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5 hours ago, void said:

Trump repealed protections for hibernating bears, so now you can shoot them. Who is this helping? Honestly? 

These two douche bags:

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Always ask yourself how does this decision benefit Trump's family first, his businesses second, his donors third, Russia fourth, and the rest of the world last.

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I never really understood the whole hunting thing at all. I guess I can see why if you did, hunting something like that is the ultimate prize. But isn't that a leopard? Because they're listed as threaten species. I know a road that's littered with deer at night. They should come do something helpful instead.

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Elephants are overpopulated in this area and there is therefore a regulated hunting going on to reduce starvation and destruction of the habitat.

Cutting of the tale is done as a sign of respect to the fallen animal, and the tail hair is used to make bracelets by the locals.

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  • 2 months later...

currently reading the healthcare bill

"“Save Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security without cuts. Have to do it,” he said then. “Get rid of the fraud. Get rid of the waste and abuse, but save it. People have been paying it for years. And now many of these candidates want to cut it. You save it by making the United States, by making us rich again, by taking back all of the money that’s being lost.” -Trump during his campaign announcement

 

interesting....

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6 hours ago, Che'_Moderator said:

What about medium cats? Mt. Lion, NA panther, so on?

Aren't there less than 300 FL panthers?  What is the thrill of killing a cat that is not eating your neighborhood birds?

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2 hours ago, ErikS said:

Aren't there less than 300 FL panthers?  What is the thrill of killing a cat that is not eating your neighborhood birds?

They're not super common, but not rare in this area either. Ones I have seen I will bust with a beanbag or rock salt and not see them again. We have had a couple horses come back with scratches on them though. 

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