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#1 br0kenrabbit
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No hunting trip this year. :(

How's a man suppose to man up these days?

I leave you with some words of wisdom from Jane's Addiction:

True hunting's over

No herds to follow

Without game, men prey on each other

The family weakens by the bite we swallow...

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#2 KHAndAnime
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By not killing

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#3 br0kenrabbit
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@KHAndAnime said:

By not killing

We usually eat the deer over the holidays. With the whole family in it doesn't last long.

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#4 bmanva
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@KHAndAnime said:

By not killing

and have others do it for you.

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#5 KHAndAnime
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@bmanva said:

and have others do it for you.

Precisely. Nothing is manlier than having other people do everything for you.

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#6 Drunk_PI
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Why aren't you hunting?

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#7 br0kenrabbit
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@drunk_pi said:

Why aren't you hunting?

Logistics issues.

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#8  Edited By Drunk_PI
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@br0kenrabbit said:
@drunk_pi said:

Why aren't you hunting?

Logistics issues.

In that case, accept the situation for what it is and move on. Part of being a man has to do with dealing with things don't always go the way you want it to go but also to accept it, move on, and figure out an alternative (i.e. a butcher shop to purchase a variety of meat such as Venison or Bison to make burgers and/or steaks).

Or you could hunt the deadliest game: Man.

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#9  Edited By br0kenrabbit
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@drunk_pi said:

In that case, accept the situation for what it is and move on. Part of being a man has to do with dealing with things don't always go the way you want it to go but also to accept it, move on, and figure out an alternative (i.e. a butcher shop to purchase a variety of meat such as Venison or Bison to make burgers and/or steaks).

Or you could hunt the deadliest game: Man.

Man sucks. Too much fat and blubber to cut away.

I'm just gonna wait till it gets really cold, then take my shirt off and call everyone else pussies. That'll make my boys swing again.

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#10 Treflis
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@br0kenrabbit said:
@drunk_pi said:

In that case, accept the situation for what it is and move on. Part of being a man has to do with dealing with things don't always go the way you want it to go but also to accept it, move on, and figure out an alternative (i.e. a butcher shop to purchase a variety of meat such as Venison or Bison to make burgers and/or steaks).

Or you could hunt the deadliest game: Man.

Man sucks. Too much fat and blubber to cut away.

I'm just gonna wait till it gets really cold, then take my shirt off and call everyone else pussies. That'll make my boys swing again.

A fever does tend to make them dangle so to keep cool.

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#11 Drunk_PI
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@br0kenrabbit said:
@drunk_pi said:

In that case, accept the situation for what it is and move on. Part of being a man has to do with dealing with things don't always go the way you want it to go but also to accept it, move on, and figure out an alternative (i.e. a butcher shop to purchase a variety of meat such as Venison or Bison to make burgers and/or steaks).

Or you could hunt the deadliest game: Man.

Man sucks. Too much fat and blubber to cut away.

I'm just gonna wait till it gets really cold, then take my shirt off and call everyone else pussies. That'll make my boys swing again.

No.

Go naked with a spear. Hunt a bear and kill its off-spring. Mate with beta mans' wives. Kill....

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Put reindeer antlers on a coke bottle and shoot that.

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Yup.

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Next school shooter confirmed.

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This is how I hunt IRL.

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#16  Edited By raugutcon
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Your wife snipped them nuts by not allowing you to go hunting ?

If not then you are not emasculated.

I used to hunt many years ago, but not anymore, I even sold my guns ( Beretta 12 Ga shotgun and Sako .270 cal rifle ), I prefer fishing, I release them to catch them again and hopefully, bigger next time we meet.

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#17 mrbojangles25
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well, you're screwed. Time to get a sex change and change your name to Dainty Tits McFairytwat

Seriously, though, if you guys really do eat a deer for Christmas, maybe go get a whole hog and roast it kalua style in a whole in the ground with burlap over it.

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#18  Edited By themajormayor
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Word association:

Swedish men

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#19  Edited By br0kenrabbit
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@raugutcon:

@raugutcon said:

Your wife snipped them nuts by not allowing you to go hunting ?

If not then you are not emasculated.

verb past tense:

emasculated; past participle

deprive (a man) of his male role or identity. "He feels emasculated because he cannot control his sons' behavior"

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#20  Edited By br0kenrabbit
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@mrbojangles25 said:

well, you're screwed. Time to get a sex change and change your name to Dainty Tits McFairytwat

Seriously, though, if you guys really do eat a deer for Christmas, maybe go get a whole hog and roast it kalua style in a whole in the ground with burlap over it.

