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Hunting Big Game if you Could?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karl Helweg 21 hours ago. 62 Replies

So imagine a world where elephants and rhinos and tigers and other big game of the 1800s HADN'T been hunted nearly to extinction.  Imagine we lived in a fictional world where all the big game animals…Continue

Can Men and Women be Just Friends

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam S. on Monday. 31 Replies

I had a nice long chat with a good friend earlier today about the age old question of whether men and women can actually be friends.  I won't tell you my stance and belief.  I want to hear everyone's…Continue

Tags: women, men, friendship

Innocent or Experienced Girls

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Mar 11. 37 Replies

Every now and then I meet a guy who's trying to find his sweet, innocent, virgin princess.  Not just young guys either.  Society seems to put a ton of value on attractive girls who are barely adults…Continue

Most expensive toy/luxury you've ever bought.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brad Williams Mar 4. 37 Replies

Anyone want to own up about the strangest/most expensive random luxury you've ever bought?  What I'm talking about here are things that would logically be classified as a total waste of money: …Continue

 

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Brad Williams replied to Brandon's discussion Admiring aspects of times of oppression
"I dislike porn from pre-shaving times. LOL"
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Brad Williams replied to Brandon's discussion Admiring aspects of times of oppression
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Karl Helweg replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"A different type of "trophy room" from Germany:  http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charivari_%28Schmuckkette%29  Chari-vari is the semi-useless vocabulary word of the day.  Their origin is unclear but Napoleonic soldiers…"
21 hours ago
Regular Joe replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"If you're hunting bison for meat, that's one thing. If you're hunting it for sport, as you've pointed out, that's another. The point I was trying to make was that hunting a lot of big exotic game is about as sporty as…"
23 hours ago
Brad Williams replied to Kevin's discussion Will someone please explain Jesus to me? in the group Christian Men
"I'm going to catch nothing but hell for posting on here, as I too am an atheist.  But I won't talk about reasons I don't think it's true.  I'll tell you what satisfied me for a while when I WAS a believer. …"
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Regardless of the specifics, we can all agree on one thing. Jesus Christ was the perfect Man who died and rose again for us such that we could have fellowship with Him
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Brad Williams replied to Brandon's discussion Admiring aspects of times of oppression
"Was apartheid good for whites in South Africa?  Sure.  Was it terrible for blacks?  Absolutely. I think it's fine to point out an awesome thing in history, even if it happened at the same time as something horrible.  Like,…"
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Brad Williams replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"Well, in the book the two main characters are basically Victorian gents from an alternate England.  They are sent as ambassadors to an alternative continent kinda like Africa and Australia mixed together.  I mention alot of survival…"
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Regular Joe replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
""But apart from ecological concerns, how do you feel about safari hunting as a sport itself?" Having been on (non-hunting) safaris, I'd say that it's not really much of a sport in most cases. If you're tracking man-eating…"
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Nate Thallas replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"Fair enough. I guess it just isn't as well-popularized outside of Texas. Up here, almost anything of bovine origin that goes through a smoker gets "Texas-style" attached to it, erroneously I know. Brisket, sirloin, short ribs (my…"
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Steve Dallas replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"The really big ones are crap. If you can get one under 100lbs you are good. We got one that was about 50lbs and was great. Shot one that was 200+ and you didn't want to go near it the smell was so bad.   Plus, most processors until…"
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Jack Bauer replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"We barbecue everything in Texas.  Pork included.  The distinction is that we include beef, not that we abandon pork. JB"
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Nate Thallas replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"That must have been a church supper for the ages. Heh."
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Chuck Knight replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"One of the local cemeteries put out an ad in the newspaper, asking for any hunters to meet up and go on a hog hunt.  They were disturbing the grave sites, rooting in the ground with their tusks.   I think that hunt eliminated around 150…"
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Nate Thallas replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"My point exactly. Makes me wonder why pork-centric barbecue is almost absent in Texas. Seems to me that it would be a good way to curb a destructive pest. New ad campaign from the Texas DNR, perhaps?"
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Chuck Knight replied to Brad Williams's discussion Hunting Big Game if you Could?
"They are escaped hogs OR their offspring.  Either way, they breed almost as fast as rabbits, and are a genuine nuisance.   They're also really good eatin'."
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