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Old 06-16-2009, 08:18 AM
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might go get some pork one evening this week. i usually like to hunt them this time of yr, because they are more predictable. i promise you their fat butts will be laying in the shade...either in or close to...a mudhole or creek. happen to know where a bunch has been laying.
You talking about pigs or late night trollips?
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Old 06-16-2009, 08:18 AM
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Old 06-16-2009, 08:20 AM
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Come on. My woman lives about 1/2 mile from Penholloway WMA on the Altamaha River. Piggies galore down there- you just have to work a little to find them.

I'll pick you up at the Jacksonville airport Friday at 6
bad weekend for me. We're leaving on vacation. Can I get a raincheck? and are you serious
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Old 06-16-2009, 08:26 AM
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bad weekend for me. We're leaving on vacation. Can I get a raincheck? and are you serious
Yeah. It will have to be during deer or small game season (it is a WMA), but any of ya'll came come on and hunt! She has a house right down the road.
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I'm curious to see what the clear cutting will do to our hog population at the lease.. I wonder if they'll hang around or move on.. Guess we'll find out when we start slinging corn again
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Old 06-16-2009, 08:31 AM
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They roam so much, but if the food is there you should have a few. I doubt the clear cut will hurt too much as long as they have some cover near some water.
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yes I watched it......I didnt understand why they were using subtitles when the rednecks from south Georgia were talking.......I could understand them just fine..it wasnt like they were speaking some foreign language.
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Old 06-16-2009, 08:43 AM
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yes I watched it......I didnt understand why they were using subtitles when the rednecks from south Georgia were talking.......I could understand them just fine..it wasnt like they were speaking some foreign language.
My girlfriend and I were were laughing at that too!
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yes I watched it......I didnt understand why they were using subtitles when the rednecks from south Georgia were talking.......I could understand them just fine..it wasnt like they were speaking some foreign language.


My boss, which happens to be a 12yr transplanted yankee, caught the show last night. He said that the young boy (maybe ya'll know which one he's talking about) used so much south GA slang mixed in with the southern draw that he was a little hard to understand, but the older guys he could understand just fine. He found the subtitles a bit humorous.

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My boss, which happens to be a 12yr transplanted yankee, caught the show last night. He said that the young boy (maybe ya'll know which one he's talking about) used so much south GA slang mixed in with the southern draw that he was a little hard to understand, but the older guys he could understand just fine. He found the subtitles a bit humorous.

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Ive noticed alot of "good ol boys" south of macon use what seems to me like a cross between nigra ebonics and southern slang
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Ive noticed alot of "good ol boys" south of macon use what seems to me like a cross between nigra ebonics and southern slang
Well, you are a yankee.
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Ive noticed alot of "good ol boys" south of macon use what seems to me like a cross between nigra ebonics and southern slang
Well heck, when ya live so far out in the sticks that the livestock starts looking sexy inbetween trips to the big city (Eastman), what ya expect?

I can't pick, probably guilty as charged myself.

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I can't pick, probably guilty as charged myself.

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