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Old 05-08-2008, 04:32 PM   #651
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Old 05-08-2008, 04:37 PM   #652
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Old 05-08-2008, 04:39 PM   #653
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that first thing looks pretty tasty
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Old 05-08-2008, 04:59 PM   #654
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tbh your posts have kinda lost their originality. lately its just screenshots of you with decent stacks, bad beats and pics of fish.

you need a new hobby to become the best at in an inordinately small amount of time then come to the forum and brag about that. otherwise people will lose interest and they already are.
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Old 05-08-2008, 06:30 PM   #655
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tbh your posts have kinda lost their originality. lately its just screenshots of you with decent stacks, bad beats and pics of fish.

you need a new hobby to become the best at in an inordinately small amount of time then come to the forum and brag about that. otherwise people will lose interest and they already are.

I agree with you 90%. You are right in the respect that yes, it kinda gets old when I keep winning and people still doubt, despite the SS's of my ptracker that was updated at one point daily. Instead of my bb/100 I started posting my fish, screenshots of tables and bad beats.

However, the thread is extremely original and so are each of the dishes I make. And, I think people just shut it because the ones who were talking aren't very good, realized my Hand histories don't lie neither do my screen shots... and realized they could never be good and their doubt and ill will were both unfounded.



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Recipe:

First, make a fish sauce with the following ingredients:

1 cup Mayonnaise
1/3 cup soy sauce
2 TBS olive oil
2 TBS sherry
1 lime (juice)
1/2 TBS sesame oil
2 garlic cloves - chopped
Handful of fresh cilantro - chopped
Splash of Tapatio sauce or Tabasco to taste

Mix this all together and chill for 2 hours

Dip your (White Seabass) WSB in this sauce and then grill it on aluminum foil on top of your BBQ

You can use this for any white fish, but my favorite use of this sauce is for WSB and halibut.

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Old 05-08-2008, 08:13 PM   #656
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how about a graph of your current database?
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Old 05-13-2008, 05:28 PM   #657
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single tabled yesterday got 3.4k on 400PLOmaha table
had a good weekend. dboy, not sure how to do a graph if you could explain it to me? The only graphs I saw wwere on the new pokertracker beta 3
today surprisingly I'm still up after these beats by crappy players:

PokerStars Game #17407036359: Omaha Pot Limit ($2/$4) - 2008/05/13 - 16:56:13 (ET)
Table 'Pannekoek III' 6-max Seat #5 is the button
Seat 1: EEZerik ($309 in chips)
Seat 2: PokerJello ($219.45 in chips)
Seat 3: pkrjones ($275.50 in chips)
Seat 4: TheHungster ($99.60 in chips)
Seat 5: miafish ($401.40 in chips)
Seat 6: number007 ($1171.55 in chips)
number007: posts small blind $2
EEZerik: posts big blind $4
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to EEZerik [As 3h 4c 2d]
PokerJello: folds
pkrjones: calls $4
TheHungster: calls $4
miafish: folds
number007: folds
EEZerik: checks
*** FLOP *** [3s 3c 7h]
EEZerik: bets $13.30
pkrjones: calls $13.30
TheHungster: calls $13.30
*** TURN *** [3s 3c 7h] [8h]
EEZerik: checks
pkrjones: checks
TheHungster: bets $51.25
EEZerik: raises $153.75 to $205
pkrjones: folds
TheHungster: calls $31.05 and is all-in
Uncalled bet ($122.70) returned to EEZerik
*** RIVER *** [3s 3c 7h 8h] [9c]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
EEZerik: shows [As 3h 4c 2d] (three of a kind, Threes)
TheHungster: shows [6c 5h 9d 6s] (a straight, Five to Nine)
TheHungster collected $215.50 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $218.50 | Rake $3
Board [3s 3c 7h 8h 9c]
Seat 1: EEZerik (big blind) showed [As 3h 4c 2d] and lost with three of a kind, Threes
Seat 2: PokerJello folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 3: pkrjones folded on the Turn
Seat 4: TheHungster showed [6c 5h 9d 6s] and won ($215.50) with a straight, Five to Nine
Seat 5: miafish (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 6: number007 (small blind) folded before Flop


