Sometimes a person has a skill, and then waste it, because they can't keep their bias out of the book. I've been a Hunter in my younger days. And the majority of the hunters I knew were very professional, and would never step into the woulda drunk or were careless with a weapon, and would not have anything to do with a person that was. I've seen the type that were, few and far between. Usually city type, that came only during hunting season, and get snickered day before hunting season, and then not see a darn thing and start shooting cans and trees before the day is out and go home empty handed and hung over.
Most of us that live doing it , trapping coyotes and coons for fur , during the winter. Back in the seventies and eighties, before idiots made it illegal, people here didn't realize that it was a setup, so that they could get the fur at cheaper price from Russia. Which they still do. Mink, coon, wolf, you name it at far less money than what we were getting. And all the department stores were in on it. They made a killing. And lost out Americans who were poor making a little money on the side to tide them over on the winter months. It's hard cold and sometimes dangerous work. But it could be lucritive if you knew what you were doing.
But this book made all hunters seem uneducated and lazy and fat. True hunters are no such thing. And then kept calling all hunters alt right wingers. Wow talk about a broad discription , since I have a lot of Dem buddies that are Dem all the way, and hunters through and through.
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- Print Length: 105 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1922323098
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- Publisher: Severed Press (27 October 2019)
- Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07ZNCPNWH
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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