Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by fletch920, Feb 7, 2019.
We have gone from gender confusion to species confusion. I now identify as a wolf and can hunt and kill elk without the restrictions of seasons and tags. PETA loves me. I have won the 4D chess game.
There are down sides...
Its illegal to hunt wolves in Oregon. I am a wolf there.
NR tags are pricey too. Good choice. Watch out for the SSS rednecks.
oh, yeah that's effective. We never illegally shoot wolves in WI.
....Said no WI farmer ever.
(I am not a WI farmer, nor have I ever shot a wolf. This post is intended for sarcasm purposes only.)
I know a Wisconsin farmer who has shot a wolf. They had a wolf kill on the farm the Gov't official came out and said it was a coyote kill. So the next night when there was a ruckus he came out shooting. The coyote must have switched places with a wolf.
You also don't have dirt on the Clintons. Cover all your bases.
would be a shame if I committed suicide.
In February last year, my buddy found a dead wolf at the entrance to his easement. Bullet hole through the rib cage. FWIW, my buddy does not live on his property he uses it for hunting -related purposes only and was only going up there to shed hunt and check cams.
He called the DNR...Sure enough, he got the business from the investigator. After awhile I guess the officer believed him that he didn't do the shooting and said that most of the time someone calls them on an illegal wolf kill it's the person who pulled the trigger trying to cover their rear ends.
Wisconsin wolf season opened yesterday. The WDNR had to be sued to get it open. See link ...... 60 killed so far.
Yeah, but my three-year-old could win a land war in Asia and the Sicilian will beg for death before the end comes.
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