POKERSTARS GAME #17406150409: OMAHA POT LIMIT ($2/$4) - 2008/05/13 - 16:17:59 (ET)
Table 'Irmgard' 6-max Seat #1 is the button
Seat 1: DrGogo ($100.05 in chips)
Seat 2: sailfishermn ($632.60 in chips)
Seat 3: WiCane ($380 in chips)
Seat 4: kingoclubs ($372 in chips)
Seat 5: velimirovic ($906 in chips)
Seat 6: EEZerik ($320.70 in chips)
sailfishermn: posts small blind $2
WiCane: posts big blind $4
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to EEZerik [Ts 7d Jh Tc]
kingoclubs: folds
velimirovic: folds
velimirovic leaves the table
EEZerik: calls $4
DrGogo: folds
sailfishermn: calls $2
WiCane: checks
*** FLOP *** [8d Td 3c]
sailfishermn: checks
WiCane: bets $11.40
EEZerik: raises $34.20 to $45.60
sailfishermn: folds
WiCane: raises $102.60 to $148.20
EEZerik: raises $168.50 to $316.70 and is all-in
WiCane: calls $168.50
*** TURN *** [8d Td 3c] [5h]
*** RIVER *** [8d Td 3c 5h] [6d]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
WiCane: shows [Ac Jd 6s Ad] (a flush, Ace high)
EEZerik: mucks hand
WiCane collected $642.40 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $645.40 | Rake $3
Board [8d Td 3c 5h 6d]
Seat 1: DrGogo (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 2: sailfishermn (small blind) folded on the Flop
Seat 3: WiCane (big blind) showed [Ac Jd 6s Ad] and won ($642.40) with a flush, Ace high
Seat 4: kingoclubs folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 5: velimirovic folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 6: EEZerik mucked [Ts 7d Jh Tc]


oh and this last one is good too...

POKERSTARS GAME #17406231567: OMAHA POT LIMIT ($2/$4) - 2008/05/13 - 16:21:22 (ET)
Table 'Gordonia V' 6-max Seat #4 is the button
Seat 1: WiCane ($440 in chips)
Seat 2: PokerJello ($246 in chips)
Seat 3: pekrwood xl ($258.05 in chips)
Seat 4: Struller ($270.75 in chips)
Seat 5: Motofone ($232 in chips)
Seat 6: EEZerik ($880.40 in chips)
Motofone: posts small blind $2
EEZerik: posts big blind $4
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to EEZerik [Qh 8h 9c 9d]
WiCane: folds
PokerJello: folds
pekrwood xl: folds
Struller: folds
Motofone: raises $4 to $8
EEZerik: calls $4
*** FLOP *** [9h 5c Kd]
Motofone: bets $12
EEZerik: raises $24 to $36
Motofone: raises $24 to $60
EEZerik: raises $135.20 to $195.20
Motofone: raises $28.80 to $224 and is all-in
EEZerik: calls $28.80
*** TURN *** [9h 5c Kd] [Qs]
*** RIVER *** [9h 5c Kd Qs] [Jh]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Motofone: shows [As Ts Qd Ks] (a straight, Ten to Ace)
EEZerik: mucks hand
Motofone collected $461 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $464 | Rake $3
Board [9h 5c Kd Qs Jh]
Seat 1: WiCane folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 2: PokerJello folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 3: pekrwood xl folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 4: Struller (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 5: Motofone (small blind) showed [As Ts Qd Ks] and won ($461) with a straight, Ten to Ace
Seat 6: EEZerik (big blind) mucked [Qh 8h 9c 9d]
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Old 05-13-2008, 06:13 PM   #658
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Re: Normal BB/100?

Erik-

Your food looks great, your pics are cool, and I'd sadly like to believe you, graph one time? Why not?
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Old 05-13-2008, 07:19 PM   #659
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not sure how to do a graph if you could explain it to me? The only graphs I saw wwere on the new pokertracker beta 3
google poker grapher...its a free add-on-programm for pockertracker
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Old 05-13-2008, 08:02 PM   #660
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Sure, I see it on this site called overcards. I'm busy playing but i'll do it later. I also need to recover data from my old HP, it's not pressing.

