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I made sister-in-law think.......

Old 12-03-2003, 08:45 AM
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Default I made sister-in-law think.......

She stated to me how could I supplemental feed deer(out of season) and gain there trust and then shoot one.

I said don't cattle have our trust to protect them.

And she said hhhmmmmmm. And nothing more was discussed.
She does eat meat.

Now to the Anti's that posted earlier. We cannot assume they eat meat. Because if they do there should be no discussion. Assume they are all vegetarians. We don't have much of a discussion on what hunters consume and what Anti's consume.

What if any discussion we could have with them is what they contribute to the environment. I think we kick there butts in contributions.
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Old 12-03-2003, 08:50 AM
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Don't forget a deer has a free life and a chance at not being killed a beef cow only has one mission. To those anti's only eating vegs. don't they feel sorry for that carrot that never hurt anything?
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