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Thread: What is it?

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    What is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by markgardner View Post

    I know, it's a Tanuki trap.
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    There is this homeless guy who likes to stack rocks and junk by my house, he called his work art.

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    A plant stand.........................................

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    Looks like a low tech rain cover for an airpump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Peters View Post
    I know, it's a Tanuki trap.
    Ok. So what is a Tanuki?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn ponder View Post
    Ok. So what is a Tanuki?
    It is a Japanese racoon / bear. I know that is vague but hopefully you get the idea.

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    A cover for a feeder.

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