Had a few more bad beats but sitting 800 800 and 1900 on 3 PLO


PokerStars Game #17410225105: Omaha Pot Limit ($2/$4) - 2008/05/13 - 19:22:49 (ET)
Table 'Atlantis' 6-max Seat #5 is the button
Seat 1: kapellbrucke ($649.60 in chips)
Seat 2: fsp-tomcat ($158.20 in chips)
Seat 3: Ludo123 ($440.40 in chips)
Seat 4: EEZerik ($867.85 in chips)
Seat 5: BOOMbaiya! ($257.65 in chips)
Seat 6: mmmyeah ($123.70 in chips)
mmmyeah: posts small blind $2
kapellbrucke: posts big blind $4
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to EEZerik [9d 8c 6d 9s]
fsp-tomcat: raises $8 to $12
Ludo123: folds
EEZerik: calls $12
BOOMbaiya!: calls $12
mmmyeah: calls $10
kapellbrucke: calls $8
*** FLOP *** [7d 5h Td]
mmmyeah: checks
kapellbrucke: checks
fsp-tomcat: bets $16
EEZerik: raises $89 to $105
BOOMbaiya!: calls $105
mmmyeah: folds
kapellbrucke: folds
fsp-tomcat: raises $41.20 to $146.20 and is all-in
EEZerik: calls $41.20
BOOMbaiya!: calls $41.20
*** TURN *** [7d 5h Td] [6s]
EEZerik: bets $495.60
BOOMbaiya!: calls $99.45 and is all-in
Uncalled bet ($396.15) returned to EEZerik
*** RIVER *** [7d 5h Td 6s] [5s]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
EEZerik: shows [9d 8c 6d 9s] (a straight, Six to Ten)
BOOMbaiya!: shows [5d Ts 7c 9c] (a full house, Fives full of Tens)
BOOMbaiya! collected $198.90 from side pot
fsp-tomcat: mucks hand
BOOMbaiya! collected $495.60 from main pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $697.50 Main pot $495.60. Side pot $198.90. | Rake $3
Board [7d 5h Td 6s 5s]
Seat 1: kapellbrucke (big blind) folded on the Flop
Seat 2: fsp-tomcat mucked [9h Th 8h 8d]
Seat 3: Ludo123 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 4: EEZerik showed [9d 8c 6d 9s] and lost with a straight, Six to Ten
Seat 5: BOOMbaiya! (button) showed [5d Ts 7c 9c] and won ($694.50) with a full house, Fives full of Tens
Seat 6: mmmyeah (small blind) folded on the Flop





When I pushed the turn he was 13% to win

Presentation not the best looking because I drowned it in a wine glaze. It's lamb leg... very easy to cook AND economical. Go to your nearest smart and final or costco also has good meat you can pick up for a price that won't hurt the budget ($20 feeds more than 4!) Or, if you are feeling like you got some $ go to www.lobels.com


Here's a grilling secret: marinade in olive oil (natural tenderizer)



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Old 05-13-2008, 09:27 PM   #661
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Beautiful river card was actually hoping he he quads...

Seat 1: EEZerik ($803.80 in chips)
Seat 3: broadstrom ($413.20 in chips)
Seat 4: sidbird ($810.50 in chips)
Seat 5: WiCane ($696 in chips)
Seat 6: pkrjones ($442.95 in chips)
sidbird: posts small blind $2
WiCane: posts big blind $4
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to EEZerik [4h Ac 3h Qc]
pkrjones: calls $4
EEZerik: raises $8 to $12
broadstrom: calls $12
sidbird: folds
WiCane: folds
pkrjones: calls $8
*** FLOP *** [Kc Tc Jc]
pkrjones: bets $20
EEZerik: calls $20
HAAKKOO joins the table at seat #2
broadstrom: folds
*** TURN *** [Kc Tc Jc] [3s]
pkrjones: checks
EEZerik: bets $40
pkrjones: calls $40
*** RIVER *** [Kc Tc Jc 3s] [Jh]
pkrjones: bets $20
EEZerik: raises $64 to $84
pkrjones: raises $64 to $148
EEZerik: raises $456 to $604
pkrjones: calls $222.95 and is all-in
Uncalled bet ($233.05) returned to EEZerik
*** SHOW DOWN ***
EEZerik: shows [4h Ac 3h Qc] (a Royal Flush)
pkrjones: mucks hand
EEZerik collected $901.90 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $903.90 | Rake $2
Board [Kc Tc Jc 3s Jh]
Seat 1: EEZerik showed [4h Ac 3h Qc] and won ($901.90) with a Royal Flush
Seat 3: broadstrom (button) folded on the Flop
Seat 4: sidbird (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 5: WiCane (big blind) folded before Flop
Seat 6: pkrjones mucked [9c 2c Kd Jd]


Not the best day but I'll take it.

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Old 05-23-2008, 03:45 PM   #662
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Hey eezy i would appreciate if you would ship 50 dollar to cco687 on FTP for your redic bull**** and myself wasting what seemed like hours reading this forum. Next time when you are spearfishing take a deepbreath while underwater for everyone's sake. You are superman
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Old 08-14-2008, 08:03 PM   #664
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Things have been super busy lately with poker taking a huge back seat. I'm working now with 5 different South African Manufacturers, 2 chinese manufacturers, and dive shops from California to Hawaii to Florida to soon to be Guam! Very exciting for me to take the products across the world. I have individual customers contacting from japan to Turkey to Israel and Italy this last week, so for poker i've been playing, but low limits, and only while I'm emailing or talking nevr really fully engaged, as I had to put a lot of my bankroll to buying new products and doing a bit of advertising work.

