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Ehrhardt, SCSHowing Animals Respect and Kindness (SHARK), an Illinois animal rights group, has taken the fight against animal cruelty into the 21st century by equipping a state-of-the-art helicopter drone with surveillance equipment to create a platform by which the behavior – or misbehavior – of hunters can be recorded and assessed. Effective? You decide…

On February 12, SHARK operatives deployed the drone outside of the boundary of the Broxton Bridge Plantation. Broxton Bridge Plantation is self-described as offering ‘a wide variety of hunting opportunities on over 7,000 acres of land’ including ‘deer hunting, wild hog hunting, duck hunting over decoys, in addition to pheasants and bobwhite quail.’ On this particular day, though, the target of SHARK was a BBP pigeon hunt.

As the hunters were positioned on the plantation grounds ready for the hunt to begin, SHARK members completed final preparations to the drone that was to serve to document the hunters’ vile actions and contempt for animal life. At the crucial moment, the video-equipped high-technology eight-propeller helicopter drone is released and lifts flawlessly into the air.  As the drone rises above the treeline, though, the quiet buzz from the drones engines is interrupted by much louder bursts of sound from the nearby fields.

“Are they shootin’ at it?” asks one of the SHARK volunteers incredulously in a video taken at the time of the launch.

No. No. …it cannot be. Could it be that people armed with guns in preparation to shoot and kill flying birds might brazenly shoot at an expensive aircraft paid for by animal rights activists and equipped with video equipment intended to gather data with the intent of putting an end to their prized activity?!? No! It most certainly is not possible.

Then, as the drone staggers and begins to fall, the same SHARK volunteer is heard saying, “Oh, dang it.”

…and with that stark realization – and a collective gasp worldwide – we are left to conclude that, yes. Yes. …perhaps, it is possible.

A police report was filed by SHARK members in hopes that the hunters who shot down their survellance drone will be identified and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. On the video, the founder of SHARK expressed his lack of faith that local police will be working hard to identify the perpetrators. How odd his view… given the unconditional support that southern law enforcement has typically afforded animal rights groups.

In the meantime, SHARK volunteers are left with the quandary of how to make their expensive donor-funded intelligence-gathering drone an unattractive target to the very hunters that they have organized themselves against. Perhaps disguising it as a bald eagle? …or one of Santa’s reindeer. I mean, nobody would shoot at one of Santa’s reindeer. Would they?!

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  • malq

    LOL
    From what I understand is it is a private hunting ground and a pigeon shoot at that. WTF are animal rights advocates doing there? Jesus Christ! last night a weasel killed two of my chickens and I am afraid a PETA drone will show up.

      Protesting private hunts on private land will lead to illegal poaching, which is what they should be worried about.Much like banning prostitution leads to rapes. Man will hunt and fuck.

    Go to Africa and save the last 35 White Rhinos from poachers. That horn will sell on the Chines market for $2000/Oz. The need to snort it to get a hard on. Send your fucking drone up to stop the slaughter of elephants who are shot and left to rot after the ivory tusks are harvested.  Next, hop a plane to the rain forest and stop the murder of Silverback gorillas for their hands as tourist trinkets, or bushmeat.
    WTF are they doing at a private hunting plantation stopping the murder of winged rats?

    One thing we could do for hunters is take the Bald Eagle off the endangered species list and have licensed hunts for them. Anyone that thinks the Bald eagle is going extinct, has obviously not been to the Ketchikan, AK dump.

  • Josh

    Don’t fuck with a man and his right to hunt.

  • Valerie

     I believe they did remove the Bald Eagle, but because it is a symbol of our nation, it will always be illegal to hunt them.

  • Valerie

    I can’t stand activists. They have no concept of how horribly some of these animals would suffer if they are left to their own.  Here in Missouri, we have a very well managed deer population, sometimes they have to extend the hunting season because there are too man y deer for the land to support. Also, deer are viscous animals. My neighbor’s husband was almost attacked by one while they were out looking for their cat (not to mention the damage they do to cars when they fling themselves into oncoming traffic). Check out this video of a sweet little baby deer and it’s mommy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADGn1GABF0Q

  • princessgrandma

    If it was a private hunt, on private property, then then the drone was violating air space.  Then again, it’s kind of stupid to send a FLYING spy drone to fly over a BIRD hunt.  There are some that have the “if it’s flying, shoot it” mentality.

  • GGMon

    I agree.
    I can understand if they’re trying to protect endangered species, but pigeons? Does anyone really give a fuck about pigeons? They’re nasty, ugly, poop on everything, and their shit is nearly acidic.

    Not to mention these motherfuckers pooped on me 3 times on nearly the same goddamn spot. I’m lucky I didn’t get any diseases.

    Fucking evil cunts

  • Tenbux

     Or a “Goddammit it’s scarin the birds!  Shoot it!” mentality.
    Or alternatively, “ITS THAH NEW WORLD ORDAR!!!  THEYS COME FOR MAH GUNS AND MAH FREEDOM!!  SEMPER FIDELIS TYRANNOSAURUS!!  I WONT LETS YA ANAL PROBE ME AGAIN YEW DAMNABLE MIND CONTROLLING LUNAR JEW LIZARDS!!!”

  • malq

     It’s ok, your on DD you don’t have to hold back. You can say how you really feel about pigeons.

  • malq

    Damn, I got so excited when I started reading your post, I went outside and shot one. When I came back in and finished reading it,…

  • Lena60

    Iam an animal lover as I have stated on here already, but these animal activist are idiots.Hunting is not illigal.This is on private property. Why don’t they go were it is illigal as Malq mentions and do some good. This is just a wast of time and is stupid.

