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    Help Protect Upban Hunts

    Fellow Hunters

    There is an effort being made by a few folks in Clifton (Cincy community) to stop all or part of the volunteer bow hunt to controll deer populations in the park. If you are from the Cincinnati area, and especialy Clifton, please go to the attached link and sign ths pettion.

    http://www.thepetitionsite.com/190/3...&cid=email_na#

    Moderators - if I messed up in terms of where I poste this, please let me know.

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    People are morons. I can't hunt in my hometown anymore. Our city council believes arrows are akin to missiles. I previously had permission from our police chief but the idiots running the city have put an end to that

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    well the world if full of morons and there breeding faster than the rest of us!

    sad, but true
    good luck fighting this
    as its really hard to convince a moron with science and facts!
    like normal people follow and live by!
    seems
    they live in dream worlds, where that stuff doesn't to matter to them

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    The bad part is when deer population gets too big in the park, they send in cops along with their buddies to waste them with night vision and hi-powered rifles- like they do in MT. Airy Forest. Then to apease the peta bunch the say they donate the meat to the needy. In fact what they are doing is breaking their own laws by turning parks into their own hunting clubs.

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    Mt Airy is part of the bow hunting program, so I doubt the stories about police shooting the deer there is accurate.

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