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Socialism is for those who have abandoned all hope of success in their lives and now have resorted to hiring someone to take other people's possessions, by threat of force, for their own survival.


Hmmmmmmmmm. Sounds just like neoconservatism?
 
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Bruce, have you now taken up small-game hunting? Big Grin



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Oh I thought I was on your ignore list! Not another lie that you vomitted out of your love hole is it, Mounteddoug?

Not that it matters dumbass, but I've never been on a guided trip in my life. My hunts were with friends (definition available at Dictionary.com since blowhards like you don't have any except for the make believe buddies on the internet. Oh, and those guys you sell your services to for a bottle of wine and a pack of Winstons aren't your friends.) from Whitefish and Libby.

None of my hunting rifles have breaks but if I was hunting with you and thought it would hurt your sensibilities I would certainly have one installed.
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I'll bet you got some kinda BIG ELK-GER-STOMPER Magnum huh?
Not sure what kind of lithium induced babble that is but if a .300 Win Mag falls into that catagory, then yeah I got one. If they're too loud or kick too much for you're whithered ass then I'm sorry maybe you should stick to that paintball gun your mom got you for Christmas.

Not sure who you're trying to impress with the weather report but we've had just as much snow and as low of temperatures here. Again my response to your comments are the same as to most of what you have to say. Big Fucking Deal! You sit there all snuggled into your mountains and tell us all how tuff it is. Roll Eyes Try working outside on 12 hour shifts in Glendive, Wolf Point or Browning when it's 30 below and wind is gusting between 30 and 60 mph. Unfortunately, you'll never get the chance all tucked away in your mom's house collecting your SSD checks from your chemical dependency problems. Those who've actually worked in the mountains and the plains know that Bozeman is like Miami compared to being out in the open without a tree to break the wind for 50 miles. So please spare me your hardship stories. Tell them to someone that has lived in Florida all of their life and see if they are impressed with your greatness. If in fact you are even in Bozeman. For all anyone knows you're living in some group home in Cleveland. All the bragging and posturing you do just serves to call into question every piece of dribble that spews from you're keyboard.
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I can't wait for ground hogs have a Haydon built 221 in a remington #7 my boys have it dialed in and are getting excited also! anyone eles?
 
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Socialism is for those who have abandoned all hope of success in their lives and now have resorted to hiring someone to take other people's possessions, by threat of force, for their own survival.


Hmmmmmmmmm. Sounds just like neoconservatism?


Oh good, now MontDuhhhhhggy's pals have followed him in here. Queers, commies, and crat lovers seem to run in packs. animal


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.221??????????????? you guys and tour big bores! HA! - .17AH Rules


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Hey Doug - Life is getting better all the time. On the mend- finally, Ahhhh----large cased .17's - not my bag, but of course, fill your boots. I"ve got to get my new PacNor on the CZ for Spring - nothing pressing, until I leave it too long.

Been shooting more black powder of late than anything - about every Sunday when it's warmer than -10- if I shoot the litle .32 squirrel rifle - I get almost 200 shots per pound - that's 3 shoots on a pound of powder instead of a single day as with the 14 bore rifle.

Give your most lovely wife a hug and a kiss for me.


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This has got you be the funniest argument I've ever heard. An animal (cat, dog, whatever) that is causing a problem on a property that the animal doesn't belong on is concidered free game. If a dog takes a gamebird the owner is held responsable. Why should a cat be concidered any different. If these animals are someones pets the owners should not be alowing them to cause problems on other people's property. We've had neighbor's dogs chasing cattle time after time. The neighbor was informed of the problem 3 times. After that we took care of the problem. If there is a nusance animal then take care of the problem and keep your mouth shut (cats, dogs, pigs, bulls, whatever). There is too much talk these days about "well should we or shouldn't we..." this is why pet owners let there animals run wild in the first place because everyone is to afraid to say NO to them. We don't need a vote to figure out than wild cats should be controlled! Cats are not on the endangered species list nor will they ever be. Now lets all go hunting. horse


Do I get to shoot your horse or cattle when they get into my pasture?
 
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This has got you be the funniest argument I've ever heard. An animal (cat, dog, whatever) that is causing a problem on a property that the animal doesn't belong on is concidered free game. If a dog takes a gamebird the owner is held responsable. Why should a cat be concidered any different. If these animals are someones pets the owners should not be alowing them to cause problems on other people's property. We've had neighbor's dogs chasing cattle time after time. The neighbor was informed of the problem 3 times. After that we took care of the problem. If there is a nusance animal then take care of the problem and keep your mouth shut (cats, dogs, pigs, bulls, whatever). There is too much talk these days about "well should we or shouldn't we..." this is why pet owners let there animals run wild in the first place because everyone is to afraid to say NO to them. We don't need a vote to figure out than wild cats should be controlled! Cats are not on the endangered species list nor will they ever be. Now lets all go hunting. horse


Do I get to shoot your horse or cattle when they get into my pasture?
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What about the5 small five
Damara Dik-Dik; Duiker;Steenbuck;Klip Springer;
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A 70 year old lady, who was a very good shot, told me that most hunters don't like cats because they are intimidated by the cats hunting instinct and skill. She said find a hunter who has a pet cat or two and you'll find a very good hunter, one who is secure in his trade.
 
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