  • Lena60

    Ok as iam posting, I look over at the side panel there. can anyone else see that huge muscular black guy? Is he fucking real? OMG!

  • PhantasmaGora

    Damnit! We should start a group and use our aerial drone to shoot down activist drones… Epic.

  • wolfcat

     LMAO, DuMBeST ARGUMENT EVER. “wE HUNT ANIMALS to SAVE THEM…” I live in Montana where we have wolves. Yet, there’s no way that the circle of life will ever function like it used to before humans were here if we don’t so mercifully kill deer, elk, moose, bison…. Then they wonder why the fuck wolves eat cows… I’m pretty sure nature took care of it’s self before we got involved. Up here the only problem in ranchers that think if the government has the nerve to protect the nature that they want to hunt then the gov should pay them…. Since when is it the gov’s responsibility to remove any business risks? Since when should the gov make it easy on stupid ranchers who can’t even figure out how to use dogs to deter wolves like most countries do or the many other non fatal deterrents? *shaking my head*

  • wolfcat

    No matter how anyone feels, this was illegal. It’s destruction of property. If it’s okay for hunters to shoot this down, is it okay for a white guy to shoot up a black guys car because he hates blacks? Or for someone to trash anything just because they don’t agree with something? 

  • malq

    That quite a leap from shooting a toy drone off your property(which is quite legal), to a race driven murder.  If you want the truth, it looks to me, like the drones”parents” were breaking the law by trespassing.

    If I put a sign in your yard, you take it down and smash it, Is that destruction of property?

  • PhantasmaGora

    Well played sir!

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    You’ve made me crack up in tears twice today so at this point I’m going to ask you to stop. 

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    Pigeon is quite tasty, though we like to dress it up and call it Squab.

  • Deety

    Oh, for god’s sake, put some clothes on!

    Or at least move the camera a little to the left. 

  • Deety


    SHowing Animals Respect and Kindness”? 

    I show respect for their deliciousness by eating them. 

  • Deety

    If the hunter kills the animal cleanly, it seems more humane to me to eat an animal that had a free life than one that sat in a cage. 

    But hunting seems like a stupid amount of work, when you could just raise the animals yourself and wouldn’t have to wander around the woods waiting for one of them to walk past. 

    Still, unless they were taunting the pigeons before shooting them, I’m not sure what the problem is here. Other than “Pigeon? Ew!”, of course. 

  • Josh

    I had this avatar before and people told me to change it then as soon as I did people asked me to change it back. I zoomed out so it doesn’t look like I am getting sucked off…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Scott-Young/100000447767432 Scott Young

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNA9rQcMq00

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    Well nobody else did it so here goes…

    Shooting on a plantation? I thought that was ended in 1865.

    Seriously, I only believe in hunting if it’s for personal consumption and you use as much of animal that can be use for coats, rugs, boots, etc. I also do not eat animals and consume very little (none if possible) dairy but I feel that these animal rights people are out of line a lot of times. They were hunting on private property and maybe I missed it but I didn’t see where they have been fined in the past for anything animal related so just let them be.

    Just because we don’t like something doesn’t mean that we need to force those views down other people throats. If that were the case I would shut down every grocery store that sold liver because that stuff is horrible and should be outlawed.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Scott-Young/100000447767432 Scott Young

    Exactly what were they trying to accomplish? Did they assume that the hunters would be acting outside of the confines of the law? Did they think video of animals being hunted would sway others to their cause?  Seems like an this was just an expensive publicity stunt.

  • Josh

    “Shooting on a plantation? I thought that was ended in 1865.” $7.25/hr is slave wages

  • kniption

    Great.  In Montana you have natural predators to deer.  It sounds like hunting for population control in Montana would be relatively pointless. 

    You may not have noticed that you were replying to someone from Missouri.  Allow me to be of some assistance here…  You were replying to someone from Missouri.

    Interestingly, Missouri does not have an abundance of wolves.  According to the Missouri Department of Conservation:


    Without control, deer populations tend to increase until they exceed the food supply. Range destruction and starvation follow over-population. Therefore, some means of control is needed to keep deer numbers in balance with their food supply. Man must control deer numbers in Missouri, because most natural predators have been eliminated. Hunting is the most effective means of achieving this control. Therefore, hunting plays an important role in deer population management.

    http://mdc.mo.gov/landwater-care/animal-management/deer-management/planning-ahead-wildlife-survival-white-tailed-deer- 

    So while hunting for population control may, in fact, be the “dumbest argument ever” in Montana, that argument is not nearly as dumb as the arrogant presumptuous Montana-is-the-center-of-the-fucking-universe-view that what doesn’t work in Montana would automatically not work anywhere else, either.

  • Josh

    Way to hand them their ass. =)

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    And some how people find a way to live on it. God bless them because I don’t know how they manage.

  • Valerie

     Thanks. The only natural predators that deer have here are cars.

  • malq

    Thanks man, since we are being all polite and shit, Is that Avatar really you? Stunning!

  • malq

    cant, fap fap, stop,fap fap fap

  • malq

     I have no idea why that plugged urinal is following me around.

  • malq

     This is crazy, everytime I post, i get a picture.

  • http://twitter.com/piperanasazi Piper Anasazi
  • wolfcat

     I’m from Georgia. Way more populated than Missouri. I’ve been to 29 states. I stick by my point. Nature can handle itself. What’s really dumb is presuming that I don’t know about other states. Same excuse everywhere. I had high school teachers that were ex fish and wildlife.

