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What Is Wrong With Wolves?
#46
Hopefully next year they will open things up again and I can try to kill that bastard...









Now that Molloy is retiring,maybe things will get better
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#47
[quote name='7.62' date='27 December 2010 - 12:22 PM' timestamp='1293481376' post='502396']

Hopefully next year they will open things up again and I can try to kill that bastard...









Now that Molloy is retiring,maybe things will get better

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I can only hope that your comment proves true, but the newspaper article that I read said that he is taking "Senior status" and will still take a heavy workload and - possibly - serve on the 9th. Circuit Court of Appeals based in San Francisco.



I have read that the man possesses some fine personal attributes, among them intense research into a case, but I wish he didn't side with the bunnyhuggers as often as he does. Wyoming also has a US Federal District Court judge on "senior" status, and Judge Clarence Brimmer has been known to take an opposing stance on some of Judge Molloy's decisions that affect Wyoming.
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#48
I am surprised that a number of ranchers haven't banded together and started to eliminate the problem on thier own.
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#49
[quote name='bigbore442001' date='27 December 2010 - 12:58 PM' timestamp='1293483532' post='502402']

I am surprised that a number of ranchers haven't banded together and started to eliminate the problem on thier own.

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Federal prison probably is not a fun place to be.
Addictive knife buying isn't guided by logic.

Its probably my age that makes people think I am an adult.

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#50
there has been a confirmed pack of wolves in my county of northern lower michigan. It would place this pack pretty much behind my house. interestingly my yellow dog has been wanting to come in at night and stay in all night. I wonder if there is a connection.









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#51
This just happened two days ago in Northern MN. Two of my brothers spotted a wolf with a really bad case of mange on the path by their hunting shack. It was really close and the animal was obviously sick. He just stood there and looked at them, did not try to run away. Paul said his tail looked like a white stick, no fur on it at all. Not much fur left on him at all. Looking at his sign, there was a lot of blood. My guess his tail was bleeding, as it was quite high on the side of the woodshed.

Bill
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#52
[quote name='jbarrow' date='27 December 2010 - 03:46 PM' timestamp='1293486404' post='502407']

[quote name='bigbore442001' date='27 December 2010 - 12:58 PM' timestamp='1293483532' post='502402']

I am surprised that a number of ranchers haven't banded together and started to eliminate the problem on thier own.

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Federal prison probably is not a fun place to be.

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On the other hand--How do you know that some of them Aren't?



I mean, I live in the Nation; and thus I feel free to rant and rave about the Wolves till something else catches my attention. If I lived in Idaho or Montana--or some other place the Wolves are a problem.....



Well, no offense Friends--But I wouldn't be telling any of y'all how many Wolf Fangs were hanging on my necklace.....



Its not that I'm Paranoid--Its just that I don't trust anyone.



.....RVM45 [Image: cool.gif][Image: thumbsup.gif][Image: cool.gif]





There are only Two Types of People in the World:



A.} People who are After My Guns;



and;



B.} People who are Not After My Guns.



Though I am forced to live in exile, in the Twenty-First century; I am still proud to be a Citizen of the Twentieth Century.



RVM45
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#53
Check out this article about the wolves:



[url="http://www.greatfallstribune.com/article/20101223/LIFESTYLE05/12230310/We-ought-to-hunt-gray-wolves"]http://www.greatfall...unt-gray-wolves[/url]



[url="http://www.nraila.org/News/Read/InTheNews.aspx?ID=14587"]http://www.nraila.or...s.aspx?ID=14587[/url]







I'm not sure if I'm more aggravated at the Newspaper that published such biased garbage--or the NRA for repeating it.



Oh sure, he says there should be a Wolf season--but only after the State legalizes it.....



And he seems to feel that the Hunting is justified only because a limited season won't endanger the Wolves.....



Hey, I want those Dog-Killing Menaces endangered. I want the Knob-Gobblers endangered clean out of existence in the Lower 48.....



Then we can seriously discuss whether we want to keep the ones in Alaska, and whether we want the Canadians to have access to such devastating Weapons of Mass Destruction.



Hell's Belles!!! People crawling all over the middle East over things of far less importance than what is going on here.



Bring our troops home, and use them to eradicate the Wolves!



.....RVM45 [Image: cool.gif][Image: thumbsup.gif][Image: cool.gif]
There are only Two Types of People in the World:



A.} People who are After My Guns;



and;



B.} People who are Not After My Guns.



Though I am forced to live in exile, in the Twenty-First century; I am still proud to be a Citizen of the Twentieth Century.



RVM45
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#54
[quote name='jbarrow' date='27 December 2010 - 03:46 PM' timestamp='1293486404' post='502407']

[quote name='bigbore442001' date='27 December 2010 - 12:58 PM' timestamp='1293483532' post='502402']

I am surprised that a number of ranchers haven't banded together and started to eliminate the problem on thier own.

