Friday, August 28, 2009

Worried About Squirrels In Your Bird Feeder?

So are you worried about squirrels getting into your bird feeder? Well you shouldn't be, you should be worried about bears!

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Crack Kills

The photos below are incredible. Check out what happens to a moose inside a crack.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Ted Nugent Discusses the Gun Control

Listen as Ted Nugent discusses the 2nd Amendment, gun control, with Evan Smith, the Editor of Texas Monthly.

Turkey Hunting in Arkansas

Listen to these guys rap turkey style. They've got a pretty good beat!

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Some Great Photos!

Friday, August 14, 2009

Kansas buck

Unbelievable deer

A royal beating

Prince Edward says that he was just trying to break up a fight between the dogs.

The Earl of Wessex faces a possible criminal investigation for animal cruelty after photographs showed him appearing to beat two gundogs with a stick during a royal pheasant shoot.

An RSPCA inspector is to examine the images, taken by a photographer at Sandringham, Norfolk on Saturday, to determine whether the animals were subjected to "unnecessary suffering".

Buckingham Palace insisted that the Prince was simply trying to break up a fight between the two labradors and said that the pictures do not show definitively whether he actually struck them.

But animal rights groups condemned his behavior as "sickening" and "cowardly".

The photographs show the Prince approaching the two dogs waving a long crook as they grapple over a dead pheasant.

One picture shows one of the animals cowering to one side as he swings the stick over his shoulder.

In another, it hovers above the spine of one of the dogs but is not shown making contact.

Onlookers said he appeared to take three swipes at one of the dogs while shooting in a field with his nephew Peter Phillips.

It is not illegal to hit a dog with a stick if it is to save it from some danger but the Prince could be prosecuted if it can be show that he beat them unnecessarily.

Magistrates can impose fines up to £20,000 or six months in prison for extreme cases of animal cruelty.

If found guilty, the Prince could also be banned from keeping animals and receive a criminal record.

The hippie animal rights groups are just looking for something to bitch about. I believe that Prince Edward was just trying to break up the dogs and did not go "Michael Vick" on them. The Associated press attacked Sarah Palin TWICE when they published an announcement of her first grandchild.


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