  • wolfcat

     It’s not violating air space. You clearly have no idea about the *laws of air*.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/William-Dean-Luke/1245322900 William Dean Luke

     It’s called the “Ramen Noodle every night” diet.

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    That’s how I made it through college. Ramen noodles and stealing cereal from the caf. Ahh…good times.

    I admire those who are able to live off of minimum wage, they are money managing GENIUSES!!

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  • JohnQknowitall

    Wish I could like this post four more time.

  • JohnQknowitall

    I agree. We should let natural fires burn and allow viruses to do as nature wishes. No abortions or birth control either.

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    Is there any better smell in the world then grilled animal flesh? Especially on a charcoal grill? I would say no.

  • kniption

    According to the Georgia DNR Wildlife resources Division:

    Deer can build up high populations quickly where agricultural crops are adjacent to good cover, therefore the continuation of hunting year after year is necessary to maintain acceptable stable deer populations.

    http://www.georgiawildlife.com/node/248 

    Two down… 27 to go…

    I don’t see how the number of states you’ve been to matters.  A comparative plot showing a 20-year history of game vs. predator population growth and number of hunters vs. bagged kill for each of those states might.  

    This is my point:  Nature could handle itself before we showed up.  With the cars and roads and subdivisions and everything else, we have pretty much screwed it all up.  That means two alternatives:  a) plow it all under and take boats across the ocean; or b) think intelligently about how to grapple with the situation that exists on a state-by-state basis. 

    Do the states have it right?  Probably not.  Do you and your one-size-fits-all do-nothing approach?  Definitely not.

  • JohnQknowitall

    I agree a law was broken, but I can remove myself from the situation. The vandal shooters should be held accountable and the animal rights assholes should be held accountable for being nuisances.

    BS for shock videos which tend to only desensitize people to the perceived bullshit “atrocities” that they so passionately hold to be, well, atrocities.

    God forbid they help humans.

  • JohnQknowitall

    While reading this story I was eating a 3 inch well marbled steak.  Damn it was a terrific steak with cooked onions, crushed garlic cloves, stewed tomatoes on the side, a few small red potatoes, and a small bowl of mixed salad greens. Thank-you God for cows. I understand why the Indians love them.

  • Valerie

     I just ate homemade carnitas. Pork slow-fried in lard!

  • JohnQknowitall

    YES!!! And we are helping the economy with the additional medical care we will require. Looking forward to the morning’s real bacon and real eggs. YUMMY!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=602966870 Bill Loman

    Im sorry, but you have to be a special sort of stupid to fly a toy over a bunch of heavily armed rednecks and not think something is getting shot at. Thats just weapons grade stupidity there…

  • http://about.me/ricfulop Ric Fulop

    I love multicopters! This is hilarious :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=8306837 Greg Mikeska

    WOW! I am eating steak too! With macaroni! :-D

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BMXCEJGFXRXSUXUERKMALO7ND4 Nunyo Bidness

    Pidgeon Season! Wabbit Season! Pidgeon Season! Wabbit Season! Pidgeon Season! Wabbit Season! Pidgeon Season! Wabbit Season!  BLAM! Quadcopter season! LOL!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BMXCEJGFXRXSUXUERKMALO7ND4 Nunyo Bidness

     I smoked a Brisket, Rack of Lamb, and a Pork roast today. Nyah!

  • shadough

    I love animals. I work with animals as a volunteer. I even have a pet rat whom I adore. But this was just dumb. Hunting is legal. Let it go.

  • GGMon

    Well you asked for it!!!!

    LOL. I think I have a higher tolerance for roaches than I do pigeons. At least roaches have a purpose: They are considered the Janitors of the animal chain. A pigeon, I have no idea.

    I’m still trying to like the “winged ones” I can stand the wingless ones. The ones with wings still creep me out.

  • GGMon

    I’m hesitant to try that. Is it toxic?

  • GGMon

    I hope so. He can get it.

    Mmmmmmmmmmmm

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/TYPOBLWIBSCY2A7GQQODMY32EA George Comeaux
  • http://www.facebook.com/robmarc1 Rob Marci

     You should care because these are the same type of people who would promote dog fighting it was still legal. This sport has nothing to do with hunting or eating and everything to do with money. The birds are starved and tossed out of a box just to be maimed and killed for entertainment and money.

  • http://www.facebook.com/robmarc1 Rob Marci

    They don’t eat them and never would you can watch that in this video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLu4PxCC6qw

  • http://www.facebook.com/robmarc1 Rob Marci

     They don’t eat these birds
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLu4PxCC6qw

  • http://www.facebook.com/robmarc1 Rob Marci

     Do you support private dog fights on private property?

  • http://www.facebook.com/robmarc1 Rob Marci

     Do you even have a clue what you are talking about?

  • orionp3

    Stupidity was shown on both sides here. The animal rights people for wasting time and money on a trivial pursuit to save flying rats ! And the hunters for being such lousy shots that they only winged it.

  • degeneratemonkey

    Well?  You’re eating a 3 inch steak WELL?  Now that should definitely be illegal.

    Waste of a good steak.

  • DamagedGoods

    Admirable!

    (I rather enjoy posting random one word responses that may or may not actually have anything to do with the post I am responding to.)

  • wolfcat

     lol, the vast majority of wild fires are caused by man which is why we should not allow them to burn. Viruses pretty much do as nature wishes. It’s impossible to cure a virus and we only treat it’s symptoms. Abortions and birth control wouldn’t be needed if we didn’t have modern medicine. There were only about 1 billion people on the planets a little over 100 years ago. People should just stop screwing things up. We have yet to make the world better no matter how hard people claim they are doing the “right” thing.

