up munching on the bananas one night. It had a long furry tail and jumps rather well.
White-nosed Coati : http://www.nicoyapeninsula.com/wildlife/racoons.php
“Sacred Cows make the best hamburger”
the snout seems bigger on Doug's banana thief,it almost looks like a lesser ant eater.
It looks like George W Bush after a night of hard drinking
i drank with that un loving, one worlder, big spender, no child left behind liberal at 2 events in the 90's. the lights were never out, so i didn't notice the resemblance...
thrown a couple of those big ole Texas cowboy boots at him, after a few drinks I bet he couldn't duck as fast as he did in Iraq
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate
he had a couple of dps troopers as security at the time. i'd have been taken to jail and lost my job. if i'd known the liberal would have taken the usa so far down, well...
the West -- wedded to a multiculturalism that undercuts its own confidence, a welfare state that nudges it toward sloth and self-indulgence, and a childlessness that consigns it to oblivion -- is looking ever more like the ruins of a civilization." Mark Steyn
... are you sure they were bananas? ... Were their any bloodless goats nearby...?
Chupacabra. but... it could be El Cadejo
For right or wrong or otherwise, when appearing in English language pop-culture sources (comic books, cartoons, tv programs, urban myths, etc.) it is often offered as "cabre" (and sometimes handled as if there is only one such animal, not a species, etc.), though in Spanish-language sources you are quite right, it is always "cabra" or even "cabras". "El Cadejo" is usually considered a very different thing, though it might help explain Chupacabra phenomenon - and help is surely needed...
Aho Mitakyue Oyasin, ( We are from The same root, our leaves are all different)
— Geswanouth Slahoot , (Dan George), Chief Tsleil-Waututh tribe