:lol: At least you were the one to say it.... No, the situations not funny at all.... the laughing smiley is because Pro is the one person we could probably bank on to bring up the "group" the accident happened to.proutdoors said:
I just love your compassion for a fellow sportsman who has died. :roll:proutdoors said:
Hey .54.....why not back off a little bit !!??? No need trying to put words in someone else's mouth and start a ruckus !!.54 said:I just love your compassion for a fellow sportsman who has died. :roll:proutdoors said:
OK we all know they must have been dumbasses because they choose to hunt with firearms instead of bows.
We all know how much better of a hunter and heck a human being you are than most of us other lowly people.
Actually PRO you really think your something else don't you?
We're cool, thanks for pointing out my insensitivity. 8).54 said:Look PRO I apologize for going after you like that.
It just struck a chord with me and I reacted poorly.
Bad judgment on my part.
I just have strong feelings about a man dying gutshot on a mountainside.
I'll settle down now.
Well said Finn..... Accidents do happen, I do not know the total circumstances, but sometimes with all the care in the world somebody can get hurt or killed. My condolences to both family's...Finnegan said:I'll withhold judgement because I know what a poor job the media does of accurate reporting. I can almost guarantee there's more to this story because there almost always is.
Sad that a man was killed. But it's also sad that the shooter will live with the consequence of his action for the rest of his life. I don't think any of us is capable of even imagining what it would be like to live out your days knowing you had killed your friend. I pray none of us ever finds out.