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Anyone know when the horseshoes went away from the sarcophagus on the bottom right? (above the pile of bones.)

 

Didn't notice until you mentioned it. No way to tell if that means anything though.

 

Also, we've officially shattered yesterday: $72K and rising, nearly 400 new backers.

 

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I have a couple trees in the yard and I can eat the bark

Life's a birch.

You can be such a smart-ash. Am I really going here?

Now I can see why you two are so poplar around here...

It's because they're always aspen for trouble...

 

Come on now, if we keep this up we'll gum up the works...

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I have a couple trees in the yard and I can eat the bark

Life's a birch.

You can be such a smart-ash. Am I really going here?

Now I can see why you two are so poplar around here...

It's because they're always aspen for trouble...

 

Come on now, if we keep this up we'll gum up the works...

 

Boo! Hiss! That's a bad oak!

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I have a couple trees in the yard and I can eat the bark

Life's a birch.

You can be such a smart-ash. Am I really going here?

Now I can see why you two are so poplar around here...

It's because they're always aspen for trouble...

 

Come on now, if we keep this up we'll gum up the works...

 

Boo! Hiss! That's a bad oak!

it was a little pine - ful

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I have a couple trees in the yard and I can eat the bark

Life's a birch.

You can be such a smart-ash. Am I really going here?

Now I can see why you two are so poplar around here...

It's because they're always aspen for trouble...

 

Come on now, if we keep this up we'll gum up the works...

 

Boo! Hiss! That's a bad oak!

it was a little pine - ful

 

I'll have to try fir a better one next time.

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I have a couple trees in the yard and I can eat the bark

Life's a birch.

You can be such a smart-ash. Am I really going here?

Now I can see why you two are so poplar around here...

It's because they're always aspen for trouble...

 

Come on now, if we keep this up we'll gum up the works...

Boo! Hiss! That's a bad oak!

it was a little pine - ful

I'll have to try fir a better one next time.

Aaarghh.. I can't cedar Bones news for all the tree puns!

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I have a couple trees in the yard and I can eat the bark

Life's a birch.

You can be such a smart-ash. Am I really going here?

Now I can see why you two are so poplar around here...

It's because they're always aspen for trouble...

 

Come on now, if we keep this up we'll gum up the works...

Boo! Hiss! That's a bad oak!

it was a little pine - ful

I'll have to try fir a better one next time.

Aaarghh.. I can't cedar Bones news for all the tree puns!

t'd be more bearable if you guys wood cut that out.

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I have a couple trees in the yard and I can eat the bark

Life's a birch.

You can be such a smart-ash. Am I really going here?

Now I can see why you two are so poplar around here...

It's because they're always aspen for trouble...

 

Come on now, if we keep this up we'll gum up the works...

Boo! Hiss! That's a bad oak!

it was a little pine - ful

I'll have to try fir a better one next time.

Aaarghh.. I can't cedar Bones news for all the tree puns!

 

Ain't that a beech...

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