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2022-09-26 9:10:58 PM  
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2022-09-26 9:42:33 PM  
If you're hunting wolves, maybe you're just a shiatty person
 
2022-09-26 10:13:02 PM  
Speaking of apex predators, here's my first and last goose hunting story.

So my brother and I are wading out into the reeds that we're going to use as a blind. The water isn't quite hip deep and is freezing cold, the mud is about ankle deep and so sticky that we almost fall over every 2nd or 3rd step, it's dark because the sun isn't up yet, and it's so cold our teeth are chattering. Fun. We get out to the reeds and stand there in the freezing cold waiting for the time when we can begin hunting. Then we stand an hour longer because there are no geese in sight. Finally, we see a group flying real low and straight toward us. We raise our guns up and wait for them to get nice and close. It's hard to hold the guns steady because we're shaking from the cold. They get nice and close and I ask my brother, "Hey, Mark? What's the difference between a goose and a swan?" We wade back out of the water, get in out truck, and go home.
 
2022-09-27 5:32:24 AM  

blastoh: If you're hunting wolves, maybe you're just a shiatty person


A wolf pup no less.
 
2022-09-27 5:37:20 AM  
To be fair a cop is on radio saying omg he has a gun to head.  ..... Omg.  Bang bang bang. ....hum...


/
That man had called 911. Was on the line with 911. The gun wasn't a gun it was a cellphone.  It was to his head for reasons.  The pig asked him to drop the "gun".  He lowered the phone from his head as ppl do.

If you can excuse the above, shut up about a dog
🤷‍♂
 
2022-09-27 5:39:35 AM  
"It's like, how could you ever mistake a husky like that for a wolf," said Harding.

Hunter Mistakes Friend for Squirrel, Shoots Him in Face
 
2022-09-27 5:40:38 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: "It's like, how could you ever mistake a husky like that for a wolf," said Harding.

Hunter Mistakes Friend for Squirrel, Shoots Him in Face


Still think "chipmunk cheeks" are cute?
 
2022-09-27 5:40:41 AM  
Hunting predators is stupid unless it is actually actively eating your children, or you will die in the wintertime if you are not wearing its skin.

But on the bright side, much livestock predation blamed on wolves is actually feral dogs.  So she might have saved a sheep or two.
 
2022-09-27 5:41:43 AM  

waxbeans: To be fair a cop is on radio saying omg he has a gun to head.  ..... Omg.  Bang bang bang. ....hum...


/
That man had called 911. Was on the line with 911. The gun wasn't a gun it was a cellphone.  It was to his head for reasons.  The pig asked him to drop the "gun".  He lowered the phone from his head as ppl do.

If you can excuse the above, shut up about a dog
🤷‍♂


Wow. Interesting scenario you just concocted that had never happened.
 
2022-09-27 5:49:16 AM  
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Posting pictures of my baby girl because this thread makes me sad
 
2022-09-27 5:51:15 AM  

Spartapuss: blastoh: If you're hunting wolves, maybe you're just a shiatty person

A wolf pup no less.


And she wasn't even out to hunt wolves, she was out to shoot a black bear. And who the fark hunts black bear? They're the most timid of the bears in North America. I mean, maybe if there's a nuisance black bear that's unafraid of people, but then you call GF&P or whatever they have in Montana and let them know.

Hell, most black bears would be scared off by a Pomeranian or a grumpy house cat hissing at it. This woman went out with blood on her mind, and she was going to kill something come hell or high water. And when she couldn't find a bear minding its own business, she decided she would kill a wolf pup instead. "Mebbe when my husband sees this he'll finally be interested in me again!"

I'm okay with hunting, it's been awhile since I've gone deer or pheasant hunting, but when I do shoot an animal, I first make sure it's the animal I set out to hunt, and secondly, if I do kill an animal, I eat it. Trophy hunting disgusts me. The one thing I would never do is get discouraged because I can't find a deer and start shooting at any random animal that passes by.

