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    Good thing he didn't end up like the Toronto racoon. RiP in peace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by treedom View Post
    Good thing he didn't end up like the Toronto racoon. RiP in peace.
    #DeadRaccoonTO #NeverForget #RIP

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    I hope you've found peace in that Great Big Garbage Can in the Sky, #DeadRaccoonTO.

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    Or pizza is an even better find if you're a raccoon.

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    A cow-orker told me that he had a raccoon give birth in his garbage can. As much as I'm sure that a pizza is a very welcome sight for a raccoon, the garbage can is on another level. You see, in raccoon culture the garbage can represents the womb and creation as well as a source of endless bounty which sustains them even when the trees are bare of all but their bark and the ground is covered in the icy wet. The garbage can is central to our understanding of raccoons and what drives them. Its significance should not be underestimated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by treedom View Post
    A cow-orker told me that he had a raccoon give birth in his garbage can. As much as I'm sure that a pizza is a very welcome sight for a raccoon, the garbage can is on another level. You see, in raccoon culture the garbage can represents the womb and creation as well as a source of endless bounty which sustains them even when the trees are bare of all but their bark and the ground is covered in the icy wet. The garbage can is central to our understanding of raccoons and what drives them. Its significance should not be underestimated.
    But how do raccoons feel about wadded up kleenex in there?

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    Solidly "for" is my guess.
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    I'm still perplexed by this whole raccoon death cult thing in Canada. Maybe we should build a wall! Very tall and smooth so the Canadian death cultists can't scale them. Although they might try using catapults then.

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    Canadian law strictly regulates raccoon catapult operation. There are permits involved and it takes days to get one. Shouldn't be an issue.
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