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Discussion in 'Taxidermy Forum' started by Dr Duk, May 11, 2020.
LOL have you been to my crib?
Huh? Can you clarify this please?
The “Tiny House” movement was started by... millennials. I’d hazard to guess that I know more millennials than you, since I am a Millennial and all, and in general we are far less materialistic than our older counterparts. Some of that is out of necessity, being that wages are lower now than they were 50 years ago, and some of it is out of a shifting cultural paradigm. Millennials (again- generally speaking) are far less interested in acquiring “stuff.”
I drink a lot. I need my memories triggered. My mounts help with that.
Six right now but if want a few more if I can harvest the right bird. After I'm dead and gone they can do what they want, I got the mounts for me to remember an enjoyable event. Other people's opinion about how I spend my money really don't mean much.
Talk about expensive clutter your kids will throw away
40 something- it changes constantly, I get tired of some and toss em; then I mount new ones.
Its absolutely, positively, an art.
Zero. I don't need anything looking back at me and I hate dusting.
This is the last one I’ve had stuffed. If I get his blue cousin, he’ll be going on the wall too.
Only a speck and and a deer.
In my younger days I was mount happy . None of it lasted. Depends on the bird ,I wouldn't rule out another waterfowl mount . 1 deer is enough. Got buddies that have every decent buck they ever shot mounted . Just ain't for me.