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Ever want to kill your dentist.......

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scarletmike

Researching the Magic!
True hunting is fine (food, survival, etc.), and trophy hunting doesn't bother me as long as they're not hunting protected species illegally and/or luring the animals outside protected zones to kill them (a friend's parents had a friend who did a lot of hunting and had a trophy room, but not a single protected animal, it was cool to see).

This asshole, however, deserves everything that comes his way, and I hope he gets nailed by the authorities over this and the US cooperates (given he admitted to lying to F&W in 06, they may be willing to on this case). Claiming he had no knowledge they were luring the animal out of a preserve is nothing short of a bold-faced lie. I also hope his guides get hammered as well, as they definitely knew what they were doing.
 
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Muck

Enjoy Every Sandwich
I wanted to kill the Navy Dentist who decided to take out all four of my wisdom teeth after he had the rubber wedge in my mouth and I couldn't argue.

Maybe this is the same SOB.

Fry 'em.
 
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Buckerooni

To the last, I grapple with thee.
Why do something like this? Unlike his guides, he didn't do it for profit, he paid big money to fly over there and he paid more big money to do it. So he's not doing it for food, he's not doing it for profit, he's not doing it for the "sport," since there is no real challenge here. So that just leaves a grotesquely flawed character that requires killing something bigger than he is so he can feel special?

I feel sorry for his family and his patients. I would be really creeped out to find out something like this about my dentist. I wonder if Palmer mounts bicuspids in his office and talks about how many he's "taken?"
 
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jlb1705

hipster doofus
Bookie
My birthday present when I turned fourteen was a shotgun and enrollment in a gun safety course so I could hunt with my cousin and uncle. The course was at WPAFB and taught by a neighbor that I knew from outside of the class - a bigtime sportsman, a self-described "gun-nut" and "redneck". One of the things he told the class pretty much from the start was that if he didn't plan to eat the meat from the animal, he took a camera instead of a gun. That stuck with me in a big way. In my view, hunters also have responsibilities as conservationists. Most of the hunters that I know are also the best stewards of wildlife that I know. This guy seems like the opposite of that.
 
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Saw31

High Seas Rogue
I don't get this either. Hunt it because you can eat it or hunt it if it is threatening life and limb. This isn't hunting. This is old world aristocrat bullshit where they fenced in all the game so some inbred Royal could kill as many animals as he pleased...
 
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Bucklion

Throwback
Staff member
Former Premier League Champ
Why do something like this? Unlike his guides, he didn't do it for profit, he paid big money to fly over there and he paid more big money to do it. So he's not doing it for food, he's not doing it for profit, he's not doing it for the "sport," since there is no real challenge here. So that just leaves a grotesquely flawed character that requires killing something bigger than he is so he can feel special?

I feel sorry for his family and his patients. I would be really creeped out to find out something like this about my dentist. I wonder if Palmer mounts bicuspids in his office and talks about how many he's "taken?"
Its like "Hostel" almost...
 
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BIATCHabutuka

out of chaos comes playoffs
Who lured the lion out?

The the for profit guides / company or their customer?

If it was the guides / company, does the customer know this?

What was the luring process, did they have to remove a fence or something? Did they then place some lion food outside the broken fence and then shoot the lion right outside the fence?


Why is this such a big story at all? Is it just a distraction for liberals from the selling of aborted baby parts on the news?
 
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Bucklion

Throwback
Staff member
Former Premier League Champ
Who lured the lion out?

The the for profit guides / company or their customer?

If it was the guides / company, does the customer know this?

What was the luring process, did they have to remove a fence or something? Did they then place some lion food outside the broken fence and then shoot the lion right outside the fence?


Why is this such a big story at all? Is it just a distraction for liberals from the selling of aborted baby parts on the news?
As I understand it they used a dead animal on their jeep
 
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BIATCHabutuka

out of chaos comes playoffs
As I understand it they used a dead animal on their jeep
I would have went with lion pussy, but that is probably my male bias showing through.

Speaking of animal pussy. . .



I don't know that using the scent of a dead animal is enough to say that they lured this animal out of his preserve.

I would need to see that they were at the border trying to lure an animal out of the preserve. To bring this dentist into the liability mix, I would need to see that he was part of the luring process or at least aware of it. If the company lured the animal out without his knowledge and then he kills it on private land as part of a licensed hunt, then I don't see where he is wrong.

I don't buy that he should have seen the collar and not shot. I can see where the collar would be hidden by the black mane.
 
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