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Deer Hunting: carbonfiberpersonality bowieboosh Follow reginaeinferos Nothing is going to change. Americans love their guns more than they love people and after Sandy Hook we decided that killing over 20 children was acceptable and not outrageous enough to make reasonable restrictions on guns. This is America, a country that has been around for 200 years, a superpower, a 1st world nation, and one of the wealthiest countries on the planet and we refuse to protect our own people. We respect guns more than we respect the lives of people. therevenantrising What specific gun control measures would you propose and how would they directly and effectively make society safer? reginaeinferos Absolutely get rid of all AR-15's and the like. Intense background and criminal background checks and anything violent automatically disqualifies you. Make getting a gun/gun permit more like getting a driver's license: permit to learn includes an exam with 18 or more questions on the policies, laws, and etc of guns and gun ownership if you get more than 8 questions incorrect you must retake it. 30 hours of practical experience at a gun range with a licensed teacher Must take a 5 hour class on the dangers of guns and how to use them safely which will then yield you a certificate that grants you to take the practical exam and lasts for one year. If you don't gain the license within the allotted year you must retake the class. A practical exam with a licensed instructor who will grade you on various skills. If you pass you may be granted a permit on the weapon of your choice, the exams may differ on the type of firearm you want. Follow the Japanese model where you must have two gun safes in different areas of the house, one to store the gun and one to store the bullets and you must provide the police with information on where those safes are. No concealed carry and only handguns may be allowed to be out in public. If transporting a weapon, it must be in the trunk of the vehicle, in a bag or some other case, safety on and unloaded and may not leave the vehicle until you are at the destination If you're a hunter or some other gun hobbyist that requires a functional weapon other than a handgun then the gun must stay on the premises, whether that is a gun range or the Fish and Wildlife facility If you live in a rural area where police (and people, for that matter) are few and far between, something akin to a deer hunting rifle should provide plenty of protection from predators and poachers, you still have to follow the aforementioned steps. This doesn't cover everything but I think it's a good place to start. therevenantrising Can you show me evidence that this would directly and effectively create a safer society? reginaeinferos oh-snap-pro-choice T have never laughed so hard at a gun law post. Like seriously, the evidence is in fucking reality. The proposed restrictions are just fucking logic. deegeeak For the most part l agree with these. However I would respectfully ask, how would you take into accounts areas where having a gun is valid for self-protection, such as very rural areas in Alaska? And how does keeping the gun only the premise allow for hunting (for example, I don't hunt in my apartment, but several thousand miles away from my house)? aPyrrhiccomedy I can answer that one. I Tlived in Australia for eight years. If you lived in an area where you legitimately needed a gun to protect yourself or your property (for example, farmers in rural areas who had to deal with potentially dangerous animals), you could apply for a special permit. If an investigation confirmed that your need for a gun was legitimate, you would be given permission to buy a hunting rifle. But the permit had to be renewed, so if you sold the farm or otherwise no longer needed the gun, you would have to hand it back in. (The government would reimburse you for it.) It was simple, effective, and meant that the only guns in civilian hands were on farms a fuckmillion miles away from the cities and were actually being used for constructive purposes, not just collecting dust in a closet waiting for some curious five year old to find them and blow their own heads off As for hunting weapons: you don't bring them into the city. You keep them in a storage locker close to the hunting reserve. dr-jekyl People here own guns. They just have to have a valid reason to do so, be trained to use them, and must store and transport them safely The other day a rifle was discharged in my street. It was used by a volunteer wildlife rescue worker to euthanise a badly injured kangaroo. He kept it in a locked case in his truck until he determined there was no way to save the animal. He retrieved it, fired it once, returned it to its case and then phoned the local police department to let them know that he had discharged a firearm and why he'd done so, because it's a semi-rural area and most people are like me. It was the first time, in my 20+ years of living in Australia, that I've ever seen a gun fired for anything other than practice The gun was there to do a very specific job. And when that job was done, it was put away. Zero fuss gottalovesteak Another prime example of a place with strict gun controls that has only had eight shootings in the last 20 years: mass mistress-negs Can confirm: I had my firearms license. had to do a 2-day class where we covered safety and laws, and then we had to do a written test. I also had to fill out paperwork and have it signed by