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Posted by larryc12
23 Nov 2013, 7:54 am

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Hey, Sky - congrats to you! As much as I love venison, elk meat is even better. Wow, a tough hunt indeed, but that's what it takes to find the big boys. Been there, done that with the lead on the feet. I was running 4-5 miles every other day when living in Illinois prior to my elk hunts in Colorado. Even with that, I felt like I was dragging an elephant with some of those climbs. Leftist gun grabbers that try to say that we hunters just run out there somewhere and pop a slug into an unsuspecting creature have no idea what we go through to harvest game.

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23 Nov 2013, 8:58 am

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Hannibal is one very bitter person. It can't be healthy to be so obsessed with a person on an internet forum. Yeesh!

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23 Nov 2013, 6:17 pm

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contracoup wrote:
C'mon, Konz. You had better watch this before it's two late.

cc


Two lates don't make an on time. :LOL:

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23 Nov 2013, 6:18 pm

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greatnpowerfuloz wrote:
No, The singer is saying that you can call yourself whatever you want -but if you're a greedy, intolerant shithead for most of your life, Hell will welcome you.


And what do YOU believe about that?

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Posted by larryc12
23 Nov 2013, 6:53 pm

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bigsky wrote:
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Hey, Sky - congrats to you! As much as I love venison, elk meat is even better. Wow, a tough hunt indeed, but that's what it takes to find the big boys. Been there, done that with the lead on the feet. I was running 4-5 miles every other day when living in Illinois prior to my elk hunts in Colorado. Even with that, I felt like I was dragging an elephant with some of those climbs. Leftist gun grabbers that try to say that we hunters just run out there somewhere and pop a slug into an unsuspecting creature have no idea what we go through to harvest game.


aint that the truth larry...only 20% of all elk tags get filled in the state of montana...with all our public land...them elk are a tough quarry....i must say that we filled our tag on my first day of the hunt....never had that happen before...some seasons i have lost 40 lbs in three months...and had only an elk tag to eat for my troubles....my first elk was taken during the extended season...i shot her at 540 yrds...in a field...we drove up to her and hoisted her in the back of the truck...i have never been that lucky since...providing wild game for your family is a tough venture...but it is the most healthy thing to feed young children...side those back straps with garden vegetables....and you have what yhvh intended us to eat...happy hunting larry...and good to hear from ya...been a while


Helluva a shot, Sky - helluva a shot. Don't know that I'd trust myself at that yardage, but I should. If I can drop a deer at 150 yds. with a slug gun, I ought to be able to tackle that distance with the .300 Mag. Never had that opportunity, so I don't know. Ya know something? Providing meat and fish for the dinner table is another thing many just don't understand. It's what drives me, more than anything else. There's just something special about literally "bringing home the bacon", be it elk meat, deer meat, fish, pheasants or quail. Healthy meat and a family that loves it is as rewarding as it gets. I raised my kids on all of that and they, to a person, remember it with glee. Our traditional Christmas Eve dinner, boyfriends and girlfriends all invited, was always about 50 venison 5" steaks coated with flour and fried in the drippings of onions fried beforehand. Gravy (made with the final drippings) over rice or mashed potatoes, green beans with onions and bacon, homemade rolls. I'm salivating as I write. LOL!

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24 Nov 2013, 8:22 am

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bingster wrote:
Gun Nut wrote:
Sorry. Homophobe is simply a word made up by homosexuals in an attempt to degrade those that disagree with them. There is NO SUCH peer reviewed diagnosis.



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dude, it's reality. people who hate homosexuals are "homophobes". It doesn't have to be peer reviewed, only Webster's published.


You don't have to hate homosexuals to be labeled a homophobe by leftist controllers. All you have to do is oppose gay marriage, for instance, and that's that.

