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Old 06-28-2021, 02:46 PM
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He posted..... "The average man, strong enough to deer hunt in the first place, should be able to lift a gutted doe or yearling buck of any lesser North American deer species (whitetail, mule, blacktail) onto a truck"

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I guess he is learning something as this was pointed out to him here not too long ago.

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Old 06-28-2021, 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Bocajnala View Post
. "The average man, strong enough to deer hunt in the first place, should be able to lift a gutted doe or yearling buck of any lesser North American deer species (whitetail, mule, blacktail) onto a truck"

Copied from the other forum.

I guess he is learning something as this was pointed out to him here not too long ago.

-Jake
yeah most of the info he got on the other site was stated here first
, so I dion't know if he is learning anything at all
as he's been getting same info, yet doesn't seem to show any advancement in l;earning much or attempting to do anything hands on!

just a lot of typing and posting yourtube videos
over putting any actual time in the outdoors attempting to learn anything from actually doing anything he asks about!

a shame, as if he honestly has desire to HUNT< all he is doing is wasting time he will never get back to start learning and doing!, ain't no one getting any younger!
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Old 06-28-2021, 03:28 PM
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Since we know he is a troll, why is he still here? Give him the chop!!
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Originally Posted by mrbb View Post
yeah most of the info he got on the other site was stated here first
, so I dion't know if he is learning anything at all
as he's been getting same info, r!
He posted that quoted part. So he must be learning lol.

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Old 06-28-2021, 03:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Oldtimr View Post
Since we know he is a troll, why is he still here? Give him the chop!!
He's just odd. Nothing wrong with it, just different. Feel free to ignore him. Or enjoy the entertainment value he brings.

He isn't breaking any rules.

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He's boosted mrbb's post count by about a hundred already.



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Old 06-28-2021, 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Bocajnala View Post
He's boosted mrbb's post count by about a hundred already.



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HAHA I agree he's not yet worth removing from the site
he's sort of some entertainment to some of us!
he;s also keeping the site active when never hurts!
I learned long ago, to not get upset over words on a screen, and if anyone does, they should just stop reading those that upset them,. life is too short to be upset over nonsense!
who know's maybe some, day he will be better at posting?? after all he's getting lots of replies?
maybe somewhat negative one's, but is getting replies from folks Trying to help him
kinda shows there are GOOD folks here on this site !
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He's about the only one posting any actual hunting threads.

Glad to have him

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