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April 26, 2010

Oklahomans Train Greyhounds to Hunt Coyotes: In Oklahoma, the use of greyhounds to catch and kill coyotes goes back several generations. John Hardzog, a cattle rancher, has 40 greyhounds trained only for the hunt who kill 270 to 350 coyotes a season. "When you get the dogs running in a dead run after a coyote, now that's a sport," he said.

posted by rcade to general at 09:11 AM - 9 comments

If you only train the greyhounds to kill, it's hunting. If you also train the coyotes to fight back it's dog fighting, and we can't have that.

posted by dviking at 10:05 AM on April 26

If you train coyotes to score on the power play, they can force a game 7...

posted by MeatSaber at 10:12 AM on April 26

If a train leaves Oklahoma at 3 p.m. going 45 m.p.h. and the Phoenix Coyotes leave Detroit at 6 p.m. after scoring 5 goals, who will start in goal for the Red Wings in Game 7 ?

posted by tommytrump at 10:21 AM on April 26

Kevin Durant?

posted by apoch at 11:03 AM on April 26

Durant's five hole is above the crossbar.

No train leaving Oklahoma has ever gone as slow as 45 mph.

This thread is staying on topic big time.

posted by beaverboard at 11:18 AM on April 26

Durant's five hole is above the crossbar.

Thats gotta hurt...

posted by myshtigo at 11:39 AM on April 26

Durant's five hole is above the crossbar.

Greg Oden has two five holes.

posted by bender at 12:14 PM on April 26

If a train leaves Oklahoma at 3 p.m. going 45 m.p.h. and the Phoenix Coyotes leave Detroit at 6 p.m. after scoring 5 goals, who will start in goal for the Red Wings in Game 7 ?

Dominik Hasek just led his team to the Czech Extraliga championship, perhaps he'd be interested.

posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 01:16 PM on April 26

From the business pages, Acme Products has announced the opening of a new factory in Elgin, OK. Acme spokesman Savin Wiley said, "There has been a huge increase in demand for our products in the Elgin area lately, so we're taking advantage of the opportunity to reduce shipping costs." There were no details of who were the buyers of the product, nor was there any mention of specific items sold. Rumors were that speed reducers and roadblocks were popular.

posted by Howard_T at 05:53 PM on April 26

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