guarantors (similar to getting a passport) And that's not even to OWN a gun, that's just to have a license. If I recall correctly, you still can't carry a handgun around on you all higgedly-piggedly just because you have a license. You have to have a legal job that requires a reason for carrying it, otherwise it's illegal. reginaeinferos Gun control works. Dozens of countries have it and most of them have had less than 10 mass shootings in the past 20 years. In the US, we've had over 20 mass shootings in the last 10 months. blueskysage The more times I see this post, the better it gets. These are real statistics, yet we still have people denying that this works. OPEN YOUR FUCKING EYES AMERICA carbonfiberpersonality Massachusetts follows almost all of the above restrictions and qualifications (with a bit of wiggle room on the rifle specifics but you do need a special permit and to register with the ATF in most cases). For those living in areas that are urban but still legitimately dangerous/ it is concievable that someone would have a good reason to carry for protection, they have to get a more difficult and special permit that is more likely to reject if there is any reason to doubt your motivations, and once that is the case you can carry concealed a low (less than 10-15 bullet) capacity handgun (never near schools or on government property) and it must at all times be either under your immediate control, or unloaded and locked in a safe. Massachusetts has by far the best gun violence statistics in the country, and even so, 3/4 of the gun violence we do have is because neighboring states like New Hamp- shire, Maine, and Vermont have extremely loose regulations, meaning people can and do buy there and then illegally sell here. If Mass style laws were federalized it would be a double boon- those stats could stretch Nationwide, and responsible gun owners crossing state lines without knowing varying state laws wouldn't risk imprisonment over a minor misunderstanding, diverting resources from actual dangerous crime. These are what common sense regulations are and mean (final note- from a tactical perspective, there is little difference between an AR-15 or AK style weapon and an M14 hunting style rifle or semi automatic .22, which are legal and not considered assault weapons typically, so long as they are low capacity [i.e. under 15 bullets in a magazine] The high visibility of AR-15 type weapons is an unfortunate side effect in part promoted by media and film as well as deals between the NRA and various firearm manufacturers. Therefore, standard AR-15 and AK type rifles with low capacity and non armor-piercing capability are legal dangerous as your standard semi automatic hunting rifle. Which, along and about as with competition shooting, is exactly how they are most commonly used. Beyond that, see above) Source: reginaeinferos 434.191 notes The Gun Control Post(TM)
Deer Hunting: carbonfiberpersonality
 bowieboosh Follow
 reginaeinferos
 Nothing is going to change. Americans love
 their guns more than they love people and
 after Sandy Hook we decided that killing
 over 20 children was acceptable and not
 outrageous enough to make reasonable
 restrictions on guns. This is America, a
 country that has been around for 200 years,
 a superpower, a 1st world nation, and one
 of the wealthiest countries on the planet
 and we refuse to protect our own people.
 We respect guns more than we respect
 the lives of people.
 therevenantrising
 What specific gun control measures would
 you propose and how would they directly
 and effectively make society safer?
 reginaeinferos
 Absolutely get rid of all AR-15's
 and the like.
 Intense background and criminal
 background checks and anything violent
 automatically disqualifies you.
 Make getting a gun/gun permit more like
 getting a driver's license:
 permit to learn
 includes an exam with 18 or more
 questions on the policies, laws, and etc
 of guns and gun ownership
 if you get more than 8 questions
 incorrect you must retake it.
 30 hours of practical experience at a gun
 range with a licensed teacher
 Must take a 5 hour class on the dangers
 of guns and how to use them safely
 which will then yield you a certificate
 that grants you to take the practical
 exam and lasts for one year. If you don't
 gain the license within the allotted year
 you must retake the class.
 A practical exam with a licensed
 instructor who will grade you on various
 skills. If you pass you may be granted a
 permit on the weapon of your choice,
 the exams may differ on the type of
 firearm you want.
 Follow the Japanese model where you
 must have two gun safes in different
 areas of the house, one to store the gun
 and one to store the bullets and you
 must provide the police with information
 on where those safes are.
 No concealed carry and only handguns
 may be allowed to be out in public.
 If transporting a weapon, it must be in
 the trunk of the vehicle, in a bag or some
 other case, safety on and unloaded and
 may not leave the vehicle until you are
 at the destination
 If you're a hunter or some other gun
 hobbyist that requires a functional
 weapon other than a handgun then
 the gun must stay on the premises,
 whether that is a gun range or the Fish
 and Wildlife facility
 If you live in a rural area where police
 (and people, for that matter) are few
 and far between, something akin to
 a deer hunting rifle should provide
 plenty of protection from predators and
 poachers, you still have to follow the
 aforementioned steps.
