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Sega comes out fighting for endangered hedgehogs

Postby WHERESMYMONKEY » 11 Nov 2010, 12:35

Maybe they could start a scheme of capturing them, painting them blue and then rereleasing them into the wild, cars would be able to see them easier too.
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Re: Sega comes out fighting for endangered hedgehogs

Postby Moorpheus » 11 Nov 2010, 12:59

Maybe they could start a scheme of capturing them, painting them blue and then rereleasing them into the wild, cars would be able to see them easier too.


And give them tiny loop-de-loops and gold rings to collect on the way across the road too!

Nah - hedgehogs rule, but you'd think they would have watched the TV advert about how to cross the road. I mean it has got hedgehogs in it...
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Re: Sega comes out fighting for endangered hedgehogs

Postby Random Hangman » 11 Nov 2010, 15:11

Still don't know why they can't share the hedge... :?

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Re: Sega comes out fighting for endangered hedgehogs

Postby funkyguitar » 11 Nov 2010, 15:39

Whilst t his may be a publicity stunt i say good on them. A world without hedgehogs would be a very sad world indeed.
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