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    « WTFriday: All The Bad News That's Fit To Print | Main | Happy Independence Day! »

    Saturday, July 03, 2010

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    Carolyn

    Apparently I know quite a bit about crap. I only got 2 wrong!

    gayle

    I'm going to take comfort in the fact that I know less about crap than I would have thought...

    Susan B

    Don't know if you read the comics page, but a character in today's Pickles strip can sympathize with you!

    CindyCindy

    It seems I know less than I thought about bird droppings. And, you know? That's ok;-D

    Vicki

    I'm stuck in the middle with you! I've been pooped on twice -- once in my hair -- not seagulls -- but does it really matter what type of bird shit is on you???

    I answered half correctly. Poop.

    marianne

    well, I got 6 correct.. not necessarily proud though :^) after all, it's just a buncha crap, eh?

    Sunnyknitter

    6 here too. I know more about crap than I thought I did.

    Mary K. in Rockport

    Only 50% right!

    carol

    2 years ago on this date, we were in Peru specifically on a boat tour of Ballestas Island, (sp?) where tons of the stuff is collected each season; there are guards on the top each of the islands to prevent guana rustling. It was quite a fragrant trip. We also saw blue footed boobies, among many other species. Apparently, I wasn't a good listener, as i got only 7 of the questions right

    Elizabeth

    i guessed every question and got two wrong.

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