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05-14-2014 11:21 AM
DCAVA
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Originally Posted by Rack Ranch View Post
LMAO..Cant give him green, somebody please help!!
Got him for ya RR
05-14-2014 10:02 AM
Rack Ranch LMAO..Cant give him green, somebody please help!!

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Originally Posted by AvianQuest View Post
I can't think of any reason that the messenger shouldn't be shot. The only hesitation would be regarding the caliber and the various shot placements.
05-13-2014 10:50 PM
AvianQuest
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Originally Posted by flounder9 View Post

I forgot what I said at the end anyway, don't shoot the messenger. ...

I can't think of any reason that the messenger shouldn't be shot. The only hesitation would be regarding the caliber and the various shot placements.
05-13-2014 08:09 PM
bigfishtx I hope you dont expect me to read all of that.
05-13-2014 03:09 PM
AvianQuest
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Originally Posted by Brete View Post

Can I get the Cliffs Notes.....I'm kinda busy....
My name's not Cliff, but...



Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is an unusual infection that has occurred in members of the deer family and was first identified in Colorado and has since spread to other areas (see map).

It mostly effects adult deer and is always fatal. Infected animals loss weight, start acting listless and start walking in repeated set patterns and give off an order like rotted meat.

Research has yet to show that this disease can be transmitted to humans, but as an added sense of caution, it’s advised that we should not consume the parts of deer that are known to contain the infection. These parts being, the brain, spinal cord, spleen, tonsils, lymph nodes or eyes

05-13-2014 11:58 AM
Spec-Rig.006
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Originally Posted by spurgersalty View Post
Dude, I think they were referring to the target of the opening poster, not, the gentlemen trying to educate.
WELL ... I don't have time to read anything, I'm just looking to pot-stir ... jeeeeez! ha ha ha ha ha ha ...
05-13-2014 10:39 AM
AvianQuest
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Originally Posted by Rack Ranch View Post

That is not what I'm calling it. I wonder if anyone posting on this thread is a Liberal, dope smoking, gay marriage supporting, Scientologist that would love to get in Bill Clintons pants?
Fixed it for ya.
05-13-2014 10:34 AM
Rack Ranch That is not what I'm calling it. I wonder if anyone posting on this thread is a Liberal, dope smoking, gay marriage supporting, Scientologist that would love to get in Hiliary Clintons pants?

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Originally Posted by Hookem2012 View Post
Is this the copy and paste post?
05-13-2014 09:53 AM
Hookem2012 Is this the copy and paste post?
05-13-2014 08:42 AM
Tx_Biologist
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Originally Posted by bigfishtx View Post
Are they still requiring west Texas Elk to be tested? I know a couple of years back the biologist told us he had to take a sample if we killed one.
Yes in that area, also Sitka, Red Deer and Elk/Sitka/Red deer Hybrids.
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