 This doesn't cover everything but I think
 it's a good place to start.
 therevenantrising
 Can you show me evidence that this
 would directly and effectively create a
 safer society?
 reginaeinferos
 oh-snap-pro-choice
 T have never laughed so hard at a gun law
 post. Like seriously, the evidence is in
 fucking reality. The proposed restrictions
 are just fucking logic.
 deegeeak
 For the most part l agree with these.
 However I would respectfully ask, how would
 you take into accounts areas where having
 a gun is valid for self-protection, such as
 very rural areas in Alaska? And how does
 keeping the gun only the premise allow for
 hunting (for example, I don't hunt in my
 apartment, but several thousand miles away
 from my house)?
 aPyrrhiccomedy
 I can answer that one. I Tlived in Australia for
 eight years. If you lived in an area where you
 legitimately needed a gun to protect yourself
 or your property (for example, farmers in
 rural areas who had to deal with potentially
 dangerous animals), you could apply for a
 special permit. If an investigation confirmed
 that your need for a gun was legitimate, you
 would be given permission to buy a hunting
 rifle. But the permit had to be renewed,
 so if you sold the farm or otherwise no
 longer needed the gun, you would have to
 hand it back in. (The government would
 reimburse you for it.)
 It was simple, effective, and meant that the
 only guns in civilian hands were on farms a
 fuckmillion miles away from the cities and
 were actually being used for constructive
 purposes, not just collecting dust in a closet
 waiting for some curious five year old to find
 them and blow their own heads off
 As for hunting weapons: you don't bring
 them into the city. You keep them in a
 storage locker close to the hunting reserve.
 dr-jekyl
 People here own guns. They just have to
 have a valid reason to do so, be trained to
 use them, and must store and transport
 them safely
 The other day a rifle was
 discharged in my
 street. It was used by a volunteer wildlife
 rescue worker to euthanise a badly injured
 kangaroo. He kept it in a locked case in his
 truck until he determined there was no way
 to save the animal. He retrieved it, fired it
 once, returned it to its case and then phoned
 the local police department to let them know
 that he had discharged a firearm and why
 he'd done so, because it's a semi-rural area
 and most people are like me. It was the first
 time, in my 20+ years of living in Australia,
 that I've ever seen a gun fired for anything
 other than practice
 The gun was there to do a very specific
 job. And when that job was done, it was
 put away. Zero fuss
 gottalovesteak
 Another prime example of a place with strict
 gun controls that has only had eight
 shootings in the last 20 years:
 mass
 mistress-negs
 Can confirm: I had my firearms license.
 had to do a 2-day class where we covered
 safety and laws, and then we had to do a
 written test. I also had to fill out paperwork
 and have it signed by guarantors (similar to
 getting a passport)
 And that's not even to OWN a gun, that's
 just to have a license. If I recall correctly,
 you still can't carry a handgun around on
 you all higgedly-piggedly just because you
 have a license. You have to have a legal
 job that requires a reason for carrying it,
 otherwise it's illegal.
 reginaeinferos
 Gun control works. Dozens of countries have
 it and most of them have had less than 10
 mass shootings in the past 20 years. In the
 US, we've had over 20 mass shootings in
 the last 10 months.
 blueskysage
 The more times I see this post, the better
 it gets. These are real statistics, yet we still
 have people denying that this works. OPEN
 YOUR FUCKING EYES AMERICA
 carbonfiberpersonality
 Massachusetts follows almost all of the
 above restrictions and qualifications (with
 a bit of wiggle room on the rifle specifics
 but you do need a special permit and to
 register with the ATF in most cases). For
 those living in areas that are urban but still
 legitimately dangerous/ it is concievable
 that someone would have a good
 reason to
 carry for protection, they have to get a more
 difficult and special permit that is more likely
 to reject if there is any reason to doubt your
 motivations, and once that is the case you
 can carry concealed a low (less than 10-15
 bullet) capacity handgun (never near schools
 or on government property) and it must at
 all times be either under your immediate
 control, or unloaded and locked in a safe.
