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Lizard Ready for Prime Time TV

Posted by Pete | Posted in News | Posted on 15-03-2013

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You remember me telling you about the Sand Dune Lizard down in SE New Mexico and Far West Texas being on the endangered list. I also told you an agreement between the oil exploration and production companies had been reached. According to todays, March 15, 2013 Albuquerque Journal, agreements signed by those parties are confidential, even from the federal government. Nobody knows what is in them ….I guess that means the Sheriff’s Dept, the FBI,  The Texas Rangers and probably even the Border Patrol, do not know what is in them. So they really don’t know if the little fellow will be protected or not……. Here is the solution as I see it. We have this little fellow with this weird accent on tv every night. Our Sand Dune lizard has a West Texas Drawl, but we can understand him, so lets put him on tv. He will probably say, “Well, tonight I’m a coming to you from Odessa, Texas, folks and we have a real deal for you if you will call in early. Two policies for the price of one, if you live in Texas and have a gun rack in your pick up……What, you don’t have a pick up….Boy, you better get back on up yonder to New York City then…We can’t guarantee you protection if you ain’t got no 30 – 30 in your gun rack.”….Ok, ok, that is a little bit much….But it’s at least has to be a .22 automatic….And yeah, that seems a little small…

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Oh! The beauty of this website! I’ve seen the Geico with an Australian accent. I’ve heard him with a Mexican accent. I’ve heard him with a Yankee accent. Now, they want him in West Texas doing a redneck Texas drawl protecting the innocent with a pickup and a gun. This lizard really gets around. Perhaps the Sand Dune Lizard will learn from his distant cousin that everyone must adapt to survive. This will cause him to get out of his sand dunes where he has existed for centuries and join the outside world. The Sand Dune Lizard might become extinct, but the world will be populated with millions of Geicos speaking languages and accents that the entire world can understand. On second thought, there may be just more weird looking little fellows on prime time TV with funny sounding accents speaking nonsense for good people to turn off while their cousin is balling because “I have a flat tire). Yep! A .22 automatic is a bit small when one is facing a really bad guy with a 30 – 30 in spite of the sayings of “Nonsense Joe.”

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