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  1. That is strange and creepy…!

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    • Very much, glad you agree! I hit one deer in all the years I lived in Michigan. Yay!

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      • I’m knocking on wood as I type – I’ve yet to have that experience, but have seen many a deer in our backyard – they always have heads that don’t look like lamp shades ;-)!

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        • That lamp is too weird man! My incursion with the deer happened in winter after dark going around 55 or so. It was snowing too. It may have been during November during Michigan’s deer hunting season.

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  2. A little to much partying on new year’s eve for the deer?

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