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On 9/14/2016 at 9:13 AM, ANYFISH2 said:
Move slow, practice drawing and shooting from a seated postion, and have patience. You can shoot a deer from 11 ft up for sure.
Most of my stands are up 12-16 ft to platform. I don't like heights much.
Anyfish2 has good advice!
Not sure where best topic for this is, so here it is...
Pretty funny....From TwitterQuote
1 hour ago, Wanderer said:
Is that all I'm good for?!
I know the answer is yes....
Everyone has to be good for something right??
Hope you make it.
27 minutes ago, delcecchi said:
This isn't about other candidates. This is about Johnson looking stupid on TV, twice in close succession.
Both showed total ignorance of the world. And it's not just that he didn't recognize that Allepo had something to do with this thing going on in the middle east, or that he couldn't come up with the name of a foreign leader, but that he just sat there with a dumb look on his face and couldn't even think of something to say. Maybe "Hey, how about them hawkeyes" would have worked. (I'll post the joke if you haven't heard it)
Meh, like I said. His mistake was going into an open interview with questions that were never vetted and pre approved like traditionally happens and yeah, for that he and his campaign need to do better. Especially since he fell into it on the MSHRC network before. I agree 100% that he should either have been ready for something like this or made sure he knew what was coming before he agreed to do it. If course there is always the chance they agreed to the questions ahead of time and threw this in without him expecting it.
One way or the other he us taking questions that other candidates aren't and he is making himself available for questions that the other two aren't. This doesn't bother me at all. What I want to hear asked of the other candidates is how they are paying for what they are proposing and also if sending Americans to fight in the middle East is that important, are they willing to send their kids to do it.
I will never understand why anyone would take a trip to western NoDak before pheasant season opens up. That's the whole draw of that area! The duck hunting there isn't quite as good as other parts of the state, but it's the best area for chasing roosters