  • wolfcat

     Hmmm, agriculture… If people would stop shooting all the predators then they wouldn’t need to hunt.

  • wolfcat

     The animals rights people didn’t violate any laws. If being a nuisance was a real crime then I would be a happy person because 99% of people would be in jail. lmao

  • kniption

    On that, I agree.  I used to think that the predators mostly died out from the natural imbalance caused by human impact, but – in the midwest – it is more-or-less open season on some predators year round.  That is an example of absolutely piss-poor wildlife management.

  • Tenbux

    Thank you for your input, Admiral False Equivalency.
    Dog fights are illegal everywhere.  Hunting deer, hogs, and birds is not illegal in their respective seasons (if applicable).

  • Sam

    “they fling themselves into oncoming traffic” – LMAO!
    I have visions now of groups of them huddled by the side of the road “oooh, ima get that Merc goo-ood! Listen to my countdown now, no more false starts – yes Vixen, i’m talking to you – i saw what you did to Rudolph last week. He did need to be taken down a peg or two, but really, a semi? That was a bit harsh. Kay now, get ready, here he comes – THREE! TWO! ONE! PUSH!” YAAAAAAAAsplat!!!

    Thank you for that. ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/FXguy Bill Cassinelli

    Too bad it was only a drone. I’d have slept wonderfully tonight to learn that it was chock full of PETA members.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DUYFNUSSCBZSSESMPTYYCKVZ2Y harold s

    The funny part is that the “SHARKS” had already broken up the hunt.  Upon reading a few more articles it seems that most if not all of the hunters had left are were packing to leave before the Heli’ took flight.  That had already won the day.  But that wasn’t good enough,…  they had to try and humiliate these guys but putting a camera on them, too.  Call me crazy, but I think the stupidest thing you’d want to do to an armed man is try to embarrass him.  

    …and FUCK pigeons.  

  • Nemesis

     suicidal deers

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    Not Squab, they are pigeons but not the fly rats that are outside. 

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    I am not a fan of killing just for the sport. As a food source, yes…just to kill an animal, no.

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    Kobe?

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    I love you name.

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    No, the steak was well marbled. I don’t think anyone would disrespect that beautiful piece of meat by eating it cooked any more then medium.

  • Josh

    I agree, thats a sin to meat to turn it into shoe leather.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SNDA37OYLITQLFE4NNHHSTATRM Ricci

    Too funny. The narrator tries desperately to direct the viewers opinion.

  • Andy P

    No shit.  New picture please.  LOL

  • JGo555

    If they disguise it by paintint it pink,  with a big gay rainbow colored flag & the words: “Shoot it if you like DICK in your mouth”, they would have a better chance at NOT get it shut down.

    DUMBASSES.  I see nothing wrong with shooting animals to eat them completely. Now shooting them for fun & trophies? Go away!

  • JGo555

    I think you should’ve said: “Man will FUCKING hunt”.

  • JGo555

    OHAGH!

  • JGo555

    I got crapped on by a pigeon at school:

    1. it was the first period of the day.

    2. ON MY WASHED & BLOW DRIED HAIR ( I have curly hair so that shit took like 2hrs to straighten)

    3. Down the side of my hair

    4. It got smeared on the legs of my glasses’ frame

    5. AND my lenses!!!

    Fuck the pigeons!

  • reapre

    I use propane. But I must agree, mmmmm medium rare steak…I’m hungry now.

  • Deety

    Ooh, Kniption brings the facts, and he brings them hard.

    Have I told you today how amazing you are, Kniption? <3

  • JGo555

    Coulda fooled me…

  • Deety

    If true, that’s fucked up.

    Do you have any sources to cite beyond a YouTube video?

  • Deety

    Bacon, baby. Bacon.

  • Suzeqb

    Actually…my brother owns one of the hunting plantations in ehrhardt (not this one though) and while they usually do not eat all of the birds they do clean then and deliver them to local families who usually do not have enough food….same goes with the deer and turkeys they kill….it is very, very rare an animal goes to waste. We shoot raccoons that eat the catfood in our backyard frequently and i always make my husband go deliver to families that will eat them. And while i am not a huge advocate for hunting, these people were asking for it on private property.

  • JGo555

    First off that baby deer looked like he was about to get molested by the damned cat.

    I fucking hate the fact that the cat was left outside… SEE CAT LOVERS WHAT COULD HAPPEN TO YOUR PRECIOUS KITTY BECAUSE IT’S AN OUTDOOR KITTY!?????

    (got that off my chest)

    Now for the dog, why would the dog be outside? AND WTF!? The dog didn’t do shit, the baby deer smelled like cat & THE DOG GOT THE SHIT BEATEN OUT OF IT!????

    FUCK EVERYTHING!

    Valerie, I have nothing against you nor am I screaming at you. I just need to go relax & not think about shovelling snow after a month of nice winter weather mixed in with melting snow.

    Sowwies.

  • Josh

    =(

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Clyde-Barrow/100003335725011 Clyde Barrow

    This RC did not get shot down by any hunter. The crash was the cause of the operator. I’ve flown and have watched RC planes and choppers and this is not the behavior of an RC being “shot down” and I have suspected this is a ruse by SHARK for attention. If shot, it would have stopped working completely and fallen. The commenter also made biased comments about the “typical behavior” of these hunters. Well that’s quite a statement considering that these very folks flying this RC is just as culpable in their actions acting like they’re the angels of this world protecting animals. As usual, SHARK shows an arrogance while they’re actually misguided and ignorant.

