Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for November 27, 2011

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    Varnes  about 11 years ago

    Yes, but see, it’s not technically a toad, although that’s the common name for it…It’s actually a cross between a marsupial and a crocodile.. a lizard with a pouch to store left overs…and an attitude……

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    Varnes  about 11 years ago

    Oh, I so wanted to use the word newt, somehow….

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    Can't Sleep  about 11 years ago

    Great little story that shows just how good an artist Wiley is.

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    Three Steps Over Japan  about 11 years ago

    I really prefer goad-taters. Especially cheese-flavored goad-taters.

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    oranaiche  about 11 years ago

    Distantly related to the honey badger.

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    whitecarabao  about 11 years ago

    Wiley, this is wonderful.

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    kreole  about 11 years ago

    I live on a bayou full of gators and toads. Now I’m not sure I should cross……….

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    chireef  about 11 years ago

    no, no, a croc-toad opens its mouth differently

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    GROG Premium Member about 11 years ago

    Sure, Danae. Well there’s always tomorrow then.

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    thirdguy  about 11 years ago

    makes one wonder, how that union ever took place!!

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    Sandfan  about 11 years ago

    [Fractured Literary Allusion] Monsters unseen are scarier by far.

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    gjsjr41  about 11 years ago

    Shouldn’t that be ‘Gator-frog:"? Toads live on land. Is a Gator-toad worse than a Crockagator? I don’t think so.

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    wicky  about 11 years ago

    Crocagators gotta eat too.

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    Plods with ...™ Premium Member about 11 years ago

    Yay! Danae’s back!

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    TheAuldWan  about 11 years ago

    Wonderful wisdom raised today

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    DrJKnows  about 11 years ago

    Great comments today :-)

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    MurphyHerself  about 11 years ago

    Hey, I wouldn’t go in those waters, either.

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    ruff.lostourminds.annegary  about 11 years ago

    @Richard S. Russelltry the “share” button at the bottom of the page

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    dabugger  about 11 years ago

    an U thought danae was wise…now whose gonna feed the croc-etc?

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    pnorman1  about 11 years ago

    Hey Wiley,Thanks a lot. Now I’ve got another “imaginary” thing to worry about. Let me see, there’s Nessie, and Yeti, and that Mothman guy and Chupracabra and Windigo and…….

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    cpb124  about 11 years ago

    Sounds like the name of a Syfy channel Saturday night movie.

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    Gokie5  about 11 years ago

    Laughed out loud at the gator-toad’s comment. Thanks, Wiley!

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    Nelly55  about 11 years ago

    wow, excellent artistry as always

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    bluskies  about 11 years ago

    You mean it isn’t spelled sh*t?

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    bluskies  about 11 years ago

    True; you should only cross a gator with the light, and only after looking both ways.

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    yawon  about 11 years ago

    Fear the Gator-Toad…or just build a highly protected steel bridge.

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    pickyX2  about 11 years ago

    The hippogator be the meanest!

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    marygaye  about 11 years ago

    Ah, but what it is that Wiley is showing a knowledge of is Horses and Riders This is a very common scenario with horses. Horses are inherently suspicious and unwilling to cross narrow, shallow bodies of waters. We have a rivulet running on our trails that we call crocodile creek because the horses act like there are crocs in it. When they finally cross, they jump so hard and so high that I’ve gotten my finger broken and a friend fell and broke her ribs. Thus, Danae’s willingness not to force the issue.

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    whoda_delta  about 11 years ago

    my horse will tell you it is the leader of the gatortoads that is to be feared “toadzilla”. We pay him homage by wearing the gatortoad colors of blue and green when we ride. This allows us to pass the creek without harm.

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