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Why The A$$ Rag?
#31
One day the bear was walking through the woods and he kept stopping and rubbing his but up against the trees that he came across.



Well the rabbit, who was curious, saw this and thought it was funny but being curious he inquired of the bear," Mister bear what is wrong?"



"Oh mister rabbit I have a problem. Whenever I poo it stick to my fur and causes me to itch and therefore I am always rubbing up against trees to scratch myself."



"Oh mister bear that is unfortunate for you. It is too bad you are not a rabbit as poo does not stick to my soft fluffy fur."



"Poo doesn't stick to yuor fur?????????"



"No sir it doesnt"



So the bear grabbed the rabbit, wiped his but thoroughly and tossed the rabbit down on the ground said "thank you I am sure you won't mind as you can simply shake and the poo will fall off" and walked away.



Ever since that time rabbits have hated bears.















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Later

Kid
Live with honor, ride with truth.  Be friendly to others.  But always carry a gun on your side and a knife in your boot because there are those that do not feel the same as this.


#32
Kid probably knows this and if you can read between the lines, you've already figured it out.





Where in the Bible does it cover crapin'? Why, Do Do Ron A Me where else! <img src='http://www.hoodswoods.net/IVB/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':lol:' />
Message of Insight and Unity 

We go into the wilderness to fulfill our hearts and empty our minds of life's garbage.
The gear we leave behind and the challenges we encounter, 
Are methods we use to cleanse our spirits.
Of Survivalists and Bushcrafters, Primitive Technologists too, we are one.........

It is the wilderness within, we strive for first and always.
Not everyone can have a cabin in the mountains.
The thread that connects us, is fine like silk and strong as steel.
Together, the song of the wilderness is the song we sing!

"And can I say something else?"
Bushcrafting is "doing what you want to do." 
Survival is "doing what you have to do"
Primitive Technology is about all of the above........

By TNRR aka "Survival Sully"
#33
I was real skeptical about the while butt rag thing. When I finally tried it, I was convinced. Things get kinda grungy down there when I am hiking. Paper just won't do the job as thoroughly as the rag. When I go backpacking, I typically carry both. If I happen to be in a campground with latrines, I'll use the paper (so as not to distress anyone with my attempts to clean said rag afterwards.) If I am alone, I'll use the rag.



This shouldn't have to be said. Don't clean the rag in the creek. Take your can of water and your rag away from the water and clean by powering over the rag. No need for the rag to touch the can or the creek.



And carry Purell.
Bill Qualls



What kind of world do we live in where a man like me

can have a home, a wife, and four kids?



My wife says I've gone feral.

I think her assessment is conservative.



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"Thou fire so masterful and bright,

That givest man both warmth and light,

Alleluia! Alleluia! O praise Him! Alleluia!"
#34
[quote name='Cajunbear' post='172265' date='Oct 27 2007, 04:47 PM']Ron,

I just read your post and found it fascinating. A quick question however... "proposing that the soft feathers on the back of a live goose provide an optimum cleansing medium"... Is there a recommended way to hold the goose so I don't get badly injured? I'm just a novice at these primitive unloading methods and I want to ensure that I use proper decorum.



Cajunbear[/quote]



The duct tape in your mini kit is hold its mouth shut - otherwise the experience will give a whole new meaning to "getting goosed".
Steve
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#35
[quote name='Kid Couteau' post='172274' date='Oct 27 2007, 05:44 PM']One day the bear was walking through the woods and he kept stopping and rubbing his but up against the trees that he came across.



Well the rabbit, who was curious, saw this and thought it was funny but being curious he inquired of the bear," Mister bear what is wrong?"



"Oh mister rabbit I have a problem. Whenever I poo it stick to my fur and causes me to itch and therefore I am always rubbing up against trees to scratch myself."



"Oh mister bear that is unfortunate for you. It is too bad you are not a rabbit as poo does not stick to my soft fluffy fur."



"Poo doesn't stick to yuor fur?????????"



"No sir it doesnt"



So the bear grabbed the rabbit, wiped his but thoroughly and tossed the rabbit down on the ground said "thank you I am sure you won't mind as you can simply shake and the poo will fall off" and walked away.



Ever since that time rabbits have hated bears.















Please send bills for ruined keyboards to Ron Hood



Later

Kid[/quote]





I was beginning to think I was the only one that used rabbits. That's why you don't see any white ones in my neck of the woods. White rabbits around here are only in pet stores, and they don't sell bears in pet stores, nor do I seem to need to poop when I'm in a pet store.



AR Mike
#36
[quote name='Cajunbear' post='172265' date='Oct 27 2007, 02:47 PM']Ron,

I just read your post and found it fascinating. A quick question however... "proposing that the soft feathers on the back of a live goose provide an optimum cleansing medium"... Is there a recommended way to hold the goose so I don't get badly injured? I'm just a novice at these primitive unloading methods and I want to ensure that I use proper decorum.



