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Liberal City Folk Just Don't like Camping

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Polishrifleman, Jul 26, 2006.

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  1. Polishrifleman

    Polishrifleman Member

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    :D Other than that they enjoy shooting just like the rest of us.
     
  2. hso

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    "form of hunting"??? hunting?:scrutiny:

    IT'S A VIDEO GAME FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE!:banghead:
     
  3. Smokey Joe

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    He doesn't get it, does he?

    Err, so that's it? Why we hunt is to blast things into oblivion??

    Sorry, guy, you missed the mark, there. Heck, you missed the backstop.

    How do we go about explaining it to somebody with his attitude?? :banghead:
     
  4. Pilgrim

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    Do they get to clean their kill and gag when they accidentally cut the gut?

    Pilgrim
     
  5. 'Card

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    Try weeks or months.

    Next thing you know, all the New Yorkers will be wearing camouflage.

    Oh, wait... :rolleyes:
     
  6. WR Olsen

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    All this will do is add to the stereotyping of "hunters" as wild, drunken boors. The comment that the game designers focused on the "thrill of the kill" not only misses the point it adds ammunition to the gun haters bag of tricks
     
  7. Leatherneck

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    WOW. PBR is hip?:confused:

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    I think it might be part of the "authentic New York City rural hunting experience". You know, total-immersion in the "lifestyle".
     
  9. oh blanky

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    Now that I live in the hills of East TN, I'm glad the city folks stay out of the woods.

    Of course, if they did come out here, we might have to "deliverance" them.
     
  10. Justin

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    Yeah. PBR got hip again a couple years ago. I think it was back when hipsters started wearing construction boots and jauntily-angled trucker caps with Caterpillar logos on them to be ironic.

    Drinking PBR out of a sense of irony. Talk about really suffering for your lifestyle.
     
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    On a side note, in the Wall Street Journal a few months ago they had an article about how taxidermied animals is now chic with the upscale urban deweller. Most whom are strong enviromentalist and anti animal curelty. Talk about irony. It must be something in the city water system.
     
  12. roscoe

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    Try not to conflate Manhattanites with all city-dwellers. New York, especially, Manhattan, is not reality.
     
  13. ezypikns

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    Cities in some places.......

    ain't like cities in other places.
     
  14. Dionysusigma

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    [BluesBear's William Conrad voice]

    And coming soon,
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    Kill 700 deer without one miss, and the game dispenses
    1 lb. of genuine imitation venison jerky!

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    :D
     
  15. Hoppy590

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    as opposed to those of us who have to suffer for our hobbys costs on our wallets haha

    pointing out the irony of antis is pointless. we had soem one at my school berate me about guns, only moments later to say "let me take a shot at it" and others gun related terms "shootin from the hip" ect. the worse is when they talk about how no one should have guns except police and go "well if some one breaks into my house il call you" ya, il laugh and hang up
     
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    Next thing you know they'll be dressing in faux Western clothing and riding mechanical bulls in pseudo-saloons! :fire:

    Oh - wait a minute . . . :uhoh:

    :D
     
  17. Smokey Joe

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    Worse, Preacherman!

    They pay outrageous prices for previously-well-broken-in jeans that a Real Cowboy wore while he worked. The jeans come with documentation, including a description of the cowboy who wore them. Ye Gods!

    It must be these people who are buying the Mitchell Mausers to add to their collection.
     
  18. Dionysusigma

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    Pfft. They don't buy guns. They scream at the sight of 'em. :rolleyes:
     
  19. XD Fan

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    "as opposed to those of us who have to suffer for our hobbys costs on our wallets"

    Didn't you read the article? That one 25 year-old had dropped $2000 :confused: on this game in about a year!! They are suffering financially for their hobby just like us! Give these wannabes their just dues. He could have bought a nice (real) gun for that kind of money. Maybe I am just missing the point.
     
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    :scrutiny: :scrutiny: :uhoh: [Jack Palance] "City folk..." [/Jack Palance]
     
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    I'm not usually drunken.
     
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    You don't really want to know why they want to own used cowboy jeans...
    :uhoh:
     
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    They're hopeless because out in the woods they can never find the outlet to plug in the hair drier !!!
     
  24. No_Brakes23

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    No kiddin.

    And anyway, most of the leftists I know love camping. Hello, hippies, anyone? REI is no bastion of conservatives, somebody is buying their stuff. One of the clerks in there about fell over when I said I was getting web strap to make a rifle sling.
     
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    Strangely enough, over half the campers I've met are liberals of one stripe or another. They are more likely to do the hike and tent version. The conservatives were overwhelmingly the RV and generator crowd. This isn't good or bad. It just is.
     
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