Was more about the hunt. My family is spread out across several states and this is the only time of year most of us get together. A couple of days out in the bush gives us guys a chance to stroke our egos and complain about everyone else, and then come back with smiles and food.

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#21  Edited By mrbojangles25
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@br0kenrabbit said:
@mrbojangles25 said:

well, you're screwed. Time to get a sex change and change your name to Dainty Tits McFairytwat

Seriously, though, if you guys really do eat a deer for Christmas, maybe go get a whole hog and roast it kalua style in a whole in the ground with burlap over it.

Was more about the hunt. My family is spread out across several states and this is the only time of year most of us get together. A couple of days out in the bush gives us guys a chance to stroke our egos and complain about everyone else, and then come back with smiles and food.

Oh I see. Hmmm.

Maybe go camping? For a hike? Fishing? Drive to the city and see a football game?

Have you ever homebrewed? That's a fun activity to do together.

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#22  Edited By raugutcon
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@br0kenrabbit said:

@raugutcon:

@raugutcon said:

Your wife snipped them nuts by not allowing you to go hunting ?

If not then you are not emasculated.

verb past tense:

emasculated; past participle

deprive (a man) of his male role or identity. "He feels emasculated because he cannot control his sons' behavior"

Emasculation is the removal of the penis and the testicles, the external male sex organs. Removal of the testicles alone is termed castration. Emasculation was a form of punishment in Medieval Europe and sometimes formed part of the process of being hanged, drawn and quartered.

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#23 TheHighWind
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@raugutcon said:
@br0kenrabbit said:

@raugutcon:

@raugutcon said:

Your wife snipped them nuts by not allowing you to go hunting ?

If not then you are not emasculated.

verb past tense:

emasculated; past participle

deprive (a man) of his male role or identity. "He feels emasculated because he cannot control his sons' behavior"

Emasculation is the removal of the penis and the testicles, the external male sex organs. Removal of the testicles alone is termed castration. Emasculation was a form of punishment in Medieval Europe and sometimes formed part of the process of being hanged, drawn and quartered.

They did it to me on my definition of "Anti-Social".

Words mean lots of things, kay guise?

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#24  Edited By br0kenrabbit
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@raugutcon said:
@br0kenrabbit said:

@raugutcon:

@raugutcon said:

Your wife snipped them nuts by not allowing you to go hunting ?

If not then you are not emasculated.

verb past tense:

emasculated; past participle

deprive (a man) of his male role or identity. "He feels emasculated because he cannot control his sons' behavior"

Emasculation is the removal of the penis and the testicles, the external male sex organs. Removal of the testicles alone is termed castration. Emasculation was a form of punishment in Medieval Europe and sometimes formed part of the process of being hanged, drawn and quartered.

  • archaic- castrate (a man or male animal).

Old use. Language evolves. You won't find that definition in current use. See: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/emasculate

and

https://www.google.com/search?q=define%3A+emasculated&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

and etc.

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#25 redrichard
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Hunting isnt manly and neither is any right of passage that boys are suppose to go through. to become men.

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#26  Edited By br0kenrabbit
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@redrichard said:

Hunting isnt manly and neither is any right of passage that boys are suppose to go through. to become men.

You do realize that much of a mans physiological makeup us due to genetic adaptations to make us better hunters, right? Of course you didn't. There isn't any activity that is more manly than hunting, it's our genetic heritage.

The dichotomy between men and women isn't just because women have babies and men don't. Don't be so metro.

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easy, find the next best thing:

drink yourself blind

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#29 themajormayor
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Being a man is just a social construct

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#30  Edited By redrichard
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@br0kenrabbit:

Evolution doesnt dictate what activity is and isn't "manly".

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#31  Edited By GazaAli
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That sucks. I never hunted before, but it holds a prominent rank in my wishlist in case I ever make it to a place where hunting is a thing.

Say @br0kenrabbit, what do you use for hunting? seeing how you're all for manliness and all, I hope it's not a shotgun. I'm aching to hunt with a cross and bow. Also, how does venison taste compared with beef or other common meats? its dark red is enticing. It looks so lean too, which is a big plus in my book, as I despise animal fat.

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#32 br0kenrabbit
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@redrichard said:

@br0kenrabbit:

Evolution doesnt dictate what activity is and isn't "manly".