She wasn't out in the interest of getting meat. She had a bloodthirsty, and something was going to die that day. I've known enough people with that mindset, usually they'd be called psychopaths. Around here they're called "hunters".
 
2022-09-27 5:55:51 AM  

Spartapuss: blastoh: If you're hunting wolves, maybe you're just a shiatty person

A wolf pup no less.


I am cynical enough and experienced enough to say she clearly knew it wasn't a wolf and thought she could trick people for the attention. Real hunters don't kill the babies, there is no sport.

She just wanted to kill and show off. She's psycho.
 
2022-09-27 5:59:24 AM  

blastoh: If you're hunting wolves, maybe you're just a shiatty person


There's a subset of people who are just hunting wolves to say that they hunted a wolf and now they're "alphas". Because only the toughest of people can shoot a dog with a gun...obviously.
 
2022-09-27 6:03:20 AM  
I'm all for hunting, but if you're shooting/skinning the babies, you are absolutely farked in the head.  And if you can't tell what you plan on shooting, DO NOT farkING SHOOT.  I mean JFC.
 
2022-09-27 6:03:49 AM  
She thought it was a wolf "PUP" That should be illegal. It was not a wolf pup, it was a husky. They do not look that much alike, then she strings it up. Was she planning to display the hide? The thought of that is gross. This may have been some ones pet. I hate that dogs a considered property. If the owner sues, they can't get pain and suffering for it. This is a very disturbed person.
 
2022-09-27 6:07:43 AM  
We encroach on their environment, destroy their homes to make ours, and wonder why they are wondering around the streets
 
2022-09-27 6:08:22 AM  

Wine Sipping Elitist: Spartapuss: blastoh: If you're hunting wolves, maybe you're just a shiatty person

A wolf pup no less.

I am cynical enough and experienced enough to say she clearly knew it wasn't a wolf and thought she could trick people for the attention. Real hunters don't kill the babies, there is no sport.

She just wanted to kill and show off. She's psycho.


Now now.  She loves animals. She even put up a notice when she found a lost cat.

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2022-09-27 6:09:03 AM  

Wine Sipping Elitist: Real hunters don't kill the babies, there is no sport.


I don't disagree with what you said, I don't even demonize hunting per se, but this is funny to me.
How is sniping any animal from a hideout a hundred feet away a "sport", adult or otherwise? Go get that boar with a spear or stfu about "sportsmanship".
 
2022-09-27 6:17:45 AM  

daffy: She thought it was a wolf "PUP" That should be illegal. It was not a wolf pup, it was a husky. They do not look that much alike, then she strings it up. Was she planning to display the hide? The thought of that is gross. This may have been some ones pet. I hate that dogs a considered property. If the owner sues, they can't get pain and suffering for it. This is a very disturbed person.


TFA ' The sheriff tells MTN the dog was one of at least a dozen that someone abandoned in the Doris Creek area, all husky and shepherd mixes. Animal Control was able to pick up 11 of the dogs but it was too late for the husky. '

If the owner sues I guess they will have to explain why they abandoned the dogs in the first place
 
2022-09-27 6:21:43 AM  
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The difference is pretty obvious - even at a glance.
 
2022-09-27 6:22:41 AM  

bisi: Wine Sipping Elitist: Real hunters don't kill the babies, there is no sport.

I don't disagree with what you said, I don't even demonize hunting per se, but this is funny to me.
How is sniping any animal from a hideout a hundred feet away a "sport", adult or otherwise? Go get that boar with a spear or stfu about "sportsmanship".


Well, I did know someone who hunted deer with a hunting revolver, and would only go for clear shots to prevent suffering. Not quite 'hunting with a spear', but still had to get QUITE close.
 
2022-09-27 6:26:12 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: waxbeans: To be fair a cop is on radio saying omg he has a gun to head.  ..... Omg.  Bang bang bang. ....hum...


