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From the Spring / Summer 2002 Issue

PETER’S HUMOR?

Hunting's not a joke, but hunters and game agents are!

By Peter Muller, V.P. C.A.S.H.

What is distinctly different about a hunter’s birth?

When a hunter is born the doctor is so disgusted he slaps the mother.


Two hunters were hunting on opposite sides of a large lake. One of them yells across to the other: "How do you get to the other side?" The other hunter is totally perplexed. Finally he yells back "You are already on the other side"


Why did the hunter bring his tree stand to the bar?

He heard all the drinks were on the house.


What has 80 legs and 4 teeth?

A hunters’ conference.


On the New York State hunting license application one line reads:

Education: 1 2 3 4
(Circle highest grade completed)


A hunter takes his idiot nephew hunting for the first time. "Look" says the hunter – "it’s simple, just three steps:

1) Look for tracks

2) Follow the tracks

3) Shoot the deer

"Got it?"

The idiot beams and says, "Yeah — I think I got it," and trots off into the woods. About 10 hours later he comes crawling back all battered and bruised.

Looking very apologetic – he explains:

1) I find tracks

2) I follow tracks

3) I get hit by train


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