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Subject: Wedgies
From: "Hastir, Chris" <>
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2005 09:08:41 +1100
All this Wedgie talk reminds me of something.. when I was a kid growing up, 
many many moons ago, in the Blowering Valley near Tumut, (before the dam was 
constructed),  it was a common sight to see a dead wedgie spread-eagled (no pun 
intended) on barbed wire fences of properties down the road. I guess it was 
supposed to be a deterrent to others wanting a tasty meal of a newborn lamb or 
maybe some peverse kind of 'superiority' on the part of the farmer.. but not a 
pretty sight!

Chris Hastir

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