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Old 01-23-2012, 02:49 AM   #121
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Or your 300 lb granny huh? She is the most dangerous game in your neck of the woods. Now I can see why Andy of Mayberry got onto tv.
You are a real piece of work. You sound like a third grader talking about peoples family. Grow up.
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Old 01-23-2012, 02:56 AM   #122
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Can we get an axe C3?
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Oh wow is that guy serious... with a stick??! **** that

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Shoobee if you are so against Marines then why in the sam hell is your avatar the Marines highest honor?

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Fatal wolf attack unnerves Alaska village - US news - Life - msnbc.com

It's rather interesting that the wolves that killed the lady jogger in Alaska did not finish her off, by eating her. They only mauled her to death.

They must have thought she was intruding into their territory, and this was therefore a territorial conflict.

The lion in California who killed the lady jogger here was in the process of eating her, starting with her soft tissues (intestines) first. Then it hid her, like it would a deer carcass, covering her with debris.

The article is fairly balanced. The woman in Alaska sounded new to the area and inexperienced. And wolves rarely attack or kill humans.
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Shoobee if you are so against Marines then why in the sam hell is your avatar the Marines highest honor?
I never said I was against the Marine Corps, or the Army, or the Navy, or anybody else.

They each need guys who are willing to shoot and kill anything that moves though. You can help them out, if that's your thing. Right now there is a war in Afghanistan. You can help out, if you're up for it.

I say, leave the animals alone, unless you are planning to eat one of them, or if they are eating your sheep. And even with sheep, you are going to be better off with trapping than with shooting.

Conflicts and encounters with dangerous wild animals in the woodlands are mostly all about misunderstandings between the two species, us and them.

I would not consider a wolf nor a black bear dangerous. Both of these species normally back down against a human male opponent. These are very smart animals. Almost human. They can read your body language, and your face, just like a poker player can.

Lions and grizzlies are dangerous however, although I would never shoot one on sight. Only a r-e-d-n-e-c-k would think of doing so.

The biggest documented actual problem that we face in our societies is foolish women who go jogging alone. This is getting the lions and wolves in trouble. And that's not even the lions' and wolves' fault.

And the sword, no big deal, to me. I wore that sword several times, during my tour, for 6 years. On my left side. The .45 ACP I wore on the other side, when I wore that, which was more often than the sword.

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I never said I was against the Marine Corps, or the Army, or the Navy, or anybody else.

They each need guys who are willing to shoot and kill anthing that moves though. You can help them out, if that's you. Right now there is a war in Afghanistan. You can help out, if you're up for it.

I say, leave the animals alone, unless you are planning to eat one of them, or if they are eating your sheep. And even with sheep, you are going to be better off with trapping than with shooting.
Dude iv been to iraq in the Marines. Trip BLED in afghanistan for the Marines.

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Shooting a wolf eating my sheep = good
Shooting a wolf trying to eat me...bad?
Does the sheep have a greater right to live than I? The one responsible for the entire flock?
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Just can't leave well enough alone can we....tsk tsk. I've put my .02 boys. Have a good night and play nice.
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Just can't leave well enough alone can we....tsk tsk. I've put my .02 boys. Have a good night and play nice.
Really can't, that just made so little sense, I had to have clarification.
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