Chris Niskanen: A river hunt for Wisc...

Chris Niskanen: A river hunt for Wisconsin deer opener

There are 9 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 21, 2009, titled Chris Niskanen: A river hunt for Wisconsin deer opener. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

A few minutes before dawn, with a light fog hanging over the valleys of northern Wisconsin, we slipped two canoes into the Namekagon River.

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goodstuff

Happy Valley, OR

#2 Nov 22, 2009
Gods Creatures wrote:
Hunting is a sin most folks will take to their grave
wishing they haven't started animal killing when they
were young.
I feel for their sole as god will reincarnate them into
the animal who suffered the most at the hunter's
hand. They will suffer that same grizzly death as
the animal who they've slain for no reason but
a trophy on the wall.
God gives and god will punish the sinners!
For Nutjobs like this, the old saying "Theres one born every minute, and most of them live" seems never so more true, as in these days and times. Although I do thank you for a good laugh.

Since: Jan 09

KEEP OUT

#3 Nov 22, 2009
Gods Creatures wrote:
Hunting is a sin most folks will take to their grave
wishing they haven't started animal killing when they
were young.
I feel for their sole as god will reincarnate them into
the animal who suffered the most at the hunter's
hand. They will suffer that same grizzly death as
the animal who they've slain for no reason but
a trophy on the wall.
God gives and god will punish the sinners!
If this holds true then I'll be the deer eating your butt when you come back as a bean sprout.
Get Out

Wilmington, NC

#4 Nov 22, 2009
Gods Creatures wrote:
Hunting is a sin most folks will take to their grave
wishing they haven't started animal killing when they
were young.
I feel for their sole as god will reincarnate them into
the animal who suffered the most at the hunter's
hand. They will suffer that same grizzly death as
the animal who they've slain for no reason but
a trophy on the wall.
God gives and god will punish the sinners!
You feel for our “sole”, that’s just sick dude. Why do you want to feel the sole of my boots? That is unless you meant to say our “soul”? With that dude keep your sick grubby hands away from our souls. Hunting will be forever too and I truly hope your frothing at the mouth by now because I’m not taking you serious.
Get Out

Wilmington, NC

#5 Nov 22, 2009
goodstuff wrote:
<quoted text> For Nutjobs like this, the old saying "Theres one born every minute, and most of them live" seems never so more true, as in these days and times. Although I do thank you for a good laugh.
The article was a good read too. I wanted to get a canoe myself and float some of the streams in the Pisgah National Forest and hunt deer and maybe boar.
jamal

Ely, MN

#6 Nov 22, 2009
great read, i already have 5 canoes and 10 guys ready to go next year.
soulman

Stillwater, MN

#7 Nov 23, 2009
I was one of those sinners from the article...I will assure you that many, many, many animals and plants have died in support of your life and the list just begins from the habitat destroyed to build your house and roads you drive on. It is a fact of life that life itself thrives from death. Note: I have no animals on my wall and am thankful to eat from the bounty of natures creation. Having taken the life of the deer myself seems more soulful and ethical than driving to the market for plastic wrapped or processed products. nuff said...
Gods Creatures wrote:
Hunting is a sin most folks will take to their grave
wishing they haven't started animal killing when they
were young.
I feel for their sole as god will reincarnate them into
the animal who suffered the most at the hunter's
hand. They will suffer that same grizzly death as
the animal who they've slain for no reason but
a trophy on the wall.
God gives and god will punish the sinners!
tiger

United States

#8 Nov 23, 2009
P. eople E. eating T. asty A. nimals
IronRanger

Minneapolis, MN

#9 Nov 25, 2009
soulman wrote:
I was one of those sinners from the article...I will assure you that many, many, many animals and plants have died in support of your life and the list just begins from the habitat destroyed to build your house and roads you drive on. It is a fact of life that life itself thrives from death. Note: I have no animals on my wall and am thankful to eat from the bounty of natures creation. Having taken the life of the deer myself seems more soulful and ethical than driving to the market for plastic wrapped or processed products. nuff said...
<quoted text>
I agree with every word you typed. I guess all the Minsters and Priests (some also hunt) who hold an early service in the wee hours for the hunters heading out will have hell to pay too. PETA members must have their own God..... somewhere.
TXHUNTER

Dallas, TX

#10 Nov 25, 2009
BRAVO. A great read.

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