27 August 2008

 

How many?

X plenty
(If it wasn't for my Black Brothers, and I had 9 lives like a cat, the score would have been " not so plenty - 3"
Still in my favour but these are real killers.
I might also add that alcohol kills.
Sela




X 4

That is what is proven, I believe X 6 (fucking "kloof's" and thick forest)

Black or white, if you wait until you see the white off their eyes, you WILL die


X plenty

They like to hunt, back

Drink at your peril


X Many

Slow and fucking fast, your choice


X FUCKING 3

WTF?

So 3 (three times) is as many times I shot and killed the BIG FIVE.

A leopard can vanish as you are watching it

Elephants do not vanish, even if you smoke

If lions vanish they have turned around and are hunting you

I think Bane have said a bit about that, somewhere, he mentioned a minor creature like a rock rabbit or Mountain Lion or something obscure, that scared him, that might not be much

This was all before I stopped hunting professionally at the age of 28

IN RESPECT FOR MY WEAK LIVER I QUOTE WIKIPEDIA BELOW

{this also shows that keeskennis is a pussy}

I have gotten to0 close to puking whilst I have been defending myself to the fucking self rightious pricks that populate the "LEFT"

FROM WIKIPEDIA
The big five are among the most dangerous mammals:

The Lion (Panthera leo) is a large carnivorous feline of Africa and northwest India, having a short tawny coat, a tufted tail, and, in the male, a heavy mane around the neck and shoulders.
The African elephant is a very large herbivore having thick, almost hairless skin, a long, flexible, prehensile trunk, upper incisors forming long curved tusks of ivory, and large, fan-shaped ears. There are two distinct species of African elephant: African Forest Elephant (Loxodonta cyclotis) and the African Bush Elephant (Loxodonta africana).
The African Buffalo or Cape Buffalo (Syncerus caffer) is a large horned bovid. It is the most dangerous of the Big Five, reportedly causing the most hunter deaths.[citation needed]
The Leopard (Panthera pardus) is a large, carnivorous feline having either tawny fur with dark rosette-like markings or black fur. Leopards are the most difficult to acquire hunting licenses for and are often difficult to hunt due to their behavior and their nocturnal feeding habits. Leopard hunting usually overlaps several weeks of baiting.
The Rhinoceros is a large, thick-skinned, herbivore having one or two upright horns on the snout. In Africa, there are two distinct species of rhinoceros; the Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) and the White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). Both of these species have two upright horns on the snout.
The 1990 release of South African rand banknotes feature a different Big Five animal on each denomination.

Countries where the big five can all be found include South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania and Botswana. According to recent studies it is difficult to spot the Rhinoceros in Botswana.


Conservation status
If the white rather than black rhinoceros is chosen, the Big Five do not include any endangered species. However, the lion and African bush elephant are classified as vulnerable (the African forest elephant is not yet evaluated as of 2008); African buffalo are conservation dependent. The leopard and white rhinoceros are of less concern
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PLEASE GO AND WHINE ELSEWHERE

I have done more than any and I mean ANY non hunter to preserve wildlife.

Of the lesser buck and creatures, I have killed enough.

Or get yerselves out here to teach me a lesson

If I failed to disgust or ignore or belittle anybody, please let me know, and I will rectify that, pronto.

If you are tired of B-O and HRC and Fuckitt McC 08 go and read this.

mr. smith goes to washington




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