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Old 11-13-2003, 08:09 AM   #31
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When I was at Ft Hood, TX we had a few people hit cattle. That is an ugly mess.
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Old 11-13-2003, 08:16 AM   #32
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Moose gentlemen....... moose... ever seen a train derailed by one? hehe

On my drive back from T.O. last month somone his a moose or caribou just by the NB PQ boarder. I "think" the car used to be a Sunfire/Cavalier..... the A pillars were back at the trunk. They had a firetruck onsite to wash off the road. That was a mess, and scared the **** out of us. Needless to say we kept the speed down and "hid" behind a transport truck until the sun was completely up.
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Coming down from Tahoe on US 50 a few years back, I saw a convertible Camaro that had a deer ON the passenger cabin, with all 4 hooves inside. He cut both passengers to death with his hooves. Read in a Sacramento paper the next day that they had just gotten married. The deer rolled up the hood when they took it'* legs out from under it, and ended up on top.

The deer survived.
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Coming down from Tahoe on US 50 a few years back, I saw a convertible Camaro that had a deer ON the passenger cabin, with all 4 hooves inside. He cut both passengers to death with his hooves. Read in a Sacramento paper the next day that they had just gotten married. The deer rolled up the hood when they took it'* legs out from under it, and ended up on top.

The deer survived.
How dare the deers we hit survive. Lets grab a couple of hummers, put some solid grille bars on the front, and go road deer hunting
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I'm glad you are alright. I'm sad to see your ride like that though. A deer totaled my 89 Daytona Shelby. I don't let my kids watch Bambi now because deer are EVIL I couldn't even find the deer until the next day which sucks because I wanted to cook that SOB and make some jerky. I would say I walked away with a concusion but I actually ran about two miles to the house I was on my way to. In "boots and uts" no less I had just finished pulling colors.
I wish I had a scanner so I could show you all the picture of the osterich that layed an egg on my car, but then that'* way off topic. I'll save it for another time. Hope your car repairs work out for you.
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a friend of mine hit a horse and a cousin had deer jump in to her window and it cut her up pretty good.
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Coming down from Tahoe on US 50 a few years back, I saw a convertible Camaro that had a deer ON the passenger cabin, with all 4 hooves inside. He cut both passengers to death with his hooves. Read in a Sacramento paper the next day that they had just gotten married. The deer rolled up the hood when they took it'* legs out from under it, and ended up on top.

The deer survived.
How dare the deers we hit survive. Lets grab a couple of hummers, put some solid grille bars on the front, and go road deer hunting
You buy the hummers, and I'm in

Then again, out here we have tractors. Deer are dumb enough to get hit by THEM despite the fact that the deer can run FASTER than them. It'* really messy if the tractor has a plow...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeww

Can't wait to see the pics of the repair, or see them in person, whichever.

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It'* silly. Here in Mankato there'* a problem with deer in a part of the city. They are basically a real nusiance. All the people who live in the area want the herd to be thinned by a special hunt, but practically the rest of Mankato is against it. But the city finally let a hunt happen.
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Coming down from Tahoe on US 50 a few years back, I saw a convertible Camaro that had a deer ON the passenger cabin, with all 4 hooves inside. He cut both passengers to death with his hooves. Read in a Sacramento paper the next day that they had just gotten married. The deer rolled up the hood when they took it'* legs out from under it, and ended up on top.

The deer survived.
man, that so sucks, damn dear, thats sad.
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a buddy of mine took out a four point with his 92 dodge pickup...hilarious.. broke the deer in two, took out both headlights, both corner lights, and put rad into the fan, only took us two days to fix, luckily i'm "Damemorder Body Shop" weonly charged the insurance $100 over what the parts cost, but it was a pain to get all the blood out of the rad, and straightening fins isn't fun, but he did get to learn how to take the front of his truck off.
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