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    Walking sock factory

    A wandering five or six year old merino ram hauling around eighty nine pounds (about thirty sweaters) of wool before it's first shear. They named him Chris, but I would have named him Sox.
    Talk about carrying a load.

    http://6abc.com/news/lost-australian...fleece/971242/


    What would you name him???

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    #2
    What cowboy shore that poor baby?

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      #3
      Im not the worlds greatest Shearer but WTF were they using, a weed whacker ?
      What a shit job

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        #4
        That poor baby. I use merino wool for my socks. I never knew I was using blood yarn
        Tuesday is soylent green day

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          #5
          When I saw the pics, I wished I was able to help. The shearer really tore him up.
          No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it. -Einstein

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            #6
            10 characters
            Last edited by Sock; 01-04-2016, 05:03 PM.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Sock View Post

              I would name him a giant tampon for Mel.

              That's so fucked up............







              I laughed
              Tuesday is soylent green day

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                #8
                Originally posted by Gonemad View Post
                Im not the worlds greatest Shearer but WTF were they using, a weed whacker ?
                What a shit job
                The dumb ass should have stood still then.
                Bigger the Government, the smaller the Citizen.

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                  #9
                  to be honest I suspect that colouration is under the skin, bruising from the long wool. and/or it would be very hard to shear him. But you'd think they'd do pruning cuts - you know, hack off the outer layer, to lighten the load, and then go in for a closer shave.

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