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    Day Off The Bike

    Took A Day Off The Flux To Look For Food. 5 Min. From My Favorite Trail ..... And Bam! I Was Back On The Bike The Next Day. A Short Hunting Season = A Long Riding Season.
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    Best first post ever.

    NOT!

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    What a Flux !

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    mooooooooooommmmmmmmmmyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!! we miss you.

    love, bambi.

    pretty sick, tg. and sick as in "holy shyt thats sick!", not sick as in "holy shyt dude, that was sick!" but then again im not a hunter so what do i know? time to impress us with post # 2. maybe a red couch shot would do it. hehe. dont take too much offence by the string of hate posts that are likely to follow.
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    CC, that would be a male, so

    daaaaaaaaaaaaaddddddddddddddddyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyy!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!! we miss you.

    love, bambi

    would be more appropriate.


    Though I'm not for hunting, I find it hard to take the high moral ground since I do eat meat (ie "animals were, in fact, harmed in the making of this meal").


    Still, that's one of the weirdest first posts I have ever witnessed.

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    I used to hunt and have no issue as long as it gets eaten but..... that elk really should be posed on a red couch. I know it's your first post but even 5 minutes browsing the forum and you should have gleaned that much.
    I got some bad ideas in my head.

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    Did you bleed him there or was it that mess of a kill?

    if you want to invite me to hunt with you let me know

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    screw them. EXCELLENT first post. Troll or not.

    Whats funny is that the bunch of panty waists on here that will try to tell you how you should live your life over the internet, would be scared out of their wits to try and walk up to your face and tell you how to live.

    Good bull, by the way. Congrats.
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    Nice! When's dinner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FoulMouthFool
    screw them. EXCELLENT first post. Troll or not.

    Whats funny is that the bunch of panty waists on here that will try to tell you how you should live your life over the internet, would be scared out of their wits to try and walk up to your face and tell you how to live.

    Good bull, by the way. Congrats.
    Whatever FullMouthedFill; Aparently you were reading something else, I just scrolled through the other posts and didn't see where anyone knocked the guys lifestyle. The fact is, people check out these forums for biking related info not to see dead animals that are still leaking.
    Oh, and for the record, I live in AK and have absolutly no problem with hunting.
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    get over it people!

    that's some good chow lying there! YUM!

    nice first post!!!
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    Wow, TG.....that's a serious f'ing Elk you got!!! You should be proud of that one....curious on the weight? 800 lbs.?? Like you said, time to get back on the bike now.

    That's gonna give you so many steaks, jerky, roasts, etc.....you're gonna be eating elk for a while. I'm not much of a hunter any more, but that's a beautiful animal you got there.

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    I shot a squirrel with a thirty aught six once, oh boy...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoulMouthFool
    Whats funny is that the bunch of panty waists on here that will try to tell you how you should live your life over the internet, would be scared out of their wits to try and walk up to your face and tell you how to live.
    Let's meet sometime.

    I can't wait to "walk up to your face" and tell you to switch to decaf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by <sL4yEr>RuLz
    I shot a squirrel with a 30-06 once, oh boy...
    was there anything left? i took out some birds when sighting mine in one day, and no there was nothing left

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    I'm a carnivore. I've got no problem with killing things for eating. But posting pictures to make yourself feel big? That's just pathetic. Kill one of them with a knife and I'll be impressed. But hey, now you've satisfied your bloodlust you can ride your bike, so that's ok.

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    Oh yeah, instant squirrel stew plastered up against a log. I made that mother-effen squirrel's day!
    ...but I really don't like talking about it.

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    was there anything left? i took out some birds when sighting mine in one day, and no there was nothing left
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    eating healthy

    The Meat From This Bullis Like Rocket Fuel For My Family And I.the Trails In Western Colorado Are Steep And For A 44 Year Old Rider/ Racer I Need All The Help I Can Get. P.s My Wife And I Have Been Riding Turner Bikes For 10 Years. Riding Is My Passion , Hunting Is How We Eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkullCrack
    Good shooting!
    DAMN!...that's messed up
    but funny!!

    This country is overflowing w/ P.C. pus...er, people, so yer bound to catch alot of flak for that pic.
    I choose not to hunt myself, but have friends that do. I'm not going to knock it.
    I like to eat meat, and am spoiled with the fact that I don't have to kill and clean it myself....
    ...every day sends future to past...

