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2012-02-19 03:37:56 PM
HA HA!
 
2012-02-19 03:47:55 PM
This just in: it is probably not wise to have an expensive piece of machinery knowingly flying in the area of a pigeon hunt.
 
2012-02-19 03:48:23 PM
Ha ha ha ha ha ha !
 
2012-02-19 03:51:48 PM
It's a pigeon hunt. Pigeons are goddamn winged rats. No matter how much you love animals, let people kill pigeons. They are disgusting.


Gray squirrels too. Go ahead and kill all the gray squirrels. Then when you're done, feel free to desecrate their corpses. I hate those little farks.
 
2012-02-19 03:57:38 PM
encrypted-tbn3.google.com
YOU GONNA GET RAEPD
 
2012-02-19 04:03:41 PM
Now that there is sum funny shiat.
EARL...looky thar...it's a a wirly bird.
GIT IT!!!
 
2012-02-19 04:23:56 PM
Was the article written by the Korean Central News Agency?
 
2012-02-19 04:24:22 PM
HA!

HA!
 
2012-02-19 04:33:06 PM
HAHA good
farking nosy busy-bodies
ain't got nothing better to worry about so they harass people merging entertainment with nourishment
 
2012-02-19 04:35:22 PM
HAHAHAHAHA!

*sigh*

Good times.
 
2012-02-19 04:38:42 PM
I have zero interest in hunting, but couldn't care less about animal rights activists either.

That being said I would have blown that thing out of the sky too.
 
2012-02-19 04:52:16 PM
Maybe they thought it was a UFO?
 
2012-02-19 05:07:06 PM

Captain Steroid: Maybe they thought it was a UFO?


i105.photobucket.com
 
2012-02-19 05:50:50 PM
HA HA

That is awesome.
 
2012-02-19 06:26:42 PM
Do many animal rights groups go too far? OF COURSE!!! Now that we've killed off most of the predators, hunting is necessary to prevent an overpopulation disaster among many animals.

That said, the hunter firing on the drone was being MASSIVELY irresponsible. If the act wasn't illegal than it SHOULD be.

Did the hunter even know what he was shooting at, or who was operating the drone, or where it would crash land?

For all the hunter knew, the drone could have been operated by local or federal agents. When it crashed it might have landed on somebody's head or truck or possibly started a wildfire.

The NRA should loudly denounce the actions of this unknown idiot hunter if they want to protect their legitimacy, especially if it comes out the hunter knew who was operating the drone. "If you don't agree with a POV then shoot their stuff" is hardly the mark of responsible gun ownership.
 
2012-02-19 06:30:00 PM

thelordofcheese: HAHA good
farking nosy busy-bodies
ain't got nothing better to worry about so they harass people merging entertainment with nourishment


Ewwwww... You eat pigeons! Rats with wings, them.
 
2012-02-19 06:34:17 PM

Riche: Do many animal rights groups go too far? OF COURSE!!! Now that we've killed off most of the predators, hunting is necessary to prevent an overpopulation disaster among many animals.

That said, the hunter firing on the drone was being MASSIVELY irresponsible. If the act wasn't illegal than it SHOULD be.

Did the hunter even know what he was shooting at, or who was operating the drone, or where it would crash land?

For all the hunter knew, the drone could have been operated by local or federal agents. When it crashed it might have landed on somebody's head or truck or possibly started a wildfire.

The NRA should loudly denounce the actions of this unknown idiot hunter if they want to protect their legitimacy, especially if it comes out the hunter knew who was operating the drone. "If you don't agree with a POV then shoot their stuff" is hardly the mark of responsible gun ownership.


Here is anotherLink (new window) on the story. They knew exactly what it was. The drone was not just to film the hunt - it was to stop it entirely (bird hunt - noisy drone. Birdies no fly there.). The hunters tried to stop it legally, and when that failed, they shot it. Point goes to them, I'd say.
 
2012-02-19 06:37:48 PM

namegoeshere: Riche: Do many animal rights groups go too far? OF COURSE!!! Now that we've killed off most of the predators, hunting is necessary to prevent an overpopulation disaster among many animals.

That said, the hunter firing on the drone was being MASSIVELY irresponsible. If the act wasn't illegal than it SHOULD be.

Did the hunter even know what he was shooting at, or who was operating the drone, or where it would crash land?

For all the hunter knew, the drone could have been operated by local or federal agents. When it crashed it might have landed on somebody's head or truck or possibly started a wildfire.

The NRA should loudly denounce the actions of this unknown idiot hunter if they want to protect their legitimacy, especially if it comes out the hunter knew who was operating the drone. "If you don't agree with a POV then shoot their stuff" is hardly the mark of responsible gun ownership.