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    I know, sexy as hell isn’t it. I love a smart man. **swoon**

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    Oh, bacon was at the top of my fleshy list. I still think apple smoked bacon should be a cologne. My husband would never get me off of him.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I’m not a hunter because I love the cute little animals, but what you said is spot on. There are animals and ecosystems in desperate need of saving and pigeons aren’t high on that list.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    Malq! I don’t think posting photos of you caulk is really appropriate. 

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    Well, let’s get some goddamn wolves and get up there people!

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    Why bother? He’s not going to listen to you. 

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    Are you a vegan?

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    You only say that cause you know what pieces of meat chef throw at the people who order their meat well. Beef and Tuna should only be eaten rare to medium rare, otherwise the kitchen is throwing the garbage they can’t sell to anyone else on your plate.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    Best eaten raw with a little oil and garlic. Yummers.

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    LMAO! Yes that is very true. 

    Oh, when someone overcooks Tuna, Salmon or steak I want to get stabby. But only with a crappy knife, I’m not messing up my babies.

  • JGo555

    *Beatboxes*

    LIKE A BOSS!

  • JGo555

    Yes, but we have more stoopid people in Earth that don’t care for birth control. viruses spreading, wildfire causing and other stuff you mentioned.

    I suggest you go to SHARK’s website get on your soapbox and yell as much as you want. They will clap, give your positive feedback/reinforcement and your narcissistic personality will be satisfied.

    Good day. I SAID GOOD DAY!

  • JGo555

    I’m sure you’d love to let the wild hog population take care of itself.

    I am also pretty sure that your ass NEVER goes camping. I would love it if the hogs decided that you & your family are intruders in their territory.

    After all, nature takes care of itself…

  • JGo555

    I don’t know about you but FRIED CHICKEN IS FUCKING DELICIOUS!

    & Slow cooked BBQ ribs are my fave!

  • JGo555

    I try not to consume a lot of dairy too, since I am lactose intolerant.

  • JGo555

    I don’t get it though. They revere the cows but don’t eat them & there are so many people dying of hunger there.

    I am blessed that I wasn’t born in Indian cause I sure as f*ck love me some Filet Mignon.

  • JGo555

    THen no matter what they did to me, my parents WILL go to hell for eating their meat until it’s drier than the Sahara.

    I tell them to eat it Med. Well. THey tell me that who says that meat’s supposed to eat it that way? Are they GOd? (Yes, that is how open minded they are).

    They also do leather cooking to baked chicken.

  • Josh

    Good to go until the tube runs out or dries up…. =)

  • wyrosjr

    All hunters that I know do eat the birds they kill. Usually doves, ducks and geese. They taste pretty good but have very little fat. For that reason, they usually are better fried. In a health comparison of a domestic chicken vs a wild bird, the wild animal will win hands down. No injected hormones, no antibiotics, varied diet and almost pure protein. Just don’t eat the lead shot.

  • wyrosjr

    In general, the food in the grocery store is much more toxic than these animals.  

  • wyrosjr

    Same way I made it through angel. Other tricks, 1. eating at buffets 2. hookup from friends that work at various places 3. girlfriends with daddys credit card.

  • wyrosjr

    I mean really, this SHARK group is clueless. How could they think it wouldn’t get shot? That would be the high point of the day, getting to shoot something like that. As for breaking the law, wouldn’t they be breaking the law?

  • wyrosjr

    What about laws applying to recording someone without their permission? Illegal sureveillance ? Trespassing?

  • wyrosjr

    Have you any idea what would happen to deer populations without hunters? Mass starvation cycles. Do some research, you can start with these search terms: key deer Florida

  • wyrosjr

    Again, another misguided viewpoint. Fire is a natural part of forestry ecosystems. Usually they were caused by lightning. It is often the absence of natural fires that contribute to unhealthy forests. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fire_ecology
    You can have a point for overpopulation, that is a big problem.

  • wyrosjr

    Lol, stop agriculture? Mass starvation of the human species. You hate people eh?

  • wyrosjr

    Plain and simple, hunting is fun. Done properly, it cultivates an appreciation for nature and wildlife. It provides recreation in the outdoors. People that like to shoot are drawn to hunting to have something to shoot at. By necessity, most hunting requires land set up favorably for wild animals. Hunters buy land and maintain it expressly for hunting, often times preserving more wildlife than would otherwise happen. All taxes on hunting guns, licenses, ammo etc. in a state usually go to paying for the state fish and wildlife departments.

  • JohnQknowitall

    Actually I don’t think famine is an issue for India right now, but I do pity those who can chow down on a thick juicy hamburger or a steak or even from time to time beef liver.

    I will go as far to say that I am not opposed to eating horses, insects, worms, other sources of high protein, BUT I do refuse to dishonor the soybean by forcing it to pretend to be something it is not! I am planning to purchase several drones to survey soybean farms in the US. Would anyone care to contribute to this project?

  • Athena

    …and be honest.  Invitation to my barbecues depends upon it.  Vegans who lie about their disposition just to hang out frequently get eaten.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

     The pigeons sold for consumption are farm raised. I’ve had squab at a Ritz Carlton buffet once and I thought it was OK. It’s a very dark and gamey kind of meat, a bit like pheasant or a cross between duck and wild pork, but with less grease.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

     I’ve never had dove, is it like pigeon? I’m an adventure eater, which is why I love to travel. Sounds like I should do some traveling right here in the US.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

     I thought it was cute.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

     Ha, you’re such a bitch. :)

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

     Wild hogs are a huge problem in Florida. They are wreaking the natural ecosystems, they are a shoot to kill animal as far as many people are concerned.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

     Ah, hell, now you’ve made me sad honey. I love the cute little key deer and I would gladly see every imported gone feral hog in Florida dead if it meant bring them back to healthy population levels.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    Athena! Eating vegans is wrong. I’m almost positive there is a law. :)

    Although, I do spend extra money for grass feed beef…

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I know. I honestly don’t think I could do it. I left the office with a sniffle and already I’m thinking about where I’m ordering in for dinner because I’m such a baby I don’t feel like cooking sick. Money has made me soft and girly. I used to wait tables in my college days, christ could you imagine going home because you had a sniffle?

