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Paolo Diavolo

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Martinez, California, US

5 months ago there was a dead possum outside my house.
It was a raining night, I had drank a few beers and posted a thread about it.

After a brief discussion I ended up burying it, in hopes of harvesting some cool bones later. Sounded like an especially great idea while drunk.

So, you guys think its been buried long enough to just be bones?

Link to original thread:
http://www.modelmayhem.com/po.php?thread_id=867769

Apr 22 13 07:19 pm Link

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SPierce Photography

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Amherst, Massachusetts, US

Not yet- give it another few months I think.

Apr 23 13 06:14 am Link

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Eye of Sicari

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Toledo, Ohio, US

go dig it up and let me know. That way I'll know if I should dig up my pig skull.

Apr 23 13 07:07 am Link

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ArtisticPhotography

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Buffalo, New York, US

There are other ways to do it, young Padawan.

Here's one way. It's a bit gross, so 18+ kind of  http://www.skulltaxidermy.com/kits.html

Apr 23 13 07:22 am Link

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Paolo Diavolo

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Martinez, California, US

Eye of Sicari wrote:
go dig it up and let me know. That way I'll know if I should dig up my pig skull.

theres probably more meat on a pig skull!
there wasnt much left of the little possum when i buried it.

Apr 23 13 03:14 pm Link

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Paolo Diavolo

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Martinez, California, US

SPierce Photography wrote:
Not yet- give it another few months I think.

aww but my birthday is this weekend!
i wanted it for my bday.
maybe i'll wait until the 4th of July.

Apr 23 13 03:15 pm Link

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Laura UnBound

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

what kind of weather have you been having since then?

Apr 23 13 03:24 pm Link

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Paolo Diavolo

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Martinez, California, US

Laura UnBound wrote:
what kind of weather have you been having since then?

Um, well it rained some, because it was winter, and then its been sunny.
California doesn't really have "weather."

Apr 23 13 06:06 pm Link

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Eye of Sicari

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Toledo, Ohio, US

Paolo Diavolo wrote:

theres probably more meat on a pig skull!
there wasnt much left of the little possum when i buried it.

I got it from a butcher so it was kind of cleaned.

Apr 24 13 01:17 pm Link

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Paolo Diavolo

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Martinez, California, US

Eye of Sicari wrote:

I got it from a butcher so it was kind of cleaned.

I ate the rest of your pig.

Apr 24 13 01:53 pm Link

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Laura UnBound

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Paolo Diavolo wrote:

Um, well it rained some, because it was winter, and then its been sunny.
California doesn't really have "weather."

I know, thats why I asked tongue

Weather changes makes shit rot.

Do you have a yard you can have a small fire in? Or do you have a camp stove?

Apr 24 13 01:58 pm Link

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Eye of Sicari

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Toledo, Ohio, US

Laura UnBound wrote:

I know, thats why I asked tongue

Weather changes makes shit rot.

Do you have a yard you can have a small fire in? Or do you have a camp stove?

I wouldn't cook it!

Apr 24 13 01:59 pm Link

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Paolo Diavolo

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Martinez, California, US

Laura UnBound wrote:

I know, thats why I asked tongue

Weather changes makes shit rot.

Do you have a yard you can have a small fire in? Or do you have a camp stove?

i actually have a ton of property!
did you want to come over for a bonfire?

Apr 25 13 01:41 pm Link

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Laura UnBound

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Eye of Sicari wrote:

I wouldn't cook it!

why not? he could boil any remaining shit off the bones.

Apr 25 13 02:29 pm Link

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Eye of Sicari

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Toledo, Ohio, US

Laura UnBound wrote:

why not? he could boil any remaining shit off the bones.

It doesn't work as well as you might think, which is why I now have a pig head buried in the yard

Apr 25 13 07:20 pm Link