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Since: 26.6.02
From: New Jersey, USA

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#1 Posted on


Awwww, what a cute little thing!
BUT!
Bambi kills more people in the USA than any other animal.

Click Here to read the full article on CNN.




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Since: 11.7.02
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
Of course we can't kill Bambi because that's EVIL.
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Since: 8.1.02
From: Modesto, CA

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#3 Posted on
For some reason this reminds me of "Tounces The Driving Cat" from SNL. Something so sweet and cudly is there, suddenly its "LOOK OUT!!!" and people crash and plunge to their deaths in a twisted, fiery wreck. I guess I shouldn't be laughing though since people have apparently lost many a loved one that way.

You learn something new everyday.

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Since: 3.1.02
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#4 Posted on

    Originally posted by Bizzle Izzle
    Bambi kills more people in the USA than any other animal.


In fairness, the body count's a little higher on the deer side, as they don't fare too well in the collisions either. It's not as if deer are perched up in clock towers with sniper rifles, waiting for hapless humans to pass by.




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Since: 2.1.02
From: Worcester MA

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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.04
It took a helluva lot of effort to find this link in my old bookmark files :

Killer Deer


Of course, the site has been off-line for several years now (hence the "Internet Archive" shortcut) and the images don't work ... but you still get the idea.





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    Since: 26.6.02
    From: New Jersey, USA

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    #6 Posted on
    Deer are such a problem here in Jersey. I live in the suburbs now and my immediate area is a bunch of apartment/town house complexes on top of each other. There are deer on our freaking sidewalks! They are such a road hazzarad here. Occasionally you'll see one that got PASTED by a big semi on the highway. i'm talking red streaks for over a hundred feet and big blobs of ground chuck all over the road.

    Way back when I was in grade school, probably around 20 years a go, my sister and I were waiting for the school bus at the end of our driveway at our house in beautiful southern jersey. we lived in the sticks and deer were all over the place. anyway, we are watching the bus approaching from the right and then we hear "BAM!!!" from our left and a dragging sound and breaks squealing. We spin around and see some dude in a big car dragging a deer with it's head stuck in his radiator. so the bus pulls up and we cross the road and i see the blood leaking out of poor little bambi's head. apparently the guy felt horrible for doing that like right in front of us. i'm still trying to figure out if it had a lasting impression on me at that young age.




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    Since: 25.7.02
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    #7 Posted on

      Originally posted by Grimis
      Of course we can't kill Bambi because that's EVIL.


    No, it's not. I deer hunt all the time. I killed a 170 lbs. buck last monday. It's actually quite fun. And tasty too :)



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    Since: 2.1.02
    From: Darkenwood

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    #8 Posted on

      Originally posted by witeoutaddict

        Originally posted by Grimis
        Of course we can't kill Bambi because that's EVIL.


      No, it's not. I deer hunt all the time. I killed a 170 lbs. buck last monday. It's actually quite fun. And tasty too :)



    I've never killed a deer though I have hunted off-and-on for several years. If I was on death row and could have one final meal, it would be fried venison with mashed potatoes, white gravy and homemade biscuits. HOO HAW

    As to deer being dangerous, I can attest to that. Here in Oklahoma, it is a well-known fact that you can hit a cow and be (for the most part) okay, but if you hit a deer, you are TOAST. Something about their skeletal structure, I would surmise, makes them really tear up a car.



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    Since: 11.1.02
    From: Houston

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    #9 Posted on
    I mean, look what that deer does in the new Queens of the Stone Age video.

    We should fear the deer...



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    Since: 16.7.02

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    #10 Posted on
    Toonces was SNL's best recurring skit. I would watch the show again if they brought him back...and drove Jimmy Fallon off a cliff for real.



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    Since: 22.4.02
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    #11 Posted on

      Originally posted by Bullitt
      I mean, look what that deer does in the new Queens of the Stone Age video.

      We should fear the deer...



    Everyone should respect QOTSA. In fact, I might not whine about my school so much if instead of the moronic "bobcat-sticking-its-paw-out-of-a-circle" logo, it used the QOTSA logo. Then again, that probably wasn't an option.



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    Since: 25.7.02
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    #12 Posted on

      Originally posted by Parts Unknown

        Originally posted by witeoutaddict

          Originally posted by Grimis
          Of course we can't kill Bambi because that's EVIL.


        No, it's not. I deer hunt all the time. I killed a 170 lbs. buck last monday. It's actually quite fun. And tasty too :)



      I've never killed a deer though I have hunted off-and-on for several years. If I was on death row and could have one final meal, it would be fried venison with mashed potatoes, white gravy and homemade biscuits. HOO HAW

      As to deer being dangerous, I can attest to that. Here in Oklahoma, it is a well-known fact that you can hit a cow and be (for the most part) okay, but if you hit a deer, you are TOAST. Something about their skeletal structure, I would surmise, makes them really tear up a car.



    So, cows are jobbers in Oklahaoma?



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    Since: 3.1.02
    From: Northern NJ

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    #13 Posted on
    Most of the "long-legged rats" that live in my area don't even bother to move from the side of the road when you drive by they are so used to cars and people. They have broken through my fence and eaten all of my flowers and plant life in my backyard and I have had to pull 3 deer ticks off my kids in the past 3 months. It's no wonder I gave permission to a hunter to hunt the deer on my land.

    I hate deer.



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    Since: 3.10.02
    From: Right side of the tracks

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    #14 Posted on
    Deer is good. Deer tastes good. Kill all deer.
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