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    Maybe you can share a good recipe for Coyote stew then?

    Being a Cajun by birth, I've taken my share (and probably yours) of everything that swims or crawls. However I've never taken anything out of season (though I've known quite a few subsistence hunters who have) but that's a different issue, as they live quite differently from us. However I don't think I could pull the trigger on the last known member of a species. I think I'd take one of my own kind first - or turn the gun around. I've known a few that "needed killin" who I would happily show the kindness. If I was hungry enough, I could probably choke them down too. Like combat, one can only know how one will behave when faced with the situation at hand.

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    I asked my broker where to put my money. He said canned food and ammo.
    I think I'll just invest in ammo. Roasted zombies are mighty tasty you know.
    Especially the young and tender ones. Napalm sticks to kids!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Cow View Post
    Good on you. Just tell your complainers to get bent, and secretly feed them the game you collected. I do it to my hippie Parents all the time and get much joy telling the chicken they are munching on was actually the rabbit they saw getting fattened up in the cage out back.
    Why, you're a riot! A regular jokester.
    I'd love to serve you a thing or two and say it's liverwurst on toast.

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    Well, the fact that there are animals in the woods to look at is because hunters buy tags, the majority of whom hunt because they can, not because they have to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENESSE View Post
    Why, you're a riot! A regular jokester.
    I'd love to serve you a thing or two and say it's liverwurst on toast.
    Been there, done that. I have eaten big fat juicy bugs, worms and things that crawl on the ground. Unless its poo, I will try just about anything.

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    Hey, don't knock poo! Cat poo coffee is some of the best I've ever had.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kopi_Luwak

    Chip
    I asked my broker where to put my money. He said canned food and ammo.
    I think I'll just invest in ammo. Roasted zombies are mighty tasty you know.
    Especially the young and tender ones. Napalm sticks to kids!

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    Wow...how did I miss this thread....Not all Montanans share these same beliefs, so I wish I would have got involved in this debate earlier....and go ahead- try to challenge my Montana creds....lol.....
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    Good to see you around Dogman. Most of the Montanans you refer to got scared off by this thread. I think they must have moved there from France.
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