Here is anotherLink (new window) on the story. They knew exactly what it was. The drone was not just to film the hunt - it was to stop it entirely (bird hunt - noisy drone. Birdies no fly there.). The hunters tried to stop it legally, and when that failed, they shot it. Point goes to them, I'd say.


Trespassing is still a crime in the United States.
 
2012-02-19 06:42:14 PM

cman: namegoeshere: Riche: Do many animal rights groups go too far? OF COURSE!!! Now that we've killed off most of the predators, hunting is necessary to prevent an overpopulation disaster among many animals.

That said, the hunter firing on the drone was being MASSIVELY irresponsible. If the act wasn't illegal than it SHOULD be.

Did the hunter even know what he was shooting at, or who was operating the drone, or where it would crash land?

For all the hunter knew, the drone could have been operated by local or federal agents. When it crashed it might have landed on somebody's head or truck or possibly started a wildfire.

The NRA should loudly denounce the actions of this unknown idiot hunter if they want to protect their legitimacy, especially if it comes out the hunter knew who was operating the drone. "If you don't agree with a POV then shoot their stuff" is hardly the mark of responsible gun ownership.

Here is anotherLink (new window) on the story. They knew exactly what it was. The drone was not just to film the hunt - it was to stop it entirely (bird hunt - noisy drone. Birdies no fly there.). The hunters tried to stop it legally, and when that failed, they shot it. Point goes to them, I'd say.

Trespassing is still a crime in the United States.



You don't own the air above your land. So sorry.
The shooters knew what it was, they also knew that legally that drone had every right to be in the airspace. They knowingly and willingly destroyed private property by firing weapons into the air in the direction of a busy highway and group of people.
 
2012-02-19 06:48:48 PM
FloydA: Pigeons are goddamn winged rats.

And starlings. In my youth the those wretched beasts knew the sting of my pellet gun.
 
2012-02-19 06:50:18 PM

Bunnyhat: cman: namegoeshere: Riche: Do many animal rights groups go too far? OF COURSE!!! Now that we've killed off most of the predators, hunting is necessary to prevent an overpopulation disaster among many animals.

That said, the hunter firing on the drone was being MASSIVELY irresponsible. If the act wasn't illegal than it SHOULD be.

Did the hunter even know what he was shooting at, or who was operating the drone, or where it would crash land?

For all the hunter knew, the drone could have been operated by local or federal agents. When it crashed it might have landed on somebody's head or truck or possibly started a wildfire.

The NRA should loudly denounce the actions of this unknown idiot hunter if they want to protect their legitimacy, especially if it comes out the hunter knew who was operating the drone. "If you don't agree with a POV then shoot their stuff" is hardly the mark of responsible gun ownership.

Here is anotherLink (new window) on the story. They knew exactly what it was. The drone was not just to film the hunt - it was to stop it entirely (bird hunt - noisy drone. Birdies no fly there.). The hunters tried to stop it legally, and when that failed, they shot it. Point goes to them, I'd say.

Trespassing is still a crime in the United States.


You don't own the air above your land. So sorry.
The shooters knew what it was, they also knew that legally that drone had every right to be in the airspace. They knowingly and willingly destroyed private property by firing weapons into the air in the direction of a busy highway and group of people.


If someone flew a small helicopter over your fence to watch what you were doing in your own back yard, you wouldnt call that trespassing?
 
2012-02-19 06:52:40 PM
I just love a story in which everyone looks like an idiot.
 
2012-02-19 06:52:45 PM
this won't be the last time we will hear of this happening.
 
2012-02-19 07:13:42 PM
I think what they (the animal rights group) were doing would be considered illegal with the FAA. Wasn't it out in LA that they shut down the realtors from using drones like that over people's property? Link (new window)
 
2012-02-19 07:18:23 PM

cman: Bunnyhat: cman: namegoeshere: Riche: Do many animal rights groups go too far? OF COURSE!!! Now that we've killed off most of the predators, hunting is necessary to prevent an overpopulation disaster among many animals.

That said, the hunter firing on the drone was being MASSIVELY irresponsible. If the act wasn't illegal than it SHOULD be.

Did the hunter even know what he was shooting at, or who was operating the drone, or where it would crash land?

For all the hunter knew, the drone could have been operated by local or federal agents. When it crashed it might have landed on somebody's head or truck or possibly started a wildfire.

The NRA should loudly denounce the actions of this unknown idiot hunter if they want to protect their legitimacy, especially if it comes out the hunter knew who was operating the drone. "If you don't agree with a POV then shoot their stuff" is hardly the mark of responsible gun ownership.

