Young people left a hilarious prank for park rangers after they installed motion-activated cameras near Gardner, Kansas to capture images of mountain lions. What they later found were images of people dressed as animals, monsters and even Santa Claus.
The local police and rangers complimented the pranksters on their creativity.
However, no mountain lions were captured. Yet, bagging a few laughs still made for a successful program even without the lions.
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Yep, pranks where good laughs and no pain, great stuff.
Now about America’s Funniest Home Videos. For the most part, all I see is pain. Will tape to fast forward to animal sillies. For all the crotch impacts, maybe the gene pool is a benefactor. Shouting match”news” and AFHV seldom last past the first few seconds of checking.
Love to see a good old-fashioned prank that didn’t end in tears, regret and lawsuits. Reminded of the prank the Law Officer played on April Fools’ Day with his “drug-sniffing” cat in Utah. He pulled over a hapless van full of people who were totally confused by the kitteh who could detect pot from outside the car. Cute prank that ended well! Love stuff like this! Thank you!
Now that’s the kind of prank that I enjoy – no one hurt, no millennia old structure damaged. Good on them.
LOL! Great story and it is heartening to see govt. officials w/ a sense of humor.
Merry Christmas, park rangers!
Here in Wisconsin there would be some attempt, of course, to find *some* crime to prosecute them for.
Now, what about those mountain lions?
They went after young male students at Kansas State University, as cougars often do.
Did they get a shot of Bigfoot? Or did Bigfoot move out of Kansas due to the deterioration of the Kansas school system under Gov. Brownback? Bigfoot has been sighted in Kansas. http://www.bfro.net/GDB/state_listing.asp?state=ks
I think Bigfoot has been sighted in every state. I keep looking. Hoping to see him and he’ll look back at me over his shoulder like the famous video. But, then again, this is Maryland, and he could be breaking scores of laws just by walking with big feet, so it’s probably common practice to avoid this state. Unless he would want to start a casino on public land, then he’d be da’ main!!!
Well, I mean, “da’ foot!?”
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