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2009-04-02 03:18:15
We hunted prairie chicken and jackrabbits to put food on the table, but that was in the 1950s.
2009-04-01 21:15:29
Our local Gulf Coast bird, the Attwater Prairie Chicken, is exdangered to the point of near extinction...it's really touch and go as to whether they'll survive in the wild or not..the basic problem is that nearly all the natural prairies along the Gulf Coast have been converted to agricultural use...some reserves have been set aside for wildlife, but it may be a case of too little too late...but there may well be other types of prarire chickens, and some of them may be thriving...As for Ms C's question, yes, the .22 is the choice for small game that is not moving, such as squirrels..for birds, usually shot on the wing ( in flight ), you just about have to use a shotgun...the problem with shotguns is, of course, the shot..you have to be very careful to remove it all or you can easily crack a tooth..I gave up hunting years ago, but like Ms C, grew up in a culture in which virtually everyone went hunting and fishing ...I got my first .22 when I was 13, a little bolt-action Remington with a seven-round clip...
2009-04-01 20:52:08
Aren't Prairie Chickens an endangered species due to loss of habitat?
2009-04-01 14:40:10
Are you referring to a 22 caliber?? I went hunting with my brother a couple of times to get us some tasty prairie chickens with a 22. We never caught any...my brother's heart was not in it...and I was just the gun carrier.
2009-04-01 11:31:59
I have several pairs of specs..different ones for reading, for driving, for the computer..but there are some effects of age and heredity that just aren't fixable..I've had several eye surgeries and am grateful for the vision I have...in my youth I could pick a gnat off a grasshopper's ass at 100 yards with a .22...but remember what John Keats said about how old age shall this generation waste?...sumbitch wasn't lyin'...
2009-04-01 09:11:15
I knew they were links but couldn't figure out what Pixdaus was up to. Can't you get thingamabobs (aka specs) for your peepers?
2009-04-01 03:15:39
They're links, Ms. C...click on one and you'll be taken to a website that has some relevance to the blue or underlined word..I'm guessing it's a way for the Pixdaus folks to make a few bucks, and I certainly don't begrudge them that since I don't pay a nickle to come here every day and look at the photos..my only problem with it is that I usually enlarge my screen, especially to read or write comments ( my old peepers ain't what they used to be ), and the blue words don't enlarge properly..not a big deal, really..am still grateful for whoever is providing this site to us...can't beat the price !
2009-04-01 03:10:21
The Pleiadians, who are generally tall slender blond and blue eyed contributed their genes giving rise to these traits. Other races also contributed genes to the humans on Earth. Each has their own agenda. Humans of the Earth also have been given free will but must wake themselves up and become conscious. Only then can we free ourselves of the manipulation of races from other planets and the New World Order. WAKE UP HUMANS!!
2009-04-01 03:02:45
Patito - any idea why we now get blue underlined words?
2009-03-31 22:38:38
Very intersting...not true blondes, more like platinum blondes....some Japanese genetic researchers , trying to unravel the mystery of blondness in humans, have traced it to a genetic mutation which occured somewhere in Northern Europe around 11,000 years ago, toward the end of the last ice age...they believe prevalence of blondeness in modern populations probably resulted from sexual prefernces ...you know what they say about genetlemen and blondes..