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Federal prison probably is not a fun place to be.

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Oh, it's not so bad if you go by the retirement community they call a federal prison (former Air Force Base) in Duluth.
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#55
To Ron's point about size....



How many times have you seen a dog, in say the 100 lbs range, perfectly capable of taking down a full grown human? Most working dogs I have seen are in that range. More than few would scare the crap out of me if I was their target. Let alone an organized pack of such animals...
Jim



If you find yourself in a fair fight, your tactics suck.



Do not mistake my unwillingness to resort to violence as an inabilty to do so.

-Jim



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-Thomas Jefferson



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#56
[quote name='Snowbound' date='28 December 2010 - 10:33 AM' timestamp='1293561193' post='502514']

To Ron's point about size....



How many times have you seen a dog, in say the 100 lbs range, perfectly capable of taking down a full grown human? Most working dogs I have seen are in that range. More than few would scare the crap out of me if I was their target. Let alone an organized pack of such animals...

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i think that is because most people are helpless because of their soft lifestyles, more than the 100 pound dog being terribly formidable in an objective sense.



canines have some serious voids in their natural defenses copared to fit human beings, that's why they are optimized for fighting in packs probably.



but humans usually fight in packs too IIRC. <img src='http://www.hoodswoods.net/IVB/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/pirate.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':pirate:' />





i don't fear 100 pounds of anything, and certainly not a canine, and i look forward to the chance to fight it and kill it with a big knife, stick, or my fingers and teeth if necessary, merely for the thrill - i have to admit.





they should at least open a wolf season up for spear/lance/trident and bowie knife, and anything you can make in the woods, like a gaff from a tree branch.



just add wolf hounds and some pit bulls.



i think that would be a hoot.





all that stated - i love wolves - any kind of wolf.



i think it would be a shame to exterminate them, but it is also a greater shame to take any shit over them - if they are a pain in the ass and everyone knows it, no need for discussion - kill them.



(i think everything should be that way though).





i'd really like to see all the existing wolves moved to Washington DC, New York City, Chicago, San francisco, Seattle, and here to Coronado - i would love to have wolves all over my hometown - eating all the kicking dogs and cats hopefully first, and then disappear some assholes.



"Whoops, that interfering old lady got zapped by the wolves the other day - tsk-tsk. 'Looks like three drunk drivers got themselves ett too...."



so feel free to send ol' vec some wolf pups, if some mean ol' Republican offs their mom.



wolves on the beach = coolness.



we'll tell everyone they are Siberian Huskies - the typical idiots in Southern California won't know the difference.



when they grow up, we'll blame Purina.



wolves will help the second Amendment around here, i reckon, if anything will....



vec.
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#57
A while back I ran into a guy that had a full wolf mount from a hunting trip in Alaska. I could not believe the size of the animal. I have seen a few big dogs but nothing like this. Its muzzle reminded me of a mail box and I have no doubt it could have went 200lbs. In some of my reading I have ran across acounts of wolves attacking hunting hounds sometimes with the hunters right there. The accounts were alarming and sad for dog owners. While I am a big fan of law and order there is no way I would tolerate large carnivors running loose around my children, pets or stock. This is not darkest Africa. The eco pukes who live in a city and want to push this crap on those who live in the country should be shown where to stick it.

Josh
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#58
[quote name='7.62' date='27 December 2010 - 01:22 PM' timestamp='1293481376' post='502396']

Hopefully next year they will open things up again and I can try to kill that bastard...









Now that Molloy is retiring,maybe things will get better

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Sad, and scary, thing is that now we have to hold our breath and see what, err who, they replace Molloy with. It may get worse.

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#59
[quote name='vector001' date='28 December 2010 - 02:08 PM' timestamp='1293566887' post='502527']



i'd really like to see all the existing wolves moved to Washington DC, New York City, Chicago, San francisco, Seattle, and here to Coronado - i would love to have wolves all over my hometown - eating all the kicking dogs and cats hopefully first, and then disappear some assholes.



"Whoops, that interfering old lady got zapped by the wolves the other day - tsk-tsk. 'Looks like three drunk drivers got themselves ett too...."



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Dear Sir,

In response to your letter dated Dec. 28, 2010 requesting a transfer of wildlife, henceforth designated as a "Wolf", to our fair metropolis. We regret to inform you that after doing extensive research we must decline your generous offer.

We already have coyotes taking care of the strays and elderly. We don't think they need any help at this time.

But thank you for your concern.



Southside Neighborhood Council
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#60
Anybody else think these may be genetically altered/enhanced super wolves designed to eliminate the deer and elk herds so that there would no longer be any "legitimate" reason to have a hunting season. Yup I knew it. It's a peta plot. <img src='http://www.hoodswoods.net/IVB/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/censored.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':censored:' />
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