Gang-gangs, lack of plethora thereof

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Subject: Gang-gangs, lack of plethora thereof
From: Con Boekel <>
Date: Sat, 24 May 2014 15:56:26 +1000
I overheard some Gang-gangs complaining that every time they move, some human appears and starts counting them and that some humans are even trying to figure out what their genders are. Some of their mates have already been counted and have had their genders assigned several times.

Anyway, the word has gone out.

Get yourself into some thick vegetation. Say nothing. Lie doggo.

The counting thing has to stop some time.

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