Did she scrape the spots off that one? It's so small you can only use it for lunch meat.
Gotta get there before the CWD.
I got my wolf!
Thats where my dog went
Hey kids! Remember that Disney cartoon? And that's a hint to my big surprise! You'll never guess what I shot today! Bambi. It's What's For Dinner!
You guys are ridiculing deer hunting now? I admit it's been a while since I checked in at "Cognitive Disconnect", but that's what y'all are up to these days?
Yes, folks, Roland prides himself to be smart, too.
I'm ridiculing the poor choice of target.That's a low dressing percentage there. Was that actually shot or was it run down with a riding lawnmower? Maybe she caught it in a rabbit snare by mistake? Probably some of the others are ridiculing Republicans. I'm not speaking for them.
Small targets are harder to hit.
Not when they're pent up in a deer farm.
You look at the photo, what else can you think except.... DNR head kills Bambi. But the way she's holding the ear suggests something else. Was this a fawn that got shot with a dart, so it could be tagged for -- I don't know, some kind of CWD study? It could be an update of the old Monty Python routine about the parrot. He's not dead, he's just zonked out on some really serious psychotropic drugs? But if NOT -- if Bambi really is gone forever -- the photo deserves to go viral.
Look closer. The deer has been field dressed, meaning its innards have been removed. It's quite dead.
Go viral?Send to Gawker Wonkette and Fark: Bambi dead.
Been hunting 45 years. Never seen anyone with such a small deer. Let alone smiling for te camera with it.
Hear her talk about it in her own words."And, I gotta tell ya for all of your listeners that haven't done it before; man, they're missing it. Because there is nothing like that adrenaline, and then you know, having a successful ah, harvest and that moment of excitement and thrill is just exhilarating."http://www.wrn.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/stepp112111.mp3"