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Um, no.  Not insinuating

Um, no.  Not insinuating anything.  Thought the "snobbery card" was funny.  

It's not like you called him a caveman or anything....which would have been pretty funny too.  I better stop before somebody plays the "livestock" card on me for being a jackass.

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COMeatHunter wrote:

Um, no.  Not insinuating anything.  Thought the "snobbery card" was funny.  

It's not like you called him a caveman or anything....which would have been pretty funny too.  I better stop before somebody plays the "livestock" card on me for being a jackass.

My apologies, just read it wrong. Thanks for clarifying.

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If you saw snobbery in my

If you saw snobbery in my posts. You need to get your eyes checked. You misunderstood what I said, and if you knew me you'd know i'm far from a snob.

I'm opinionated, and passionate about what I like. However, I don't push what I like on anybody, or think my way is best. It's just what I like. I have no concern what others do.

I do happen to think two ML seasons is a good thing for everybody. It's a win win for both types of ML hunters, and it might even sell more tags. We know how much the DOW loves that.

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Still Hunter wrote:
If you saw snobbery in my posts. You need to get your eyes checked. You misunderstood what I said, and if you knew me you'd know i'm far from a snob. I'm opinionated, and passionate about what I like. However, I don't push what I like on anybody, or think my way is best. It's just what I like. I have no concern what others do. I do happen to think two ML seasons is a good thing for everybody. It's a win win for both types of ML hunters, and it might even sell more tags. We know how much the DOW loves that.
Guess I'd have to say were pretty similar in the opinionated and passionate part. My view is just that you can do what you like to do and still have a pretty good hunt under the current structure. I understand and respect that you disagree with this. Saying bow hunters cry to get their way did seem a little snobby or rude at the least but if I misinterpreted you my apologies. Let's agree to disagree and I sincerely do wish you good hunts ahead!

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I accept rude much better

I accept rude much better than snob. smile

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I would love to get you all together on the porch and some drinks and B.S. all day. I think I would be crying from the laughter. Everyone have a safe hunting season and a Happy Easter!!!!!!!

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That would be nice!  Happy

That would be nice!  Happy Easter everyone!

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