/
That man had called 911. Was on the line with 911. The gun wasn't a gun it was a cellphone.  It was to his head for reasons.  The pig asked him to drop the "gun".  He lowered the phone from his head as ppl do.

If you can excuse the above, shut up about a dog
🤷‍♂

Wow. Interesting scenario you just concocted that had never happened.


LAPD did it to Jose Barrera in April of this year.

Sacramento police did it to Stephon Clark in 2018.

Spotsylvania County Sheriff in Virginia did it to Isaiah Brown hile the guy was literally on the phone with 911 in 2021.

Columbus Police did it in December to Andre Hill. (That officer was charged with the murder).

Rutland, VA police did it to Jonathan Daniel Mansilla last August.
 
2022-09-27 6:27:39 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: waxbeans: To be fair a cop is on radio saying omg he has a gun to head.  ..... Omg.  Bang bang bang. ....hum...


/
That man had called 911. Was on the line with 911. The gun wasn't a gun it was a cellphone.  It was to his head for reasons.  The pig asked him to drop the "gun".  He lowered the phone from his head as ppl do.

If you can excuse the above, shut up about a dog
🤷‍♂

Wow. Interesting scenario you just concocted that had never happened.


Did I also make up the audio of that, that, I heard?   I clearly hear the cop say: ooo he has a gun to his head.
In a panicked voice.
Then guns shots.
Meanwhile moments earlier the soon to dead man was speaking to a 911 operator.

I get it. The dead dude should have dropped the 400 phone. The second the cops pulled. That is his fault.   I guess.
My issues is: what is so scary about a "suspect" with a gun to his own head?
(Especially one that ends up being a cell) oh yeah I only have one chance at killing the suspect . I get it.
This is just like that other case.
Where the cops shot the man he asked for identification of and shot him for getting it.
Cops are jumpy. I get it.  I guess.
 
2022-09-27 6:30:55 AM  

waxbeans: ArcadianRefugee: waxbeans: To be fair a cop is on radio saying omg he has a gun to head.  ..... Omg.  Bang bang bang. ....hum...


/
That man had called 911. Was on the line with 911. The gun wasn't a gun it was a cellphone.  It was to his head for reasons.  The pig asked him to drop the "gun".  He lowered the phone from his head as ppl do.

If you can excuse the above, shut up about a dog
🤷‍♂

Wow. Interesting scenario you just concocted that had never happened.

Did I also make up the audio of that, that, I heard?   I clearly hear the cop say: ooo he has a gun to his head.
In a panicked voice.
Then guns shots.
Meanwhile moments earlier the soon to dead man was speaking to a 911 operator.

I get it. The dead dude should have dropped the 400 phone. The second the cops pulled. That is his fault.   I guess.
My issues is: what is so scary about a "suspect" with a gun to his own head?
(Especially one that ends up being a cell) oh yeah I only have one chance at killing the suspect . I get it.
This is just like that other case.
Where the cops shot the man he asked for identification of and shot him for getting it.
Cops are jumpy. I get it.  I guess.


No, I meant the part where you think someone here on Fark would defend the cop.
 
2022-09-27 6:34:10 AM  
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2022-09-27 6:36:34 AM  

Spiritual Pagan: We encroach on their environment, destroy their homes to make ours, and wonder why they are wondering around the streets


I thought the traditional range of the Husky was suburban back yards and parks.

/And the back of Subarus.
 
2022-09-27 6:37:09 AM  
Quit calling it "harvesting", it's not a wheat field. It's killing, at least be honest.
 
2022-09-27 6:39:37 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: No, I meant the part where you think someone here on Fark would defend the cop.


They don't defend the cops. They make excuses.  Like, the suspect should have done X or not done Y. Or they blame anything under the sun. To avoid the issue. We have agreed to let the cops kill people without question. And. I don't have issue with that.  But. Be honest.  Ameica likes dead suspects.  Especially if all they did was spook the officer.
 
