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Old 05-21-2015, 02:00 PM   #1
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Default Hunting for food with a catapult

Only shoot if you're sure of a clean kill
Ensure you have the landowners permission in the uk or it's poaching
Be familiar with local laws and byelaws governing hunting.




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Funny video Jim For a moment I thought this thread was going to turn into a cooking show with plenty of recipes
I would have left the Salt and vinegar and waited for some cheese and onion to come along.


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Good job. I liked it.
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I nearly died laughing.
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Very clever, Mr Rhodo! Got some good laughs out of this! Mmmmm....salt and vinegar, my favorite!
To be honest though, a part of me was hoping for a good recipe-fest
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Dear Lord Jim,

I dare to kindly suggest to not eat the mushrooms you may find
when entering the hunting ground via the south access.

Why?

Because: It seems not only you, but your camera as well encountered
some sort of disruption of the space/time continuum!

I can tell by having cast a very skilled look at the avocado!..

First those normally wear a sombrero, (as far as Iīve been told)

And second a steelball fired at a velocity of under 734ft/sec
will normally never be able to get them.. for they move way
quicker! (as far as Iīve been told).

Plus: There is no such thing as a saltīnīvinegar-chips tree..
Those grow on bushes! (as far as Iīve been told)


Donīt eat the black little donnaīs cherries as well..


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Salt and vinegar and Dill pickle are my favor chip flavors! Good haul!
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Glad you enjoyed it. Next stop:

Preparing eggs wood gas stove a la slingshot.
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Glad you enjoyed it. Next stop:

Preparing eggs wood gas stove a la slingshot.
Any chance for an egg cloud?


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