Hunters may get shot at deer in Will ...

Hunters may get shot at deer in Will County forest preserves

There are 55 comments on the WBBM-AM Chicago story from Mar 30, 2010, titled Hunters may get shot at deer in Will County forest preserves. In it, WBBM-AM Chicago reports that:

This fall, the Will County Forest Preserve District may become the first in Illinois to allow public hunting on its land.

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shes wacked

Wolcott, IN

#41 Apr 1, 2010
cegliberty wrote:
<quoted text>Ok well, lets see. People know that I'm 5'6" , 140lbs. Wow that really identifies me doesn't it? I am what I say I am. You have a problem with Harley's? That's a great American product. Shame on you. I suppose you'd rather ride a Yamaha. Yes I hunt. I hang out at many places. You can be a non hunter that's your choice. I will continue to do so.
She seems to be obsessed with your ass ceg.Maybe she has deeper problems than hunting.
Appalled

Channahon, IL

#43 Apr 1, 2010
No deer hunting wrote:
I bet you ride a harley too with your A** hanging over the seat.
Whoaaaa......don't be pulling us Harley riders into this argument! You really don't want that.

Since: Feb 10

United States

#44 Apr 2, 2010
shes wacked wrote:
<quoted text> She seems to be obsessed with your ass ceg.Maybe she has deeper problems than hunting.
You noticed too. She definitely has deeper issues than hunting. I don't know how she eats, but most of us use our hands to do so. The way she's behaving like a rabid animal she might need to be euthanized. Also I can't figure out what the problem is with Harleys. How could anybody not like a great american product like that?
ActiveResident

Park Forest, IL

#45 Apr 2, 2010
Even on this very strange Topix website, I don't think I've ever heard anyone as biased as this SHESHE (she-male?) person is. The stereotypes, the assumptions, simply because a person appreciates the need for hunting overpopulated deer... There's something deeply wrong with a person who generalizes an entire population based on one trait. That is a very dangerous person to have around. Not one person here has called this poster a single stereo-typed thing. Yet she/he insists on pulling out every old bias out there. I have a feeling that person was raised in an intolerant household, and those feelings are being handed down in the generations. That is a sad thing.
ActiveResident

Park Forest, IL

#46 Apr 2, 2010
Wow, I hate it when I forget something and try to post twice... Over the years I've been involved in alot of political and contentious issues, on both sides of the fence. And nothing kills an issue like this than an overly-emotional, name-calling zealot. Why do these people think that the louder you YELL and the more names you call people, the more your viewpoint will be respected?? If you want to see the opinion of an obviously intelligent, well-researched opponent of the deer hunting, check out the letter to the editor in the Crete/Monee Monitor (or whatever the hell they're calling it). Now THAT's the kind of opponent who will get their viewpoint noted and respected. Not the viewpoint of someone who considers the opposition all a bunch of fat, Harley riding, wife beaters...

Since: Feb 10

United States

#47 Apr 2, 2010
You are so right Ms. Active Resident. I can admit my shortcomings. I am very opinionated . I will not besmirch another because they have a differing opinion than mine unless They first start name calling and insulting. Your thoughts and post are very meaningful, and insightful. Why can't all people just stop and think before spewing such hate and venom. One should always be willing to hear the opposing view. We don't necessarily have to agree on all things, but it is common courtesy to at least listen to what is being said. Thank you for your wonderful post. And have a wonderful weekend.
ActiveResident

Park Forest, IL

#48 Apr 2, 2010
Thank you cegliberty... You appear to be one a respectful, open-minded person. Sadly not a majority on this forum...
HeHe

Franklin Park, IL

#49 Apr 27, 2010
Well now, it seems that people just can't seem to dis-agree in a proper fashion. If it were not for hunters the non-hunters would not be enjoying as many animal in the environment. EVERY animal that has been given a hunting season has been preserved and many have actually increased since being listed as a game species. Everytime I buy a hunting license, habitat stamp, gun, ammunition a portion is set aside for actual environmental / habitat inprovement. How have the non-hunters participated in benefiting animals? Just wondering? I am not telling everyone that they should hunt AND I don't expect anyone to tell me I shouldn't hunt. Home of the free.. Right to KEEP and Bear arms... Please remember our individual rights.
Abe Lincoln

AOL

#50 Apr 28, 2010
Leave me alone I have a hangover! I freed what last night?
Bambi

Bolingbrook, IL

#51 May 7, 2010
I heard this is not going to happen! I live another day.
Linda Mcfarland

Addison, IL

#52 May 7, 2010
If think it's ridiculous to even think of shooting deer in a forest preserve! What are we living in the frontier days?????????? LEAVE THEM ALONE!
ActiveResident

Park Forest, IL

#53 May 10, 2010
Linda Mcfarland wrote:
If think it's ridiculous to even think of shooting deer in a forest preserve! What are we living in the frontier days?????????? LEAVE THEM ALONE!
So then can we please shoot them when they're in the middle of the roads and in my backyard?
street tough

Wolcott, IN

#54 May 10, 2010
Linda Mcfarland wrote:
If think it's ridiculous to even think of shooting deer in a forest preserve! What are we living in the frontier days?????????? LEAVE THEM ALONE!
Ah, Aint you dat broad dat did dat movie deep troat!!!

Since: Feb 10

United States

#55 May 10, 2010
I guess people would rather have these lovely creatures Jumping out in front of their vehicles and potentially causing injury to their family or themselves. Or they would rather have them literally destroying their own habitat and then ultimately starving themselves. That really makes more sense right? Wrong!
Inactive resident

Naperville, IL

#56 May 10, 2010
well, lets see how about putting out some kinda birth control or salt peter laced food? I know it sounds dumb but the cost would be low with no safety hazard But, of course monies would be lost in fees (for the state, county and crooked politics) So we musn't mess with a humane way to slow down the birth rate of these animals, Maybe we should let the deer population avail themselves to food stamps and welfare, Hell it works for Foke of color and white trash, oh and illegal peoples..........
GET A LIFE Worry about important crap.

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