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Motion detector cameras reveal the scavengers that show up at a feeder tank in south Texas.

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  1. thirdtwin

    February 28th, 2013

    OK, let’s all be honest here. Y’all were expecting Mooch in the last frame. Don’t lie.

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  2. Stirrin the BS

    February 28th, 2013

    Spokesman for PETiA* applauded the homeowner’s efforts to feed the animals.

    (*People for the Ethical Treatment of illegal Aliens).

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  3. Cynic

    February 28th, 2013

    Now we know how to bait the traps for them.

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  4. McFartus Spontaneous

    February 28th, 2013

    The only scavengers I see are in the last photo carrying backpacks. Go to Suffern, NY any early spring morning and u can see them pissing, pooping and sometimes partially bathing on the sidewalk waiting for the next landscaping truck to barrel thru. I dont recommend it though.

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  5. dude

    February 28th, 2013

    Is the water safe for the animals to use? That would be my concern.

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  6. Johnny Freedom

    February 28th, 2013

    I’ve seen this several ties and I always feel cheated that in all my time in South Texas I’ve never come across a coati in the wild.

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  7. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    February 28th, 2013

    Thirdtwin,

    I figured illegals or the first hatey. lolol

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  8. reddecaesari

    February 28th, 2013

    would love to see rambo like, immigration agents popping up from the water.

    reminds me of the guy that picked up illegals in the back of his truck and drove them to the local ice office. they ran like rats.

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  9. Anonymous

    February 28th, 2013

    @thirdtwin,
    If you check that water for traces of tamales, I bet you detect moochie.

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  10. Tim

    February 28th, 2013

    Fukkin rat-people fouling the water for the critters.

    So sad.

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  11. Cruisin Cat

    February 28th, 2013

    What would really be interesting is if you could arrange a large herd of feral pigs and some illegals to show up at the same time.

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  12. J Frank Parnell

    February 28th, 2013

    Stop hiring them. Just stop it. We wouldn’t have this problem, none of it, if the welfarists and scumbag hypocrites that hire them would stop.

    I operated a ranch in South Texas without hiring a single illegal. It can be done.

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  13. Tim

    February 28th, 2013

    J Frank,
    That won’t keep em off welfare.

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  14. J Frank Parnell

    February 28th, 2013

    Tim that’s why I included “welfarists,” i.e., communists forcing illegals through the system to increase Democrat voters. Not much you or I can do about that since the Demorrhoids control two branches of the problem (government).

    But we don’t need Congress or the Demorrhoids to simply stop hiring them.

    F*cking gorram hypocrites hiring them to work their ranches, farms, factories, construction sites and day labor are over half the problem. Just as bad as the communists.

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  15. Bad Brad

    February 28th, 2013

    J Frank Parnell, Every plater, sheet metal shop, machine shop, industrial painter, you name it, in the manufacturing world hires them. We do Federal Government work and need to participate in E-Verify. The Feds don’t enforce it, don’t pay attention to it. It’s a joke.

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  16. Dan Ryan Galt

    February 28th, 2013

    So are these the recently I C E released detainees?

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  17. Dick Clark in Hell

    February 28th, 2013

    This calls for a song…

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  18. Tim

    February 28th, 2013

    J. Frank,
    I saw that. In The Socialist Peoples Republic of Maryland the rat-people can join “B” unions, run by the regular unions but getting the really shitty work and less money, because they don’t train them or hold them to OSHA standards. But they’re still getting gov’t and big contracts. I saw em working at Physician’s Memorial in Calvert County a couple of years ago doing shit that would have gotten American people fired on the spot. Like moving a ladder without getting off of it first. Their brickwork would make you seasick.

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  19. Whitey Bulger

    February 28th, 2013

    Why is there an absence of motion activated machine guns to keep out the varmints?

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  20. gENL rIPPER

    February 28th, 2013

    I’m pretty good at animal identification.

    Here goes:
    Deer
    Boar
    Dog
    Koatimundi (Mexican Raccoon – I had one as a childhood pet, named Homer. Fucker stole everything)
    Bobcat
    Coyote, Wile E.
    Owl
    Beanus Illegalae

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  21. Bad Brad

    February 28th, 2013

    ripper. I think the boar is a Javelina, and the last frame shows the Hose Brother, Hose A, B, and C. LOL

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  22. Eric

    February 28th, 2013

    I have to suspect a foul here.
    The animals I can understand being captured by the camera flash, not the humans. That camera would be in one of those back packs before the shadows faded on the film, along with the motion detection equipment, and any cabling or power source as well. Of course it might explain being the last in the sequence if it were a remote connection, in any event the local equipment would be long gone or distroyed when “chipper” woke up in the morning to check the results.

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  23. Shutterbug

    February 28th, 2013

    I have two black LED Bushnell cameras in the field right now – encased in a security box and secured around trees with a security cable.

    Black LED technology (no flash) was probably not available in 2009, but security boxes and cables were. Two seconds after the flash, the illegals probably vamoosed.

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