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Old 05-29-07, 04:23 PM   #1
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Big Beasts: Their Days Are Numbered!

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When I first read "Beasts", I thought it was another word that is commonly associated with "Big". Whoops.
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Old 05-29-07, 04:27 PM   #3
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Old 05-29-07, 04:54 PM   #5
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When I first read "Beasts", I thought it was another word that is commonly associated with "Big". Whoops.
Ditto. The curses of being a red blooded male
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When I first read "Beasts", I thought it was another word that is commonly associated with "Big". Whoops.
Same here.
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Same here, I read the whole page trying to figure out why it didn't make sense
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I actually got dumber from looking at that site.

That was a pretty ****ing big animal, though.
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I actually got dumber from looking at that site.

That was a pretty ****ing big animal, though.

ahhh..we have someone who "get's it".


I wish that mankind had let thing progress naturally, so that the world could still be full of wonderful giants and mythical beasts.

But noooooo...we have to kill it, kill, kill, kill it if it's different or awesome. We have desroyed so much that would make you respect (and yes fear) nature, it's sad.

One day, when all the fear and wonder is gone, we will have no reason to leave any trace of nature behind in it's raw form, and be forced to watch cgi holograms and visit clone parks to see what the fuss was all about. All between trips from the parking deck to the mall, of course.
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Old 05-29-07, 05:36 PM   #10
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No thanks. Something tells me that guy is going to taste a little gamey.
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Old 05-29-07, 05:39 PM   #12
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Why did I hear dueling banjos in my head when I opened up that web page?
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ahhh..we have someone who "get's it".


I wish that mankind had let thing progress naturally, so that the world could still be full of wonderful giants and mythical beasts.

But noooooo...we have to kill it, kill, kill, kill it if it's different or awesome. We have desroyed so much that would make you respect (and yes fear) nature, it's sad.

One day, when all the fear and wonder is gone, we will have no reason to leave any trace of nature behind in it's raw form, and be forced to watch cgi holograms and visit clone parks to see what the fuss was all about. All between trips from the parking deck to the mall, of course.
Pigs aren't native to North America.
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Old 05-29-07, 06:39 PM   #15
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I read that the kid shot his first deer at age 5. Why is a 5 year old hunting deer?
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Old 05-29-07, 06:41 PM   #16
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why not? i killed my first deer at age 4. liberals :shakehead:
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why not? i killed my first deer at age 4. liberals :shakehead:
It has nothing to do with being a liberal. I just think it's weird for a 5 year old kid to shoot a deer; I don't see the point.
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Not much scares me in a forest, except a pig that has gone wild. There is something about an omnivore that is much nastier than a predator. (we are omnivores) Bears, pigs, humans just to name a few.

I don't have much sympathy for a domesticated animal that gets loose, turn feral and ends up dead. I hear in some parts of the USA wild pigs are a serious problem. There isn't much danger in running out of them.
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ot:i went turtle fishin the other day, caught one thatwe had to get a sack to carry it in, it wouldn't fit in a 5 gallon bucket
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Serrendiper - anytime you want to see a monster pig, I am sure some pig farmer with a boar will be happy to let you see one of the evil things. I was chased by a 1,000 lb boar once. Not fun.

And there are some huge bulls out there I have seen - we even have Water Buffalo (imported) down here. Those things are so big that they just WALK through fences. They don't even notice the barbed wire.

There is no danger in losing large domesticated animals, after all, they are bred for size.
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that monster pig, i'm pretty sure was a sham. i say that in 2003, when hogzilla was in full effect, the people found the biggest boar they could, fattened it for 4 years, and had a little fat kid shoot it
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Serrendiper - anytime you want to see a monster pig, I am sure some pig farmer with a boar will be happy to let you see one of the evil things. I was chased by a 1,000 lb boar once. Not fun.

And there are some huge bulls out there I have seen - we even have Water Buffalo (imported) down here. Those things are so big that they just WALK through fences. They don't even notice the barbed wire.

There is no danger in losing large domesticated animals, after all, they are bred for size.

Thanks for clearing that up for me...I thought that guy was a giant forest god like in Princess Monoke.




Dead serious about this...you never know what's out there. So wild boars never become giants? Too bad.
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