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    Huge fossilized rainforest found in coal mine

    http://environment.newscientist.com/article/dn11691-huge-fossilised-rainforest-found-in-coal-mine
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    May 6, 2007

    I would just like to inform everyone that at three minutes and four seconds after 2 AM on the 6th of May this year, the time and date will be: 02:03:04:05/06/07. This will not happen again in our lifetimes.
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    Try This all you educated travelers

    Go to google.com. Click on Maps. Click on Get Directions. From: New York, New York. To: Paris, France. Then, read line #23.
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    How many of these do you have Moosie?

    When I saw this, for some reason the name Moosie popped into my head. http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/warfare/8bc4/
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    The Irack

    For all the Bush haters this should amuse you a little. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-KWYYIY4jQ
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    Hello everyone

    I have been away from the site for quite some time now. I was coming here everyday to to keep up on things and reading and then got busy and didn't even have time to stop by at all. It has been a very good winter for us even though we did not have a lot of snow and have been very busy with...
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    Leasing halted in Wyo Range

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    Lease sale proceeds

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    What would you do if you saw a kidnapping?

    This is pretty pathetic!!!!!!!!!!!! http://video.msn.com/v/us/msnbc.htm?g=214b96c4-272d-46c7-aba4-158d5355df71&f=00
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    UAE Firm to Sell U.S. Ports to Wal-Mart

    (2006-03-14) — Dubai Ports World, the Arab state-owned firm that recently bought control of six major American sea ports, today gave in to pressure from Congress and agreed to sell its U.S. operations to Arkansas-based Wal-Mart Stores. The giant retailer’s CEO, Lee Scott, immediately addressed...
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    Elk count at 11,008

    Wapiti count at 11,008 Harsh winter makes for prime conditions for elk census. By Rebecca Huntington Wyoming Game and Fish Department biologists and others counted 11,008 elk in the Jackson Herd, observing most of the animals concentrated on feed grounds and in willow bottoms due...
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    Train

    A man walks into his local pub with a big grin on his face. "What are you so happy about?" asks the barman. "Well, I'll tell you," replies the man. "You know I live by the railway. Well, on my way home last night, I noticed a young woman tied to the tracks, like in the movies. I, of course...
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    Concealed weapons bill clears House

    CHEYENNE -- The House on Friday approved a bill that would allow citizens to carry concealed handguns without state permits. The House approved the bill by a vote of 37-23. It now goes to the Senate. Supporters said the bill recognizes the constitutional right of Wyoming citizens to...
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    Keeping in time with the Beatles

    Turn up your volume. This guy is amazing! Click the link: http://marketplace.espeakers.com/mov...5290&aid=10558
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    Take a tour of the Jonah

    JonahWorld next draw By Angus M. Thuermer Jr. Jackson Hole Daily Residents of Jackson Hole have long criticized oil and gas wells proposed in the area, saying no tourist would come to Teton County to see one. But the BLM doesn’t quite see it that way, according to the Wilderness Society...
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    Clash drives Refuge feeding

    Tractors began doling out pellets Monday to keep elk out of trouble. By Rebecca Huntington The National Elk Refuge started feeding elk Monday to respond to complaints of damage to haystacks and commingling with cattle, which creates a risk of spreading disease from wildlife to livestock...
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    Google's sense of humor

    Does Google have a sense of humor or what? Go to google.com and type the word failure in the search box. Click I'm feeling lucky and see what site comes up.
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    BLM wants Jonah to grow

    BLM wants Jonah to grow By Angus M. Thuermer Jr Jackson Hole Daily Buruea of Land Management has released a plan that proposes increasing the number of wells in the Jonah oil field and predicts impacts to wildlife and the environment as a result of $30 billion worth of economic activity...
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    Mining defeat draws cheers

    Mining defeat draws cheers By Angus M. Thuermer Jr. Jackson Hole Daily Wyoming residents and conservationists Wednesday hailed the death of an effort in Congress to repeal an 11-year-old ban on the sale of mining claims on public lands. The measure was attached in the U.S. House to the...
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    Preference Point System For Nonresident Elk

    PREFERENCE POINT SYSTEM KICKS OFF FOR NONRESIDENT ELK, DEER AND ANTELOPE HUNTERS 12/2/2005 CHEYENNE – Some nonresident hunters say it’s always a good idea to apply for Wyoming elk, deer and antelope licenses – but it is especially important in 2006 for many hunters to get in on the ground...
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