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Epic Fail Picks Up Miami Metro Zoo Beaver Spraying TV Host

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Last night, Banana Republican settled into bed with a nice cup of eggnog and holiday gingerbread cookies while indulging in one of my favorite past times -- cracking up at the expense of the rubes who end up on the Epic Fail blog


I came across this early Christmas present for my loyal readers. It's a clip of Miami Metro Zoo communication director Ron Magill's and an incontinent beaver's appearance at a recent taping of CBS's Early Show. The money shot comes as the black female host walks by the zoo keeper and the aquatic rodent. 

Merry Christmas!

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