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Old July 30, 2012, 11:38 AM   #16
PawPaw
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Location: Central Louisiana
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In the old days we hunted with a 55 gal drum of boiling water strapped on our backs.
Heh! Yeah, but it would slosh when I was going uphill. Both ways.

You guys are lucky if you can eat wild hog. On my shooting grounds there are so many pine trees that the meat tastes like turpentine. Really, we call them "piney woods rooters" and the only way to make them palatable is to live-catch them in a trap, feed them corn for 30 days, then kill and process like a domestic pig. Shoot 'em dead, drag them off.
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