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  • #16
    I have had anti-hunters in my Hunter Ed classes before. The most disturbing thing to me was they always made the highest scores on the final test. I always figured they were learning as much as they could about hunting so they could prepare to twist it around and use it against us. They were always well behaved, polite, never combative about issues and unless I had known in advance on information from the County Conservation Officer I would have never known they were anti-hunters.

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    • #17

      Sarge, Bambi Lovers must be polite and nice in West Virginia but in New Jersey they are nasty, mean, venomous, loud vulgar mouth law breakers.

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      • #18
        Sarge BTW,
        I got two mason bottles of Georgia shine.
        Water mellon and apple pie flavors for the Holidays.

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        • #19
          Gary,
          There are a lot of types that know that must act polite and nice while in the hills of West Virginia. We have deep hollows that people have been lost in and have never been seen again. A lot of old timers around here still don't take a fancy to outsiders.

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          • #20
            Gary,
            BTW I'm not into the flavors much just the straight stuff.

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            • #21
              Sarge, northern beggars can't be choosy on shine when it is made in the mountains of the southern states.

              You live in the shine capital of the world and can choose your shine.

              I will take whatever I can get my hands on and be happy, with no questions asked. LOL

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              • #22
                If they want to pay 40 years worth or app fees to get a az sheep hunt be my guess. They then also have to pay for the tag. In the end the only thing they will have done is waste a tag, their money, time, and the next year there will be an extra tag in that unit

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