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    That is a strange combination my good sir.

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    There is no going home in the kitchen, if you want your job. LOL

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    I am as well. Which helps me out since I eat more Vegan then Vegetarian. Yes, I’m a pro-meat-consumption-non-meat-eater and I’m not ashamed!! LOL

    Hell, if I’m ever starving and there’s a cow in front of me it’s throat will be slit and I’m building a fire and making dinner. Food chain baby!

  • kniption

    This Friday, I am headed straight from where I am now (Europe) to Texas for an annual weekend soiree dedicated to ridding the North American continent of the dreaded wild hog.  My scope- and laser sight-equipped crossbow (and Desert Eagle backup weapon) are on their way to meet me as I type.

    Only together can we save ourselves from wild hog domination…

  • JGo555

    LICK ME!

  • Tenbux

     That’s what I’ve been wondering.  Surely there’s some kind of law out there that prevents people from deploying (shitty) homemade spy drones all over the place.  If not, I think I might go hungry next pay period..

  • RydoLarsson

    Power to the guy but that is most likely one of the gayest videos ive seen on this site wtf

  • wolfcat

     Not every state has those laws. I don’t know about that specific state. *shrugs*

  • wolfcat

    76% of wildfires are cause by humans http://www.fs.fed.us/r8/fireprevention/

    As for you, JG. It’s funny that you magically assume I’m narcissistic from seeing one post I’ve made. You must be the most powerful psychic ever. Or not since you’re completely wrong. While my post says very little about me, yours says so much more about you…

  • wolfcat

     None of those would be a problem if it weren’t for so many mentally retarded humans. XD Those problems are all due to humans perpetuating them.

  • wolfcat

     I go camping all of the time, I have yet to hear of a wild hog in MT. I’ve never met anyone who’s seen one in GA, and when I lived in Tampa I never saw or heard of any either.

    You are so presumptive. That’s not a sign of intelligence.

  • wolfcat

     Where did I ever say that?

    Read much. *puts a sticky note stamped retard on your forehead* Feel free to think it says you’re worth a whole $5 or something.

  • kniption

    JQkia, you are 100% correct that a law was broken by the animal rights folks.
     
    Code of Laws of South Carolina: Title 50. Fish, Game and Watercraft.
    § 50-1-137. Impeding or obstructing hunting, trapping, fishing, or harvesting of marine species unlawful; penalty. 

    It is unlawful for a person willfully to impede or obstruct another person from lawfully hunting, trapping, fishing, or harvesting marine species. Any person violating the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, must be punished as provided by Section 50-1-130. In addition to the criminal penalty, any person convicted must have his privilege to hunt, trap, fish, or harvest marine species recreationally or commercially revoked for one year.

  • lyssdexia

    My father raised and trained bird dogs. He used them to hunt quail. There are some amazing recipes for roast wild quail. They are delicate birds and taste so good when prepared correctly. I especially like whole roast quail in a light white wine/cream/garlic reduction, served over steamed Basmati rice with toasted pine nuts. Steam a fresh green veggie and add some freshly-baked artisan bread – voila! Dinner!

  • VXIII

    If I had to kill my food myself, I coudnt eat, I like the critters too so Il just leave my thoughts and stay out of it.

  • lyssdexia

    I’ve lived in the Tampa Bay area my whole life. We live in a lovely, wooded, gated community with a golf course and nature preserve. There are alligators, armadillos, otters, raccoons, squirrels, snakes, and a bazillion other birds, bugs, turtles, and of course, deer. And we have a band of very dangerous feral pigs. The newsletter just came out recently with pictures of many of my neighbor’s yards (one was just two doors down) that had been totally decimated by this band of pigs. All residents were warned to stay away from them, as they can be viscious and even hurt or kill a child or an elderly person. Apparently, they will attack even when not provoked… Them’s FACTS, not presumptions.

  • Sam

    *suddenly very aware of sickness and diarrhoea bug going around; eyes lunch warily*

  • malq

     I have programmed an auto response button for the front page. Every time I hover over one of Kniptions posts it likes it..   Then I read it. 

  • malq

     Like you said, deer populations USED to take care of themselves. That is until we ran out all their natural predators. Anyone that wants to save deer will change their mind after their second car gets destroyed.  Georgia can easily solve their deer problem by importing North Koreans.
    The last deer there was eaten in 1981. Now the mice are running scared.

  • malq

     Yeah I see them posted here all the time. The females should be sterilized in FL.

  • CT

     I said one thing damn it, one thing! 

  • malq

     That is the absolute truth. preventing forest fires is a big mistake ecologically. The only reason we should is to prevent a town from being burned.

  • malq

     We should and do have controlled burns all the time. The scale it needs to happen on will never be man made. The added factor in harvested forests is that is actually not good for them. the trees are too young.

  • malq

     No, no I don’t.  I just randomly post questions with no basis ,backup or support as to why I think the way I do. but obviously you do with your well thought out and inquisitive post.
    I  stand down brother.

