RE: [Friends of Deer] more "joy" of "hunting
- I believe the deer are becoming victims of pollution which is causing a
number of genetic abnormalities. Glad to hear the goon ate the deer, maybe
he will sprout horns.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
On Behalf Of Imp Ster
Sent: Thursday, December 14, 2006 3:03 AM
Subject: [Friends of Deer] more "joy" of "hunting
k, 1st lets put this on right:
the buck "ran under the truck and got hit."
100% redneck so far.
then, the buck had extra appendages and obvious genital
abnormalities, it even goes so far as to "creep out" the "hunter"
who "bagged" it with his "truck", but it was still "tasty".
i said it before and i'll keep saying it:
these people are sub human.
perhaps Mad Deer disease, like the Prescott Bush bloodline, is some
form of Nature's Revenge upon the swarming killer apes.
so eat up, bueys, indeterminate gonads and flapping appendages and
all, as yer vile Scrip-chure Sez, its God's Gift To The Mindless
Wisconsin hunter bags deer with 7 legs
FOND DU LAC, Wis. - Rick Lisko hunts deer with a bow but got his most
unusual one driving his truck down his mile-long driveway. The young
buck had nub antlers - and seven legs. Lisko said it also had both
male and female reproductive organs. "It was definitely a freak of
nature," Lisko said. "I guess it's a real rarity."
He said he slowed down as the buck and two does ran across the
driveway Nov. 22, but the buck ran under the truck and got hit.
When he looked at the animal, he noticed three- to four-inch
appendages growing from the rear legs. Later, he found a smaller
appendage growing from one of the front legs.
"It's a pretty weird deer," he said, describing the extra legs as
resembling "crab pinchers."
"It kind of gives you the creeps when you look at it," he said, but
he thought he saw the appendages moving, as if they were functional,
before the deer was hit.
Warden Doug Bilgo of the state Department of Natural Resources came
to Lisko's property near Mud Lake in the town of Osceola to tag the
"I have never seen anything like that in all the years that I've been
working as a game warden and being a hunter myself," Bilgo said. "It
wasn't anything grotesque or ugly or anything. It was just unusual
that it would have those little appendages growing out like that."
Bilgo took photos and sent information on the animal to DNR wildlife
John Hoffman of Eden Meat Market skinned the deer for Lisko, who
wasn't going to waste the venison from the animal.
"And by the way, I did eat it," Lisko said. "It was tasty."
Information from: The Reporter, http://www.fdlrepor
&, lest ye think i be a mad liar, heres the original URL:
no need to labor to make this stuff up -
the Neck That Is Red does all the work for me.
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