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February 25, 2008

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Yobu

I'm happy to live in a country where most people don't have deadly weapons. Maybe it's that latent everpresent fear of death that makes the US so prolific culturally. BTW, the front cover link is broken.

jenny

Wow you live in a country with no deadly weapons? So no blunt or sharp objects? No knives? No bats? I guess no water either since you can drown someone. Amazing!

omordha

FYI people. Hunters (gun owners) buy licenses to hunt. Those license fees are what intitailly preserved a whole lot of the wetlands and wilderness area that exist and are protected today. Without the NRA and hunters, much more of those areas would have been lost before now.

chris

those are geese, not ducks . way easier to shoot because theyre bigger and slower.

chris

those are geese, not ducks . way easier to shoot because theyre bigger and slower.

mark

those are geese, not ducks . way easier to shoot because theyre bigger and slower.

Hear It Wow

Geese indeed. I've been looking at too many oil paintings in furniture stores. Interestingly, there's nothing on the album that's specific to shooting geese or ducks. Mostly it's the deer that we need to conserve.

Norm

This appeals to me because I love environmentalism AND owning guns.

Alison Randall

Check out my podcast of this album at http://mondodiablo.wordpress.com

And yeah, I have comments too, at the end of the program.

greg

@jenny:
At least running amok with a sharp object or water is not so easy...

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