 Massachusetts has by far the best gun
 violence statistics in the country, and even
 so, 3/4 of the gun violence we do have is
 because neighboring states like New Hamp-
 shire, Maine, and Vermont have extremely
 loose regulations, meaning people can and
 do buy there and then illegally sell here. If
 Mass style laws were federalized it would
 be a double boon- those stats could stretch
 Nationwide, and responsible gun owners
 crossing state lines without knowing varying
 state laws wouldn't risk imprisonment over a
 minor misunderstanding, diverting resources
 from actual dangerous crime.
 These are what common sense regulations
 are and mean
 (final note- from a tactical perspective, there
 is little difference between an AR-15 or AK
 style weapon and an M14 hunting style rifle
 or semi automatic .22, which are legal and
 not considered assault weapons typically, so
 long as they are low capacity [i.e. under 15
 bullets in a magazine] The high visibility of
 AR-15 type weapons is an unfortunate side
 effect in part promoted by media and film as
 well as deals between the NRA and various
 firearm manufacturers. Therefore, standard
 AR-15 and AK type rifles with low capacity
 and non armor-piercing capability are legal
 dangerous as your standard
 semi automatic hunting rifle. Which, along
 and about as
 with competition shooting, is exactly how
 they are most commonly used. Beyond
 that, see above)
 Source: reginaeinferos
 434.191 notes
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Deer Hunting: staganddragon Soft things my dad has done One time when he was 18, he was fishing and found a baby salamander someone had tried and failed to use as bait. It had a huge gash in its side and didn't look like it would make it. He put it in the bucket he was going to put fish in and took it home, then performed "surgery" on the little guy to mend the gash. It couldn't move, so my dad fed it and nursed it back to health until the gash was healed. Since he'd taken it in as a baby, it wasn't equipped to stay alive in the wild, so he kept it in a giant aquarium next to his bed. It stayed alive until my sister was born six years later. . His dad took him deer hunting once when he was in middle school. They hunted all day and never saw a single deer. At the end of the day as the sun was setting, they found one, and my dad yelled at my grandpa not to shoot it because it didn't deserve to die. He hasn't been deer hunting since. Two people l used to be best friends with don't have stable parents. My dad takes them out for lunch and out fishing regularly, and even though l am not friends with either of them anymore, he still makes time for them as if they were his own kids. Sometimes I catch him crying at videos of dogs on the internet. One time he was crying and I asked him what was wrong and he gave me a hug and said there isn't always a reason. I've held on to that. . He told me that if (if) he dies, he wants to ie by being drowned in a horde of puppies because otherwise, what's the point? . He makes sure to say "I love you" to my mom and me every day, because he once told me he never once heard it from his parents as a kid. Saw my mom looking at a bird, so he found out what kind of bird it was and drew a picture of it for her. . Heard me crying after a hard day and brought me a box of milk duds, because even though I'm lactose intolerant, it was an occasion on which they were needed I want to be this kind of dad
Deer Hunting: staganddragon
 Soft things my dad has
 done
 One time when he was 18, he was fishing
 and found a baby salamander someone
 had tried and failed to use as bait. It had a
 huge gash in its side and didn't look like it
 would make it. He put it in the bucket he
 was going to put fish in and took it home,
 then performed "surgery" on the little guy
 to mend the gash. It couldn't move, so my
 dad fed it and nursed it back to health until
 the gash was healed. Since he'd taken it in
 as a baby, it wasn't equipped to stay alive
 in the wild, so he kept it in a giant aquarium
 next to his bed. It stayed alive until my
 sister was born six years later.
 . His dad took him deer hunting once when
 he was in middle school. They hunted all
 day and never saw a single deer. At the end
 of the day as the sun was setting, they
 found one, and my dad yelled at my
 grandpa not to shoot it because it didn't
 deserve to die. He hasn't been deer
 hunting since.
 Two people l used to be best friends with
 don't have stable parents. My dad takes
 them out for lunch and out fishing
 regularly, and even though l am not friends
 with either of them anymore, he still makes
 time for them as if they were his own kids.
 Sometimes I catch him crying at videos of
 dogs on the internet.
 One time he was crying and I asked him
 what was wrong and he gave me a hug and
 said there isn't always a reason. I've held
 on to that.
 . He told me that if (if) he dies, he wants to
 ie by being drowned in a horde of puppies
 because otherwise, what's the point?
 . He makes sure to say "I love you" to my
 mom and me every day, because he once
 told me he never once heard it from his
 parents as a kid.
