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IMPORTANT MOOSE UPDATE!

~Hit the music from Unsolved Mysteries~

THIS JUST IN! Late breaking news reports that Mr. Moose has escaped and found his way back from captivity. Those closest to the seen report that no ransom was paid and that Mr. Moose appeared to be in good condition. Reporters were able to get close enough to the scene to obtain photos of Mr. Moose as he was being whisked away to safety in an undisclosed location.








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Comments

  1. Anonymous7:41 PM

    I am so relieved to hear this news! I do hope Mr. Moose is not too badly traumatized by his little adventure.

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  2. What a relief! And no one had to make pine bark.

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  3. Take that moose and run, run, as fast as you can!

    I still say Mr. Moose needs to get some ping pongs and take care of the napper.

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  4. Oh I am so glad the Mr. Moose is ok. When will he be available for questioning? I know a great lawyer, he handled the "whole chachi situation", if you know what I mean.

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  5. I say Mr. Moose should sue the perps for mental pain and suffering. I'll represent him pro bono!

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  6. Anonymous6:39 AM

    What is society coming to? My goodness, there are Moose nappers everywhere. Someone needs to call in the Elks!

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  7. Anonymous7:56 AM

    Yes. I definitely think a civil suit should be in the works VERY soon. Get the right lawyer and he could even end up able to afford a personal body guard. Unless he ends up having to go into the witness protection program...

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  8. Rev Dave8:27 AM

    I'm sure it was a case of moose-taken identity.

    Ala Star Wars: "This isn't the moose you're looking for."

    "That's not the moose we're looking for."

    I don't know whether to confess here-but I will-that I'm waiting for some moose meat (really) from a parishioner who filled his freezer with one this year. There will be no moose steaking it if he accidently gives me elk.

    Ah, life in the high country, where oxygen to my brian is sadly reduced. Maybe I should enter the witless protection program.

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  9. Rev Dave - you can totally crash your witness protected self at my house if you bring us some moose jerky.

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  10. Oh, I can sleep tonight, knowing he is safe and sound. Thank goodness!

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  11. Anonymous1:59 PM

    So, um, let's see if I follow. Your co-workers hijacked your moose?! And then you -- or one of your super-secret agents -- moose-napped him back?! What kinda crazy-kid-Scooby-Doo-hijinks office do you work in, lady? :)

    Huh. I have been craving a Christmas gnome for my front yard, but maybe this is a cautionary tale to indicate I must not put poor, defenseless, colorfully craft-painted creatures out for public display until I can provide ample security. And perhaps a surveillance camera. :)

    --Ginger at http://www.walkhumbly.blogspot.com
    (Damn blogger won't let me log in right now, so I hafta be anon. or lose my comments.)

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