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Posted by larryc12
24 Nov 2013, 8:35 am

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KarlChilders wrote:
Gods and Religious faith is a creation of MAN

It is not NATURAL nor Instinctive in humanity to seek faith or spirituality

FAITH and spirituality must be TAUGHT

The existence of Religion is sole based upon BRAINWASHING and INDOCTRINATION

TAKE a child from an early age that child will be exposed and taught it's parents faith whatever that may be

Throughout childhood they will be extensively INDOCTRINATED and BRAINWASHED by the parents and that religions teachers the RETURN on this BRAINWASHING is a LIFELONG MEMBER who will BREED MORE to keep the FAITH GOING

Another example is MISSIONARIES these misguided folks thinking that they are saving souls go to REMOTE sections of the world and try to convert INDIGENOUS peoples again here you will find Indoctrination and BRAINWASHING in an efforts to CONVERT yet these indigenous people's already had a spirituality, way of life and centuries old culture that suited them just fine until white man brought their God this is also a VIOLATION of the PRIME DIRECTIVE but that doesn't stop MISSIONARIES from destroying entire cultures.

RELIGION of ALL FAITHS leads to MISERY and WARS much of the world's problems today are directly caused by RELIGION

We must take the initiative to RESTRICT those who PROPAGATE religious faith and inevitably STOP them from spreading that DESTRUCTIVE FAITH for the sake of the world's survival this INSANITY must be stopped at all costs


My, what paranoia. :roll:

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24 Nov 2013, 9:16 am

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Nice bull, Sky. I'm jealous.

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24 Nov 2013, 9:30 am

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Sorry to say, I just can't do it this year. I have a long-time hunting friend who flies doing missionary work in the Bahamas, too, but this house remodel has me clamped down, both work-wise and financially. We'll see how things go for next season. Also, we're both too old to do the climb you did, so we'd have to have an easier venue. Perhaps a cow hunt where we wouldn't have to be so selective? It's the meat that counts, anyway.

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Posted by larryc12
24 Nov 2013, 9:37 am

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KarlChilders wrote:
SORRY you don't believe in FREEDOM from RELIGION

Well keep voting your RIGHT Wing GOONS to power in hopes that they one day IMPOSE a Bible Belt THEOCRACY upon the American People


I believe in freedom OF religion. You don't. Go find some other constitution to live under. Your paranoia about theocracy is pretty laughable.

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24 Nov 2013, 10:46 am

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bigsky wrote:
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Sorry to say, I just can't do it this year. I have a long-time hunting friend who flies doing missionary work in the Bahamas, too, but this house remodel has me clamped down, both work-wise and financially. We'll see how things go for next season. Also, we're both too old to do the climb you did, so we'd have to have an easier venue. Perhaps a cow hunt where we wouldn't have to be so selective? It's the meat that counts, anyway.


man i am with you all the way larry..i quit smoking ten months ago...and have packed on some pretty disgusting pounds...about 50 at last tally...i am going to be making that climb till all that non-smoking weight is gone....but yeah...it is quickly coming that i will not be able to hunt like that either...hopefully i will be able to take my little ones out and do the "death march" to the elk before i am all finished....a dozen or so years...hey i know some great block management land in western montana that would suit you to a "T"....easy walk...about 300 ft elevation changes is all....shallow grade....some good sit and drink coffee and wait hunting spots as well....keep it in mind for next yr....montana will sell out of staters a tag over the counter now...basically...


Thanks, man. That sounds really good, so will keep that in mind. I'd sure like to take one more elk before all is said and done, as would my friend Dave. He and I have been hunting together for over 30 years. He could fly us out there.

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25 Nov 2013, 9:07 am

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bigsky wrote:
danobivins wrote:
I just wanted to head off racist bumping, blacks are little better off these days cuz no money has been spent on the inequality, and little has changed regarding america's unique and large racist attitudes towards blacks.
Anti-black bigotry is uniquely american.
Well, maybe s. africa too.
Bump...


REALLY DANO.........THAT IS FUCKING HILARIOUS....................YOU ARE THE ANTI BLACK...........OH I GET IT....POLLS SHOW BLACKS TURNING THEIR BACKS ON THE DEMOCRAT PARTY.....I SEE....OBAMAS APPROVAL AMONG BLACKS IS AT AN ALL TIME LOW...SO YOU GOTTA RACE BAIT TO GET THEM NIGGERS TO PUT THEIR CHAINS BACK ON DONT YA DANO.....


