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Re: “Grizzly bears take to Montana's plains

grizzly meat is delicious right next to the potatoes and corn on the cob.

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Posted by bwana10b on 07/05/2012 at 9:37 AM

Re: “Wolves

Oh Yes, I'm certain that FWP has no clue...they never have a clue. Have you ever met a FWP employee with a clue? I believe FWP hires the dregs of the labor pool.
FWP keep your nose out of politics and stop wasting our tax payer money and our hunter dollars. Get out there and arrest somebody who's papers seem out of order or who out of mercy shot a vehicle hit deer at the side of the road without a license & out of hunting season. That doesn't happen...guess again. One State law conflicting with another State law...tell me it ain't so.

4 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by bwana10b on 02/09/2012 at 9:57 AM

Re: “Hunting

let me ask you wolf lovers a question. Do you love them enough to adopt a few so they won't be shot or trapped? Let them live in your yard and you feed them out of your pocket. We hunters are tired of feeding them out of our pockets and we've paid for all the deer , elk, moose, sheep and goats that are in Montana. Yes, you read that right. Hunters have paid for all the wildlife management for decades. What have you paid for?

5 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by bwana10b on 11/21/2011 at 12:15 AM

Re: “Kalispell

having made a living in the construction industry for over 40 years....guys will be guys and sometimes we can be crude. Lots of jokes and commercials have been made about construction worker "girl hounds" and job sites usually have their share of course talk and girlie pictures. Guys send other guys emails and such.
While I'm not, and do not buy into this myself...I've seen it for 40 years.

Point being..Brent Hall has alway been a kind man and has stayed on with the lumber yard over many years thru many hard trials. Brent has done his best to keep his employees and pay them well despite economic hard times.Brent is well liked in the community and well respected.

There is NO WAY Ms. Dickson was subjected to sexual harrassment by Brent or any of the guys. She worked in the industry she chose to work in and did so for a long time. Shame on her for this complaint. It just shows that some industries are better off without women working in them at all.

As far as Ms. Dickson goes....good luck getting another job in this valley in the construction industry and if you do, lots of us won't be supporting the business that hires you on.

2 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by bwana10b on 05/14/2011 at 6:03 AM

Re: “Tester's howling error

all you wolf lovers who have already posted your wolf lovin comments on here neeed to be "managed" to protect the eco system. I propose we ask the Gov. to get a bill passed that curtails you voices in all media outlets.
We're sick of you folks....SHUT UP AND SIT DOWN.

Posted by bwana10b on 04/17/2011 at 9:24 AM

Re: “etc.

And where do you think the extra costs of shipment is going....right out of your pocket

Go ahead and complain about "Big Oil" and the price of gas at the pump... all the while protesting anything remotley associated with helping the companies find a cost effective way to produce oil in North American.

Reasonable thinking folks are sick of you protesters...set down and shut up.

Posted by bwana10b on 02/28/2011 at 10:57 AM

Re: “Bitterroot elk

Unprecidented action...this is where we find ourselves folks for allowing Federal intrusion into our State wildlife...WOLVES pure and simple.
You know what needs to be done to solve this issue...get about it like many of your fellow Montanans have resolved to do. The Gov is doing what he can and FWP have their orders.

maybe take your pet sheep for long walks in the woods and defend them as needed.

Posted by bwana10b on 02/27/2011 at 4:49 PM

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