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Old 09-05-2008, 07:47 PM   #1
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This could be a tight fit

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Rather amazing pic. New home or going after a tasty morsel?
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Pretty cool how they can fit in spots you would think impossible to get into.
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how'd you teach ur Linkia to flip me off!?!?!? JK, great pic made me laugh....
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That is an awesome picture!
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how'd you teach ur Linkia to flip me off!?!?!? JK, great pic made me laugh....
LOL, I took another look at the pciture, and you're right!
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Jeeze Louise! That's crazy! And that you were able to catch him like that is absolutely amazing.
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