2022-09-27 6:47:06 AM  

waxbeans: ArcadianRefugee: No, I meant the part where you think someone here on Fark would defend the cop.

They don't defend the cops. They make excuses.  Like, the suspect should have done X or not done Y. Or they blame anything under the sun. To avoid the issue. We have agreed to let the cops kill people without question. And. I don't have issue with that.  But. Be honest.  Ameica likes dead suspects.  Especially if all they did was spook the officer.


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I'll take your word for it but, even do, that's not "par for the course" here in my experience. Usually it's "pig this" and "that gang" in reference to the cops.  Mostly because of events like those posted above.
 
2022-09-27 7:00:58 AM  
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2022-09-27 7:05:47 AM  
I saw the unredacted photos on Reddit and it's clearly a husky.  Even after it's skinned you can still tell it's a dog.

If you love doggos *do not* search for the photos.  I wasn't looking; they came across my feed and like an idiot I clicked.  I regret it. The photos are awful.  LFMM
 
2022-09-27 7:10:17 AM  

bisi: Wine Sipping Elitist: Real hunters don't kill the babies, there is no sport.

I don't disagree with what you said, I don't even demonize hunting per se, but this is funny to me.
How is sniping any animal from a hideout a hundred feet away a "sport", adult or otherwise? Go get that boar with a spear or stfu about "sportsmanship".


I agree with you 100%. I don't hunt like that. I have a couple bows and arrows, along with guns, and the family practices. My grandmother used to tell stories of using a lantern to cross the forest to the outhouse and of the beasts that scared her. Street lights and electricity ended that. I practice shooting now because when the power grid goes down, the beasts will reclaim the night!

One of the proudest moments of my life was when my 13 year old son (who was in archery lessons) and I were out for an early morning walk and a 4 point buck (two big, forked antlers) walked out in front of us. I was scared and stopped in my tracks, but son had his bow with him, readied it, and said "Don't worry, dad, I got this". The relief I felt at that moment I can still feel. I knew my son was good shot. I told him to "Hold on, let's see what it does", then a doe and a couple fauns ran across the street and into the other side of the forest. The buck then followed his family into the forest.

Boy oh boy I was so proud of my son. I felt safe. We've raised chickens and basically know to kill for defense or to eat. There's coyotes, foxes and cougars around here. Something has been eating my koi fish and my cats! Wouldn't you hunt something that ate your cat?
 
2022-09-27 7:14:41 AM  
waxbeans you forgot you were on your alt again
 
2022-09-27 7:16:46 AM  

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If it helps, I didn't have seconds.
 
2022-09-27 7:18:17 AM  
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2022-09-27 7:22:50 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: [i.etsystatic.com image 794x794]
I'll take your word for it but, even do, that's not "par for the course" here in my experience. Usually it's "pig this" and "that gang" in reference to the cops.  Mostly because of events like those posted above.


Ymmv.
But. Then again. I'm so hyperbolic i attract the small percentage of boot lickers; like my post smell like pot.
 
2022-09-27 7:40:23 AM  

blastoh: If you're hunting wolves, maybe you're just a shiatty person


Seconded.
 
2022-09-27 7:41:20 AM  
ffs. can we ban Americans yet?
 
2022-09-27 7:44:40 AM  
Skinned the animal? Are wolf pelts still en vogue with hunters?

FTT: "Great feeling to text my man that I just smoked a wolf pup."

Is that how women who wear pink Browning camo talk?
 
2022-09-27 7:48:31 AM  

bisi: Wine Sipping Elitist: Real hunters don't kill the babies, there is no sport.

I don't disagree with what you said, I don't even demonize hunting per se, but this is funny to me.
How is sniping any animal from a hideout a hundred feet away a "sport", adult or otherwise? Go get that boar with a spear or stfu about "sportsmanship".


