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The animal rights people are at it again

Postby CallMaker » Wed Jan 27, 2010 5:11 pm

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Re: The animal rights people are at it again

Postby Greywolf » Wed Jan 27, 2010 6:31 pm

Well, well, well. That just prompted me to just now buy a nice beaver fur pelt and I'm gonna make me a fur hat like T.O. made.

I posted a reply, then noticed I was 5,579th person to post a comment.

BTW, if anyone is crazy enough to skin a fox while it's still alive, please let me know..... that's one rodeo I want to watch.
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Re: The animal rights people are at it again

Postby CallMaker » Wed Jan 27, 2010 6:44 pm

Mr. Weir has a web site, I stopped in and offered my congratulations regarding his stance on the fur issue.

I'm with you on the fox skinning Mark :rolf: :rolf:
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Re: The animal rights people are at it again

Postby Jesse Minish » Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:27 pm

It amazes me how stupid some people really are! :o
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Re: The animal rights people are at it again

Postby Jesse Minish » Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:28 pm

Oh if you have enough fir left make me a hat please.
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Re: The animal rights people are at it again

Postby JMartin » Sun Mar 21, 2010 11:54 am

:x Good grief.
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Re: The animal rights people are at it again

Postby JakeLevi » Sun Apr 18, 2010 7:16 am

They will always be with us,

stuck on stupid.

I am always surprised any can leave the house without getting run over.
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Re: The animal rights people are at it again

Postby Greywolf » Sun Apr 18, 2010 12:32 pm

Like Ron White says in his show "Ya can't fix stupid"

I use to be a Hunter Education Instructor for the State of Hawaii. I had the Privilege of having the Vice president of the Hawaii chapter of Peta attend our class along with the Director of the Hawaii Humane society. I said to the Director,"you look familiar" she said I work at the Humane society. I said ok class here's a question for you,
How long is it that the Humane society keeps a animal before it's put down? I got 3-4 guesses, then I said ok it's safe to say it all depends.
Now let me ask you this... How many animals were adopted last year? the room fell silent. I said people are quick to judge the bad things, even when they don't know the correct answer.
Then I ask for the answer to each question from the director which she provided.... I then ask how many hunting licenses were sold in Hawaii last year? after a short on the hour break... I informed them the Humane society puts down more animals in a month than total licenses sold in a year in Hawaii.

I never even acknowledged the VP of Peta, and class went on. After class she came up and introduced herself. She said she was mislead to what hunters do and how things were in our world. I ask her, If she would like,I'd take her hunting with me and she would have to do everything correctly as far as hunting , and when it came time to pull the trigger or drop the bowstring I'd say "Bang" instead of killing the animal in front of her, If and when we were in position to actually kill the animal.

I wanted to show her there wasn't a animal behind every tree or frolicking in a bed of wild flowers like in the movies.
She never did take me up on my offer. But, she did send a thank you letter for a great class to the H.E. program and she also informed us she resigned as VP of Peta a week later.
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Re: The animal rights people are at it again

Postby JakeLevi » Mon Apr 19, 2010 7:29 am

Well done !!

That counts a big one.

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Re: The animal rights people are at it again

Postby Olschool » Mon Apr 19, 2010 7:56 am

JakeLevi wrote:Well done !!

That counts a big one.

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What he said!
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