AllenR wrote: »
cracker4112 wrote: »
I think maybe he wasn't looking at the chicks...
BuckDaddy wrote: »
After he spoke, he was standing in the back wearing a shooting range target on his chest ... IDK, I think he was just trying to impress the cute anti-chickies in the crowd, so he could get piece later, lol... :grin
binellishtr wrote: »
I got a txt said Bergeron voted not in favor of the Bear Hunt, is this correct? I Understand but don't agree on his Panther Position but the Bear thing if true has me miffed?
Glenn wrote: »
But the vote was for the hunting as far as what I'm hearing and seeing right?
N. Cook wrote: »
Well....there was a group of us who did "sit through" the whole session....and got up and spoke in the face of being outnumbered ten to one at least....I have been to these rodeos before...so signed up the day before and got in the second spot...which is well before the Commissioners get bleary eyed.....I hope you saw Bishop, Todd, Mike, John and the others make comments...... We won the day......The nuttiest person was a guy who got up and said he represented the traditional bow hunters...then went on to say that he opposed the bear hunt because there was no limit on permit sales and "if 3000 people bought permit and all hunted on opening day they might kill 3000 bears and wipe out the population before the FWC could react and stop the hunt".............Mind you this is "still hunting". The rules call for the week hunt to be stopped as soon as about 300 bears are killed. You have to check your bear the day of the kill. Those of us who have experience with bears do not expect the 300 to be killed in the entire week....The guy must be a "ringer" of some sort...