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Final Results for 10 Questions on Random Factor



10 Questions on Random Factor

Josiejump, amalia, doczane and shaunt
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Sun 1 Sep 13 #2 
doczane
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Just a warm up for the Kevvie

We've waited too long to reclaim our crown so load up + come out with all guns blazing - Go Army




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Mon 2 Sep 13 #3 
shaunt
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I'm ready Doc!  Bring 'em on and UP THE ARMY!!




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Mon 2 Sep 13 #4 
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Final results:

Rank NameScore
1amalia   2170
2shaunt   2055
3Josiejump   Trust me, I'm a professional!1923
4doczane   1538



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Mon 2 Sep 13 #5 
Josiejump
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I've had a refreshing weekend away badger watching in the Lake District.  We didn't actually go to watch badgers, but the lodge we were staying in seemed to attract the critters from far and wide.  I've never actually seen one in real life before so I was very impressed!  Now, it's down to the serious business of taking down the opposition slowly but surely and taking a Kevvie Crown for ourselves!  :o




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Mon 2 Sep 13 #6 
doczane
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You should have got some practice in whilst there JJ - I'm not sure what the bounty is for a TB'd badger these days.

 




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Wed 4 Sep 13 #7 
Josiejump
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My friends assured me that these badgers were 100% TB free.  I don't think they knew how to do the official testing, it was more of a judging them by how cute they were so they couldn't possibly be poorly sick.




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Wed 4 Sep 13 #8 
doczane
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LOL ...

it's a terrible dilemma - I hate the thought of culling - cute looking or not but the effect on cattle is terrible - there must be another way to protect both species. Glad you managed to see them in their natural enviroment.




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Thu 5 Sep 13 #9 
Josiejump
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I'm sure they'll find a way in the not too distant future.  It's not like we haven't got a vaccine for TB, it's just a question finding a way to inoculate every single badger in the UK.  How difficult can that be?!  Now, I've solved that little problem is there anything else that needs sorting?  ;-p




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Thu 5 Sep 13 #10 
doczane
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how about a cross between culling and vaccinating - shooting them but using little hypodermic darts with vaccine in them ... Hmm Dragon's Den here I come




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Fri 6 Sep 13 #11 
Josiejump
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That's a beautiful bittersweet way to go about things, Doc.  Although, in the words of Duncan Bannatyne, "Ahm oot!" ;-)




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Fri 6 Sep 13 #12 
doczane
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Ah I was always an oxymoron type of guy .. of course everyone used to shorten it...

Actually I'm thinking a little deeper into it - I could get all those folks who do paintball and charge them for the little hypos .. of course some badgers may get innocculated twice or more but would that make a difference? Plus if a shot or two goes astray they may hit a cow which again would help ...wouldn't it?




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