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RE: And - another map...

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Posted by: DMong at Sat Jul 28 18:52:18 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DMong ]  
   

Yeah, the tree is definitely many feet in front of the building. Yes, it was the same effect with that huge so-called "15 foot" Rattlesnake srory too...

I am always truly amazed at just how stupid people can actually be.

Here where just two "brilliant" comments made on a car forum after someone posted it there. I'm betting these two probably don't even know where to pump the gasoline into their car...

1) "The eaves (bottom of the shingles) on the garage are eight feet off the ground. That tree is going to measure approximately 8-10" across. Given the standard in construction in terms of eaves height that snake is an easy 13-15' long, and approximately 6-8" inches across"

2) "Looks like a big ol snake to me. Compare the length/size of the snake to the broom/rake handle leaned up against the shed right behind it. It would take some pretty careful trick photography to make a four foot snake look that big"


HAHAHA!!!!......please!!!.
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