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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
Hogs, bears,turkeys, dogs, you name it.
Aw c'mon, you can't picture just grabbing by their little squiggly tail and cutting a slice of ham off?
Dang, this isn't the salacious scene from Deliverance, is it?
Hi Shoganai, your thoughts...copied, pasted, saved.....
what is this? "Nana korobi ya oki "
That is one more time up than down.....good on ya.
I like this one...Literally: Even monkees fall from trees
In China, we say "How to do?". Red lights are just for reference....ha ha.
Mine was too! Lots of old 8mm home movies of them blowing shit up
Any invasive species in the wild should be designated as fair game for hunting, free of charge (no license), with no limit and at any time of the year. That would go a long way towards curtailing them, reduce their population and help restore the local, natural eco-system. But that soultion would be too simple and when has the federal government ever adopted a simple solution?
Aren't "people" the ones encroaching on the animals "natural Eco-System"? I'm no tree hugger, but there's a lot more people I'd like to be designated as fair game than some animals.
What is natural about breeding russian boars with wild north american pigs?
The wild pigs we have here in the Southeast are not an indigenous species. They reproduce like crazy, destroy crops and tear up the forests.
I do agree with you though. We need an idiot hunting season.
Feral hogs can be hunted without restriction in most counties of NC EXCEPT the mountain counties of Western NC. In those counties they are called wild boar and are considered a game animal with a hunting season. But they cause so much damage that the season is often ignored by local landowners.
I thought that's what the Dragon is for?
ADVR would lose it's most entertaining members.
Didn't the Vanderbilt's do this in order to have some gentlemanly hunting opportunities?
It is a wonderful place to chat with folks, see and hear all kinds of interesting stuff.
I have actually ridden the road a number of times. People go there for a myriad of reasons, most of which are not for the sake of attention.
Awesome a shipmate!! Nice to see the Coast Guard represented!