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General Chat Thread, Stolen Dogs in General; Originally Posted by DT2 Taken from the garden around 0700 this morning..... I'm thinking more of a hollowed out shotgun ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DT2 View Post
    Taken from the garden around 0700 this morning.....
    I'm thinking more of a hollowed out shotgun shell filled with dog muck, electrical contacts to the primer, and a makeshift pressure plate from two saw blades and a 9v battery
    Afghanistan taught me to play dirty


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    Quote Originally Posted by korifugi View Post
    Now, now - no need to Hound him with bad puns...


    Remind me to never annoy you.
    I'm a nice person..... I don't get angry often.

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    Last edited by DT2; 18th November 2011 at 09:48 AM.

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    Perhaps should have had a SmoothWall box setup on the garden gate. From what I hear they are impenetrable

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    Yay!! Good news to start the morning! I want a Pom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    I want a Pom!
    Oh, God...

    I misread that as you saying you wanted adult material... I need more coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    Yay!! Good news to start the morning! I want a Pom!
    There is a beautiful white one down the road from me.
    On the upside, I suspect my little red is bearing 'gifts'... Time to tie a knot in it for the little fella....
    I'll let you know

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    @aerospacemango here they are.... not brilliant pics, trying to get Alf to stand still is a nightmare....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DT2 View Post
    God knows what I would have done without them, they're like extra children!
    Tell me about it. I've got two westies and just can't contemplate the thought of them not being there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT2 View Post
    Taken from the garden around 0700 this morning.....
    I'm thinking more of a hollowed out shotgun shell filled with dog muck, electrical contacts to the primer, and a makeshift pressure plate from two saw blades and a 9v battery
    Afghanistan taught me to play dirty
    Too complex. Seriously, Google 'henry krank alarm'. It's a similar principle, but more reliable and simpler; intruders will have bowel-related issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnantonnixx View Post
    Too complex. Seriously, Google 'henry krank alarm'. It's a similar principle, but more reliable and simpler; intruders will have bowel-related issues.
    No need to google, I know these very well. Used them on the perimeter fence on the farm when having issues with vandals/thieves of the travelling variety.



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    You could wire up two or three for added 'effect'.

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    Why do I get the feeling this is turning into this thread...

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    .... because everyone loves things that go 'bang'.

    There. That's why.

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    You used to be able to buy indelible paint mines. Essentially a tripwire / pressure-plate activated tube / bag of paint with a propulsion mechanism (usually small explosive charge) that turn everything with a several meters into the Tango man. IIRC there was a bouncing betty version that detonated at waist height for more horizontal coverage.

    How do I know this? Because my old History teacher was rigging them up in his back garden when I was at school.

    yes, the same teacher who chased intruders across a field stark-naked waving a kukri at them.

    NB: this was before moral panic / "we must be see to be doing something, even though it's a terribly wrong thing" law-making made the UK a less fun place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    NB: this was before moral panic / "we must be see to be doing something, even though it's a terribly wrong thing" law-making made the UK a less fun place.
    Don't worry. The way things are going we're going to be set back to Medieval-esque civilisation when the banks collapse. Then we can do "crazy" things like this again.


    When it happens, I may respec as a rogue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT2 View Post
    There is a beautiful white one down the road from me.
    On the upside, I suspect my little red is bearing 'gifts'... Time to tie a knot in it for the little fella....
    I'll let you know

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    @aerospacemango here they are.... not brilliant pics, trying to get Alf to stand still is a nightmare....
    Lovely looking Poms, mate....

    Have you shown them? Ours had been 1st in Class at Crufts, and Reserve winner at Crufts, before we got them. They are small, but perfectly formed!



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