LOL! Drano has a really uphill battle when it comes to getting anything right. Of course, liars rarely do.

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25 Nov 2013, 9:18 am

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Cannonpointer wrote:
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larryc12 wrote:
Sorry to say, I just can't do it this year. I have a long-time hunting friend who flies doing missionary work in the Bahamas, too, but this house remodel has me clamped down, both work-wise and financially. We'll see how things go for next season. Also, we're both too old to do the climb you did, so we'd have to have an easier venue. Perhaps a cow hunt where we wouldn't have to be so selective? It's the meat that counts, anyway.


man i am with you all the way larry..i quit smoking ten months ago...and have packed on some pretty disgusting pounds...about 50 at last tally...i am going to be making that climb till all that non-smoking weight is gone....but yeah...it is quickly coming that i will not be able to hunt like that either...hopefully i will be able to take my little ones out and do the "death march" to the elk before i am all finished....a dozen or so years...hey i know some great block management land in western montana that would suit you to a "T"....easy walk...about 300 ft elevation changes is all....shallow grade....some good sit and drink coffee and wait hunting spots as well....keep it in mind for next yr....montana will sell out of staters a tag over the counter now...basically...


Keep ME in mind for that hunt as well. It might be me and Larry.

Sorry about whatever I probably said about your mom, Larry.:D


"Probably" seems pretty self-indicting. LOL!

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Posted by larryc12
26 Nov 2013, 8:32 am

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Silverfox wrote:
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I'm just trying to get over the news that you don't hunt in the rain.

I know it requires some adjustments, but is getting wet really such an issue to you? It kind of ruins the macho image ...


hunting in the rain during archery season is never a good idea....care to fathome why? i will educate you a little...

an arrow kills by bleeding out the animal...a bullet kills by shock and trauma
when an animal is shot with an arrow they need enough time to run off and get sick and die
the entrance wound and exit wound drip blood while the animal leaves the area..
you wait an hour or two after shooting an animal with an arrow so as not to jump the wounded animal...causing his adrenaline to keep him or her alive and able to run out of the country
if it is raining it will wash away the blood trail...
if the blood trail gets washed away...retreval is almost 0%


Not everyone would agree. In the rain you can move easier and more quietly and your scent won't carry in the same way.

Yes, you need to be closer and only take shots you can be certain of - perfect kill shots, basically. If you leave them a while, they won't go far and can be tracked later. I guess it does depend on how heavy the rain is and how perfect a shot you take.

However, I will freely admit that I am going more on hearsay than on personal experience - and you must make your own choices based on what works for you. I was an international level field archer (compound barebow) but have little bowhunting experience (hunting with a bow is illegal here and I never wanted to do it anyway, though stalking is fun) - so I'll bow out.


What you say is true, but rain is the last thing any hunter wants even in gun season. I've followed more than one blood trail to a deer where the shot was perfectly placed in the lungs, yet the deer ran off. They won't make it far, but can still disappear into the thick stuff, change directions, and there you are hoping against hope you find it with no blood easily seen. Imagine a bow shot in that rain.

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26 Nov 2013, 9:12 am

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KarlChilders wrote:
One of the driving arguments in the Abortion debate is I Don't Wanna Pay For Other People's Abortions

Well let me CLUE YOU IN on Something EINSTEIN

MOST abortions happen in POOR COMMUNITIES and to prove this point if you do some checking youLL find that the Busiest Planned Parenthood Clinics are located within the nations POOREST ZIP CODES


Pretty much agree - so far.

Now What does that TELL YOU???????

NOW you people are always bitching about welfare & foodstamps and other government services RIGHT

WELL if each Abortion is a ONE TIME fixed cost although some women may have several abortions

Nonetheless if each one of those abortions was CARRIED to TERM is would cost FAR MORE because that child will consume literally tens of thousands in GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS throughout it's childhood



No argument there - it's already going on.

