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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Reptile, May 15, 2019.
Bastards are all over my neighborhood. Never in the huntable woods adjacent.
'I'd like to speak with your manger' ...
I can't even begin to imagine all the grief, pain, anguish and 'f*** it! I don't need this shit. I quit!', she's inflicted on business's, restaurants
employees over her miserable life span.
Turkey.... It's what's for dinner
They sense fear. And liberals are full of fear. Everything to them is a crisis that only the government can solve.
They are everywhere, I was talking to a guy at work and he was telling me how dangerous they are with some hook claw they have? I’m not sure but if one got aggressive with me I’d have no problems smashing the shit out of it with anything handy
Lol those do look nasty actually
I did my part , one got aggressive with me this morning and i let him have it. Nice Tom 24lbs
I agree in fast applying more than one boot, it will bring about a" grudging truce " . . . And a new found fact of life for "King Tom " !
I wouldn't say they're dangerous. Maybe to the average wussy liberal they may seem that way...
Is it legal in Mass to garotte turkey. For Sport...?
This photo reminded me of something from the late Miocene ...
Imagine something like this as a 150 pounder standing six-foot tall... and hungry.
Okay but I am still imagining myself hungry. 150 pound turkey? I'm going to need a bigger oven.
And remember, a 150# turkey requires 17 gallons of gravy, 22#s of stuffing, 35#s of mashpo's, and 4 quarts of cranberry sauce.
Oh, and more relatives and In-laws than you can shake a stick at...
Not so fast. My family harvests a lot of wild turkeys. If you pluck, gut them and roast them in the oven, they are not like a domestic bird. The roasting pan will be more tender than the wild bird. The breasts and thighs make nice pot pies and fried fritters. Jack.
Any good Roasting Pan recipes Jack...?
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