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Old 01-23-2014, 10:57 PM
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I'm not sure I've seen someone profess their intelligence in such an incoherent way.

Im a sloppy at typing and was on my way to supper because I was hungry as hell.......but if you cant read between the sloppy typed lines..especially on an internet bulletin board...I feel for ya son.
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Old 01-23-2014, 11:03 PM
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So called overcrowding: Example. You own a house and yard...size of yard doesnt matter....and the lush green grass in the yard is fenced in..!

Within that yard live 4 rabbets....nice fat bunnies that reproduce...and each year YOU also reduce the size of the yard thats enclose!

Soon that yard is now 20 x 20...then 16 x 16...then goes to 10 x 10...but wait!! each year the bunny population goes from 4 to 8 to 12 to 16 to 32..

Before long we have an OVER POPULATION of cute little bunnies...and if we dont start selling some...killing some..eating some....even having the neighbors feast on bunny meat...we are going to be asshole deep to a Mongolian in BUNNIES!

Anyone see any analogy between the backyard bunnies and the "big 5" that live in Aftrica??
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Old 01-23-2014, 11:11 PM
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US Fish and wildlife service has responded to the hunt in question. Makes for interesting reading. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - International Affairs Unlike Sully, they are aware of the conservation activities being undertaken by the Namibian government in detail. Take note of the date, this has been ongoing for 10 years and apparently there are still excess rhinos to be culled... But according to sloppy Sully, these people and the FWS must all be dopes that need to be culled...

Q: Why did the Service issue a permit for the import of a black rhino sport-hunted trophy in March 2013?
A:
In 2003, Namibia instituted the “Black Rhino Conservation Strategy for Namibia” with very specific management goals in the areas of range expansion, biological management, protection, policy and legislative framework, capacity-building and sustainability. As part of this strategy, Namibia authorized an annual harvest of five post-reproductive male black rhinos. The removal of limited numbers of males has been shown to stimulate population growth in some areas. Removing specific individuals from a population can result in reduced male fighting, shorter calving intervals, and reduced juvenile mortality.

All known black rhinos in Namibia are ear-notched to assist in identification and monitoring. This ear-notching system makes it possible for the Namibian Government to select specific individuals for culling based on age, reproductive status, and other factors that may contribute to the overall health of the population.

Further, the Namibian government requires a significant contribution to the Game Products Trust Fund (GPTF) for any sport hunting of black rhino to ensure that revenue is directed towards conservation. Money accrued from trophy hunting of black rhinos has been used to fund annual black rhino counts, improved rhino crime investigation and prosecution, and to ensure the traceability of all rhino horn owned by Namibia.

The permit issued in March 2013 applied to a black rhino taken in Namibia in 2009 in accordance with a scientifically-based selection process within Namibia’s national strategy and with significant funds ($175,000) directed to the GPTF. We found that the importation of that sport-hunted black rhino trophy did enhance the survival of the species.
However, the issuance of that permit does not guarantee the issuance of future permits for the import of black rhino sport-hunted trophies from Namibia or elsewhere. The review of any future applications will be based on the eligibility of the applicant, biological data of the specific black rhino being hunted, as well as any new information available at the time the application is received.
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Old 01-23-2014, 11:32 PM
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So called overcrowding: Example. You own a house and yard...size of yard doesnt matter....and the lush green grass in the yard is fenced in..!

Within that yard live 4 rabbets....nice fat bunnies that reproduce...and each year YOU also reduce the size of the yard thats enclose!

Soon that yard is now 20 x 20...then 16 x 16...then goes to 10 x 10...but wait!! each year the bunny population goes from 4 to 8 to 12 to 16 to 32..

Before long we have an OVER POPULATION of cute little bunnies...and if we dont start selling some...killing some..eating some....even having the neighbors feast on bunny meat...we are going to be asshole deep to a Mongolian in BUNNIES!

Anyone see any analogy between the backyard bunnies and the "big 5" that live in Aftrica??
Sew know yiv get a POPULATION problem. Whit do ya siggest yo do? Kill eff you kneebors hoe are casing yer yaird to bee smell? member ya wore der first. Or...... keel some cut binnies? Oh..... en if ya let peeple cum n choot ya binnies ya can get $15,000 pair binnie. I shore as yell wood allow peeple to choot my binnies and make sum monie rather than keel my kneebors end go to some chit whole prizon in South America. I'd bee a binnie guide fo sho.
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Old 01-23-2014, 11:39 PM
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South America was a typo...but Id have thought you could figure out where it was I was meaning...but then again......
I figured out where you meant. I've had some practice as my five year old gets her continents confused some times as well. Only, she doesn't run around professing how smart she is because she's read a lot of books or watched a lot of cartoons.
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Old 01-24-2014, 08:45 AM
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Sew know yiv get a POPULATION problem. Whit do ya siggest yo do? Kill eff you kneebors hoe are casing yer yaird to bee smell? member ya wore der first. Or...... keel some cut binnies? Oh..... en if ya let peeple cum n choot ya binnies ya can get $15,000 pair binnie. I shore as yell wood allow peeple to choot my binnies and make sum monie rather than keel my kneebors end go to some chit whole prizon in South America. I'd bee a binnie guide fo sho.
After reading THIS....I dont think you have grounds to call another person a poor speller or poor typist. I think you need to go back to the 5th grade and start over
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Old 01-24-2014, 12:05 PM
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Only, she doesn't run around professing how smart she is because she's read a lot of books or watched a lot of cartoons.
You have never seen ( or heard) me allude to how smart I might be, act or speak. But I DO know enough about certain animals in Africa to fully understand the bullshit spred by a small minority
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