thats entrapment, and i think it's illegal as hell!

On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 6:02 AM, Lynda Wilson <>wrote:

> It just breaks my heart when we lived in Austin, Tx that there were so many
> deer starving, they would shoot them rather than feed them. In fact, I
> worked for a CPA that would litterally climb a tree and have a pile of corn
> on the ground, wait for the deer to start eating and shoot it. It made me
> sick and I certainly gave him my opinion on it. Deer are such beautiful
> animals.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lorrie" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 4:37 AM
> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Hunters
> On 09-12, dot winkler wrote:
>>>   Hysterical!   L.O.L.  I love it.  The thing is, yes, some of them hunt
>>>   and actually use the meat - smoke it, make sausage with it (yuck!). At
>>>   least  they  are  eating the deer.  But the thing is, the animal is so
>>>   beautiful  a creature to behold and so delicate.   How can anyone have
>>>   the  heart  to  kill  them?  They are graceful and grace our woods and
>>>   lands.   To  see one in your yard is a special and breathtaking sight.
>>>   I don't see how anyone could do it.
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>> I could never kill a deer.  Many deer come to our yard, and they are
>> so beautiful.  Last winter some bastard shot the leg off one of them.
>> It was right at the knee and it was just dangling for weeks. Finally
>> it dropped off and thankfully it never got infected.  She still comes
>> to our house, and still keeps up with her group.  She's an amazing,
>> brave little doe and we call her "Tripod".
>> Lorrie
>> Tripod and she
>> in
>> our yard
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