Re: NANFA-- News - Mysterious Frog Eggs Found in Connecticut

R. W. Wolff (
Thu, 2 Oct 2003 14:12:17 -0500

They better work on banning amphibians. Amphibians must be very dangerous
since they can live in water, but cross land, and apparently fly thousands
of miles. Banning these menaces will certainly make everyone and everything
safer. Amphibians are also of ancient lineage, possibly making them even
more dangerous. Skin secretions from many amphibians are know to be toxic,
some even fatal. Act now, call your legislators and tell them to enact a
broad sweeping ban on all amphbians everywhere. Besides, it probably was a
hobbyist throwing his eggs from his pets all over that guys lawn. We know in
the end it is always the hobbyist.

If you didn't notice, this is a joke that isn't very funny
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