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re: Anyone ever found value in bringing binoculars tuekey hunting? - wiltznucs
They have their place. When hunting Nebraska and South Dakota they proved very valuable. Spotting birds in the Sandhills isn't tough. Making a winding 1-2 mile trek only to determine there's no gobblers among them is rough. That's when the binocs really pay off....
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re: True soulless sociopaths - wiltznucs
[quote]Sociopaths are mostly men[/quote] This is hotly debated. Men are 3 times more likely to be diagnosed as sociopaths. Certainly the most notable sociopaths are typically males i.e. serial killers. There's also an argument that women sociopaths often go undiagnosed because irrational beh...
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re: Turkey season done - post your results - wiltznucs
Good Spurs on that one!...
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re: Turkey season done - post your results - wiltznucs
First season since 2007 that I didn't get a bird. No private land access this year and didn't draw any public land permits. So FL was a bust from the start. Didn't even get a hunt in here. Did get a few days in while visiting a friend in GA. He may have overestimated how many turkeys they had...
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re: True soulless sociopaths - wiltznucs
There was a book published a few years back called "The Sociopath Next Door", I believe the author said that 1 in 25 people was an undiagnosed sociopath. It's an interesting read or listen on an audiobook. ...
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re: Which would you buy: highlander, pathfinder, santa fe or acadia - wiltznucs
Just paid off my 11' Highlander. 125,000 miles and outside of gas, tires, filters and synthetic oil I've not put a single dollar into it. Runs as good today as it did the day I bought it....
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re: Turkey Hunting with Modified choke? - wiltznucs
Limit yourself to 30-35 yard shots and go to a smaller shot like #6 or even #7 if using hevi-shot or the like. This will increase the density of the pattern quite a bit. My last 15-20 birds have been killed with a 20 gauge. I know plenty of hunters using 28's. It's all about getting the right ...
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re: Educate me on turkey blind hunting - wiltznucs
Blinds work but are better if placed weeks beforehand so that the birds become used to them. Field birds are tough. Best bet is to find where they roost and where they typically enter the field. Put yourself somewhere in between....
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re: 3/26 itw turkey edition - wiltznucs
Congrats... Gonna be a tough year for me. Struck out on public land permits and no lease in Florida. May try some walk in public land sections and get a hunt in while in GA next week. Unless I get lucky this may be the first year in a while that I don't get a bird....
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re: Best rifle/scope for Colorado Elk hunt. - wiltznucs
The 300 is plenty of gun. I'd simply hunt with it. When I hunted elk in New Mexico many years ago most of the guides actually carried lightweight short actions in 308 or 7mm-08. With all the hiking they were looking for the lightest rifle possible....
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re: Work overtime question - wiltznucs
Nah, just a dude with 100+ employees at a Fortune 500 company that ended up getting unionized and who spent more time in HR than any rational person would want....
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re: Work overtime question - wiltznucs
The status is typically at the discretion of the employer and not the employee. Moreover, it would be nearly impossible to quantify the amount of hours eligible for OT in the past 5 years. To echo the thoughts of others, it would be best to keep your mouth shut and move on. Assuming base pay rate...
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re: Work overtime question - wiltznucs
He agreed to Exempt Status, game over..:...
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re: Work overtime question - wiltznucs
No. In Exempt Status he wasn't eligible for OT. He should count his blessings that they made the change....
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re: Serious question about what my dog just may have eaten - wiltznucs
Keep rotating the dog clockwise to keep the concrete from setting. When you are ready simply point his arse downwards and rotate counterclockwise and it will pour right out....
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re: Nixon adviser admits who the "War on Drugs" was really meant for - wiltznucs
I met Erlichman a few times before his death when he was a patient a hospital I worked at. He was a bitter and angry man but razor sharp and witty as hell. I'll never forget walking into his room for the first time and introducing myself only to have him reply "do you know who I am?" I simply...
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re: Shed hunting - wiltznucs
I always had my best luck finding them near feeders/food plots. Also be sure to walk any ditches or fencelines that deer travel....
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re: 2016 Bird #1 on the books....or tape i guess - wiltznucs
Great hunt, congrats!...
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re: Chicago area brewers - wiltznucs
3 Floyd's, Great Lakes and Pipeworks will be on the shelf. Half Acre Daisy Cutter is a solid IPA and worth getting. I'll add Off Color to the mix. Dino S'mores is fricking excellent and some of their Saisons are very good too. Goose Clybourn will fill growlers but much of the stuff on tap is pre...
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