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However, if you ask George, he might say that sometimes it seems like he’s the other man.
In addition, Pam added to the family’s growing collection of stuffed badgers with two more, including one in an “action” pose.
By this point, it probably seems obvious how this story ends. Finally, after months of disagreement and with deadlines looming, John noted that the one thing the family seems to share is an affinity for badgers.
Even so, what might be considered omens/signs continued to randomly appear. noticed this article in the San Francisco Chronicle with an interesting subject matter.
He found it a tad ironic that badgers are native in Sonoma County, yet not so in Wisconsin where his affinity for badgers first began.
George, Jr.’s affinity for newspapers yielded yet another random badger sign.