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Old 06-26-2003, 04:28 AM
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Uh yeah, "when there are no more woodlands left"...

Looks like you just want to argue for the sake of arguing...
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Old 06-26-2003, 07:34 AM
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Recreational Hunting is rapidly becoming extinct for all natural purposes. The increased numbers of people as well as the declining woods or deer environment is taking it's toll. The younger generation really doesn't have the same interests as we may have had when we were younger and this shows in the lower #s of hunting licenses sold each yr. I see it in the not to distant future as being a sport that you have to include a guide who has access to large plots of acreage. I personally have no problem w/the sport as long a bullets don't come "zinging" through my house while some "clem" is shooting from the road in his truck at a deer. I hate to see the decline as it were but it is inevitable as time marches forward.
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Old 06-26-2003, 09:07 AM
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Hey, everybody, just ignore Bobbyboy, and maybe he will go away. He is just trying to argue for the sake of argueing. People like him will never understand, simply because they dont want to undestand.

Hey ParkWest, you know that Texas dentist that ran over her husband like 5 times? That happened about 2 miles from my house at the local Hilton Hotel. I would not stay at that hotel for ANYTHING. In the past three years, there have been three murders there! And the cops caught a rapist with the girl he was in the process of raping in the parking lot of the same hotel! I think they need to post an armed guard in the parking lot.


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Old 06-28-2003, 12:36 PM
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Woman deer hunter

While a Texan was busily preparing for the first day of deer hunting season, his wife started nagging that he never asked her to go along. After several hours of argument the wife won.

The next morning they drove out to the country, and he stuck his old lady up in a tree about 100 yards from his blind. Just as the hunter reached the blind, he heard a loud bang coming from the wife's position.

As the Texan ran up to her, he saw that she was holding her gun on a man nearby and shouting, "It's my deer! Get away from it!

The sheepish-looking stranger just nodded slowly and said, "OK, lady... It's your deer. Just let me get my saddle off of it!"
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LMAO.
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Old 07-01-2003, 04:57 AM
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I hunt, I was born to hunt because I was born a predator. I have 2 eyes on the front of my head. Predators enjoy the hunt. The most exciting thing I have ever hunted is another human.

I wonder if Bobby eats meat? If he does then he is just another who is too weak to do their own killing. If he just eats plant life then he preys off of something that has NO chance of escaping him.

What it comes down to is that something has to die for us to live. Death is never pretty so get over it.

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BTW when commercial seal hunting was still legal I did kill a number of baby seals with a sludge hammer. $15.00 a hide . The last year it was legal I killed several hundred of them, most of them with a rifle.
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Old 07-01-2003, 09:33 AM
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I thought this was funny!

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Old 07-01-2003, 09:38 AM
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TNT, ha ha! Thats great! I think I saw that in some hunting magazine a while back.

Gregin, AMEN!

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Old 07-01-2003, 10:07 AM
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clubbing baby seals to death.....your family must be proud
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The most exciting thing I have ever hunted is another human.
What is that all about?
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