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Re: Pease remind me why?????????????

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02-18-2013 22:16:19

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1. Most gun owners are law abiding people. They are not going to tresspass or steal things.

2. You are in KY. Most likely some trailer trash boy was poaching and trespassing and saw it. I lived in KY for 4 years, saw those guys with my own eyes. Heck a few from the Shepardville area shot up some US Army trucks ON FT KNOX in the training area because they were scaring the deer away while I was there.

3. My area of MN is much the same.

4. Yea, they will stand up and fight if need be because they see nothing wrong with what they did. Be that "the South is Going to Rise Again" thing.


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02-19-2013 06:20:17

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 Re: Pease remind me why????????????? in reply to oldtanker, 02-18-2013 22:16:19  
Spent many great days way up around Grand Rapids, Duluth and Orr hunting grouse and woodcock. Great hunting but did not look to good for farming? Southern MN is great crop land...right?

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02-19-2013 09:12:47

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 Re: Pease remind me why????????????? in reply to Edd in KY, 02-19-2013 06:20:17  
Roughly the Southern third of MN is productive farmland. Quality and suitability drops off rapidly North of I94, except for the Western area, Red River Valley. Of course, that description is not an absolute. Not much farming in NE MN. Lakes, tourism, mines.

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