I also went bowhunting for the first time. I had a writeup was actually a lot more fun and challenging than I thought.

When I get through the busy summer season I will have more time to focus.

My parents aren’t hunters. My Grandparents aren’t hunters. Even my GREAT grandparents weren’t hunters. But somewhere along the line, maybe two-THOUSAND years ago, my ancestahs was hunters. That’s a FACT! Either that… or I was adopted.

My dad went to MIT - then Harvard, my Brother - Yale, and I … a lesser school. But how is it that I was raised in a normal 2 parent, 2 child household in sunny NORMAL suburbia…(Orange County) and I come out to be some medieval hunter gatherer? – heh. Here’s a hint - I’m not normal.

Maybe it was my fascination with Robin hood as a child, or my voracious capture of bees and ants and magnifying glasses. Or maybe I really wanted to use an arrow to cut some beautiful lady down from a noose/hanging for some horrific act – like stealing a cup of water.

Well time went on and I got into Spearfishing – which I’ve done for the past ten years. Frequenting local and foreign waters, holding my breath to chase, capture, and eat the tastiest fish, lobster, and scallops around the world.

But for some reason I was against hunting for my whole life. Was it because I did not grow up around hunters? Have Millions of years of evolution to hunt and gather and capture animals disappear in the last 200 years of farming and more recently the invention of grocery stores?

I grew up with pet rabbits and dogs. *****, I even cried when Old Dan died, not to mention when E.T. went home. So my compassion for animals (and aliens) was, and has always been there. But something was blocking my ability to hunt, to kill a furry, fuzzy animal. But nevertheless, I would continue to buy them at the grocery store, encouraging slaughter of farmed animals raised – abused, rather, in the poorest conditions. Fed their own crap, whipped, deformed through human cruelties and other malevolent deeds.

So I forced myself to do it. Last week, I got one target practice round under my belt and with that, I went out to put some backstraps on my kitchen table. It was a mental block I had to get over, besides, I felt it a double standard for anyone except HOMELESS vegetarians to be against hunting. (Yes, we encroached their natural habitat to pave our roads, place infrastructure…not to mention the home that you live in.

So I set a date with Big Horn Canyon Ranch and out Past Riverside I go. 8am I am there and see animals roaming about, a 2 hour drive from Santa Monica.
A quick brief from owner Chuck and I am off…I feel like I am in the wilderness. Tall brush, trees and bushes. Rams on the horizon and the sun coming up over the hilly barren mountains that go on for miles. I walk down the hill and immediately realize I am ill-prepared. My ankle twists in my trainers and already I feel sweat across my brow. Outside temperature: 80 degrees. I am overcome with anxiety, nervousness and excitement. Am I really doing this? I think how many times hogs in the chute of a slaughter house get to run away? Here it is a test. Here, I must be better than the game’s eyes, ear, nose.

As I come down I see 4 Bighorn Sheep atop a hillside 200 yards away, I slowly head that direction and as I creep closer they go up the hill, higher and higher with a 45 degree slant hillside and crumbling rocks, there is no real place for me to put my footing. I learn this the hardway as I try yet slide down 40 feet before falling into an 8 foot ditch feet first, sorely compressing my spine… cutting both my forearms and tearing my pants wide open. I think God has made a majestic creature and feel the playing field is very fair, especially with a bow.

I am foreign here.

As the morning moves on, it gets hotter, the animals – sparser…hiding under thick brush unseen. I wait. An hour goes by and nothing. Two hours I hear the crackling of twigs and see 3 big billy goats. In my excitement I nock an arrow and they hear this and are gone.

Here it is I realize where I was wrong: I always thought hunting was for fat old men but nothing could be further from the truth. This place was hot…this place was super hot….it was hilly, and every bit of my day as hard physically as freediving. In total I would venture to guess I walked 8 miles the whole day in 100 degree weather, running up hills, waiting, hurting, limping, sweating, bleeding.

Later as I was tracking a Ram down and up and down and up hills, never getting a good shot I saw it 75 yards away but behind brush I crept to a 45 yard upward shot , nocked an arrow and prayed. I aimed a bit high tearing through the Scapula muscle and the tracking began. A bit of tracking and I downed the animal with a double lung shot.

