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#31 olim

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 02:45 pm

Olim, Look your only young mate. You cant be right all of the time. And why are you gting so irrate about this whole thing anyway?

Dose it matter to you that much what some people think about you who you probably will never meet.

So just giv it a rest.




just responding to someone who makes no sense and asking them what they are on about

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 04:29 pm

this thread epitomises everything that's wrong with society these days. our lasses dads gonna give us some chickens for our allotment when its ready, if they get killed by cats it'll be our own stupid fault for not making it cat-proof, why should i grab the rifle and cause a load of unnecessary grief by killing them when there's clearly a more mature and responsible way of resolving the situation? what if old man whats-his-face's racing pigeons from the plot next door start eating our seeds? should i kill them as well? what if his goats eat a bit of our hedge away, shall i kill them? shall i kill every animal that poses a problem cos it'll be much easier than using my brain in the long run?



dont worry about the cat and your chickens
if whats his face next door has racing pigeons :whistling:

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 05:44 pm


this thread epitomises everything that's wrong with society these days. our lasses dads gonna give us some chickens for our allotment when its ready, if they get killed by cats it'll be our own stupid fault for not making it cat-proof, why should i grab the rifle and cause a load of unnecessary grief by killing them when there's clearly a more mature and responsible way of resolving the situation? what if old man whats-his-face's racing pigeons from the plot next door start eating our seeds? should i kill them as well? what if his goats eat a bit of our hedge away, shall i kill them? shall i kill every animal that poses a problem cos it'll be much easier than using my brain in the long run?



dont worry about the cat and your chickens
if whats his face next door has racing pigeons http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

Whats his face with the pigeons might consider you a real hero if you sort the problem :thumbs:

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 06:08 pm


olim , i noticed your from hertfordshire ...

i knew a hotspot there once for cat accidents , the cats always seem to be getting run over in the same spot ........ under a bridge going over the A10. none of them had collars on so they must of been ferals http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...




Do you want to make yourself clearer

lots of dead cats in your neck of the woods ive heard , one must of been yours for you to be acting all gay about it

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 06:18 pm

this thread epitomises everything that's wrong with society these days. our lasses dads gonna give us some chickens for our allotment when its ready, if they get killed by cats it'll be our own stupid fault for not making it cat-proof, why should i grab the rifle and cause a load of unnecessary grief by killing them when there's clearly a more mature and responsible way of resolving the situation? what if old man whats-his-face's racing pigeons from the plot next door start eating our seeds? should i kill them as well? what if his goats eat a bit of our hedge away, shall i kill them? shall i kill every animal that poses a problem cos it'll be much easier than using my brain in the long run?

What a load of pish......so you cant have any free range hens nowadays just incase some c**ts cat decides it fancies chicken for dinner.......if it does the crime then it will do the time....certainly around my way anyway... :yes:

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 06:36 pm



olim , i noticed your from hertfordshire ...

i knew a hotspot there once for cat accidents , the cats always seem to be getting run over in the same spot ........ under a bridge going over the A10. none of them had collars on so they must of been ferals http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...




Do you want to make yourself clearer

lots of dead cats in your neck of the woods ive heard , one must of been yours for you to be acting all gay about it



Well I have'nt heard of any dead cats :laugh: I shoot not too far from there actually... maybe I will see you some time around there :whistling:

And for those that find cats a bit too chalenging there are always pet rabbits in cages :hunter:

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 07:05 pm

this thread epitomises everything that's wrong with society these days. our lasses dads gonna give us some chickens for our allotment when its ready, if they get killed by cats it'll be our own stupid fault for not making it cat-proof, why should i grab the rifle and cause a load of unnecessary grief by killing them when there's clearly a more mature and responsible way of resolving the situation? what if old man whats-his-face's racing pigeons from the plot next door start eating our seeds? should i kill them as well? what if his goats eat a bit of our hedge away, shall i kill them? shall i kill every animal that poses a problem cos it'll be much easier than using my brain in the long run?


So what would you do if you were a chicken farmer with a fox problem?

Edited by shepp, 10 January 2011 - 07:16 pm.


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Posted 10 January 2011 - 10:29 pm

olim go play shooting on your x box little boy when you grow up you might understand or you can go and join LACS but your proberbley already a member by your post s , always havin a dig at any dog related topics and take the other bunny hugger mr watson with you

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 10:38 pm

olim your only a young lad
you should be out trying to snare a bit of pussy
not on here telling all us old farts how to hunt
and what to hunt i realy dont think your a hunting lad
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Posted 10 January 2011 - 11:24 pm

this thread epitomises everything that's wrong with society these days. our lasses dads gonna give us some chickens for our allotment when its ready, if they get killed by cats it'll be our own stupid fault for not making it cat-proof, why should i grab the rifle and cause a load of unnecessary grief by killing them when there's clearly a more mature and responsible way of resolving the situation? what if old man whats-his-face's racing pigeons from the plot next door start eating our seeds? should i kill them as well? what if his goats eat a bit of our hedge away, shall i kill them? shall i kill every animal that poses a problem cos it'll be much easier than using my brain in the long run?


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Posted 10 January 2011 - 11:34 pm

This thread seems to show just how bad THL is these days.

Don't all the 'hard men' realise that anyone can read this forum? Type 'killing cats' into google, and you'll probably find a link straight into this thread. How does that make the hunting community look to the world at large?

Think about it.......

That's my opinion, now for some facts:

  • Cats are property, and therefore, any harm done to them can be pursued for compensation.
  • The owners of cats cannot be held liable for the actions of their animals (unlike dogs).
  • It is only legal to kill feral cats after you have proved that they are feral.
  • Anyone who places poison out for cats (including anti freeze) needs their head testing. It's not just toxic to cats!

And a suggestion?

What about a game cock running with the bantams?

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 11:39 pm

This thread is absolutely hilarious...... The longer it goes on the funnier it gets... The thing is that Olim is winding you up and so many of you are rising to the bait..... Personally i hate cats.

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 11:41 pm

This thread seems to show just how bad THL is these days.

Don't all the 'hard men' realise that anyone can read this forum? Type 'killing cats' into google, and you'll probably find a link straight into this thread. How does that make the hunting community look to the world at large?

Think about it.......

That's my opinion, now for some facts:

  • Cats are property, and therefore, any harm done to them can be pursued for compensation.
  • The owners of cats cannot be held liable for the actions of their animals (unlike dogs).
  • It is only legal to kill feral cats after you have proved that they are feral.
  • Anyone who places poison out for cats (including anti freeze) needs their head testing. It's not just toxic to cats!

And a suggestion?

What about a game cock running with the bantams?



No it dosen't.

#44 R. Docks

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 11:47 pm

No it dosen't.


Yet.

Give it time.

A few THL members need to loose the 'couldn't give a feck' attitude IMO.

This is a very public forum that ranks very highly on google. Lots of members seem to want bad publicity. When hunting is further restricted because of misinformation by our enemies, we'll all know who to blame!

Some of the people in the hunting world are our own worst enemy.

I remember now why I stopped logging in here.

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Posted 11 January 2011 - 12:08 am




olim , i noticed your from hertfordshire ...

i knew a hotspot there once for cat accidents , the cats always seem to be getting run over in the same spot ........ under a bridge going over the A10. none of them had collars on so they must of been ferals http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...




Do you want to make yourself clearer

lots of dead cats in your neck of the woods ive heard , one must of been yours for you to be acting all gay about it



Well I have'nt heard of any dead cats http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... I shoot not too far from there actually... maybe I will see you some time around there http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

And for those that find cats a bit too chalenging there are always pet rabbits in cages http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...


well im always about that way , you never know




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