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Kentucky Colonel

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PostSubject: Its Raining Iguanas    Its Raining Iguanas  EmptyJanuary 5th 2018, 9:59 am

Literally. 

The cold snap which has recorded freezing temps as far south as my home in Orlando has caused a bizarre phenomena. Frozen iguanas are dropping from trees. 

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These are not the only freezing temps I've seen here, but it is notable. Iguanas must have traveled north since the last time as I do not remember such stories before.

Florida is a bizarre state. Its ruled by a giant mouse, its cows live in the sea, and it rains iguanas.

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PostSubject: Re: Its Raining Iguanas    Its Raining Iguanas  EmptyJanuary 5th 2018, 10:11 am

Looks like the iquanas went a little too far north.   

i hope the cold snap here kills some of the fire ants.
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PostSubject: Re: Its Raining Iguanas    Its Raining Iguanas  EmptyJanuary 5th 2018, 12:10 pm

Falcon need to fight fire with fire. Some diesel fuel and a match for those ants

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PostSubject: Re: Its Raining Iguanas    Its Raining Iguanas  EmptyJanuary 5th 2018, 12:41 pm

There aren't any iguanas by me because it's been 26 deg. the last two mornings.  pale

(The iguanas aren't dead just rendered immobile by the cold. Sea turtles are having problems with it too. They are just floating at the surface and rescuers are netting them and putting them in indoor tanks until the water warms up.)

The cold down south may kill off a bunch of pythons, however, and that's a good thing.

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PostSubject: Re: Its Raining Iguanas    Its Raining Iguanas  EmptyJanuary 5th 2018, 12:43 pm

@BigAl52 wrote:
Falcon need to fight fire with fire. Some diesel fuel and a match for those ants

I've found that pissing on a fire ant hill several times gets them to move somewhere else. It must be the ammonia.  scratch

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