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ted french
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That's what hat tears look like in Asia.
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Not all that strange. The panda is considered a national treasure and symbol in China.

Im sure it goes over really well there.
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Looks like a great way to pick up the ladies. ("Wait... come back!")
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For the USA, we could use - instead of Pandas...

- Michael Jackson

- Elvis

- Obama

- Jack Nicholson

- Simon Cowell

And on, and on...!

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My ex-cat was named "Muffin". "Vomit" would be a better name for her. AKA "The Evil Ball of Fur".
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Whoa whoa... This is my solution to being an instant bank robber.
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ted french
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Chessman the MJ paper tear would be hilarious.
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That is the most terrifying looking panda mask I have ever seen.

Thanks for the nightmares, Ted Smile
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On 2011-03-27 21:21, Cyberqat wrote:
Not all that strange. The panda is considered a national treasure and symbol in China.

Im sure it goes over really well there.


Interest in pandas is hardly unique to China. Here in Washington, DC where the most popular exhibit in the National Zoo (which is part of the Smithsonian Museum) is the panda exhibit. They have successfully bred giant pandas there and every time they are successful the "panda watch" becomes a local obsession. The same is probably true at other zoos where panda breeding is taking place.
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It has nothing to do with the fact that its a panda but everything to do with the fact that its very scary. I want one to play practical jokes on my girlfriend.
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On 2011-03-28 07:42, Dick Christian wrote:
Here in Washington, DC where the most popular exhibit in the National Zoo (which is part of the Smithsonian Museum) is the panda exhibit. They have successfully bred giant pandas there and every time they are successful the "panda watch" becomes a local obsession.


That's right. Remember "Butterstick"?
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