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Thread: Why you should keep your piece within arms reach.

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    Illustriative picture demonstrating the need to keep a firearm handy.
    H/T http://www.theothersideofkim.com/ind.../single/18296/

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    Okay caption contest!

    "I'd prefer a wildebeast, but flabby human will do..."

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    A swift demise for a slow thinker.

    Huzzah for Darwinism!

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    Caption: Condition White: Think of it as evolution in action.

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    http://diy.despair.com/motivator.php
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    longwatch wrote: Ahahhahaha LOVE IT
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    Wait a minute.....

    It is daylight and this guy is hanging out in his tent reading?? Come on!!!!

    A big game hunter is not going to be wasting his time reading books during the day.

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    Well its obvious its staged or a photoshop because pith helmets went out of style about 80 years ago.
    :celebrate

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    Are you saying when I go out wearing my helmet I am out of style??

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    That and when you dress like one of the village people too.
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    Awwww - look at the cute kittie eating the idiot tourist.

    -ljp

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    TASTES LIKE CHICKEN!

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    longwatch wrote:
    That and when you dress like one of the village people too.
    So at the next OC picnic I should not wear any of that headgear??

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    longwatch wrote:
    Well its obvious its staged or a photoshop because pith helmets went out of style about 80 years ago.
    :celebrate
    Except for Marine Corps line coaches at the Cherry Point rifle range.

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    It's a 'how to' book on lion hunting from National Geographic. Lets see now you go stand over there. I'll get my gun and go over... it's all right here in the picture, see right here.

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    Hmmm, the other white meat.

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    (Lion) "So you have to ask yourself one question....do you feel lucky, punk?"

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    Lion: "My turn!"

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    I'll admit...I blinked.

    And then I took a close look at the shadow angles. whewww

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    Fallschirmjäger wrote:
    I'll admit...I blinked.

    And then I took a close look at the shadow angles. whewww
    There is obviously two suns out in the sky. One behind the lion and one behind the meal.

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    I'm disappointed that there are not pictures of me with a puma (named Ladybird) under one arm and a leopard (named Henry) under the other, from the meeting of the Long Island Ocelot Club at Alum Rock Co. Park, San Jose, California in the mid-Sixties.

    If you gotta go, at the 'hands' of a top predator isn't the worst. Keeps evolutionary humility in mind.

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    Nigel demonstrates to the California legislature the advantages of a bill to tighten gun storage laws...

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    Doug Huffman wrote:
    I'm disappointed that there are not pictures of me with a puma (named Ladybird) under one arm and a leopard (named Henry) under the other, from the meeting of the Long Island Ocelot Club at Alum Rock Co. Park, San Jose, California in the mid-Sixties.

    If you gotta go, at the 'hands' of a top predator isn't the worst. Keeps evolutionary humility in mind.
    My mental image of you, Doug, keeps getting more interesting! :celebrate

    Please don't ever post any photos of yourself, that would ruin the fun!

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    LEO 229 wrote:
    Wait a minute.....

    It is daylight and this guy is hanging out in his tent reading?? Come on!!!!

    A big game hunter is not going to be wasting his time reading books during the day.
    Maybe he's trying to figure out what kind of Lion it is! :what:

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