I have a feeling its just a slang term thrown out to say basically, lets see some kill shots, trophy pics, etc. I doubt the guy was posting just because he just gets off on blood, gore and all the nastiness that goes along with the kill but I could be wrong. Its a fact that its always part of the kill but most guys are just wanting to see the fruits of other people's labor, not gutpile shots.Knowlton said:Why are people mesmerized so much by "carnage" as you put it? Are we not civilized enough to see the immaturity and unevolved behavior associated with this type of thinking? These types of statements scare me at times. How can some members of society be so conscious and others be so naive and dim-witted? What happened to the sacred side of hunting. How come there is no little pukey guy emoticon to put after this post?
+1. However, its not that hard to see what the guy is after.... its the same as waterfowl hunters asking for some shots of duck whackage or other folks asking for the "after" shots of other hunters kills. No, we're not asking to see how you turned an animal inside out (unless its prairie dogs or something) :lol: but I know I like seeing shots of people's rewards. If there is gory mess and blood all over... well, I've hunted different things enough to realize thats all part of the "fun". 8) If you have a weak stomach, then I suppose you could just avoid the topics that bad influences like Utfireman start. :wink: I'm sure if he's a fireman, carnage holds a totally different meaning for him than it would for most of us..... and dead animals taken by hunters is hardly carnage. Oh, BTW, EHF is probably the type that doesn't mind brushing off comments like yours about how he's giving good, hardy, serious hunters a bad name. Those that know him would probably confirm that you're a bit off base on that. 8)callofthewild said:aren't we all
Irronicle isn't really a word, is it? Boy that is Irronic.NHS said:I agree! I especially like the newly coined phrase "irronicle". I am going to try to use that somewhere in a conversation today at work. :lol: