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A hunter did not return from hunting. The next morning a search party was
sent out to look for him. At the end of several days of unsuccessfully
searching by teams of volunteers, police, and a rescue helicopter, the
leader of the search team called the hunter's wife and informed her "we have
done everything humanly possible - but I'm sorry to have to tell you that
you should prepare for the worst." She then brought his stuff back home from
the Salvation Army.
At a fundraiser, the New York State DEC held a special $3 million lottery
only for hunters. The first prize was getting, totally tax free, $3 a year
for one million years. Can you guess what the second prize was?
If your guess wins, you will get honorable mention in the next
newsletter. Please email:
firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Pete's humor" in the subject line.
All Western State game departments put out warnings to hunters to be
especially on the alert for grizzly bears at this time of year. They suggest
wearing little bells to warn bears of their presence and to carry pepper
spray to ward off a possible attack. They also tell Hunters to learn to
recognize grizzly bear scat, which frequently contains little bells and
smells of pepper spray.
A hunter, new to the Arctic, comes face-to-face with a polar bear. He
discovers that his rifle is frozen to his gloves - there is no way he can
get off a shot. Afraid of being eaten, in desperation, he falls to his knees
and prays for a miracle. The polar bear approaches him, examines the praying
hunter, kneels down beside him and starts praying also. The hunter loudly
proclaims his gratitude for the miraculous salvation. The polar bear opens
one eye and growls "Please doesn't talk while I'm saying grace for the
bountiful meal which the Lord has provided."
Fans of Peter's humor:
Go on to Michigan Man Shoots Himself in the
Head While Trying to Demonstrate Gun Safety
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