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Delicacies for a noble's table: honey-braised bear paws (I knew that bear paws were delicacy but I didn't know they were served honey-braised), smoked bear tongue and bear bacon.

Ok, anyone of you Americans with longarms... Are bears protected species in USA? Can someone hunt one and make some bear bacon and test-share with us?


Aberzombie wrote:
Damn, I really dislike Adele's so-called music.

You've been on my mind

I grow fonder every day,
Lose myself in time
Just thinking of your face
God only knows
Why it's taken me so long
To let my doubts go
You're the only one that I want

I don't know why I'm scared, I've been here before
Every feeling, every word, I've imagined it all,
You never know if you never try
To forgive your past and simply be mine

I dare you to let me be your, your one and only
Promise I'm worthy to hold in your arms
So come on and give me the chance
To prove that I'm the one who can
Walk that mile until the end starts

If I've been on your mind
You hang on every word I say
Lose yourself in time at the mention of my name
Will I ever know how it feels to hold you close?
And have you tell me whichever road I choose you'll go

I don't know why I'm scared 'cause I've been here before
Every feeling, every word, I've imagined it all,
You'll never know if you never try
To forgive your past and simply be mine

I dare you to let me be your, your one and only
I promise I'm worthy to hold in your arms
So come on and give me the chance
To prove that I'm the one who can
Walk that mile until the end starts

I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart
I Know it ain't easy, giving up your heart

(Nobody's perfect, trust me I've learned it)
I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart
(Nobody's perfect, trust me I've learned it)
I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart
(Nobody's perfect, trust me I've learned it)
I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart
(Nobody's perfect, trust me I've learned it)
I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart

So I dare you to let me be your, your one and only
I promise I'm worthy to hold in your arms
So come on and give me a chance
To prove that I'm the one who can
Walk that mile until the end starts
Come on and give me a chance
To prove that I'm the one who can
Walk that mile until the end starts.


Naked bear hunt? Meh, I could get scratched by low hanging branches or something.

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Good luck man!
I'm so...I don't know how I feel. Things had been going so poorly of late, but show some signs of improvement. I can only pray my fortunes continue to rise.

You can do it!!!

Silver Crusade

Drejk wrote:

Delicacies for a noble's table: honey-braised bear paws (I knew that bear paws were delicacy but I didn't know they were served honey-braised), smoked bear tongue and bear bacon.

Ok, anyone of you Americans with longarms... Are bears protected species in USA? Can someone hunt one and make some bear bacon and test-share with us?

There are certain types of bears and regions where bears may be protected, but by-and-large you can hunt black bears with a permit in the appropriate season. Unlike brown bears and polar bears which tend to get pushed out by human activity, American black bears thrive on the fringes of civilization much like raccoons and deer, and are abundant in number as a result. The species has a conservation status of "least concern".

Edit: The Wikipedia article even has a section on meat.

Scarab Sages

One of my co-workers gave his two-weeks today. He got an offer from a chemical company to do pressure vessel work for them. They saw his profile on that Linked In website.

I may have to create a profile there, just to see what comes up.


Drejk wrote:

Delicacies for a noble's table: honey-braised bear paws (I knew that bear paws were delicacy but I didn't know they were served honey-braised), smoked bear tongue and bear bacon.

Ok, anyone of you Americans with longarms... Are bears protected species in USA? Can someone hunt one and make some bear bacon and test-share with us?

Ninjaed by CH.

Scarab Sages

Celestial Healer wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Delicacies for a noble's table: honey-braised bear paws (I knew that bear paws were delicacy but I didn't know they were served honey-braised), smoked bear tongue and bear bacon.

Ok, anyone of you Americans with longarms... Are bears protected species in USA? Can someone hunt one and make some bear bacon and test-share with us?

There are certain types of bears and regions where bears may be protected, but by-and-large you can hunt black bears with a permit in the appropriate season. Unlike brown bears and polar bears which tend to get pushed out by human activity, American black bears thrive on the fringes of civilization much like raccoons and deer, and are abundant in number as a result. The species has a conservation status of "least concern".

Edit: The Wikipedia article even has a section on meat.

I think grizzlies, kodiaks and polar bears are protected, but that you can shoot one if it's threatening your life. A dude I work with has a buddy who was in such a situation. A kodiak charged him and he had to kill it. I saw after the fact pictures - damn thing was f~$%ing huge. Paws bigger than a man's head.

