing to help capture and study the fat, lazy park ducks in town. Two willing labs, a dipnet, and some bread and I bet we could out-capture the biologist. haha Of course a couple of those birds may be in no condition to return and may need to be invited home for dinner.

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    Popcorn and Everclear and that's all I'm saying on this topic.

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    I gladly blast a few of them if they needed to thin the numbers a bit.
    Makin fur fins and feathers fly.

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    Popcorn an everclear.. Hmmm
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    Bread and vodka is good for them too... Ducks are onry drunks...... So I've been told

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    Tony, you could sic the new pup on them!
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    I love the idea but not sure the old ladies feeding them would appreciate me using them as training tools...

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    Trot line baited with green giant niblets........problem solved.

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    Starting to sound like "Fishin for chickens"

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