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(Kansas City)   Apparently Missouri deer are fighting back against hunters by using pit traps   (kansascity.com) divider line 31
    More: Scary, Missouri, Trapping pit, deer, hunters  
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2013-09-18 12:05:46 AM
I, for one, welcome Missouri's pit-digging deer overlords.
/seriously, we have some badass deer here.
 
2013-09-18 02:34:03 AM
No snark, just fear. As someone that frequently hunts at night in a sinkhole prone area, that's farking terrifying.
 
2013-09-18 03:38:05 AM
It was a sinkhole to hell, where hunters belong!
 
2013-09-18 03:50:44 AM

Lusebagage: It was a sinkhole to hell, where hunters belong!


huh? what? come again?
 
2013-09-18 03:52:07 AM
Deer with a backhoe: 1
Hunter: 0
 
2013-09-18 04:01:12 AM

Harry_Seldon: Deer with a backhoe: 1
Hunter: 0


It must have been operating a John Deere.
 
2013-09-18 04:02:39 AM

Lusebagage: It was a sinkhole to hell, where hunters belong!


I'm glad that you live a life entirely devoid of animal products.


Oh wait, that's pretty much impossible.
 
2013-09-18 04:03:41 AM
70 f*cking feet deep? Holy hell. That's like jumping from the top of a six or seven story building.
 
2013-09-18 04:13:04 AM

HotWingAgenda: 70 f*cking feet deep? Holy hell. That's like jumping from the top of a six or seven story building.


That's huge, and I'd imagine very hard to notice at 3 am, without a very bright light source.

Bad luck there.  I'm sure he didn't realize that he'd need a parachute that night.
 
2013-09-18 04:17:31 AM
It doesn't surprise me since the IQ level of most deer are higher than most hunters.
 
2013-09-18 04:21:44 AM

poe_zlaw: Harry_Seldon: Deer with a backhoe: 1
Hunter: 0

It must have been operating a John Deere.


Deer god! Do you know what this means?!
 
2013-09-18 05:03:42 AM
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2013-09-18 05:41:02 AM
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Stupid ass bow hunters.
 
2013-09-18 05:42:31 AM

crab66: I'm glad that you live a life entirely devoid of animal products.


Just because I use animal products doesn't mean I like to play with my food before I eat it.
 
2013-09-18 05:44:42 AM
He died doing what he loved....murdering defenseless animals in the dead of night.
 
2013-09-18 05:45:05 AM
Oldie but a goodie
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2013-09-18 06:16:55 AM

crab66: Lusebagage: It was a sinkhole to hell, where hunters belong!

I'm glad that you live a life entirely devoid of animal products.


Oh wait, that's pretty much impossible.


I'm glad you have an IQ of 75, and can be trolled by a five year old.
 
2013-09-18 06:22:31 AM
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2013-09-18 06:50:52 AM
CSB: Buckhorn is about 170 miles (rough guess) southwest of St. Louis on I-44, not 100 miles south like the article says.
 
2013-09-18 06:53:58 AM

SNGX1275: CSB: Buckhorn is about 170 miles (rough guess) southwest of St. Louis on I-44, not 100 miles south like the article says.


Hmm, apparently there are 2 towns named Buckhorn, MO.  The one I was thinking of is 140 miles SW of StL.  The other is 100 south..
 
2013-09-18 07:10:31 AM

SNGX1275: SNGX1275: CSB: Buckhorn is about 170 miles (rough guess) southwest of St. Louis on I-44, not 100 miles south like the article says.

Hmm, apparently there are 2 towns named Buckhorn, MO.  The one I was thinking of is 140 miles SW of StL.  The other is 100 south..


Buckthorn Jr.
 
2013-09-18 07:43:27 AM
Buckhorn North and Buckhorn South.  Which one is the bad part of town?
 
2013-09-18 08:15:18 AM
Having lived in a cabin in MO surrounded by sinkholes when I was a kid, getting swallowed by one was a serious fear of mine. Poor guy and his family.

Karst you, sinkholes!
 
2013-09-18 08:43:11 AM

ytterbium: Having lived in a cabin in MO surrounded by sinkholes when I was a kid, getting swallowed by one was a serious fear of mine. Poor guy and his family.

Karst you, sinkholes!


If only he had been armed with his own sinkhole...
 
2013-09-18 08:50:11 AM

zenferret: crab66: I'm glad that you live a life entirely devoid of animal products.

Just because I use animal products doesn't mean I like to play with my food before I eat it.


No no, you much prefer to outsource your squeamishness to a system of industrialized animal husbandry where animals live in the worst hell imaginable, rather than ethically take free range game from the woods using your own skill to quickly take the animal and prevent its suffering.

We get it already - you're a hypocrite.
 
2013-09-18 09:02:16 AM

Elegy: zenferret: crab66: I'm glad that you live a life entirely devoid of animal products.

Just because I use animal products doesn't mean I like to play with my food before I eat it.

No no, you much prefer to outsource your squeamishness to a system of industrialized animal husbandry where animals live in the worst hell imaginable, rather than ethically take free range game from the woods using your own skill to quickly take the animal and prevent its suffering.

We get it already - you're a hypocrite.

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2013-09-18 10:32:47 AM
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2013-09-18 12:27:17 PM
No one more deserving than a bow hunter.
 
2013-09-18 01:28:46 PM

Elegy: zenferret: crab66: I'm glad that you live a life entirely devoid of animal products.

Just because I use animal products doesn't mean I like to play with my food before I eat it.

No no, you much prefer to outsource your squeamishness to a system of industrialized animal husbandry where animals live in the worst hell imaginable, rather than ethically take free range game from the woods using your own skill to quickly take the animal and prevent its suffering.

We get it already - you're a hypocrite.


Well, this guy was following a deer he'd hit earlier.  Not really so fast or preventing suffering.
 
2013-09-18 02:48:55 PM

Elegy: No no, you much prefer to outsource your squeamishness to a system of industrialized animal husbandry where animals live in the worst hell imaginable, rather than ethically take free range game from the woods using your own skill to quickly take the animal and prevent its suffering.


Its not "Squeamish" to be sickened by factory farming, thats called having empathy and compassion, its quite a natural human emotion, that is, if you haven't spent a lifetime disassociating from your own feelings, like all meat eaters have done through practice 3 times a day.  Besides, I'm pretty sure you eat industrialized farm animals all the time Elegy, so who's the hypocrite now!

Please explain how you "Ethically" shoot an animal with an arrow, go home and probably stuff your fat face with Mcdonalds, and then go back out later that night to find it?  And what "skill" does it take to shoot an animal in the first place, We don't dominate animals through physical strength, but by using implements and treachery. that's not skill, its called a superiority complex, or anthropocentrism.

Cant you hunters just admit you kill animals to compensate for your tiny weiners!
 
2013-09-18 05:59:19 PM

Elegy: No no, you much prefer to outsource your squeamishness to a system of industrialized animal husbandry where animals live in the worst hell imaginable, rather than ethically take free range game from the woods using your own skill to quickly take the animal and prevent its suffering.


LOL, "quickly take the animal and prevent its suffering"? Yeah, that's why he had time to go home and tell his wife he was going to chase the deer he wounded with an arrow before he fell into the sinkhole, dumbass.
 
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