  • http://truecrimereport.com iLLusionS

    For some reason Beavis (sp) and Butthead came into my mind singing *breaking the law breaking the law*….

  • malq

     I blast crows every day if I can with a 12 gauge sawed off shotgun scattershot.. The intent is not to kill them immediately, but to mortally wound them. This allows for time to go back to the nest and tell all his fucking buddies do not go near the malq farm.  

  • malq

     Is that what it is? I jerked off to this video,..twice.

  • malq

     That was a 3″tube steak..

  • malq

     Damn i thought I was bad, I had 3 bong hits before i even got out of bed.

  • JGo555

    Wow, resorting to fancy insulting my cognitive ability. You sure got sum learnin’ at that school.

    I live where there are nice big fat black& grizzly bears & also cougars. If we didn’t relocate this population MY DOG couldn’t go out into my fenced yard because of them.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I’ve had quail before it was really tasty. Asian style is pretty good, I love the crispy skin and you can even eat the bones on the tiny little wings.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    Since you asked so nicely. 

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I live about two hours from Tampa and I see them everywhere. They are a huge problem in the Everglades and basically run wild all around FGCU. I was actually told to be careful and stay away when I did a talk at the University because they are nasty animals and will hurt you. The rooting and eating they do take away from the habitat, food, and ruin the root structures for native plants and animals. They are a terrible destructive force in Florida.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I couldn’t reply to your earlier post, but have fun on your vacation even if it is in Texas. I’d beg you to send me some wild boar, but I’m leaving for Key West tomorrow to hunt down a couple whiskey sours. ;)

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I hear you. I know guy and gals who practically cut a finger off or burned the shit out of themselves and refused to go home. One female cook I know burned herself so badly she got blood poisoning. She didn’t know it at the time of course, but she worked through her whole shift and then I stopped by because we were going out. I took one look at her arm and took her straight to the ER. She was admitted to the hospital for the burns & septicemia and wanted to leave so she wouldn’t miss her shift the next day!   

  • JohnQknowitall

    huh?

  • wolfcat

     Thanks for the heads up, I wish I would have seen at least one while I lived there (even though I probably would have tried to pet it since no one warned me). I went to school in Valrico and no one ever mentioned them there wither and my mom lived in Orlando and I only got to visit her for a week there. Her and my brother also lived in Miami, but I’ve never been there. I don’t think they’ve seen any either or else they would have told me. They say manatees and snakes and dolphins.

    I just went and googled a picture and those things are HUGE. I can understand hunting them though, like Guam. Guam has a huge piggy problem. As long as they get eaten.

  • wolfcat

     I never said anyone was presuming there are pigs. *shaking my head* People on this site are why it’s always been so easy to score 98% on standardized tests from the Iowa to the FCAT to the ASVAB… Americans are so illiterate. When I lived in Tampa and went to school in Valrico and later visited my mom and brother in Orlando, no one said anything about wild boar. I didn’t see any, I didn’t hear of any. I never said they weren’t there. I didn’t see any wildlife aside from birds. I probably missed a lot that FL had to offer. I spent most of my time at school or being brainwashed (at Deeper Life, my mom was a religious nut) with a little time to play in the yard.

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  • Valerie

     Apparently mentally challenged people are responsible for all of the world’s problems. I will be sure that my special needs child does not cause anymore mass extinctions or habitat destruction today.

  • lyssdexia

    I like it! Bring all the North Koreans to Tampa Bay….. KoBeQue Pork for EVERBODAYYYY!!!! And my plants stay nice in the backyard. Win/win.

  • malq

     Yeah maybe we can bbq inside if it’s cold.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Yeah! I’m with you malq. They need to go save the rhinos!

  • LeaveMeBe

    What did your teachers look like? I mean after they were no longer fish and wildlife…

  • LeaveMeBe

    Please quit degrading an entire populace that cannot defend themselves. If you want to come across as the least bit intelligent, you do not have to use the word retard in every comment or resort to calling members on here that as an insult repeatedly. I refuse to read any of your arguments in their entirety because of your use of the word retard.

  • LeaveMeBe

    AND he uses a scope- and laser sight-equipped crossbow and carries a Desert Eagle as back up.

    *swoon*

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    You had me at crossbow… ***buying ticket to Europe***

  • LeaveMeBe

    Are those better for you than tobacco? Or at least less harmful? ;)

  • JohnQknowitall

    Are wild hogs edible at all? If so, is the flavor pungent? 

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    That’s how we BOH broads are. I cut my thumb almost half way through and just wrapped it up and kept it pushing. I’m happy that I still have that thumb and doing that dumbness.

    When I don’t feel well I take Thera Flu Severe Cold every two hours and down half a bottle of Nyquil at the same time and just work through it.

  • LeaveMeBe

    No! Come to Texas and after you hook-up with kniption come by and say howdy to me.

  • LeaveMeBe

    I like the flavor. And let me tell you, you’ve never had a rack of pork ribs until you’ve had a rack off an 800 lb hog. YUM! A word of advice, do not try and use paper plates, I don’t give a damn how strong the advertising claims they are. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=736546181 Michael Heldman

    It wasn’t shot down, that isn’t bullet damage.  That damage was done by a poor landing when they panicked at the possibility of being shot down.  He brought it down too quickly and damaged the propeller on the ground.  Some groups will say anything to support their cause, makes me think they work for the gov.  I’m not a hunter but would gladly beat these idiots up for them. 

  • NiceJoeGreen

     Steve Hemmie (sp?) is my new synonym for “hyperbole.” That guy takes exaggeration to new heights.

