Didn't watch it. I can do without seeing some poor animal minding it own business, trying to survive in a harsh environment, only to have some goober blast his azz from a mile away. NOW if, in this vid, the gun blows up, blinds the "hunter", and the goat rams him off the cliff, I'm all in.
People in the US have become too self-involved and stupid to drive in the snow. The practice needs to be banned now! Now I say, now! If we can make motorcycle riders wear helmets because we all have to pay for their medical bills why the he11 do we let everyday dumb fvcks drive in the snow.
When they eventually wreck, and they will, they get out of their car and walk away from the carnage without thinking to look for 15 ton semi's sliding toward them. Check out the group of 3 peeps just hanging in the road whilst tons of metal are sliding their way.
I kid....kinda. It'll never happen so, come on Darwin, help make sure there are fewer dummies on the social security band wagon when it's my time to collect.
I enjoyed snow as a kid,now im grumpy because I drive a piece of shyt car and I have to travel far to work,and my job only closes if its a state of emergency.kids get snow days,wish I got snow days lol.my doggy loves the snow and it cheers me up to see someone enjoying it.i wouldn't mind the snow if I didn't have to drive in it everyday and could just go snowboarding and sledding down some big hills.
heres a fun snow tale from my youth.i was waiting for my buddy to go sledding with and he was taking too long so I went by myself down a steep 90ft incline.everything was good til I got to the bottom and slammed headfirst backwards into a buried metal shopping cart that was buried in the snow and didn't budge an inch.i cracked my head open and tore a few ligaments above my knee.my leg still doesn't work right.i must of hit that cart doing 30mph atleast.and too make matters so much better,i had to climb back up the hill and walk 2 miles to my home,and after that I didn't walk for 2 weeks.dont know how ligaments work but I don't think they healed right,all I took was motrin
Hey cep, he's a Husky/Samoyed mix on paper. But I gotta say, he's got a wild streak and I often wonder if he's got a little mix of his wild cousins in there. First time I saw him in the woods(before he was mine, this is when he was about one), he flushed out a fawn from the brush and caught it...pulled him off and the deer was fine, but it blew my mind when I saw it go down. I don't walk him off leash in the woods for this reason, he gets a long lead when we're on the trail though.