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Somewhere in Texas #8244627 04/21/21 06:15 PM
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We did that with a cat int Texas and left outside a bar. Freaking hillarious.


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Re: Somewhere in Texas [Re: John2] #8245003 04/22/21 12:37 AM
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Not a suitcase, but a rather large metal trash can at work. They have been known to hold Opossums, Raccoons, Armadillos, a Person and even a couple of Diamond Back Rattle Snakes. I was never involved with the wild animals, but I have often been the person in the trash can. And before you ask, I was young, 5'5" and weighed 130#'s and was very flexible 40+ years ago.

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Originally Posted by Old Rabbit
Not a suitcase, but a rather large metal trash can at work. They have been known to hold Opossums, Raccoons, Armadillos, a Person and even a couple of Diamond Back Rattle Snakes. I was never involved with the wild animals, but I have often been the person in the trash can. And before you ask, I was young, 5'5" and weighed 130#'s and was very flexible 40+ years ago.


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Re: Somewhere in Texas [Re: texasag93] #8246969 04/23/21 11:34 PM
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Not a suitcase, but a rather large metal trash can at work. They have been known to hold Opossums, Raccoons, Armadillos, a Person and even a couple of Diamond Back Rattle Snakes. I was never involved with the wild animals, but I have often been the person in the trash can. And before you ask, I was young, 5'5" and weighed 130#'s and was very flexible 40+ years ago.


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You have to be very quick. I hid inside a compressor cylinder container, they had a guy take the bolts out and open the lid. I jumped up and scared him pretty bad. He swung the lid back closed just as I was dropping back down inside. After it was all over, he came up behind me and I received 5 gallons of ice water down my back. It was well deserved and we have been great friends ever since. Hope you are doing well Odell.

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Re: Somewhere in Texas [Re: John2] #8257852 05/05/21 07:09 PM
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A buddy that caught a bobcat in a snare.
Got him in a suitcase and set it beside the road one afternoon.
I wish we'd had a video camera.

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