There's a lot more that goes into hunting than that. Is it ok with you if I trophy hunt and eat it? I usually watch does in the early season to see if a buck shows up. Even then he has to be bigger than anything else on my wall or he walks away too. Later in the season I focus on filling the freezer. Hunting is fun even if you don't shoot anything.

I would shoot a coyote if I saw one. I have been tempted to shoot a dog that was chasing deer, but seeing a collar on him was enough to let him go. I have three dogs at home.
 
2022-09-27 7:50:27 AM  

Spawn_of_Cthulhu: I saw the unredacted photos on Reddit and it's clearly a husky.  Even after it's skinned you can still tell it's a dog.

If you love doggos *do not* search for the photos.  I wasn't looking; they came across my feed and like an idiot I clicked.  I regret it. The photos are awful.  LFMM


holy jfc.
 
2022-09-27 7:56:42 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: waxbeans: To be fair a cop is on radio saying omg he has a gun to head.  ..... Omg.  Bang bang bang. ....hum...


/
That man had called 911. Was on the line with 911. The gun wasn't a gun it was a cellphone.  It was to his head for reasons.  The pig asked him to drop the "gun".  He lowered the phone from his head as ppl do.

If you can excuse the above, shut up about a dog
🤷‍♂

Wow. Interesting scenario you just concocted that had never happened.


mmmm.... actually, I've read about exactly that scenario playing out, at least three times in my memory. There's a story (I wanna say) every five years or so about some trigger-happy cop mistaking a cell phone for a gun. Endings vary.

It doesn't help that some asshole company was making real guns disguised as cell phones. Get THAT idea in a cop's thick skull and it's a recipe for disaster. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ideal_Conceal
 
2022-09-27 8:00:15 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: waxbeans: To be fair a cop is on radio saying omg he has a gun to head.  ..... Omg.  Bang bang bang. ....hum...


/
That man had called 911. Was on the line with 911. The gun wasn't a gun it was a cellphone.  It was to his head for reasons.  The pig asked him to drop the "gun".  He lowered the phone from his head as ppl do.

If you can excuse the above, shut up about a dog
🤷‍♂

Wow. Interesting scenario you just concocted that had never happened.


Also, here's an annoying video with TWO disguised guns.

Looks Like a Phone... BUT IT'S DEFINITELY NOT A PHONE!!! Cellphone Gun
Youtube JatsYPqpCGA
 
2022-09-27 8:02:18 AM  

Wine Sipping Elitist: bisi: Wine Sipping Elitist: Real hunters don't kill the babies, there is no sport.

I don't disagree with what you said, I don't even demonize hunting per se, but this is funny to me.
How is sniping any animal from a hideout a hundred feet away a "sport", adult or otherwise? Go get that boar with a spear or stfu about "sportsmanship".

I agree with you 100%. I don't hunt like that. I have a couple bows and arrows, along with guns, and the family practices. My grandmother used to tell stories of using a lantern to cross the forest to the outhouse and of the beasts that scared her. Street lights and electricity ended that. I practice shooting now because when the power grid goes down, the beasts will reclaim the night!

One of the proudest moments of my life was when my 13 year old son (who was in archery lessons) and I were out for an early morning walk and a 4 point buck (two big, forked antlers) walked out in front of us. I was scared and stopped in my tracks, but son had his bow with him, readied it, and said "Don't worry, dad, I got this". The relief I felt at that moment I can still feel. I knew my son was good shot. I told him to "Hold on, let's see what it does", then a doe and a couple fauns ran across the street and into the other side of the forest. The buck then followed his family into the forest.

Boy oh boy I was so proud of my son. I felt safe. We've raised chickens and basically know to kill for defense or to eat. There's coyotes, foxes and cougars around here. Something has been eating my koi fish and my cats! Wouldn't you hunt something that ate your cat?


