Shoot Them All and Cut Them Up Into Little Pieces

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Living in Wisconsin, I’ve had my share of encounters with deer on the road.

Don’t get me wrong, hunters, I understand you want to maintain a certain herd size so that you can go hunting every year, but to me, deer are just mobile road-hazards.

If it were up to me, I’d call for those Hoofed Rats of Unusual Size to be hunted to extinction in one year, never to plague mankind again.

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  1. @#1 Jimmy, my little girl was the typical “Daddy don’t kill the cute raccoon!” type, as most little girls are. Until the day that a raccoon killed three of her prized young chickens. Daddy was given, in no uncertain terms and using language that made Daddy secretly proud, carte blanche to execute every &$@@$?!!$& one of them, with extreme prejudice. License to kill. Daddy happily complied. Quietly.

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  2. Hunting Bambi with a 45-120? Damn, somebody isn’t interested in having anything left for dinner.

    Racoons lost their aww cute status when I had to pay the vet nearly $1000 to put the dog back together. I like the EZ-100 tanning kit, two of those raccoons now decorate my desk at work.

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  3. With all the driving I’ve done over the years, I’ve never hit a deer. I did have one hit me, though. Came bounding out of the woods, jumped a fence, and ran smack dab into the front passenger door on my car. Sh*t all over the side if the car. Then, got up an ran back into the woods. I hope the SOB died.

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  4. No 8… Years ago I took my best friend deer hunting on doe days. He used a Marlin in 45-70. The results ae as you described.

    10…. An in-law just two years ago was rammed by a deer while riding his Harley on the Blue Ridge Parkway. He was in the hospital six months. A deer is nothing to fool with.

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