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  1. howard s.

    howard s. Elite Refuge Member

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    Didn't kill the wife when she throw out some of my hunting magazines.
     
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  2. widgeon

    widgeon Elite Refuge Member

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    I was in line at the grocery store and I noticed the lady in front of me had her dress stuck between her buttocks. Her hands were full of groceries so I pulled it out for her.
    She acted all mad about it so when she quit yelling and turned back around I stick it back in.

    Turns out some people just don't appreciate good deeds.
     
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  3. There.is.no.ST

    There.is.no.ST Senior Refuge Member

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    So, here's a different take on the subject - good deeds from which you've benefited.

    One from my storybook: a guy on another hunting forum, whom I've still never met in person, paid the balance off of a guided duck hunting trip for my son and me (found the guide through this site, as a matter of fact). Had no idea he even knew where we were going, until I met the guide to settle up and found out things were already taken care of.


    A year or so later, he invited my son and I out to his property for a youth waterfowl hunt. Still didn't meet the gentleman, but hunted with another forum member that I already knew.

    Only thing the guy asked was to pass it forward. Now that I live on my own acreage, I intend to do so.
     
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  4. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Good deeds:
    NEVER be nice to a duck hunter he will ...lie to you about pretty much everything. Starts with "you're too close we have a digital laser range-finder
    on you. Says 168 yards YOURE TOO CLOSE!".
    So you drive over to see the device and it doesn't exist. Generally they get really upset when you hide your boat and creep up in the dark after an encounter where they lied to you. If you're sneaky you can listen to them talk chit about you then cough..."I'm right here".:l then the dog barks..
    Never ever ever try to be nice to a duck hunter. Betty's Law.
    ;)
     
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  5. rhpierce

    rhpierce Elite Refuge Member

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    That's awesome. I always wanted to have a place that I could open up to have parents and kids be able to come and shoot on private ground. Haven't made enough to be able to buy ground and do it yet, but it's a goal.
     
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  6. Lip Shooter

    Lip Shooter Elite Refuge Member

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    Took out the neighbor and his kids on the pontoon for a afternoon of tubing.

    Going over now to see if the new neighbor building a house needs my skidsteer for anything.
     
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  7. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    It contradicts earlier bs but what the heck why not? This stuff is still in me and not you nor anyone else can remove it by force. Not a chance.
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    I'll always be an eagle
     
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  8. bill cooksey

    bill cooksey Elite Refuge Member

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    Considering the price of gas, and rate of consumption while tubing, that's a heck of a good deed.
     
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  9. Lip Shooter

    Lip Shooter Elite Refuge Member

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    The Dairy Queen after we were done was almost as much as the gas. :l
     
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  10. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Oh man that subject is taboo but since we started it...
    My wife comes from a big family that's food competitive. Her brothers can eat.
    My poor wife was the baby...runt and was deprived of her DQ so I am now her. I decide "I think I'd like DQ". Buy two quarts one chocolate one vanilla and poof it's gone. I had one scoop.
    I hate forking dairy queen. It's good with honey and berries I heard. ;)
     

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