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I have seen elk running with the wild horses 3 times on the southwest desert. All 3 times they were literally running so I don't know if the elk and horses always ran together or if maybe they were just spooked up at the same time and all took the same route to runaway.
 

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I just had a funny thought...what if the guy that was engaging in carnal relations with a dead elk posts/lurks here and is now thinking, "FUUUDGE! somebody saw that?:eek:"

Bestiality and necrophilia is a crazy amount of depravity all in one go. I'm suspicious of all of you now....馃え
That is quite the combination. Kind of a two birds with one stone kind of effort.
 
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I just had a funny thought...what if the guy that was engaging in carnal relations with a dead elk posts/lurks here and is now thinking, "FUUUDGE! somebody saw that?:eek:"

Bestiality and necrophilia is a crazy amount of depravity all in one go. I'm suspicious of all of you now....馃え
Maybe there should be a Poll started to find out. :sick:
 

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I had a trail camera that picked up a dude wearing an cow elk outfit. He was carrying the elk mask/head and was walking past the camera. I am trying to find it right now. Stay tuned. Probably not the brightest dude since it was an either sex archery hunt.
 

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I had a trail camera that picked up a dude wearing an cow elk outfit. He was carrying the elk mask/head and was walking past the camera. I am trying to find it right now. Stay tuned. Probably not the brightest dude since it was an either sex archery hunt.
No way in hell I would ever wear a cow elk outfit in Utah after reading what happened to that other cow elk. :oops:
 

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Scared you'll like it, huh?
 

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Snow flakes......
I've yet to know any said red neck be even remotely offended by the word yet alone any other names/words out there.
The individuals where the term "Red Neck" derived from, were workers in the Virginia coal mines that unionized. The Union members would wear a "Red" bandana/scarf around their "Necks" to identify them as having Solidarity and being Union Proud. Hence the term, Red Neck. I was one of those proud red necks with the United Steelworkers of America, Local 7103.
 

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The individuals where the term "Red Neck" derived from, were workers in the Virginia coal mines that unionized. The Union members would wear a "Red" bandana/scarf around their "Necks" to identify them as having Solidarity and being Union Proud. Hence the term, Red Neck. I was one of those proud red necks with the United Steelworkers of America, Local 7103.



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