There are some sick people in this world of ours

There are some sick people in this world of ours

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    There are some sick people in this world of ours

    Last day of deer season in South Carolina a dad and his 9 year old daughter were participating in a deer drive.
    Both were accidentally shot and killed. That’s all the details I have.

    Here is the issue. The South Carolina wildlife department is investigating the incident and reported it on their twitter page. Read the comment.

    "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort,
    to protect themselves against tyranny in government." - Thomas Jefferson

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    Gotta love social media. Saw a story of a young couple the other day who had lost a 2 month old son to SIDS and there were actually people commenting about being happy their baby died. I cant even comprehend what would make someone think that way. Every deranged coward in the world may now comment on others business. Constantly spouting insane disrespectful and sometimes obscene opinions on things they know nothing of. Say that shit to a persons face and see if you dont leave with fewer teeth troll. Some of today's technology has been great but some of it is a cancer eating away at our society and culture.

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    Its a cancer for the most part.

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    About like the folks in California saying that Oklahoma and other red states deserved the drought and wildfires we had a few years back. Didn't hear any such comments like that when they caught on fire recently.
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    America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.

    Vermont State Rep. Fred Maslack

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    This socialist liberal mentality is a cancer upon the world.
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    When I was stationed in VA I hunted in NC as well. Deer drives and deer hunting with dogs is huge and also a heated thing. Lots of hunters who hate the hounds and will shoot them when they trespass. They have laws about that as well.
    IMO this was a case of mistaken identity in which someone fired blindly into the this brush. I saw that countless times and not really it’s dangerous but it’s also reckless. This is very sad and very tragic nevertheless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullbuster View Post
    When I was stationed in VA I hunted in NC as well. Deer drives and deer hunting with dogs is huge and also a heated thing. Lots of hunters who hate the hounds and will shoot them when they trespass. They have laws about that as well.
    IMO this was a case of mistaken identity in which someone fired blindly into the this brush. I saw that countless times and not really it’s dangerous but it’s also reckless. This is very sad and very tragic nevertheless.
    I wondered if deer hunters are required to wear hunter orange apparel? Some states don't require it. New Mexico is one.
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    to protect themselves against tyranny in government." - Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennishoddy View Post
    I wondered if deer hunters are required to wear hunter orange apparel? Some states don't require it. New Mexico is one.
    Yes we had to wear orange. Many of these drives are in very thick briers where you may or may not be able to see 50y. You would listen to the sounds of the hounds running toward you and the brush breaking. So when shots were available they were very quick snapshots. I did it a couple of times to say I did it and to see what it was like but I did not enjoy it. Hearing the hounds was nice. We used buckshot in unplugged guns. The mentality was shoot until empty or you see the deer go down.
    Steve Petersen--Correctional Peace Officer, Owner-Bullbuster Taxidermy, Retired Military AD1(AW) USN (ACT) 12/07/1997-10/02/2011, TSgt USAFR 10/03/2011—01/07/2018, Master Hunter and uncontested owner of the first deer killed off the Grady County WMA-2011 (Verified by Rex Umber WMA biologist) Kids who hunt and fish, don't steal and deal

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    If its a legal way to hunt I support it 100% but for me it seems kind of like a waste of meat to shoot it up that way
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    The hound hunting is steeped in tradition, and I get that. But it's about as dangerous a way to shoot a deer as you can get second only to setting up a ground blind in the middle of a 4 lane highway at a deer crossing sign.
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    America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.

    Vermont State Rep. Fred Maslack

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