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Watch out for deer wearing orange vests...

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Re: Watch out for deer wearing orange vests...

charge him as an adult and the grandfather as a contributor. that is freakin absurd that he would shoot.

at the minimum he should be banned from any type of weapon forever
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Re: Watch out for deer wearing orange vests...

If it helps, I didn't have seconds.

And then there's this asshole...
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Re: Watch out for deer wearing orange vests...

At least they didn't field dress him. ****tards.

I do all my own stunts.
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Re: Watch out for deer wearing orange vests...

umm thats kind of f'd up. I think they should both go down the knew what they were doin'. or maybe gramps was giving little "Jhonny" a feel up in those woods and his finger slipped the trigger.
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Re: Watch out for deer wearing orange vests...

I remember one particular Christmas vividly as we got a horrible phone call. My dad's high school buddy took his two sons out with him hunting on Christmas morning. The dad and oldest son went to get a deer they had shot, and told the 5yo to stay put in the blind. They were gone longer than planned, and the 5yo, as 5yo's will do, got restless and started wandering around, we presume looking for his Dad. Another hunter in the area saw some movement in the bushes, and fired one shot without having a clear view.

I am not even going to try and assign blame I will just say that Chrismas has never really been the same for a number of families.
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Bunch of ****ing inbred retards in that part of the world. Let them keep killing each other. Clear the hurd so to speak. Happy ****ing new year.
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Just as many in your part of the world, ****tard.

It's amazing that an inbred person such as myself has the capability to keep this site running.

(And it's "herd", not "hurd".)
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Re: Watch out for deer wearing orange vests...

It is a crappy situation no matter what happens. Blame doesn't bring anyone back.

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Just as many in your part of the world, ****tard.
..actually more.

why put off today what you can wake up late and forget to do tomorrow.

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Re: Watch out for deer wearing orange vests...

Oh and actually don't feel too bad...in comparison, things could be worse.

why put off today what you can wake up late and forget to do tomorrow.

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why put off today what you can wake up late and forget to do tomorrow.

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Think he meant thin the heard. Eh...

Still, someone lost their life by doing all the right things. Sad, the boy must feel horrible as the grandfather.
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Think he meant thin the heard. Eh...
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We shouldn't just focus on the negatives here...I mean the grandson has a solid base for a profitable career in organized crime.

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Re: Watch out for deer wearing orange vests...

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Just as many in your part of the world, ****tard.

It's amazing that an inbred person such as myself has the capability to keep this site running.

(And it's "herd", not "hurd".)
Your right it is herd.

And in my part of the world I don't hear about nearly as many hunting accidents where the idiots hunting shoot into the brush without actually looking to see what they are shooting at. Seems the worse cases of this are in Wisconsin and throughout the Appalachian range.

And I never said inbreds couldn't run a website or be president.

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