I Seez You! : May 16, 2008

I Seez You!
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Date: 05.15.08 6:57pm
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I Seez You!

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Yes, the Velocisquirrel is back. And he's lookin at you, kid.

Here's some things you should know to help protect yourself.

Velocisquirrels hunt in packs, and are known to form an equilateral triangle around their prey.

Velocisquirrels can accelerate 4 m/s2, with a top speed of 25 m/s in open terrain and trees, and 10 m/s while wounded.

Velocisquirrels can open doors, but are slowed by them. They can open an initial door in approximately 5 minutes, and will take half that time for each subsequent door.

Velocisquirrels do not know fear. They also do not remember where they parked their car.

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Colin   05.16.08 6:30pm  
XKCD #135 rules!

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