Ohio sues Punxatawney Phil

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    mikkismom Active Member

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    scorekeeper New Member

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    from article:

    MISREPRESENTATION OF EARLY SPRING
    On or about February 02,2013, at Gobbler's Knob, Punxsutawney Phil did purposely, and with
    prior calculation and design, cause the people to believe that Spring would come early.
    Contrary to the Groundhog day report, a snowstorm and record lowtemperatures have been
    and are predicted to continue in the near future, which constitutes the offense of
    MISREPRESENTATION OF EARLY SPRING, a Unclassified Felony, and against the peace
    and dignity of the State Of Ohio.
    SPECIFICATION: The people further find and specify that due to the aggravating circumstances
    and misrepresentation to the people that the death penalty be implemenied to thL defendant,
    Punxsutawney Phil.
    PRosEcmNc ATToRNEY, BLTLER CoUN-rv, Ouro
    P,O. Box 515, HAMrLroN, OH 45012-OSls
    PROSECUTING

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    I so agree!! It's only 27 degrees in my neck of the woods......brrrrrrrrr

    :floorlaugh::floorlaugh:
     
  4. mikkismom

    mikkismom Active Member

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    I yelled at the snow this morning. IT'S SPRING! :floorlaugh:
     
  5. Krisy

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    LOL, I want in on this!

    I need some warm weather!!
     
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    Pensfan Former Member

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    Oh noooooo.

    Save Punxsutawney Phil! He doesn't remember making that early Spring forecast. He was afflicted with transient global amnesia and dissociative amnesia on Feb. 2, 2013.
     
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    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    I understand (and share) the DA's frustration.

    I hope Pa will respond to this.
     
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    The state police have placed Punxsutawney Phil in protective custody.
     
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    CatMama3 New Member

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    In Phil's defense, if you were a self-respecting groundhog who was yanked out of a comfy, warm hibernation hole by a drunk guy in a tuxedo and held up by the scruff in front of a gazillion bright lights and loud voices, you'd tell those human loonies whatever they wanted to hear so you get some more shut-eye too.
     
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    Actually Phil lives in the window of the Punxsutawney library. His enclosure is spacious and made of glass. You can see everything he is doing and snoop on him (or at least it was the last time I went through Punxsutawney).

    Your dang right about drunks at the Groundhog's Day celebration in Punxsutawney. lol In the last few years, Punxsutawney has tried to decrease the number of celebrants (all drinking) that attend.
     
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    athy Active Member

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    it wasn't him, it was a ninja groundhog!!! he's been framed!
     
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    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, this is what Ohio needs to be concerned about just now...JMO.
     

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