Do some research. Men are quite adapted for hunting. Hunting is responsible for the development of many of the male secondary sexual characteristics : broad shoulders and upper body, stronger bones than females (because hunting is dangerous), the more club-like male fist, the male beard (to break up the oval shape of our face that animals instinctively look for) and for the non-obvious ones like better depth perception than females (though they see many more colors than men do...all that gathering berries and fruit and whatnot) and so on.

Hunting MADE men what men are. You can only argue against it on the grounds of ignorance.

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#33 br0kenrabbit
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@GazaAli said:

That sucks. I never hunted before, but it holds a prominent rank in my wishlist in case I ever make it to a place where hunting is a thing.

Say @br0kenrabbit, what do you use for hunting? seeing how you're all for manliness and all, I hope it's not a shotgun. I'm aching to hunt with a cross and bow. Also, how does venison taste compared with beef or other common meats? its dark red is enticing. It looks so lean too, which is a big plus in my book, as I despise animal fat.

Depends on the season and what I'm hunting. I bow-hunt turkey because the other option is bird shot, which means picking a lot of little pellets out.

Deer I hunt with a 30-06. I have hunted deer with a bow before, but there is so little margin for error. You really only have one target area with the bow: in the chest behind the forelegs. Anywhere else and not only will you be chasing the deer, but it's not going to be a pleasant experience for the deer. They won't even bleed out quickly because the arrow plugs the wound.

30-06 though, the deer might jump but it hits the ground right after.

As for the taste, it's gamey. Umm...not so sweet as what most people are used to in red meat...I'd describe it as slightly mushroomy-walnutty. Just slightly. But it also depends on the deer and its diet. The flavor isn't as consistent as store-bought beef or chicken or whatever.

It's also less tender, because those are wondering muscles, not standing around in a field muscles.

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#35 GazaAli
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@br0kenrabbit said:
@GazaAli said:

That sucks. I never hunted before, but it holds a prominent rank in my wishlist in case I ever make it to a place where hunting is a thing.

Say @br0kenrabbit, what do you use for hunting? seeing how you're all for manliness and all, I hope it's not a shotgun. I'm aching to hunt with a cross and bow. Also, how does venison taste compared with beef or other common meats? its dark red is enticing. It looks so lean too, which is a big plus in my book, as I despise animal fat.

Depends on the season and what I'm hunting. I bow-hunt turkey because the other option is bird shot, which means picking a lot of little pellets out.

Deer I hunt with a 30-06. I have hunted deer with a bow before, but there is so little margin for error. You really only have one target area with the bow: in the chest behind the forelegs. Anywhere else and not only will you be chasing the deer, but it's not going to be a pleasant experience for the deer. They won't even bleed out quickly because the arrow plugs the wound.

30-06 though, the deer might jump but it hits the ground right after.

As for the taste, it's gamey. Umm...not so sweet as what most people are used to in red meat...I'd describe it as slightly mushroomy-walnutty. Just slightly. But it also depends on the deer and its diet. The flavor isn't as consistent as store-bought beef or chicken or whatever.

It's also less tender, because those are wondering muscles, not standing around in a field muscles.

This may sound cruel to some people, but I wouldn't be that concerned about the deer's experience; after all, he's dead anyway. I wouldn't want to put an animal through unnecessary suffering, sure, but my hunting experience would take precedence here. To me, hunting needs to be as primitive as one can afford; otherwise, the experience is lacking. That's why I wouldn't have a problem chasing the deer for some time, but for how long is debatable.

I'm always tight on money; that's why most of what red meat I consume isn't premium cut. But after having tried both enough times, I realized that I prefer less tender meat, as it's more flavorful while also being less fatty.

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#37 br0kenrabbit
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@GazaAli said:

This may sound cruel to some people, but I wouldn't be that concerned about the deer's experience; after all, he's dead anyway. I wouldn't want to put an animal through unnecessary suffering, sure, but my hunting experience would take precedence here. To me, hunting needs to be as primitive as one can afford; otherwise, the experience is lacking. That's why I wouldn't have a problem chasing the deer for some time, but for how long is debatable.

I'm always tight on money; that's why most of what red meat I consume isn't premium cut. But after having tried both enough times, I realized that I prefer less tender meat, as it's more flavorful while also being less fatty.

A lot of guys I know prefer bow-hunting for the same reasons. But there's the range issue as well. 200 yards is nothing with a rifle, but with a bow you gotta be close enough to smell it fart.