 Saw my mom looking at a bird, so he found
 out what kind of bird it was and drew a
 picture of it for her.
 . Heard me crying after a hard day and
 brought me a box of milk duds, because
 even though I'm lactose intolerant, it was
 an occasion on which they were needed
I want to be this kind of dad

I want to be this kind of dad

Deer Hunting: MIKE PENCE Show Women in the Mulan Military About Mike Affiliates Articles E-Mail Mike Main Home Just spent a memorable Fathers Day, like so many other all American Hoosier dads, with my kids at the new Disney film entitled, "Mulan". For those who have not yet been victimized by the McDonald's induced hysteria over this film, Mulan is a fictional account of a delicate girl of the same name who sereptitiously takes her fathers place in the Chinese army in one of their ancient wars against the Huns. Despite her delicate features and voice, Disney expects us to believe that Mulan's ingenuity and courage were enough to carry her to military success on an equal basis with her cloddish cohorts. Obviously, this is Walt Disney's attempt to add childhood expectation to the cultural debate over the role of women in the military. I suspect that some mischievious liberal at Disney assumes that Mulan's story will cause a quiet change in the next generation's attitude about women in combat and they just might be right. (Just think about how often we think of Bambi every time the subject of deer hunting comes into the mainstream media debate.) The only problem with this liberal hope is the reality which intrudes on the Disney ideal from the mornings headlines. From the original "Tailhook" scandal involving scores of high ranking navy fighter pilots who molested subordinate women to the latest travesty at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, the hard truth of our experiment with gender integration is that is has been arn almost complete disaster for the military and for many of the individual women involved. When Indiana Congressman Steve Buyer was appointed to investigate the Aberdeen mess, he shocked the public with the revelation that young, nubile,18 year old men and women were actually being HOUSED together during basic training. Whatever bone head came up with this idea should be run out of this man's Army before sundown. Housing, in close quarters, young men and women (in some cases married to non-military personnel) at the height of their physical and sexual potential is the height of stupidity. It is instructive that even in the Disney film, young Ms. Mulan falls in love with her superior officer! Me thinks the politically correct Disney types completely missed the irony of this part of the story. They likely added it because it added realism with which the viewer could identify with the characters. You see, now stay with me on this, many young men find many young women to be attractive sexually. Many young women find many young men to be attractive sexually. Put them together, in close quarters, for long periods of time, and things will get interesting. Just like they eventually did for young Mulan. Moral of story: women in military, bad idea.
Deer Hunting: MIKE
 PENCE
 Show
 Women in the Mulan Military
 About Mike
 Affiliates
 Articles
 E-Mail Mike
 Main
 Home
 Just spent a memorable Fathers Day, like so many other all
 American Hoosier dads, with my kids at the new Disney film
 entitled, "Mulan". For those who have not yet been victimized
 by the McDonald's induced hysteria over this film, Mulan is a
 fictional account of a delicate girl of the same name who
 sereptitiously takes her fathers place in the Chinese army in one
 of their ancient wars against the Huns. Despite her delicate
 features and voice, Disney expects us to believe that Mulan's
 ingenuity and courage were enough to carry her to military
 success on an equal basis with her cloddish cohorts. Obviously,
 this is Walt Disney's attempt to add childhood expectation to the
 cultural debate over the role of women in the military. I suspect
 that some mischievious liberal at Disney assumes that Mulan's
 story will cause a quiet change in the next generation's attitude
 about women in combat and they just might be right. (Just think
 about how often we think of Bambi every time the subject of
 deer hunting comes into the mainstream media debate.)
 The only problem with this liberal hope is the reality which
 intrudes on the Disney ideal from the mornings headlines. From
 the original "Tailhook" scandal involving scores of high ranking
 navy fighter pilots who molested subordinate women to the
 latest travesty at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, the hard truth of
 our experiment with gender integration is that is has been arn
 almost complete disaster for the military and for many of the
 individual women involved. When Indiana Congressman Steve
 Buyer was appointed to investigate the Aberdeen mess, he
 shocked the public with the revelation that young, nubile,18
 year old men and women were actually being HOUSED together
 during basic training. Whatever bone head came up with this
 idea should be run out of this man's Army before sundown.
