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Re: Moron Deer hunters and Keystone Cops!!!!!

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11-12-2012 05:06:47

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JD Seller,

Sorry for your troubles. Just a shame that some hunter would cut your fence - people just have no respect for other's property.

But geez, you sure do have a comical way of telling a story! I could picture it all so well! Sounds like some TV comedy cop scene - like Big Enis and Little Enis, I think from Smokey and The Bandit.

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11-12-2012 09:55:50

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 Re: Moron Deer hunters and Keystone Cops!!!!! in reply to SweetFeet, 11-12-2012 05:06:47  
Hi, Sweetsie. Just to let you know, you, as well as the rest of us, probably have some war stories that are similiar if you think back a few years. For those of us who have been in this business any amount of time, and for those who haven't, if this job didn't have those train wrecks from time to time, it could be awfully boring. Some can be side splittingly funny when we look back on them, but are a nightmare as we go through them. A few months ago, my G-son broke his hand while we were working cows. Wasn't funny at the time, but now we deride him because only an idiot would lose his temper and short stroke a heifer on a pin bone as she ran over him. Sometimes dealing with morons makes us laugh when it is over, and IMHO, many people are morons more often than we think. It's when they come together in one place that really makes us laugh.

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Nancy Howell

11-12-2012 07:53:33

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 Re: Moron Deer hunters and Keystone Cops!!!!! in reply to SweetFeet, 11-12-2012 05:06:47  
More like Andy Griffith and Barney Fife.

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