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  • #7003

    pastor of muppets
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    Per Yusufs request I have posted a video of MO weather. It is on youtube you can find it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTtfWiQswFc it is a quick short video of weather in our backyard. Those clouds are reffered to as scud clouds and are harmless they can quickly turn into funnel clouds/tornadoes but innocent little scud clouds never scared a SW MO boy. Enjoy.

    #57561

    yusuf
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    Nice backyard! Also, those clouds are soo low. . dont get to see something like that here .

    thank you

    #57562

    pastor of muppets
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    Here is a coyote in our backyard or close enough. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53iTv7xt82U

    #57563

    pastor of muppets
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    And here is the full scud cloud video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twZ3Oruv0qA enjoy. And if you look closely you will see the shop that we scorch in.

    #57564

    Irishbandit
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    @pastor of muppets wrote:

    Here is a coyote in our backyard or close enough. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53iTv7xt82U

    You have to love watching coyotes. I wish we lived in the country so I could hear them at night again.

    Cool weather vidoes as well.

    #57565

    pastor of muppets
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    Yeah they are nice…sometimes. Our first night here Ellie and I sat on the back porch listening to the coyotes (which we have hundreds of) and thinking wow this is nice. About an hour later I don’t remember if she started yelling first or if it was me but we were both yelling SHUT UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We have also had one sneak up to within 10 feet of the back porch in the dark while we were sitting out there and then throw his head back and HHHHHOOOOOWWWWLLLLLL! We both wet ourselves at that very moment.

    #57566

    PeanutsRevenge
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    @irishbandit wrote:

    @pastor of muppets wrote:

    Here is a coyote in our backyard or close enough. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53iTv7xt82U

    You have to love watching coyotes. I wish we lived in the country so I could hear them at night again.

    Cool weather vidoes as well.

    Personally, a dog in the garden doesn’t really bother me, unless it’s night time, then I’d wonder how he got out the kitchen.

    Come on people, it’s just a dog :s

    I would add, ‘Don’t give up ya day job Pom’ however, you’ve already done that. Thankfully not to become a camera man.
    A dog and clouds. Certainly not something us Brits are interested in :p

    #57567

    pastor of muppets
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    And a big .|.. to my favorite britt! It’s not a dog it’s a coyote those things are vicious…did you not see his horrible fangs? And I am an excellent camera man twas the fam that made me zoom in and out. If only it was my 30/30 I was looking down there wouldn’t have been so much shakeyness. They woke me up to film that stinking britt! OK it’s on! Publish something that you filmed after just waking up I had like 30 seconds prep time. I would prefer topless women but whatever you can come up with will work 🙂

    #57569

    PeanutsRevenge
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    “The name “coyote” is borrowed from Mexican Spanish, ultimately derived from the Nahuatl word cóyotl. Its scientific name, Canis latrans, means “barking dog.” “

    😈

    I can’t afford a camera and I know that I’m a geek, therefore what I find interesting is rarely of interest to the general population, espeically the kind of square eyed time wasters that play ‘video games’.

    :p

    #57570

    pastor of muppets
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    And that word came from the caveman phrase “cow out eh?” This is how the cavemen communicated that one of these horrible scary wild creatures were around. Which means one of these vicious creatures came in and killed and drug a cow out of the field that the cavemen fenced their cattle in. Come on man read your history books.

    #57568

    Irishbandit
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    Coyotes howling make me sleep better so I don’t think they would bother me. 😯 😯

    The really dangerous ferocious animal we need to be afraid of …. humans are not around when you hear the coyotes howling and yipping. Its when there is silence you need to watch out. 😉 😉

    #57571

    Deathbal
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    No, the real danger is…..Manbearpig. He is half man, half bear, and half pig. Very very dangerous.

    #57572

    Crispy Critter
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    NE Illinois weather can be a doozy, too. Here’s an example:

    http://crispycritter.cc/gallery/main.php?g2_itemId=1023

    I didn’t spend much time with the video clip – a few minutes after I shot that, the storm hit, and it was pretty damn scary. Yes, those were tornado warning sirens in the video clip… 😯

    This July, there was one where I wish I had had a camera handy – a very impressive wall cloud heading right up the road I was driving on. No tornadoes, but there was quite a drenching behind that wall!

    #57573

    xtc
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    @deathbal wrote:

    No, the real danger is…..Manbearpig. He is half man, half bear, and half pig. Very very dangerous.

    I always knew that all people could be divided into three categories: those who can count and those who can’t.

    #57574

    Acid22
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    I quite like being able to go for a walk with my hounds without being eaten by an animal or shot dead. Our deadliest snake is only armed with a ‘slight temper’.

    When I visited the States I was constantly in fear of the ‘Black Funnel Webbed Sabre Toothed Spiderbear’ that can kill you just by looking at you. I think they live in the middle of tornado’s & particularly like to eat shopkeepers 😉

    Please note: I have not edited the above statement for the truth =P~

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