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Old 08-10-2006, 02:57 AM   #21
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Those rocks were licked clean within a day.
Sounds like this needs to be quoted in the "Dirty Homebrew Terms"
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Old 08-10-2006, 03:04 AM   #22
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I'd like to use my air rifle on them when they do that,
Don't do that! The'll become gun-shy and harder to harvest/murder.

Beer Snob: I wasn't going to touch that one....

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Old 08-10-2006, 03:08 AM   #23
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Beer Snob: I wasn't going to touch that one....

Don't know whats come about me... been in this smarta$$ mood for days
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but SWMBO does not mind and she is the one who fills that thing up.
You, of course, mean the bird feeder and not the air rifile right?
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Maybe I missed it, but after feeding my dogs spent grains and smelling their farts for the next day, I'm surprised nobody has talked about deer farts, or maybe deer beer farts.....

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I wouldn't dare to do that with my grains. Canadian Geese are such a problem in my area that it's now a $500 fine if you're caught twice putting food on the ground. Nasty, dirty birds. They're pests.

As for you hunters - get a better hobby than something that involves ruining what would otherwise be an absolutely perfect day for a deer. If you're going to hunt them, be men about it and use a knife.

I have no interest in venison. Not when my father-in-law raises corn-fed black angus beef. Not the kind you find at the butcher shop, the kind that's only sold to steak houses.

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As for you hunters - get a better hobby than something that involves ruining what would otherwise be an absolutely perfect day for a deer. If you're going to hunt them, be men about it and use a knife.

Hey buddy, you don't know how depressed the deer up here are. Some of them even live near Edmonton!
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I wouldn't dare to do that with my grains. Canadian Geese are such a problem in my area that it's now a $500 fine if you're caught twice putting food on the ground. Nasty, dirty birds. They're pests.

As for you hunters - get a better hobby than something that involves ruining what would otherwise be an absolutely perfect day for a deer. If you're going to hunt them, be men about it and use a knife.

I have no interest in venison. Not when my father-in-law raises corn-fed black angus beef. Not the kind you find at the butcher shop, the kind that's only sold to steak houses.
Wait I detect a double standard:

What about the beef cattle farmers? Those cows think they are going inside to eat or to cool off. Next thing you know the walls close in aroung your head and a man with a huge knife cuts your throat ear to ear. The las thing you say is "MOOOOOOOOOOOOO!"

That is better than hunting? (rhetorical question). Besides Venison is much leaner than beef. It also makes better jerky!

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For most people, they don't even know where their last steak or chicken came from (not even what state), who butchered it, what sanitary conditions were, what it's diet consisted of, etc. I know where my venison came from, what it ate...and I know the butcher real well...ME! Heck, I even know where that deer took a dump!

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What about the beef cattle farmers? Those cows think they are going inside to eat or to cool off. Next thing you know the walls close in aroung your head and a man with a huge knife cuts your throat ear to ear. The las thing you say is "MOOOOOOOOOOOOO!"

That is better than hunting? (rhetorical question). Besides Venison is much leaner than beef. It also makes better jerky!

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No, they shoot a lot of them in the head these days before they're throats are slit, so they don't even notice they're dying.

I've had plenty of venison in my day. None of it even sort of compares with great beef.
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