Here is anotherLink (new window) on the story. They knew exactly what it was. The drone was not just to film the hunt - it was to stop it entirely (bird hunt - noisy drone. Birdies no fly there.). The hunters tried to stop it legally, and when that failed, they shot it. Point goes to them, I'd say.

Trespassing is still a crime in the United States.


You don't own the air above your land. So sorry.
The shooters knew what it was, they also knew that legally that drone had every right to be in the airspace. They knowingly and willingly destroyed private property by firing weapons into the air in the direction of a busy highway and group of people.

If someone flew a small helicopter over your fence to watch what you were doing in your own back yard, you wouldnt call that trespassing?


Technically it's only trespassing if you ask them to leave and they refuse
 
2012-02-19 07:24:57 PM

ArkAngel: cman: Bunnyhat: cman: namegoeshere: Riche: Do many animal rights groups go too far? OF COURSE!!! Now that we've killed off most of the predators, hunting is necessary to prevent an overpopulation disaster among many animals.

That said, the hunter firing on the drone was being MASSIVELY irresponsible. If the act wasn't illegal than it SHOULD be.

Did the hunter even know what he was shooting at, or who was operating the drone, or where it would crash land?

For all the hunter knew, the drone could have been operated by local or federal agents. When it crashed it might have landed on somebody's head or truck or possibly started a wildfire.

The NRA should loudly denounce the actions of this unknown idiot hunter if they want to protect their legitimacy, especially if it comes out the hunter knew who was operating the drone. "If you don't agree with a POV then shoot their stuff" is hardly the mark of responsible gun ownership.

Here is anotherLink (new window) on the story. They knew exactly what it was. The drone was not just to film the hunt - it was to stop it entirely (bird hunt - noisy drone. Birdies no fly there.). The hunters tried to stop it legally, and when that failed, they shot it. Point goes to them, I'd say.

Trespassing is still a crime in the United States.


You don't own the air above your land. So sorry.
The shooters knew what it was, they also knew that legally that drone had every right to be in the airspace. They knowingly and willingly destroyed private property by firing weapons into the air in the direction of a busy highway and group of people.

If someone flew a small helicopter over your fence to watch what you were doing in your own back yard, you wouldnt call that trespassing?

Technically it's only trespassing if you ask them to leave and they refuse


Link posted above said that the owners of the land asked them not to fly the heli before they flew it. I think that indicates an intent to trespass.
 
2012-02-19 07:27:43 PM

cman: Link posted above said that the owners of the land asked them not to fly the heli before they flew it. I think that indicates an intent to trespass.


Link also says the drone was flying over hwy 601 when it was shot down.



If a plane was flying over my house, I don't have the right to shoot it down regardless of how much I might ask them not too. Airspace is not private property.
 
2012-02-19 07:33:04 PM

Bunnyhat: cman: Link posted above said that the owners of the land asked them not to fly the heli before they flew it. I think that indicates an intent to trespass.

Link also says the drone was flying over hwy 601 when it was shot down.


If a plane was flying over my house, I don't have the right to shoot it down regardless of how much I might ask them not too. Airspace is not private property.


Let me set up another scenario

Lets say your neighbor owns a tree on his property, but a big branch hangs on your side not touching the ground. If you cut that branch down to build an addition in its place (you are still on your property), should your neighbor be able to take you to court?
 
2012-02-19 07:38:12 PM

Lionel Mandrake: I just love a story in which everyone looks like an idiot.


This. Captain Justice, Friend of Pigeons is a douche. The Beer-Belly Boom-Boom Brigade are collective douches.

I think I may have a solution: The hunters can get a special permit in major metropolitan areas to hunt pigeons. Win-win.
 
2012-02-19 07:51:26 PM
Asshat thing of the animal rights thing to do, but it wasn't trespassing in all likelihood.

Even if it WAS, shooting down a drone was a very bad idea.

It's perfectly legal to overfly private property in a plane or helicopter, and the supreme court even said the cops could fly over private land in a helicopter looking for pot plants.

It's probably NOT legal to just harass people with a helicopter, but if the drone was flying at a high enough altitude and not "buzzing" the hunters the drone operators are probably within the law.

The law probably needs to be updated to specifically prevent interfering with hunters using a drone.
 
2012-02-19 07:54:29 PM

Bunnyhat: If a plane was flying over my house, I don't have the right to shoot it down regardless of how much I might ask them not too. Airspace is not private property.


Er, I think private property owners do have some rights to a certain amount of the air above their land, actually.
 
2012-02-19 08:01:15 PM

Relatively Obscure: Bunnyhat: If a plane was flying over my house, I don't have the right to shoot it down regardless of how much I might ask them not too. Airspace is not private property.

Er, I think private property owners do have some rights to a certain amount of the air above their land, actually.