 Housing, in close quarters, young men and women (in some
 cases married to non-military personnel) at the height of their
 physical and sexual potential is the height of stupidity. It is
 instructive that even in the Disney film, young Ms. Mulan falls in
 love with her superior officer! Me thinks the politically correct
 Disney types completely missed the irony of this part of the
 story. They likely added it because it added realism with which
 the viewer could identify with the characters. You see, now stay
 with me on this, many young men find many young women to be
 attractive sexually. Many young women find many young men to
 be attractive sexually. Put them together, in close quarters, for
 long periods of time, and things will get interesting. Just like
 they eventually did for young Mulan. Moral of story: women in
 military, bad idea.
Deer Hunting: MIKE PENCE Show Women in the Mulan Military About Mike Affiliates Articles E-Mail Mike Main Home Just spent a memorable Fathers Day, like so many other all American Hoosier dads, with my kid entitled, "M by the McDonald's induced hysteria over this film, Mulan is a fictional account of a delicate girl of the same name who sereptitiously takes her fathers place in the Chinese army in one of their ancient wars against the Huns. Despite her delicate features and voice, Disney expects us to believe that Mulan's ingenuity and courage were enough to carry her to military success on an equal basis with her cloddish cohorts. Obviously, this is Walt Disney's attempt to add childhood expectation to the cultural debate over the role of women in the military. I suspect that some mischievious liberal at Disney assumes that Mulan's story will cause a quiet change in the next generation's attitude about women in combat and they just might be right. (Just think about how often we think of Bambi every time the subject of deer hunting comes into the mainstream media debate.) s at the new Disney film Iulan". For those who have not yet been victimized The only problem with this liberal hope is the reality whiclh intrudes on the Disney ideal from the mornings headlines. From the original "Tailhook" scandal involving scores of high ranking navy fighter pilots who molested subordinate women to the latest travesty at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, the hard truth of our experiment with gender integration is that is has been an almost complete disaster for the military and for many of the individual women involved. When Indiana Congressman Steve Buyer was appointed to investigate the Aberdeen mess, he shocked the public with the revelation that young, nubile, 18 year old men and women were actually being HOUSED together during basic training. Whatever bone head came up with this idea should be run out of this man's Army before sundown Housing, in close quarters, young men and women (in some cases married to non-military personnel) at the height of their physical and sexual potential is the height of stupidity. It is instructive that even in the Disney film, young Ms. Mulan falls in love with her superior officer! Me thinks the politically correct Disney types completely missed the irony of this part of the story. They likely added it because it added realism with which the viewer could identify with the characters. You see, now stay with me on this, many young men find many young women to be attractive sexually. Many young women find many young men to be attractive sexually. Put them together, in close quarters, for long periods of time, and things will get interesting. Just like they eventually did for young Mulan. Moral of story: women in military, bad idea
Deer Hunting: MIKE
 PENCE
 Show
 Women in the Mulan Military
 About Mike
 Affiliates
 Articles
 E-Mail Mike
 Main
 Home
 Just spent a memorable Fathers Day, like so many other all
 American Hoosier dads, with my kid
 entitled, "M
 by the McDonald's induced hysteria over this film, Mulan is a
 fictional account of a delicate girl of the same name who
 sereptitiously takes her fathers place in the Chinese army in one
 of their ancient wars against the Huns. Despite her delicate
 features and voice, Disney expects us to believe that Mulan's
 ingenuity and courage were enough to carry her to military
 success on an equal basis with her cloddish cohorts. Obviously,
 this is Walt Disney's attempt to add childhood expectation to the
 cultural debate over the role of women in the military. I suspect
 that some mischievious liberal at Disney assumes that Mulan's
 story will cause a quiet change in the next generation's attitude
 about women in combat and they just might be right. (Just think
 about how often we think of Bambi every time the subject of
 deer hunting comes into the mainstream media debate.)
