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This is a discussion on The 11th day of Christmas within the General forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; Originally Posted by DohcBikes The measure of a man is still and will always be determined in combat. What a crock of shit....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DohcBikes View Post
    The measure of a man is still and will always be determined in combat.
    What a crock of shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DohcBikes View Post
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    TR, somewhere I have a picture of my stepdad with a wild great horned owl on his arm. He grabbed it out of a ditch and nursed it's broken wing till t was healed. As he and myself have done with many non-game animals.....
    Hell of a thing to force feed aren't they! It's like sticking your finger down Linda Blairs throat when she has here head turned completely backwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DohcBikes View Post

    The measure of a man is still and will always be determined in combat. How long would you last?

    I wish. Unfortunately I think you'd really be surprised
    I thought that a cafe racer was a custom that you could do whatever you wanted and there is no right or wrong.

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    You guys are too easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DohcBikes View Post

    No I've never received any of the government services that people like you vote for every year. If you can't find your own food or afford medicine, die already. I couldn't care less.

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    Have you ever had a mortgage? If so, I'll assume you deducted the interest on your taxes. Thats welfare.
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    I have no regerts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckets View Post
    Have you ever had a mortgage? If so, I'll assume you deducted the interest on your taxes. Thats welfare.
    I thought welfare was where you live in house that somebody else pays the mortgage.

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    You know what they say Sucess is a procss


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    Quote Originally Posted by Geeto67 View Post
    Must have had wild since I don't think rabbit tastes like chicken at all. There are a ton of wild rabbits in our apartment complex and I have thought about trapping one and making stew, but I don't want to traumatize my daughter who has given them all names.
    Yea, once they name them it's all over. To bad, rabbit stew is awesome. My male ducks were supposed to be for meat but that didn't last long. Now they're family. One dies and we call a funeral planner. A dozen eggs is costing me a fortune. Paddling pools, umbrellas, heated pen and even a radio for those long winter nights. Daughter will watch me skin out a deer and even got her picture taken with a buck head I had in the yard but just look at a duck sideways and she goes off. Kids gotta love'm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geeto67 View Post
    No blood, no skinning anything, and I didn't have to freeze my ass off while drinking shitty beer and smelling like deer piss.
    Yep, late season hunting sucked, toes were screaming and couldn't feel my fingers on a couple of occasions. BUT the drink was StrongBow cider which is pretty good and I delude my self by saying it's made from apples and will attract deer. Don't do the deer piss thing either. Fresh earth scent which basically means you smell like dirt. It's livable. The gutting and skinning is unpleasant to say the least but it gets out done when you put fresh tenderloin in the oven and sit in front of a hot wood stove. The kids thing, I don't push it or hide it but where I live it is just there and the kids are exposed to it very early. It would be quite a jolt at any age for someone who hasn't been around it and I keep that in mind before stomping into the kitchen elbow deep in blood looking for dish soap. There's plenty of time for kids come to terms with that sort of thing.
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