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Old 01-18-2008, 10:32 PM
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Deer Brains make an excellent tanning solution for deer hides.

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Old 01-19-2008, 01:03 AM
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such a majestic bird that used to be our nations symbol with such a barbaric weapon as a bow and arrow makes you better?
Cowards.
what the hell we hunting eagles, statue of Liberty, Liberty Bell. Turkey ain't never been the nations symbol moron.
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Old 01-19-2008, 09:21 AM
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Come go turkey hunting with me one day Animal Rights, you will be hooked!!!! It is fun, you will say fick my peta friends!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-19-2008, 09:49 AM
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So you camoflauge yourself from head to toe. Go to where these beautiful creation sleep at night. Hide down below them. Mimic the sounds that they communicate with, to draw them to your blind. Then un-fairly shoot them with high powered shotguns, and high five each other because you feel like you have accomplished something great.

Nice job,

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Don't leave out the part about plucking their good breast meat out, frying it up and eating it.

Or sawing their spurs off and wearing them as necklaces, and cutting the beard off so we'll have something else to show off to our buddies.

But to answer your question. Yes, I enjoy it.

And if I can ever find a way to catch them bare-handed, so that I can feel the live escape them, I'll do that...

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Old 01-19-2008, 09:53 AM
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Don't leave out the part about plucking their good breast meat out, frying it up and eating it.

Or sawing their spurs off and wearing them as necklaces, and cutting the beard off so we'll have something else to show off to our buddies.

But to answer your question. Yes, I enjoy it.

And if I can ever find a way to catch them bare-handed, so that I can feel the live escape them, I'll do that...

Sometimes they're not quite gone and you have to put a boot on their heads or bare handed dispatchment could be used if you feel the need HG!!!



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Old 01-19-2008, 10:29 AM
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Sometimes they're not quite gone and you have to put a boot on their heads or bare handed dispatchment could be used if you feel the need HG!!!



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i like #4 federal premiums...
That's my shell of choice too Gator !!
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Old 01-20-2008, 06:28 PM
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The bottom line is we carry on a tradition that founded this country. I treat wildlife with respect and harvest only what I can eat. God put animals on this earth for us to use as we see fit. Animals are not equal to humans and should not be treated as so. How bout investing your time and money into protecting human rights. Starving children line our streets and you are worried about me eating turkey.
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Old 01-20-2008, 06:34 PM
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Starving children line our streets and you are worried about me eating turkey.

And you have done what to feed those starving children that are lining your streets?
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Old 01-20-2008, 06:49 PM
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And you have done what to feed those starving children that are lining your streets?
Donated deer I've taken to feed those children and their families through the Hunters for the Hungry program.

Now it's your turn. What have you done?
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Donated deer I've taken to feed those children and their families through the Hunters for the Hungry program.

Now it's your turn. What have you done?
I was talking to Sally thank you very much. But if you must know, I volunteer around 10 hours a week between a soup kitchen and another homeless shelter.
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Old 01-20-2008, 07:26 PM
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I was talking to Sally thank you very much. But if you must know, I volunteer around 10 hours a week between a soup kitchen and another homeless shelter.
Well, you called all of us cowards. Since you painted us all with the same brush, I figured we would all be able to paint back.

Unless, of course, you like to pick and choose your fights.

Keep up the good work on serving up that soup.
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When my wife worked at the soup kitchen they served up turkey and dressing for the holidays, does your soup kitchen only serve soup.
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I was talking to Sally thank you very much. But if you must know, I volunteer around 10 hours a week between a soup kitchen and another homeless shelter.
I bet it's killin ya to serve that CHICKEN noodle soup every week.
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Old 02-05-2008, 01:37 PM
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So you camoflauge yourself from head to toe. Go to where these beautiful creation sleep at night. Hide down below them. Mimic the sounds that they communicate with, to draw them to your blind. Then un-fairly shoot them with high powered shotguns, and high five each other because you feel like you have accomplished something great.

Nice job,

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I quit using a shotgun 20+ years ago. I now use a high powered rifle.
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