User Profile: Indagila


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  • October 31, 2014 at 3:13pm

    This from yesterdays Arizona Journal, from our wolf investigator Jess Carrey. It’s the first No BS artical I’ve seen from them. You folks in AZ,NV, CA annnnd TExass pay heed,your next!

  • October 31, 2014 at 12:44pm

    JJinGadson,Actually every time a wolf turns up dead, the local cattlemen demand to see the results of the DNA testing that is done without fail. The answer is always the same. “You bet! We’ll be gettin’ back to ya on that right away!”Never happens…..
    And yes, we do suspect that there is a good bit of Texas Red Wolf in our local population.

  • [2] October 31, 2014 at 11:05am

    Odd thing, in the north country the wolf is bigger, there are far more of them but the damage they do is far less. The reason for this is that the country is bigger and they can be treated more liake a regular preditor now, but not the MGW. Here even in the ‘wilderness”, the wolves are never further than six miles from people, that makes for trouble.
    They tried turnin’ some (6) MGW’s loose down in Mexico, the Mexican’s had em shot off in a month.
    The rancher was lied to to get em in here and have been lied to ever since. 100 was supposed to be the maximum load. Well that’s changed. They were goin’ to compensate ranchers for loses. I know guys that have whole handfuls of IOU’s, and they don’t even have the good manners to print em on soft paper! The Gut and Feathers boys are still killin’ elk to help the MGW along, they are not real good at bein wolves even after near 16 years out in the open. People’s whole lives are bein’ ruined . But, it kinda works real good for gettin’ people out of the woods. Wildlands Project? Agneda 21? Que Sabe?

  • [2] October 31, 2014 at 10:48am

    “Wolf like creature” is USFWS double speak for “wolf”. It’s been used before in WYO, where a rancher was arrested for harrassing a ‘wolf like creature”. You urban folks are in for a treat like we in the Gila have had for better than ten years! Soon you could have these Mex wolves in Phoenix, Tucson, las Cruses Vegas and El Paso. See, the wolf lovers want to expand the habitat from Cali to Texas! From hwy 40 to the Mexican line! They will use the pen raised, hand fed, totally habituated and unafraid of man captive population from Ted Turner’s Ladder Ranch, about thirty crow miles from me.
    I bet when Fee Fee and Puff go missin’ in Flagstaff and the kids in Needles need to await the school bus in wolf proof cages, like the kids in Reserve NM., you Disney science/Animal Planet urban sofa spuds won’t be likin’ “El Lobo” near so much. Ya see, these hybred Forest Circus dogs already equate himans with food.
    I just bet that the dwellers of the cul de sac will not be near so forbearing as we rural hicks have been. Fact is, we kinda like the idea, this could well be the end of the wolf problem. Besides, we’re tired of takin’ all the blame.
    Remember, in the southwest ain’t nothin’ mo purty than a road killed wolf…just sayin’.

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  • [2] October 30, 2014 at 9:46am

    Here in Newest Mexico, where our RINO governor Susanna Martinez appointed a Jeb follower , and non educator from Florida, Hanna Skandera (Skankdera to her friends) as Sec ED. We are proudly following the “New York model” of Common Core. You know, the one New York is dropping?

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 9:40am

    Well said Bill,
    Lets draft that guy!

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 9:39am

    In Texican it goes: ” No bubba it don’t work, that’s why folks don’t cotton to it, an I’ll skreem it from the roof so’s all y’all kin hear”
    In Mexican it goes: “Tu baboso!”
    If bubbaJeb runs I’ll write in Micky Mouse.

  • October 28, 2014 at 6:44pm

    They better moniter the southern border!

  • [1] October 28, 2014 at 6:43pm

    A feeble attempt on the part of the Halfrican to make it look like he is ahead of the curve, for the elections.
    We ain’t buyin’ . We know full well that if it comes from the south, we’ll be on our own. But don’t worry Barry, we border boys are about half capable!

  • [15] October 28, 2014 at 4:51pm

    No thanks.
    Wifey and I share 1800sq ft that I built. Not to big, not to small, just right. The best part, traffic jams are caused by elk and I can step off the porch and fire a rifle at a 20* up angle, and never bother a soul.

  • [4] October 28, 2014 at 3:33pm

    Well of course he didn’t , he’s paid to pump sunshine up our butz.
    We are not being invaded, we are not arming our enemies and obola won’t break out here.
    Now shut up and sit!

  • [5] October 28, 2014 at 2:52pm

    One less Mooseslime to foul our shores! Go home Achmed, it won’t get better for ya here!
    Foook Allah and Aloha Snackbar!

  • [9] October 28, 2014 at 2:21pm

    Disabled,Here in NM the law takes a mightily dim view of interfering with a lawful hunt. Send the Yuppie puke down here, the Gila manages to munch four or five such each year….

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  • [3] October 28, 2014 at 2:18pm

    This happens all the time now in national forest. It could be dope growers, tree huggers, anti timber, rancher, hunter folks, some dumb azz kid. No tellin’.
    The course of action is the same. if you don’t know your way around the woods, stay out of the woods.
    And to those that set such traps, if you can read. Don’t let people who live in the bush find you playin’s such games.

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  • [6] October 28, 2014 at 2:05pm

    When you consider that Amtrack is a perennial lose, I can see where they would want to confiscate any and all money, even that fallen into the seat cushions!
    But then you must also take into account that Amtrack, like the TSA is manned almost entirely by mouth breathin’, bugger eatin’ mo-rons.

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  • October 28, 2014 at 1:04pm

    Right you are DZ, they’s a lot o rubes out there. I’ll be wearin’ my lid indoors only to make a point.

  • October 28, 2014 at 1:01pm

    Here in The land of entrapment every Gimmedat has a truck with placards outside of evey polling place and on every street corner. Most outside the 100ft limit, but not all. Up till now the repugnicans have not but the local GOP office has sent out notices for trucks to use. Maybe not illegal but real tacky IMO.
    I’ll be wearing my NRA Whitington Center cap, if I decide to vote.
    It would be the first election I would have missed since 74 but it’s a real lose lose here this year.
    We have the corrupt lyin’ RINO Martinez or the corrupt lyin’ Gimmedat King, plus other lyin’ corrupt lesser lights.

  • October 28, 2014 at 8:52am

    Oh never would we even consider shootin’ at the Forest Circus’s hybred dogs, ,, I mean wolves. That’s agin the law dontcha know…..

  • [6] October 28, 2014 at 8:24am

    Wouldn’t work. De Gooberment is now doin’ all it can to outlaw wood heat. Reckon I’ll be an outlaw.

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  • [3] October 28, 2014 at 6:53am

    On the subject of ads and all manner of other crap on this site. I quite agree with Monk, just too much. Those of us that are really rural types (Who I suspect make up a good bit of GB’s listeners) are sorely put upon by this since we are on a dish and with DISH things load slowly anyway. Clog it up with all the meaningless crapola and it gets to be as much a PITA as all the tabloid like stories. I really don’t care how many child stars went bad, how short Sty Stallone is or how big Kim’s butt is. The world is on fire and we get light weight BS from an increasingly metrosexual, Morman Marlboro man.

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