    Given the way these “animal rights” groups pursue innocent people and cause them thousands of dollars and hours of misery in pursuit of some misguided aims, it is unconscionable for the narration to portray the shooters as “cowards” for refusing to allow themselves to get drawn into the web of deceit.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    The thread got too long to answer your wild hog question in the right spot, so…

    Depends on their diet, how the meat is smoked/cured after harvest. There are a lot of factors that can affect how it tastes. The bigger the animal the tougher the meat. Also, they are very very lean, as in no bacon. Mostly the meat just tastes like very awesome pork.

  • Babydoll0630

    Anyone else wishing their hubbes aren’t coming home?

  • wolfcat

     I don’t use them in every comment and if you are a failure then please, by all means, do not read what I write. It would go over your head. Intelligence is graded on a bell curve for a reason. most people have an IQ of only about 200 with a good portion scoring lower. I’m well over 75% of the world’s population when it comes to intelligence. I think I earned it. When you accomplish growing a brain or a pair then feel free to demonstrate.

  • wolfcat

    By the way, you can always tell that people know an insult applies to them when they get upset over it. I wrote a long post about crappy parents on my FB wall and some of the best mothers I know posted in support of it. I find that funny because not only are they wonderful mothers, they damn well feel confident about it w/o me ever having to compliment them on what a good job they do.

  • kniption

    Have fun on your hunt but be careful!  Those whiskey sours seem easy to bag, but they have a “pack mentality” and can be dangerous in large numbers…

  • LeaveMeBe

    Well alrighty then. I guess you told me. :P

  • LeaveMeBe

    Ummm, okay. I personally would rather have people think that I am mentally challenged and a decent person than rabidly try and convince them of my intelligence and end up just proving what a jerk I am. But that’s just me.

  • wyrosjr

    I would guess dove is like pigeon, though I have never tasted pigeon. Pigeons in the city are freaky, just like the squirrels, I doubt I could eat them.

  • wyrosjr

    Georgia and Alabama now have more deer than they ever had before. A few reasons for this, agricultural crops provide much more food than the pine forests that were native to most of GA and AL. There are no major predators of animals in these southern states. At one time, there were cougars, bears and wolves in GA and Al. Those are gone and we now have coyotes which are not native to the ecosystem here. Only with man’s help were they able to cross the Mississippi river. They don’t make much of a dent in the deer population. Hunting pressure is actually down from historical levels. In the time following the great depression, deer became very scarce(true for other animals as well). This is is why the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration act came about in 1937. You can read about it here.
     http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pittman-Robertson_Wildlife_Restoration_Act_of_1937

  • wyrosjr

    People shot those animals with good cause. My ancestors settled homesteaded in AL. around 1830. You can read letters that people wrote to each other if you hunt around. It’s fascinating to read about. This land was wild. There was tremendous fear that you would be eaten or attacked. Predators were killed to allow people and their animals to be safe. There was no huge abundance of food or anything else like we have now.

    Ultimately, man is too successful as a species and as our numbers rise, so does everything else suffer. Unfortunately, we are also too primitive to regulate ourselves and so on we march to what is most likely a bad ending.

  • wyrosjr

    I probably did misinterpret your statement about agriculture. It seemed to me as if you read the article posted by kniption and interpreted agriculture as another problem.
    Who does not prefer civility to barbarism?” ? C.S. Lewis,

  • wyrosjr

    They need to put a bounty on those pythons in southern Fl. They are destroying the place.

  • wyrosjr

    No wild hogs in GA? Apparently you have never stepped foot in rural GA, which is what most of GA is, excluding Atlanta. Feral hogs are all over the place. They are domesticated animals that get loose and then become more and more wild through successive generations.
    http://feralhogs.tamu.edu/files/2010/05/Feral-Hogs-in-Georgia.pdf
    Your remark earlier about IQ was also extremely wrong. Average IQ is 100.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intelligence_quotient

  • wyrosjr

    In longleaf pine forests of the southern states, the longleaf pine is the end stage succession. These forests can never reach their natural states without fire. I took some college forestry classes and in one they described fires that would cover whole states. This would happen completely naturally. Longleaf pines are extremely fire resistant.

  • wolfcat

     I understand the reasoning back then. It was justified.

  • Abroad

    I wouldn’t eat city pigeon. Too polluted.

  • captaingrumpy

    What about their right to privacy on private land. PETA was trespassing.

  • wolfcat

     When did I ever say average IQ was anything other than 100? I know that I didn’t.

    I’ve been all over rural GA and never saw or heard about them. My husband lived in Macon for 6 years and heard about them there, but he says he never heard about them when he lived in Pensacola, FL for 6 years. *shrugs*

    Like I said, the only time I’ve heard of a feral hog (and dog) population anywhere that I lived or planned on living was Guam. I never moved to Guam because we didn’t get the transfer. I didn’t know we had a feral pig issue anywhere in the US. Interesting.

  • malq

    The pacific coast redwoods propagate by their pine cones.  The cones are dependent on fire. Sometimes they wait for 50 years.

  • 1Martinway

    You sound like a real knuckle dragger.

  • malq

     Vagina licking is the leading cause of erectile dysfunction.However, in your case this cannot possibly be true. 

  • Algolagniac

    Whoever built the drone needs to work on making it quieter, they may also want to work on it’s appearance. That thing is a very visible target.

    If they want to make it really interesting the Broxton Bridge Plantation should sponsor their own counter drone, designed to shoot down next years attempt at spying on private property.

  • LuvsHorror

    I don’t like hunting, but this was funny.

  • Black

    dont some roaches have wings?

  • Black

    damnit you made me hungry. Curses