Wolf Hat Trick!

Discussion in 'Wolf Hunting' started by kimberyote, Oct 30, 2019.


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  1. mtmuley

    mtmuley Well-Known Member

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    Nope. I'm not a dumba$$ either. Pitcher is. mtmuley
     
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  2. Len Backus

    Len Backus Administrator Staff Member

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    mtmuley

    Clean up your language immediately

    WARNING
     
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  3. mtmuley

    mtmuley Well-Known Member

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    My apologies to all. Will not happen again. mtmuley
     
  4. HARPERC

    HARPERC Well-Known Member

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    I do it as well. If it has a place in proper grammar, I didn't learn it either. An older member had trouble with longer strings of words, and I started spreading things out a bit.

    Also, if I don't use an entire quote, to replace the sentences I don't use.
     
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  5. 26Reload

    26Reload Well-Known Member

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    Well....i could say it is an itchy trigger finger...but it's my thumb....
    And I do it texting and emailing.....sometimes I even do it on paper......
    And if it a long string.....i might mean it as laughter.....
    Keeps me from picking my nose.......
     
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  6. jbs2014

    jbs2014 Well-Known Member

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    Just curious, have any of you seen a wolf or coyote behave in a domesticated dog-like manner? Would a wolf or a coyote lay down next to a pack that clearly had a human scent all over it?
     
  7. Mram10us

    Mram10us Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    I might have misread but we don’t have guys defending this guy killing someone’s German shepherds, right?
     
  8. PredatorSlayer

    PredatorSlayer Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately there are guys defending the guy that killed a couple German Shepherds on this thread :( unbelievable...
     
  9. PredatorSlayer

    PredatorSlayer Well-Known Member

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    And no, I have never had a coyote or wolf curl up next to my pack while I was out hunting them....
     
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  10. Mram10us

    Mram10us Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    My wife and I own German shepherds and I can tell you anyone shooting our dogs will end up changed for life. Anyone condoning that is a sicko and will get theirs
     
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  11. PredatorSlayer

    PredatorSlayer Well-Known Member

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    I dont have shepherds, but have a GSP that is part of the family. He is my buddy - he wandered off a couple years ago and was gone over night (he was intact and was out chasing females) and he got lost. We were out all night looking for him. My point is crap happens, I was so grateful for the farmer who called me and reunited us. He could have been a Dbag and thought he was a wolf and shot him. My GSP was relieved too - he slept for like 24 hours when we got him home and hasnt wandered off since.
     
  12. kimberyote

    kimberyote Well-Known Member

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    Im not justifying this guy. What I am justifying is dog owners that knowingly let their dogs run wildlife on a continuous basis, and then denying that said dog owners actually do run wildlife, then all bets are off.
     
  13. Mram10us

    Mram10us Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    There is zero justification for gunning down pets while they are laying next to your pack. Even hitchens and dawkins, as twisted as their beliefs are, wouldn’t condone that.
     
  14. kimberyote

    kimberyote Well-Known Member

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    A lot of pet owners think their pets are sacred and infallible, like little, furry Popes, no matter how much destruction they are guilty of.
     
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