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  • Pioneer
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    TLM - That was the funniest story I ever read! Don't know if it's true or not either, but Funny enough that my laughing woke the dog!:D

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  • subman
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    That is one of the funniest stories i have ever heard!!!

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  • Oscar Wilde
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    Talk about a KODAK moment......thats hilarious.....the situation, not your injuries......thanks for sharing.
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    Last edited by Oscar Wilde; 04-09-2009, 12:13 AM.

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  • shadowwalker
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    When I was 15 we were rounding up cattle in southern Colorado to get them off the Forest service grazing lands for the summer. Me and my bother found a three point buck in some willows. I told my brother I'd rope the head if he got the heels. I got mine he didn't get his. When that deer got to the end of the rope and came back up to the horse and me. I spun the horse and he went on buy and quick as a wink. He ran that rope around the horse and me, over my legs pinning me on the horse. As he made the last turn around the horse at the front. The rope was so short he twisted into the horse and got two horn points into it. Not real bad, but bad enough. The horse started bucking and with the deer roped in that tight we all went down. We landed on the deer and pinned it. With the horse just able to raise it's head and sort of flop it's body I got out my buck knife and started cutting lariat. I got three cuts in and the horse rolled over onto me and off the deer.
    The deer got up,I was left on the ground, the horse got on his feet, my little brother was off to get my dad. By now our two dingo cross dogs were there and on the deer, so he left with a piece of the rope about four feet long around the base of his horns.
    Long story short here. I paid my dad $1200.00 for the horse,$95.00 for the Vet bill,$18.00 for the lariat. Took three years of working to do it. The horse lived and was a good pet and friend for years. This was in 1972

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  • nicnap
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    That was great!

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  • prkchp76
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    thaks for the laugh i always wanted to jump on one back out of a tree and break its neck

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  • Cowboyup65
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    Around where I live here in NC several people have told me they know people who raise deer then turn them loose.
    My friend that lives about 20 minutes away said when he went out hunting his neighbor told him about a tame buck that was hand raised, you would know it by tennis balls on his rack, lol.
    Funny part was opening morning that was all my friend saw was a buck with tennis balls on his antlers!!

    That story TLM post was a riot to read, I too could just imagine it all like he said in the typical farmer telling a tale fashion too.

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  • Lil Bear
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    Still LMFAO!! Great story!

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  • TLman
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    The image of a deer biting someone and shaking its head has kept me laughing all day long. nice find lol :D

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  • cudalyon
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    Originally posted by lazer128 View Post
    I guess you got to tame 'em like we do. Here's our latest friend in the house eating kleenex and watching the Sunday afternoon race. Don't ask why I rotated the camera. Duh!

    She has since left...I believe a wolf got her. We saw one in the yard a day or so before she disappeared. My wife battled cancer this past year and this was her porch buddy. She didn't come in much. We had a hard time keeping her from going up the steps to the kids bedrooms. She would get in the car with you if you left the door open. I've had her get under my Superduty with me while I was changing the oil. By the way she adopted us first. There were two of them at first. Search on DEER GONE TAME for other vids. We miss her but her aunt tastes real good!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfGuxuJzRpc

    Awesome videos. That is too cool!

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  • lazer128
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    I guess you got to tame 'em like we do. Here's our latest friend in the house eating kleenex and watching the Sunday afternoon race. Don't ask why I rotated the camera. Duh!

    She has since left...I believe a wolf got her. We saw one in the yard a day or so before she disappeared. My wife battled cancer this past year and this was her porch buddy. She didn't come in much. We had a hard time keeping her from going up the steps to the kids bedrooms. She would get in the car with you if you left the door open. I've had her get under my Superduty with me while I was changing the oil. By the way she adopted us first. There were two of them at first. Search on DEER GONE TAME for other vids. We miss her but her aunt tastes real good!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfGuxuJzRpc

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  • ridgid1
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    omg! hope you get well soon!

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  • Big_Saw
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    Lmfao!!!....+1 Fof....

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  • flight or fight
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    LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!! I can just imagine that whole scenario playing out in my head.

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  • cudalyon
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    Awesome....true or not, it is awesome!

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