 s at the new Disney film
 Iulan". For those who have not yet been victimized
 The only problem with this liberal hope is the reality whiclh
 intrudes on the Disney ideal from the mornings headlines. From
 the original "Tailhook" scandal involving scores of high ranking
 navy fighter pilots who molested subordinate women to the
 latest travesty at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, the hard truth of
 our experiment with gender integration is that is has been an
 almost complete disaster for the military and for many of the
 individual women involved. When Indiana Congressman Steve
 Buyer was appointed to investigate the Aberdeen mess, he
 shocked the public with the revelation that young, nubile, 18
 year old men and women were actually being HOUSED together
 during basic training. Whatever bone head came up with this
 idea should be run out of this man's Army before sundown
 Housing, in close quarters, young men and women (in some
 cases married to non-military personnel) at the height of their
 physical and sexual potential is the height of stupidity. It is
 instructive that even in the Disney film, young Ms. Mulan falls in
 love with her superior officer! Me thinks the politically correct
 Disney types completely missed the irony of this part of the
 story. They likely added it because it added realism with which
 the viewer could identify with the characters. You see, now stay
 with me on this, many young men find many young women to be
 attractive sexually. Many young women find many young men to
 be attractive sexually. Put them together, in close quarters, for
 long periods of time, and things will get interesting. Just like
 they eventually did for young Mulan. Moral of story: women in
 military, bad idea
Deer Hunting: /out/ 1332129 BOARDS /OUT/ Anonymous | 1332129 3 hr. ago Growing up in the woods of Georgia, l've learned many things, however the one thing I've learned to value the most is that there's nothing more pleasurable than having a successful hunt during deer season. Think about it - you wake up early at the asscrack of dawn to the sound of the trumpets of heaven, or what the city slickers call "Deer hunting season". You pack a fat lip from your fresh can of Copenhagen and pound a cup of bitter black coffee that jump-starts your thick veiny tallywacker into next Thursday. You load up your jacked up F-350 Ford Super Duty with all of your hunting gear and peel out into the woods. You set up your deer blind and get settled in as quickly as possible 229.7 kB JPG Suddenly, you catch a whiff of a lone doe nearby. At that moment your penis starts growing into a raging hard fuck-rod, ready to explode (Kinda like in Lord of the Rings when Frodo's little sword lights up when there's orcs nearbv), You look over and there it is the beautiful, lustful doe standing alone in its glory You draw an arrow and raise your bow and aim fo the perfect spot. You release and the vulnerable doe drops before she even knew what happened You drop your bow and quickly strip naked. You jump out of your deer blind and run over to the lifeless doe corpse and pounce on her like flies on dog shit. You mount her with extreme quickness. You use your tobacco spit to lube up your cock and slam your flesh arrow deep into her warm dookie tube, and before you know it you're pumping her biscuits full of your gravy. You fill her to the brim, marinating all of her organs with your cock-sauce After a successful hunt and recovering from the euphoria, you get dressed and drag your marinated dinner back to your truck. You load up and race back home, eager to satisfy your hunger. 1 REPLYIMAGES LY
Deer Hunting: /out/
 1332129
 BOARDS /OUT/
 Anonymous | 1332129
 3 hr. ago
 Growing up in the woods of Georgia, l've learned
 many things, however the one thing I've learned
 to value the most is that there's nothing more
 pleasurable than having a successful hunt
 during deer season.
 Think about it - you wake up early at the asscrack
 of dawn to the sound of the trumpets of heaven, or
 what the city slickers call "Deer hunting season". You
 pack a fat lip from your fresh can of Copenhagen and
 pound a cup of bitter black coffee that jump-starts
 your thick veiny tallywacker into next Thursday.
 You load up your jacked up F-350 Ford Super Duty
 with all of your hunting gear and peel out into the
 woods. You set up your deer blind and get settled in
 as quickly as possible
 229.7 kB JPG
 Suddenly, you catch a whiff of a lone doe nearby. At
 that moment your penis starts growing into a raging
 hard fuck-rod, ready to explode (Kinda like in Lord of
 the Rings when Frodo's little sword lights up when
 there's orcs nearbv), You look over and there it is
 the beautiful, lustful doe standing alone in its glory
 You draw an arrow and raise your bow and aim fo
 the perfect spot. You release and the vulnerable doe
 drops before she even knew what happened
 You drop your bow and quickly strip naked. You jump
 out of your deer blind and run over to the lifeless doe
 corpse and pounce on her like flies on dog shit. You
 mount her with extreme quickness. You use your
 tobacco spit to lube up your cock and slam your flesh
 arrow deep into her warm dookie tube, and before you
 know it you're pumping her biscuits full of your gravy.
 You fill her to the brim, marinating all of her organs
 with your cock-sauce
 After a successful hunt and recovering from the
 euphoria, you get dressed and drag your marinated
 dinner back to your truck. You load up and race back
 home, eager to satisfy your hunger.
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 LY