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Walking Eagle BS: Deer..... (52* d) RE: BS: Deer..... 07 Mar 04

I have more people rant and rave at me here where I live when they find out that I hunt. These city folk want to move to the country and then get pissed off when the 'country' moves into their back yards! But let us hunt? Oh no, can't do that. Things have gotten so bad that the State of PA started letting hunters take pregnant does two years ago.

I hate to hit an animal just as bad as the next person. But here's what you do when you see that a deer is NOT going to make it to the other side when it has just jumped in front of you. DO NOT SWERVE! You can brake some but keep going straight. The deer is less likely to come through your windshield. It may go down underneath though. If that happpens, SLOWLY drive to where you can pull off the road and turn off your engine. Then either call for, or flag down help. Don't try to dislodge it yourselves as it may still be alive. Call the police and tell them of your situation and let them kill it when they come. If it rolls over top chances are that it will gain its' feet and will make for the nearest dark spot for safety. The scene changes if you have some idiot riding your tail. If the deer rolls underneath, DON'T BRAKE! Slow down by letting your foot off the gas. All the while praying that the idiot doesn't get mad at you and decides to play car tag. If the deer rolls over top, well then it is his big fat problem. If the deer doesn't gain its' feet call the police and try to warn others of the hazard until they get there. There! Can you remember all of that in the 5-10 seconds that this takes to happen?

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