User Profile: Black Midge

Black Midge

Member Since: October 03, 2011

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  • [143] April 19, 2015 at 1:22am

    Texas is an open range state, if it was on her property so be it, I will be more than glad to use her veterinarian services any time, but would never use the clinic she was fired from if I lived in the area.

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  • [17] April 19, 2015 at 1:18am

    “THEY ARE CALLED HOUSE CATS FOR A REASON” and that’s where they belong.
    At the present time there are 157,000,000 million feral house cats in North America. Song birds weigh ounces and it is figured that feral house cats kill thousands of tons of song birds each year here. I am not even counting the upland game birds, water fowl or small mammals that cats kill. Cats evolved in North Africa, and are now a bigger environmental problem world wide than that global warming thing. Its my belief that feral house cats over time have now been the source of more extinctions than man. In closing I was doing my daily hike yesterday, four miles from the nearest road, 5 miles from the nearest house and saw a feral house cat that weighed at least 15 lbs, and he was in great shape, no flees, ticks, or a collar, if you are wondering my GWP is perfect for this type of situation. No fuss no muss.

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  • [15] March 9, 2015 at 7:04pm

    Kudos to gun owners of the United States, don’t admit you own one, or two, or more, its nobody’s business but your own.

  • [3] January 28, 2015 at 6:14pm

    Could we just get some adults in the Government!!!

  • [3] January 8, 2015 at 11:31pm

    Here’s what I know, faults trap oil, and have been a major target when drilling wells for decades. That is where the largest easiest pockets of oil sit and the easiest to drill into and extract fluids from.

    Here’s what I think, these small earth quakes result from multiple causation. The type of formation and rock drilled into, young inexperienced drilling, and fracking engineers. Tight time tables, and budgets lead to over pressuring, along with the high number of wells drilled and fracked in an area. Culminating with the rapid extraction of fluids (gas, oil, condensate, and salt water) in great quantities leaving voids in the formations, that cause the formations to collapse.

    In other words some settling of contents may occur.

  • [4] December 12, 2014 at 11:27pm

    Wendy Davis 2.0 when you know you can’t win don’t waste a good candidate.

  • [1] November 26, 2014 at 10:53am

    The difference between a liberal and a conservative, the liberals never know when to quit.

  • [1] November 25, 2014 at 7:15pm

    My first German Wirehair had a skunk problem every skunk he ran across he would get sprayed. I found the solution quite by accident once when guiding hunts in Wyoming. Dude got sprayed right at dark and I got him back to where I was staying and the only soaps I had was a bar of dial and a bottle of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo. I grabbed the baby shampoo and washed Dude really well, and it worked, it even got the skunk oil off the leather collar he wore, no special tricks, no mixing, no peroxide, no tomato juice. Johnson’s Baby Shampoo works every time to get the skunk off. I am now in my third Wirehair and have used this trick for years. My advice to Glenn is get a garden hose and a hose end bottle poor some baby shampoo in and spray the house down let is sit for a few hours and rinse it off.

  • [31] November 24, 2014 at 10:12am

    My wife and I are ventrous, and were staying gaietiesly at a villa in Spain. While there she left a spot of gleet on the beautiful floor made of Diorite. When the Kaw maid was cleaning the zit she had a barfs. Due to the embarrassment I demanded a talaq from my wife, she got the house and I now live in a gapo cooking my meals in an umu.

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  • [2] November 19, 2014 at 9:53am

    Advection
    Before you play the video look at the still its the faint white line in front of the rudder.

  • [1] November 19, 2014 at 9:20am

    The N numbers are there, on the vertical stabilizer in front of the rudder, they meet the minimums of two inches tall. My guess is this is a United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Animal Damage Control, or a an Alaska Department of Fish and Game aircraft. The reason the pilot did not grant an interview is they were probably out monitoring hunters or shooting wolves.

  • [55] November 15, 2014 at 10:43pm

    Monk
    I’m gonna have to school you on Black Bears.
    Eva and Jim both harvested 500 pound males in the last couple of days. (boars)
    When boars get that big they become a problem in the breeding process. Boars this big in the spring will practice infanticide, yes going around killing and eating cubs so the sow will go back into heat. A major part of bear management is insuring you have recruitment, meaning the cubs survive and you have an even population age throughout the specie.
    The black bear population in North Carolina is huge, and needs to have a certain percentage taken each year, the numbers being set by game biologists. Hitting that number each year is important for the overall health of the population.
    In North Carolina the Bears have become a problem for farmers, spending a great deal of time in the fields eating crops, melons, corn, you name it. Bears in the south generally do not hibernate like they do out west in colder climates. Bears in the south tend to eat all year and only sleep when a cold front blows in and get back up in a few days.
    Black bear is really good table fare, you have to be careful cooking it, because of trichinosis. It has to be medium well to well done so its best cooked in a crock pot.
    Now a little trivia Black Bears injure more people in the United States each year than any other animal. They tend to adapt well to the urban interface and can be very testy, most people who get mauled get to close and don’t respect them for what they are.

  • [3] November 12, 2014 at 11:21pm

    remerged ?

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  • [60] November 12, 2014 at 11:20pm

    Shall not be infringed !!!

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  • [5] November 8, 2014 at 11:21pm

    Its all politics, the man child got his pee pee whacked as a result of the elections this past week. So he figures on making a bold move and gaining back lost respect both within the U.S. and internationally. If the election had gone the other way he would have never approved this mission. Unless somebody in the armed forces called the mission without the man child’s knowledge.

  • [1] November 7, 2014 at 11:11pm

    Some peoples kids !!

  • November 7, 2014 at 11:08pm

    Deja Vu ?

  • [7] November 6, 2014 at 12:02pm

    @blinknight “WOW” Just to set the record straight, I have a Bachelor of Science degree, a minor in an engineering field, and a minor in an environmental field, along with a Masters to compliment my Bachelors of Science, and currently serve as the Laboratory Safety Director in the top academic research lab in its field in the world.

  • [15] November 6, 2014 at 9:22am

    Cosmologist and theoretical physicist, so what we really have is a man who has survived in academia, a low risk environment, both physically and economically. Religion plays a bigger role in ones life when you take real risks. I personally will take risks, pray to God for his help in guiding my steps, and thank him for the outcomes. Mr. Krauss enjoy your bubble, but my advise is take some risks, and you will see where and how religion fits in your life. If you don’t thank God, do you really have anything to be thankful for?

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  • [3] November 5, 2014 at 6:01pm

    He is absolutely insane keeps doing the same thing, gets overrun in an election, and still thinks he knows whats best for the people, when we just told him whats best and he has not figured it out yet.

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