Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Doctor Ingenious, Dec 11, 2007.
He gone done shot it! wahOO!
I'm just not sure why this is that impressive.
Way to go, kid, you shot something that didn't know it was supposed to be hiding.
Is this one of those "hunts" where they let the animal out of a cage 50 feet away and pump lead into it after three minutes of freedom?
Call me when the kid can do it with a muzzleloader.
Meh, he's behind, Davy Crockett killed a bear when he was 3.
which means he'll be 52 when he comes across the alamo?
I always thought the guy who sang that said "bar" instead of "bear". That would have been one GIN-soaked toddler.
Besides getting drunk, I've never understood the pleasure in recreational hunting. Rather stupid if you ask me.
Uh-oh... can of worms = opened.
He did say "bar", which is redneck for "bear." Kinda like how "tar" is "tire" and "far" is "fire".
And sister = wife.
I've always figured if hunting is going to justify its "sport" claim then there has to be some real challenge. If a 2.5-year-old can kill a dear and 5-year-old can kill a 400lb bear, then a hunter of peak age and ability has to kill bears with a pocket knife, or the bears get head-mounted lasers. At the very least this would all make for good youtube.
Is this legal? What do people get out of killing animals? Especially using guns.
If they were legit, they'd fight the animal naked and without weapons.
I hope they're not eating a bear.
Is it legal? Asks the guy from the home of seal clubbing...
I keed, I keed. And I'm with you on legit hunting--man up and go toe to toe fairly. I'm still hoping for Jurassic Park to be real one day so that I can hunt raptors with a baseball bat with nails.
I did just come home from Seal Clubbing :
Quite fun if I do say so myself.
I love it!
People complain about that? Damn, looks like fun.
If it was with his bare hands, then I would be impressed.
Guns are cheating! .... wait a minute, that says he killed deer when he was 2 1/2, who let's a 2 1/2 yr old have a gun?!
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