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Miami Chupacabra?

GMontag (42283) writes | more than 7 years ago

User Journal 3

So, just after I woke up from another day of not sleeping enough, the Discovery channel was playing a show about chupacabras, featuring the Miami sighting from around 1995.

Most all of the attacks can be attributed to dogs gone wild. On a related note, see the previous post on Del Boca Vista . . .

So, just after I woke up from another day of not sleeping enough, the Discovery channel was playing a show about chupacabras, featuring the Miami sighting from around 1995.

Most all of the attacks can be attributed to dogs gone wild. On a related note, see the previous post on Del Boca Vista . . .

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Goat suckers? (1)

TechnoLust (528463) | more than 7 years ago | (#17771288)

I've had tequila suckers, but I don't know that I want a goat sucker...

Re:Goat suckers? (1)

GMontag (42283) | more than 7 years ago | (#17780376)

Hey, silly, I made a Seinfeld ref. in another JE just for you and now you are commenting here. Jeesh!

Re:Goat suckers? (1)

TechnoLust (528463) | more than 7 years ago | (#17787694)

I read the other JE, I just couldn't think of anything clever to say. :-)
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