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    Nice bar-ends

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    tg, just so were clear (gawd knows ive had my problems with that lately) im glad yer here. anyone whos been on a turner as long as you have deserves to be here. i dont hunt but i love a good steak, in fact i demand it. and yes, ive eaten game meat and enjoyed it. i respect those who hunt for survival but dont understand those who hunt for sport. thats my issue i suppose, not theirs.

    sounds like maybe im more alone on this next point than i thought. anyone surprised? i just didnt think the pic was very appropriate due to its quite graphic content in a place like this. those who dissagree are free to do so. personally, id be way more interested in yer bike stories and to hear more about yer fleet. i happen to own the 1st '06 burner made and its still rideable to this day. whats yer story? again, welcome to the big show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cactuscorn
    i happen to own the 1st '06 burner made and its still rideable to this day.
    Uh, would that also be the ONLY '06 Burner made?

    (sorry, couldn't resist) See what happens when ya hit yer middle 40's? All the years kinda blur together...

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    As an Alaskan, I prefer to go seal clubbing on my days off the bike.



    Mmmmmm.... fresh meat.
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    I'm actually enjoying this thread and appreciate the radical change from the norm around here. bonus points for the sweet clown crap 180 with red but definately not a couch content!


    Quote Originally Posted by tg
    Took A Day Off The Flux To Look For Food. 5 Min. From My Favorite Trail

    I'm thinking you were looking even before you took the day off from the flux.


    hey CC, you're one of those crazy 44 year olds now too .






    p.s. i'm a big chicken and would probably die of starvation before i could kill something edible...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    As an Alaskan, I prefer to go seal clubbing on my days off the bike.



    Mmmmmm.... fresh meat.
    She is hardly "fresh!"

    "...I went to the club last night and blew a seal..."
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    sheet! ya caught me again! make that a '96.
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    yeah, we somehow avoided most of the nasty on this one so far.

    yes i am. old as the hills we ride on my elderly pal.

    ps: did ya get my cc to marzocchi? hope it helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    Mmmmmm.... fresh meat.
    Fur seals are much smaller and cuter... Way more fun to club. btw... Who's the skank with the cute seal?

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    Rasta dont kill

    Rastafari dont kill no life. Rastaman makes love not war. Ya man.

    Jah, Rastafari!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    As an Alaskan, I prefer to go seal clubbing on my days off the bike.



    Mmmmmm.... fresh meat.
    Q: What do sea lions and tupperware have in common?

    A: they both like a tight seal.


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    not a good post

    I'm sure it had a family to.

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    If you just shot this elk yesterday which was November 2 why does your picture say it was done October 16? Is that because the initials tg stand for trollgaper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    What's with the pic of Aqua and the seal?

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    hmm... i wonder.... could it be........... naaaaaaaaaaaaaa! gonzo's more clever.
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    a warm welcome to all the people who've never posted in this forum before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck
    a warm welcome to all the people who've never posted in this forum before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Chan
    If you just shot this elk yesterday which was November 2 why does your picture say it was done October 16? Is that because the initials tg stand for trollgaper?

    I think it really says a lot that this was thread you choose to bust out your new interneting skills GSA48PBTC .

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    and a whole 23 hours without a "what? im not gonzo!" retort. gotta respect that.
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    Hey cc,
    Just to be clear, I'm not gonzo either.

    I think we should all make such a declaration, y'know, to avoid confusion.
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    not a bad idea. gimme a sec.
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    Yeh, so I'm Vegan............................................. ...............

    Nice post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOEHEAD
    Yeh, so I'm Vegan............................................. ...............

    Nice post.

    So you would be good eatin'?

    What is the problem here?

    Do you people need education as to the benefits and actual necessity of hunting for the ecosystem?

    Freaken relax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOEHEAD
    Yeh, so I'm Vegan............................................. ...............

    My deepest sympathies.

    I do love to ride with you guys though. There's a whole lot more beef jerky to go around in the middle of those big rides when us omnivores are craving salty flesh products (beef jerky to you "it can't have a mother" freaks).

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    Don't apoligze to me, apoligize to your body and what you put in it. I beat those veggie's that your riddin' with are running circles around ya!

    No harm. The would be ALOT more places to ride if we consumed less meat. But, America is America.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete

    My deepest sympathies.

    I do love to ride with you guys though. There's a whole lot more beef jerky to go around in the middle of those big rides when us omnivores are craving salty flesh products (beef jerky to you "it can't have a mother" freaks).

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