The afternoon was coming the sun was going down and there wasn’t much time
When I wanted, the owner (Chuck) and his son (Charlie) were extremely helpful and attentive.

Hunting is the most selective form of meat capture, and the healthiest. Out in nature. Mano a mano. The meat was the leanest of any lamb/sheep/ram I have ever seen. Healthy, nutritious protein.













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-8.23.

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Old 08-14-2008, 11:30 PM   #667
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Sweet merciful crap. Can someone please add a warning to this thread title. Something like "Thread does not deliver."

Also, going to a sheep ranch to hunt is like shooting fish in a barrel.
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Old 08-15-2008, 04:18 PM   #668
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Sweet merciful crap. Can someone please add a warning to this thread title. Something like "Thread does not deliver."

Also, going to a sheep ranch to hunt is like shooting fish in a barrel.
it's not a sheep ranch, it's over 1200 acres, some very hard terrain my first hunting experience, 100 degrees outside, obviously you never hunted


Relativity...

1200 acres is big. This wasn't a "sheep ranch" as you describe it. Lets consider what you think is "fair chase" (BTW that is the term for your arguement.) What about 2400 acres? What about 6000 acres? What about 12000 acres? Do you feel that one of these sizes would have been acceptable?

COME ON! The man shot his first animal in a semi controlled enviornment. He put together the whole process, stalk (difficult) Terrain (extremely difficult) shot (very difficult bowshot, uphill at 40yds even for an experienced hunter) blood trail (less difficult due to excellent shot).

That was a hard hunt, but that shouldn't matter. Whether it was hard or easy, whatever size the area hunted was, who cares? It was sporting, legal, and damn fun.

You don't eat meat do you? I mean if the cow that made your burger was just in a little bigger paddock, he might have escaped and that would have been alot more sporting.

Better yet, get a sign and get on a busy corner with some of those PETA freaks, get naked and hold a sign that says "I would rather wear nothing than fur!"

I know you can make a difference sparky.
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Old 08-15-2008, 07:46 PM   #669
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Old 08-15-2008, 07:56 PM   #670
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why is this thread so ****ing long? So has OP learned that he's not even gonna do 1BB/100 over a large sample yet?
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Old 08-15-2008, 08:38 PM   #671
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it's not a sheep ranch, it's over 1200 acres, some very hard terrain my first hunting experience, 100 degrees outside, obviously you never hunted


Relativity...

1200 acres is big. This wasn't a "sheep ranch" as you describe it. Lets consider what you think is "fair chase" (BTW that is the term for your arguement.) What about 2400 acres? What about 6000 acres? What about 12000 acres? Do you feel that one of these sizes would have been acceptable?

COME ON! The man shot his first animal in a semi controlled enviornment. He put together the whole process, stalk (difficult) Terrain (extremely difficult) shot (very difficult bowshot, uphill at 40yds even for an experienced hunter) blood trail (less difficult due to excellent shot).

That was a hard hunt, but that shouldn't matter. Whether it was hard or easy, whatever size the area hunted was, who cares? It was sporting, legal, and damn fun.

You don't eat meat do you? I mean if the cow that made your burger was just in a little bigger paddock, he might have escaped and that would have been alot more sporting.

Better yet, get a sign and get on a busy corner with some of those PETA freaks, get naked and hold a sign that says "I would rather wear nothing than fur!"

I know you can make a difference sparky.
With the word 'ranch' in its name I assumed it was a ranch. Now that I've visited the website I see that I was incorrect to call it a sheep ranch since they also have goats and boars. 1200 acres is about 2 square miles. That's not a terribly large amount of land to contain all of those animals. It seems like you've got a high chance of coming across what you're looking for. But it's not the size so much as the fact that it's a game ranch. I've just never been a fan of the 'canned' hunt. I'll grant that the terrain does look challenging.

You're soul reading skills are pretty far off. I've been hunting since I was very young. However, I live in Canada and there's plenty of publicly owned wilderness to hunt in. You might be out of luck in California.

Also, I grew up on a mixed cattle/grain farm so I've got plenty of experience working with livestock. I've even herded up escaped cattle but that's not really difficult. Escaped bison, on the other hand, are impossible.
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LIKE OMFG

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Right im confused. Why have i spent the last hour reading a some egoistic tw*ts blog about selectively running good. OP, why do you feel its necessary to brag to unknowns on the internet about your successes, are all your friends that bored already?
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Could you PLEASE answer once and for all, what is the reason you still haven't posted your lifetime graph?

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