Now the BIG ELEPHANT in the room.... it's a fact that upward mobility in America has been STAGNANT for nearly 3 decades meaning that as adults they will likely REMAIN POOR and low income and GUESS WHAT they will BREED and raise ANOTHER GENERATION of POOR who will likely remain poor and consume Public Assistance and Government Services and another 20 years the cycle REPEATS ITSELF



Yep, sure does, but you unwittingly make the argument against all this. It's people such as you who are the very heart of this problem. Why would anyone change their horsecrap habits of breeding kid after kid when they get paid for it? Leftists want to pay these clowns for breeding - we don't. We will help those who can't help themselves; you will help those that can, but choose not to.

BIRTH Control and Planned ParentHood are starting to look like a REAL BARGAIN after you evaluate the FACTS and see the entire picture


That's a resignation to what is being fostered (by you), however. Your "FACTS" are easily attributable to enabling said behaviors. I'll make a deal with you. You check off a box marked "Use my taxes for abortions and BC"; I'll mark off a box marked "Use my taxes to jail hoodrats that impregnate every woman they can find and then ride off into the sunset". Fair compromise, right?

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26 Nov 2013, 9:33 am

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greatnpowerfuloz wrote:
When is a human a human? When it can survive outside the womb either on its own or with some temporary assistance.



Right. "We value the fetus that can survive outside the woman; we don't value the fetus that can't...because it can't" LOL!

"Let's be sure to kill it before it CAN survive outside that womb!"

I just love how you progressives decide what's what. Now the fetus is not even a human until you decide it is. Unbelieveable.

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26 Nov 2013, 9:43 am

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greatnpowerfuloz wrote:
Str8edge (Devry) and RichClem.

RichClem is here and I'm enjoying dunking his head in his own shit-filled toilet.


:D I love how you leftists make these proclamations.

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26 Nov 2013, 5:59 pm

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Annoyed Liberall wrote:
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greatnpowerfuloz wrote:
Str8edge (Devry) and RichClem.

RichClem is here and I'm enjoying dunking his head in his own shit-filled toilet.


:D I love how you leftists make these proclamations.

Welcome aboard Larry.
You finish that house yet? :)


Nope, but the dining room is all but finished. My neighbor and I made the crown molding, baseboard, window casings and we made our dining table, added walls, subtracted walls, installed a new laundry center off the dining room/kitchen, installed new laminate, installed new appliances in the kitchen. The kitchen just needs the lower cabinets stained and polyed and the new countertop (tiling in ourselves), disposer, and sink put in. Right now we're working on the upstairs bathroom. We made a new vanity cabinet, got the new whirlpool tub installed, and the walls around it prepped for tile. Once the tile is in and shower and sink are installed, the bathroom will be done. If you knew my wife, you'd know why this is taking so long. Today, for example, we tore a wall out to add a small hallway leading to the bathroom from outside our bedroom. Terrible mess. But my wife loves it all and is trying to get the craftsman style look anywhere she can. I guess it will be really nice if I don't drop over from a heart attack first. :(

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26 Nov 2013, 6:17 pm

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Annoyed Liberall wrote:
What the hell kind of teacher writes something like that?


Probably should not have, but why on earth should a teacher have to write a letter to tell parents their kid stinks, in the first place? All I say should be done here is to sit down with the teacher and tell to her use more professional language - a warning, as such. In the meantime, those parents can go pound sand. I have always said that parents are more the problem in our education system than any teachers (at least those teachers that stick to fundamental education), so here are parents more worried about a word in a letter than what their kid is causing in the classroom. :x

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27 Nov 2013, 7:44 am

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bigsky wrote:
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Sucks either way.

Good that it isn't the elk. Means you can eat it when you're all well again :)


i am not getting as sick as everyone else in the family...it only lasts a day anyway...not that big a deal.. thanks though


I seriously doubt it's the flu then. Usually stomach symptoms like those are due to something ingested. Flu is a virus where the symptoms are cough, fever, sore throat - things like that, and it certainly lasts well more than a day. I could be wrong, however.