Black People : 1st day of Deer hunting Season.

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  1. Full Speed

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    Any deer hunters in the house? Yeah, that's D.E.E.R. hunters, not D.E.A.R. hunters.

    Today the season opened. Yesteday I was out of town about six hours away trying my best to get back to get out there this morning with my boys. I had a long day, got tied up and didn't get to leave until almost 11p.m. I drove through the night pumping mug after mug of coffee trying to make it back in time. At last, it got so sleepy I couldn't see straight so I had to pull over at a convinience store to keep from killing myself.

    It was a very disappointing scene when I woke up later and scene all of the hunters pulling in and out of the store with their sons and a few daughters dressed in their hunting attire, 4 wheelers on their trucks, tree stand in the back, heading to the woods. I'm missing the window of opportunity and I have another hour to drive.

    I called my son and told him he would have to head out without me and that my younger sons would have to stay home because I didn't think it is safe for them to go out with him. When I got home, I was too tired to think about holding a rifle in a tree stand. So, I got a couple of hours of sleep and I am G2G now and ready to catch that window this afternoon.

    My other son is still out "Grocery shopping" I hope he gets one. We love that venison. Some folks hunt for the sport of it, we call it Grocery hunting or Grocery shopping if there is a lot of deer out. We out there for food. We make deer jerky, deer sausage, steaks, stew meat, tender loin, and we mix some with pork fat or with ground beef and grind it.
     
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    fruit, nuts, grains and vegatables

    :geek:....how savage!
     
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    fruit, nuts, grains and vegatables

    Fish, beef, deer, turkey, chicken, and most importantly, COFFEE.



    Now, you talking quality of life.
     
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    checked yr cholesterol lately?

    if it runs from you, don't eat it.
     
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    You know I have to check my cholesterol at least annually. Have to be fit to fly....or bribe the flight surgeon.

    They don't run from me. I sit in the tree and wait for them to walk up to me.

    You can eat only so much of stuff that you can't cook on a grill. Wait a minute James, you don't grill....you sure you're Black??
     
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    fruit, nuts, grains and vegetables......and the occasional fish.
    if you eat meat, the meat will eventually kill you. it's karma.
     
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    I wasn't planning on living forever anyway.

    I actually think it's great that you eat that way. Maybe if I poured some gravy over it all, I could eat that way too. :em2300:

    Talapia, Redfish, trout, all excellent on the grill, but so is brisket and ribeyes.
     
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    If it makes you feel any better. All I killed this afternoon was time.
     
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    I've always wondered if it's not more of how you eat, than what. I've known & seen plenty of people who eat what they wanted, and lived to ripe old ages. But I have also seen those who abuse food, and pay for it in weight or death.
    I think that, as with most things, there's a responsibility. If you eat meat or any of the other things that's supposed to be bad for you, you just can't be a glutton, nor can you lead a non-active lifestyle. Meats, sweets, grease, calories; they all are my friends, but I also not only work at a physically demanding job, but I also walk to & from it every day.
    Like I said, I wonder if it's not more of how than what.
     
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    fruit, nuts, grains and vegetables

    heart disease is no joke. stay in denial and you will find out one day.

    it is sad to see that it is impossible to warn knuckleheads.
    try to tell them that the stove is hot, they laugh and go burn themselves.

    :10500:
     
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