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Should Doctor Death Post His Hunting Diary Again This Year?

Old 10-03-2008, 09:20 AM
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I do not see anything wrong with it.
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Old 10-03-2008, 10:05 AM
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dd, please do not worry too much about these yankees on the forums. i really want you to post your diary, i liked it last year. i dont know why there are so many gay people on here that think their cool for their critiquing you but w/e
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Old 10-03-2008, 10:26 AM
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Id say if you want to post it, post it, but do us a favor and put it in the regional forum where you are located. For the majority of us, your experiences don't help us. For me, I like to hear about how guys in Illinois are doing, but theres no reason to subject someone from Florida or Georgia to stuff that won't help them. Thats why the regional forums are my favorite on this site. If everyone decided to do a daily log on the General Deer Hunting Forum, we'd be swamped with reports that don't concern the majority of the other users of this site. If you want to post a kill on the Deer hunting General forum I'll be the first to say Congrats whether it be a yearling doe or a 200+ buck, I just don't enjoy checking the deer hunting forum everyday and seeing people arguing non-stop. Lets keep the deer hunting forum to general deer hunting ideas and topics, not reports from a specific area. Call me crazy, but I think the majority of users would agree. Good luck to you and everyone on the upcoming season and I look forward to pictures of everyones trophy!
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Old 10-03-2008, 10:29 AM
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Thank you 1shot ...most on there that have known me awhile know that I generally go agenst the grain anyway ...but I wanted to know if there would be any interest and obviously there is with 32 votes asking me to do it again ...but let;s see how this poll ends.

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Old 10-03-2008, 10:35 AM
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ORIGINAL: fastetti

Id say if you want to post it, post it, but do us a favor and put it in the regional forum where you are located. For the majority of us, your experiences don't help us. For me, I like to hear about how guys in Illinois are doing, but theres no reason to subject someone from Florida or Georgia to stuff that won't help them. Thats why the regional forums are my favorite on this site. If everyone decided to do a daily log on the General Deer Hunting Forum, we'd be swamped with reports that don't concern the majority of the other users of this site. If you want to post a kill on the Deer hunting General forum I'll be the first to say Congrats whether it be a yearling doe or a 200+ buck, I just don't enjoy checking the deer hunting forum everyday and seeing people arguing non-stop. Lets keep the deer hunting forum to general deer hunting ideas and topics, not reports from a specific area. Call me crazy, but I think the majority of users would agree. Good luck to you and everyone on the upcoming season and I look forward to pictures of everyones trophy!
Fastettie thanks for your imput but Im a little confused were you say " subject those in Flordia and Georgia" ...the ONLY way they would be "subjected" to ANY ofmy post is IF they CLICK on it ....but I will take your suggestion under advisement as I think you have a valid point.

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Old 10-03-2008, 11:13 AM
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I would vote no based on the prior 5 pages of crap.
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Old 10-03-2008, 12:53 PM
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I would vote no based on the prior 5 pages of crap.
Thank you Southpaw ...your a newbee (posting wise)but your opinion is just as important as the lifer's ...of course you apparently have not read my best selling HuntingDiaryfrom last year and for only $19.95 plus shipping and handling I can send you a copy BUT WAIT ..if you callNOW I will send you TWO copies AND an 8x10 color glossy picture of Doctor Death in hiscamo Speed'os..for the low LOWprice of $19.95 plus shipping, handdling and bar tab...CALL 1-800 U Da Man...!

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Old 10-03-2008, 12:58 PM
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haha this is a funny story to follow
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Old 10-03-2008, 01:18 PM
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Default RE: Should Doctor Death Post His Hunting Diary Again This Year?

I would say that there is a significant differencebetween 32 people "asking you to post your diary" and 32 people responding to a poll in the affirmative.

Nonetheless, I enjoy reading about other hunter's experiences, so get after it!
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Old 10-03-2008, 02:47 PM
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I think I'm going to throw up!!!
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