What to do with a rotting whale?

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  1. Killcrop

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    If it was a sperm whale, you'd have to hide it from your mom.
     
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  3. korby

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    Thats a few miles away , not sure if we're gonna' go see uh er smell it .
     
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    Beat me to it.

    Peace,
     
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    Sure, waste another 30 grand of taxpayer money and use up space in a landfill. Where are these peoples brains? Tow it out to sea and be done with it.
     
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    Dead whale in a landfill -- hmmm,....brilliant.
     
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    Beat me to it...
     
  11. GuitarGuy66

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    Just blow it up.
     
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    :roll:rotflmao
     
  13. Polynitro

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    this washed up on my beach a few years ago. Its a Fin Whale, second largest whale ever.

    They cut it up and buried it.

    Im not sure towing a 70 tonne dead weight out to sea is as easy as it sounds.

    [​IMG]
     
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    my brother said when he was on an aircraft carrier a whale got caught up on the ships hull. He said they just dragged it
    for like 2 days before it fell off lol
     
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  16. Eric Rowland

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    That whale must have eaten at Taco Bell......
     
  17. Tony Foran

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    Seems like you could push it with a wide track dozer and then pull it with tug.
     
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    The Reno 911 movie spoke to this.
     
  19. korby

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    They just float back to another beach .
     
  20. skydog

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    Push it, pull it, tow it, to Golf Mill Ford.
     
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