Honestly, no I wouldn't shoot something that ate my cat. The cat shouldn't have been outside if it's in an area with critters that see cats as a nice snack. Grew up in the mountains with plenty of predators, there were cats that didn't come home. Called it nature tax. That includes coyotes, they have a place in the food chain.
 
2022-09-27 8:07:25 AM  

Vern: Spartapuss: blastoh: If you're hunting wolves, maybe you're just a shiatty person

A wolf pup no less.

And she wasn't even out to hunt wolves, she was out to shoot a black bear. And who the fark hunts black bear? They're the most timid of the bears in North America. I mean, maybe if there's a nuisance black bear that's unafraid of people, but then you call GF&P or whatever they have in Montana and let them know.

Hell, most black bears would be scared off by a Pomeranian or a grumpy house cat hissing at it. This woman went out with blood on her mind, and she was going to kill something come hell or high water. And when she couldn't find a bear minding its own business, she decided she would kill a wolf pup instead. "Mebbe when my husband sees this he'll finally be interested in me again!"

I'm okay with hunting, it's been awhile since I've gone deer or pheasant hunting, but when I do shoot an animal, I first make sure it's the animal I set out to hunt, and secondly, if I do kill an animal, I eat it. Trophy hunting disgusts me. The one thing I would never do is get discouraged because I can't find a deer and start shooting at any random animal that passes by.

She wasn't out in the interest of getting meat. She had a bloodthirsty, and something was going to die that day. I've known enough people with that mindset, usually they'd be called psychopaths. Around here they're called "hunters".


City boy..
Yes black bear are timid..mostly..
But when the lack that fear of humans..they become aggressively interested..

Go hail a cab..
/Listening to faint elk bugles down the valley in this 43 degree crisp air.
 
2022-09-27 8:10:32 AM  
She should have to eat it now.
 
2022-09-27 8:14:53 AM  

Vern: And who the fark hunts black bear?


black bear is really good tasting meat, especially a fall berry bear.
/black bears that have been eating salmon should be avoided.
 
2022-09-27 8:16:33 AM  
People get a pass all the time on "mistaking" a person for a deer, so this is barely unbelievable.
 
2022-09-27 8:18:54 AM  

Vern: Spartapuss: blastoh: If you're hunting wolves, maybe you're just a shiatty person

A wolf pup no less.

And she wasn't even out to hunt wolves, she was out to shoot a black bear. And who the fark hunts black bear? They're the most timid of the bears in North America. I mean, maybe if there's a nuisance black bear that's unafraid of people, but then you call GF&P or whatever they have in Montana and let them know.

Hell, most black bears would be scared off by a Pomeranian or a grumpy house cat hissing at it. This woman went out with blood on her mind, and she was going to kill something come hell or high water. And when she couldn't find a bear minding its own business, she decided she would kill a wolf pup instead. "Mebbe when my husband sees this he'll finally be interested in me again!"

I'm okay with hunting, it's been awhile since I've gone deer or pheasant hunting, but when I do shoot an animal, I first make sure it's the animal I set out to hunt, and secondly, if I do kill an animal, I eat it. Trophy hunting disgusts me. The one thing I would never do is get discouraged because I can't find a deer and start shooting at any random animal that passes by.

She wasn't out in the interest of getting meat. She had a bloodthirsty, and something was going to die that day. I've known enough people with that mindset, usually they'd be called psychopaths. Around here they're called "hunters".


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2022-09-27 8:20:14 AM  

justanotherfarkinfarker: She should have to eat it now.


i told all my clients they had to eat what they killed. i cooked up a number of wolves and got most clients to try it. wolf meat is super tasty. very similar to venison with a slightly denser muscle texture. too bad it's playing russian roulette with your health cutting into those parasite and disease ridden beasts. i would wear 4 pairs of rubber gloves and i'd still go straight to the dr. when i got out of camp and ask to be tested for anything that could have possibly been transmitted.
 
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