Scarab Sages

Dammit! Now I'm hungry for bear bacon!!!

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Drejk wrote:

Delicacies for a noble's table: honey-braised bear paws (I knew that bear paws were delicacy but I didn't know they were served honey-braised), smoked bear tongue and bear bacon.

Ok, anyone of you Americans with longarms... Are bears protected species in USA? Can someone hunt one and make some bear bacon and test-share with us?

I've shot one bear, I don't recommend eating them. I found the meat to be gristly and the taste to be very gamey. And since I can't see eating one except under the most dire of circumstances, I see no reason to ever shoot one again.

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Ironically I like venison, but never was able to bring myself to shoot a deer. Just to damn pretty to me, and I can be a softy on occasion.


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They had to hire a hunter to thin the deer near my mom's house. Many had starved the previous winter and they didn't want to go through that again.

The guy shot a couple hundred. The carcasses were donated to shelters and pantries and the butchers kicked in their services for free.

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Treppa wrote:

They had to hire a hunter to thin the deer near my mom's house. Many had starved the previous winter and they didn't want to go through that again.

The guy shot a couple hundred. The carcasses were donated to shelters and pantries and the butchers kicked in their services for free.

Very cool thing to do. I have no issue with folks who do hunt them, especially in a case like you gave, and I love the fact that they used the occasion to do two good things. :)


The only game I ever ate was sausage made of boar meat sold in higher-class supermarket and roasted pheasant brought by my parents from UK when my father worked as pheasant herd caretaker.


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Moorluck wrote:
Treppa wrote:

They had to hire a hunter to thin the deer near my mom's house. Many had starved the previous winter and they didn't want to go through that again.

The guy shot a couple hundred. The carcasses were donated to shelters and pantries and the butchers kicked in their services for free.

Very cool thing to do. I have no issue with folks who do hunt them, especially in a case like you gave, and I love the fact that they used the occasion to do two good things. :)

Yeah. I think people, in general, are better than the news stories would have us believe. This didn't make it on to the media's radar.

Liberty's Edge

Freehold DM wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
A buddy of mine once got a comically large jolt off of a can of spray-cheez at the grocery store. I could see the arc from 10 feet away.
Holy s%$#. How did THAT one happen?

My guess is a s@@+load of static built up on him, and picked that moment to discharge.

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Treppa wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Treppa wrote:

They had to hire a hunter to thin the deer near my mom's house. Many had starved the previous winter and they didn't want to go through that again.

The guy shot a couple hundred. The carcasses were donated to shelters and pantries and the butchers kicked in their services for free.

Very cool thing to do. I have no issue with folks who do hunt them, especially in a case like you gave, and I love the fact that they used the occasion to do two good things. :)
Yeah. I think people, in general, are better than the news stories would have us believe. This didn't make it on to the media's radar.

Very true.


To sum up electricity can jolt but I enjoy the feeling, so it is good. Secondly I need to get to a pool treadmills can hurt the knees.

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Tonight is a continuation of Lazy Dad Dinner, double decker PB&SP with Doritos and chocolate pudding. Beverage will black cherry soda.

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Hey Woody! Liking the new avi.

Shadow Lodge

Heyah Woody, long time no see =)


Moorluck wrote:
Hey Woody! Liking the new avi.

It closely resembles how I view myself. Gruff and hard ended with a killer beard. Han my beard, I will enjoy our time together before I must remove you.


Hey everybody. This to catch up with all the salutations.


Woody! Good to see you!

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For those that don't follow FB I pose this question...

If someone were to wear a red Starfleet shirt, and then don a Stormtrooper helmet, would they automatically fall over dead?


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Moorluck wrote:

For those that don't follow FB I pose this question...

If someone were to wear a red Starfleet shirt, and then don a Stormtrooper helmet, would they automatically fall over dead?

they would explode, I think

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Did you ever wonder why stormtroopers wore armor? I mean they died if they got hit with rocks! O.o

In my mind the Ewoks died. All of them. >:)

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Same line of thought.

How Badass was Capt. Picard that the dude put on a red shirt and dared anyone to try and take him out?

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Wolverine, any other answer makes you an idiot.

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