//talking about old Blair Hinkle: Once, we had a family of squirrels living in the ceiling. It wasn't so good when those squirrels died right above my classroom. We had a heating unit in the ceiling, too -- they were baking up in there, baby! Smelled awful. Had to cut a hole in the wall to get 'em out. [...] Then there was also the time we had the raccoon die in the wall next to my room.
Hinkle: You look at the deer and you're like, "hmm, that's a yummy-lookin' deer. I'm gonna get me a venison dinner." Or "hmm, that's a good-lookin' rabbit." Or squirrel. [...] Squirrels? Questionable. But I'd eat deer any day.