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Old 01-12-2012, 05:55 PM   #71
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Kill them all, let the Rug Doctor sort them out.
Are these bears getting killed in your living room? A bear in the living room is definitely a "shoot first and ask questions later" kind of situation. Is that what happened to you orangello? Its OK you can talk about it. Youre among friends.
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This thread has been a joke since the first video about the deer and the golfer.

Golf is a pleasure sport, but it consumes a lot of water to maintain the courses, so in drought areas, it is a drain (no pun intended) on the water resources of the community.

A good golfer can probably hit a deer, anytime, with his long irons. No big surprise there. So no real need to prove it.

Deer are everywhere, around towns and neighborhoods, where they cannot be hunted. That qualifies them as pests. They are dangerous to traffic. You are actually more likely to be killed by a dear than any other animal. That's because of traffic accidents.

On our local archery range, in the scenic wooded hills south of our cityscape, we give the deer the full right of way, in the evenings, whenever they walk across our target range. That shows the contrast between the discipline of archers and hunters with bows and arrows compared to golfers with their bags and balls (no pun intended) and clubs.

I think if someone desires to hit an animal with a golf ball, then they need a doctor.

I am a meat hunter, but I know city folk who think that is a very bad thing as well. There are now 7 billion people on this planet, and very little agreement about anything though.

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