Yes. About 500 feet.
Everything else is considered "navigable air space" since the Air Commerce Act.

cman: Let me set up another scenario

Lets say your neighbor owns a tree on his property, but a big branch hangs on your side not touching the ground. If you cut that branch down to build an addition in its place (you are still on your property), should your neighbor be able to take you to court?


Totally different scenario with different laws specific for each one. Not comparable.


All of this is meaningless since the dove hunters tried to get the drone fliers barred from flying it over their land was denied. The law was on the side of the drone flyers side regardless of what you might think.
 
2012-02-19 08:04:47 PM

Bunnyhat: Yes. About 500 feet.
Everything else is considered "navigable air space" since the Air Commerce Act.



Coo'. I didn't know what the cutoff was, but I was pretty sure that there was some airspace included.
 
2012-02-19 08:06:57 PM

Bunnyhat: All of this is meaningless since the dove hunters tried to get the drone fliers barred from flying it over their land was denied. The law was on the side of the drone flyers side regardless of what you might think.


Technically, yes. But it being South Carolina...
 
2012-02-19 08:11:41 PM
i291.photobucket.com
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2012-02-19 08:14:20 PM
Trespassing is still a crime in the United States.

Interfering with hunters is a crime in much of the United States.
 
2012-02-19 08:14:41 PM

Bunnyhat: All of this is meaningless since the dove hunters tried to get the drone fliers barred from flying it over their land was denied. The law was on the side of the drone flyers side regardless of what you might think.



The law isn't always what's "right".

The drone flyers were acting like complete assholes and got what they deserved. If left alone these hunters wouldn't have bothered anyone. The drone flyers went out of their way to cause problems for a group of people doing something they had the right to do. It's fair play that the hunters then caused problems for the people flying the drone.
 
2012-02-19 08:15:07 PM
Did they file a flight plan first?
 
2012-02-19 08:16:05 PM

Lionel Mandrake: I just love a story in which everyone looks like an idiot.


That would include the guy with the avatar of his naked self in the comments thread. Ick.
 
2012-02-19 08:16:58 PM
How freaking stupid is the guy behind the camera? I know: farking farking farkin' stupid. What an asshole.
 
2012-02-19 08:16:58 PM

FloydA: Gray squirrels too.


AKA "tree rats".

/server farked
 
2012-02-19 08:18:07 PM
upload.wikimedia.org
It's coming right for us!!
 
2012-02-19 08:18:28 PM

FloydA: \

Gray squirrels too. Go ahead and kill all the gray squirrels. Then when you're done, feel free to desecrate their corpses. I hate those little farks.


Reminds me of when I was a kid my dad found a dead squirrel in the yard, hung it from a tree by its tail. Squirrels stopped hangout in the yard.
 
2012-02-19 08:18:56 PM

ZAZ: Trespassing is still a crime in the United States.

Interfering with hunters is a crime in much of the United States.


Shooting in the direction of a highway is pretty serious crime in pretty much any country.
 
2012-02-19 08:21:06 PM
Awesome. So now any further drones will be armed. Yeah. This'll end real good.
 
2012-02-19 08:21:13 PM
I think hunters are absolutely silly (unless of course it's your only means of acquiring foods. I'm speaking more about the people who hunt as a hobby.) That being said, I still think this is hilarious!
 
2012-02-19 08:21:47 PM
He named his drone suicide, so I guess he got exactly what he thought would happen.
 
2012-02-19 08:24:00 PM

Bunnyhat: cman: Link posted above said that the owners of the land asked them not to fly the heli before they flew it. I think that indicates an intent to trespass.

Link also says the drone was flying over hwy 601 when it was shot down.



If a plane was flying over my house, I don't have the right to shoot it down regardless of how much I might ask them not too. Airspace is not private property.




Aircraft are FAA licensed (and therefore protected) vehicles. Drones are not. A privately owned drone flying over private property without the owners' permission is fair game.
 
2012-02-19 08:24:54 PM

FloydA: It's a pigeon hunt. Pigeons are goddamn winged rats. No matter how much you love animals, let people kill pigeons. They are disgusting.


Gray squirrels too. Go ahead and kill all the gray squirrels. Then when you're done, feel free to desecrate their corpses. I hate those little farks.


You sound familiar...
 
2012-02-19 08:26:12 PM
Why do these asshats do this crap in SC. It will never end well.

I was at a fishing tournement off the piers in SC one year. They thought it would be a good idea to to scuba under the pier with scissors and cut lines. We all stopped fishing for mackerel and changed gear for "large" fish.

As a matter of fact law enforcement did show up and told the asshats they were being stupid and endangering themselves. Told them if they got back in the water they would be arrested.
 
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