Cajunbear[/quote]





Grab the neck and the feet. Place the goose between your legs and move the goose across your taint and up towards your spine, feet first. Then back again. First stroke snags the klingons and dingle berries and the second one soothes the goose.



an alternative method is to put a chicken on your finger and wipe in the normal method. I prefer gerbils as their fur is soft and they are always warm. You can keep two of them in a small bag much like the Beastmaster did in his movie.





Zat help?



Ron
Hind sight is an exact science until historians or politicians get involved.



Nothing is so simple that it can't be misunderstood.



I have regular bowel movements, I just wish they were voluntary...



My dad started walking five miles a day when he was 60. Now he's 91, and we don't know where he is.



Understand?
#37
[quote name='7.62' post='172174' date='Oct 27 2007, 09:30 AM']At rabbit stick this year Cody Lundin gave a talk about his new book and one of the things he covers in the book is cleaning your ass without tp,infact at is survival classes he makes every one turn in their tp at the beginning of the class,as for myself I sometimes use tp,some times rag,or sometimes what ever is handy[/quote]



yeah right... aint getting all my tp, no way!
#38
[quote name='Annie' post='172212' date='Oct 27 2007, 11:35 AM']Interesting, Hancock. I'd like to read that article.

Most animals don't bury their waste do they? .. except maybe housecats.?



When I walked the Camino, one of the worst sites I saw was piles of fly-covered toilet paper where women (I assume) had peed and left their paper. It was gross. If a person does use paper, they should carry the stuff out! I didn't have an "ass rag" but I did carry a hankerchief that I used when I peed... then I just washed it out each night when I did my laundry.



One thing needs to be mentioned is that when a human does their business they should keep it away from water sources.. no peeing in rivers, streams, etc.[/quote]



Why should I not use TP because some skanky (sp) women (or men) do not dispose properly. Tired of rules that get tougher for those that DO follow them because of the actions of those who do not follow them....

I've used leaves, rocks, even snow! but as long as their still making TP, and I can still afford it, I'm gonna use it (gotta keep those Maine paper mills in business). And like I said earlier... aint gonna pack it out either... sorry if that makes me an insensitive, not environmentally aware person....but.....



edz
#39
Hancock, that's a very interesting article, and one worth reading!



The rest of you... you're SICK! SICK!



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#40
MERDE! This forum must be the only place where you can be educated in SHITOLOGY by SHITOLOGIST's <img src='http://www.hoodswoods.net/IVB/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/thumbsup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbsup:' />
#41
[quote name='Special K' post='172420' date='Oct 28 2007, 12:10 PM']MERDE! This forum must be the only place where you can be educated in SHITOLOGY by SHITOLOGIST's <img src='http://www.hoodswoods.net/IVB/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/thumbsup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbsup:' />[/quote]





Actually it is called Scatology or coprology and is the study of feces. Scatological studies allow a researcher (or Hoodlum) to determine a wide range of biological information about a creature including its species, diet (and where it has been), healthiness, and diseases such as tapeworms and for the most part these are just scat-turd thoughts.



Ron
Hind sight is an exact science until historians or politicians get involved.



Nothing is so simple that it can't be misunderstood.



I have regular bowel movements, I just wish they were voluntary...



My dad started walking five miles a day when he was 60. Now he's 91, and we don't know where he is.



Understand?
#42
Hey Ron!

I'm out of DVDs to watch... you working on a new one yet? <img src='http://www.hoodswoods.net/IVB/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Rolleyes' />
#43
using a goose as toilet paper...oh man, i have a feeling when i die gods going to be a fucking bird and i would be so screwed. i'm just laughing at the mental image of some poor fucking goose being violated like that rofl.
`But I don't want to go among mad people,' Alice remarked.

`Oh, you can't help that,' said the Cat: `we're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad.'

`How do you know I'm mad?' said Alice.

`You must be,' said the Cat,

`or you wouldn't have come here.'
#44
Alright,



At PF this weekend I used a bandanna to blow my prolific snot into. I boiled it twice, and let it dry, but the snot just hardened and stayed on. How do you clean it exactly?



Mako
"The first law...should be nailed on every cot. The first law. This world's job is to take everything from you. Yours is not to let it."   -Woman and Scarecrow

If I never had to use my intellect again, I wouldn't mind.

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#45
Quote:I boiled it twice, and let it dry, but the snot just hardened and stayed on. How do you clean it exactly?





Think of different techniques ...

and the different actions needed to accomplish them ...

examples:



...rinsing ...



...washing ...



...sounds like you were 'cooking' ...



Don't forget ... you need to remove the chunks.



The 'snap the towel' method ... used when dry. (Remember the video? <img src='http://www.hoodswoods.net/IVB/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/blink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':blink:' /> )



The actual washing, agitation method.



The ................



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