Bow hunting is more sitting near a food source, a mark or a salt lick and rattling/calling to draw the males out. A rifle is just easy to perch on a hill above a clearing you know deer to pass through.

Deer are smart as hell, too. If they see you before you see them, they can most definitely hide behind a tree. They'll even side-step around it to keep hidden behind it as you pass. It's hard as hell to get one in bow range, so most of the time you go bow-hunting for deer you are gonna come back empty. A rifle isn't a sure thing, but it certainly increases your chances substantially.

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#39 TheFlush
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I don't need some socially imposed 'rituals' to know that I'm a man.

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#40 redrichard
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@br0kenrabbit: Sexual selection can contribute to men having oval faces and broad shoulders natural selection isn't the only one. You have no evidence for hunting being the main driving force in men evolution.

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#41 br0kenrabbit
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@redrichard said:

@br0kenrabbit: Sexual selection can contribute to men having oval faces and broad shoulders natural selection isn't the only one. You have no evidence for hunting being the main driving force in men evolution.

How about this: Women mated with the men who could provide. Which again means the most successful hunters.

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#42 comp_atkins
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@br0kenrabbit said:
@GazaAli said:

This may sound cruel to some people, but I wouldn't be that concerned about the deer's experience; after all, he's dead anyway. I wouldn't want to put an animal through unnecessary suffering, sure, but my hunting experience would take precedence here. To me, hunting needs to be as primitive as one can afford; otherwise, the experience is lacking. That's why I wouldn't have a problem chasing the deer for some time, but for how long is debatable.

I'm always tight on money; that's why most of what red meat I consume isn't premium cut. But after having tried both enough times, I realized that I prefer less tender meat, as it's more flavorful while also being less fatty.

A lot of guys I know prefer bow-hunting for the same reasons. But there's the range issue as well. 200 yards is nothing with a rifle, but with a bow you gotta be close enough to smell it fart.

Bow hunting is more sitting near a food source, a mark or a salt lick and rattling/calling to draw the males out. A rifle is just easy to perch on a hill above a clearing you know deer to pass through.

Deer are smart as hell, too. If they see you before you see them, they can most definitely hide behind a tree. They'll even side-step around it to keep hidden behind it as you pass. It's hard as hell to get one in bow range, so most of the time you go bow-hunting for deer you are gonna come back empty. A rifle isn't a sure thing, but it certainly increases your chances substantially.

there are lots of deer around where i work. i like to go running around there after work and i can get very close to the deer without them giving two shits.

they do not seem very smart : P

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#43 br0kenrabbit
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@comp_atkins said:

there are lots of deer around where i work. i like to go running around there after work and i can get very close to the deer without them giving two shits.

they do not seem very smart : P

I'm assuming they're urban deer? Like any other wild animal, they can certainly get used to the presence of people (visit a petting zoo).

I hunt in Catoosa, not in the city. :-)

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#44 redrichard
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@br0kenrabbit:

Survival wasn't up to only men hunting there was gathering as well done by women.

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#45  Edited By br0kenrabbit
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@redrichard said:

@br0kenrabbit:

Survival wasn't up to only men hunting there was gathering as well done by women.

But the consumption of cooked meat is what lead us to develop bigger brains.

Hunting made us human.

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@br0kenrabbit said:
@redrichard said:

@br0kenrabbit:

Survival wasn't up to only men hunting there was gathering as well done by women.

But the consumption of cooked meat is what lead us to develop bigger brains.

Hunting made us human.

That was before we had calories in a can. Just shake and pour.

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#47  Edited By br0kenrabbit
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@pimphand_gamer said:

That was before we had calories in a can. Just shake and pour.

Yeah, back when men were men and the world still stood to be conquered.

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#48 redrichard
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@br0kenrabbit: Not sure what your point is I never argued hunting was not needed or not crucial to development of human.

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#49 br0kenrabbit
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@redrichard said:

@br0kenrabbit: Not sure what your point is I never argued hunting was not needed or not crucial to development of human.

Then I don't know what you're trying to argue in repeating something I already stated in post #32 above. Here again, copy-pasta from that post:

(though they see many more colors than men do...all that gathering berries and fruit and whatnot)

Then you go on to say:

Survival wasn't up to only men hunting there was gathering as well done by women.

So either you're not reading what I said, not understanding what I said, or you don't know what point you're trying to make. I sure don't.

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#50 PantsWearer
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I know how you feel. I just watched the Lion King followed by Bambi so I'm obviously in the mood for hunting right now.