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This is a reference to the thread started by Buckhuntr on 9/15 about the hunting show produced by Buckmasters. Buckhntr remarked on the content of the show as just being 3 'killings'.

Then, I read the responding posts (well, most of 'em).

Does 'Hunting Porn' work in this context?


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PS....oh, by the way, Javelina, I saw your comment in one of the above posts where you describe using treestands as "waiting, not hunting"......Now, THAT is an insight that has eluded me for 35 years. A deadsolidperfect observation. Luv'd it. Honest.
 

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actually fairfax1 my intent was just to get peoples feelings on what they think about these shows, and what the shows would be like if they actually hunted in the conditions that most hunters experience. public lands, no guides, basically fair chase. it was not me ,who remarked on the killings. but the thread took a turn and people skewed the subject into other directions. but thats ok, because in the end wer'e all hunters and entitled to our own opinions. good luck and good hunting.:cool:
 

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I made the comments on the "Three Killings."

Hunting Porn... no idea where you are taking that thread, but I don't think it is an accurate assimilation.

Porn is bad, hunting is good. Killing is necessary. Killing unecessarily is bad. Killing to kill to say you killed, to me, is typical of a hunter that has not yet truly realized an appreciation of all aspects of hunting that can make each hunt an enjoyable and successful experience regardless of a kill or not.

My 2 pennies,

Siefrj
 

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I agree, Siefrj.

Opinion: Hey, wanna see a bright, intelligent, cutting edge show? Check out these two:

Real Tree's Road Trips with Michael Waddel
Ted Nugent's Spirit of the Wild

Both of these shows are very well done and created with exciting images and graphics that will interest the young and old alike. That's what is needed in these days of imagery bombardment and video games. Gotta be exciting if ya want kids to watch. I think these two shows do an excellent job of that. Keep it up, Bill & Ted! Salute!
 
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