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  1. #1 Satan's footprints spotted in Devon 
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    A BAFFLED gran told last night how she discovered the Devil’s footprints — in sleepy Devon.
    The hoof-like marks were a chilling echo of a phenomenon first recorded in 1855 — and Jill Wade now hopes to solve the ancient mystery.

    Pensioner Jill woke to find the marks in fresh snow in her back garden in Woolsery.

    She said: “I couldn’t believe it — the footprints were in the shape of a cloven hoof. There were no other marks at all in the snow. I’d love to know what it was.” ...
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    The tracks may or may not have been left by a deer. Of course that is a theory which is in no way as exciting as the thought of Satan being abroad.
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    Oh Hell!!!!!!!! :p:D
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    :eek:

    So all those tracks in the snow that I always thought were deer was really Satan stalking me?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by djones520 View Post
    :eek:

    So all those tracks in the snow that I always thought were deer was really Satan stalking me?!?!
    You just presumed you were the hunter ... :eek::D
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    I want to fight him.
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    This is easy to settle . . . .do we know for sure where ginger was on the date in question?
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    "If you bound the arms and legs of gold-medal swimmer Michael Phelps, weighed him down with chains, threw him in a pool and he sank, you wouldn't call it a 'failure of swimming'. So, when markets have been weighted down by inept and excessive regulation, why call this a 'failure of capitalism'?"
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    Must be a slow news day across the pond.
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