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post #71 of 86 Old 11-29-2010, 11:27 AM
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She screwed up because she did not know facts. She was dealing with only emotions and untruths.

Something we all do at times.

Hopefully now that she knows the facts that a dead deer on her property does not mean the deer was shot there she will handle it differently in the future.
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post #72 of 86 Old 11-29-2010, 11:35 AM
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She screwed up because she did not know facts. She was dealing with only emotions and untruths.

Something we all do at times.

Hopefully now that she knows the facts that a dead deer on her property does not mean the deer was shot there she will handle it differently in the future.
She is a minor and had no choice in how it was handled. It was up to her parents and she was just relating the story. Just because she saw it the way she did doesn't mean it was untruths or emotion based. But he I am not a therapist so that is just my opinion.
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She is the one who posted it here. We can not communicate with her parents. Now that she knows some facts hopefully next time she can give these facts to her parents.
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She is a minor and had no choice in how it was handled. It was up to her parents and she was just relating the story. Just because she saw it the way she did doesn't mean it was untruths or emotion based. But he I am not a therapist so that is just my opinion.
Than you don't post about it. I have raised one 29yr old and I am raising a 14yr old. Facts not guessing. She said the deer was going to feed the homeless and that there was going to be an autopsy. That is not fact that is guessing.

I am guessing the deer was to be food. I know that is what we do with them. My daughter loves to see deer in the wild. She also knows what it is to eat them for dinner. She loves cows too but she is not willing to give up a burger so she is learning if she is a meat eater than she needs to know that some meats are raised or hunted for food.

I would be asking a lot of questions of my 14yr old if she was telling a story without having all the facts. I also would have explained to my daughter if the deer were on our property and we suspected it was shot illegally how to handle it properly. As the way this was reportedly handled the deer was wasted and no one will be held responsible if it was shot illegally. In the words of my 14yr old "Just sayin"
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For the record, the term is necropsy not autopsy when talking about animals.
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For the record, the term is necropsy not autopsy when talking about animals.
You are correct ab. I used the word autopsy because the op stated in her post there was going to be an autopsy. I should have used the correct term, she could have googled it :) Thanks
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I figured you knew the difference. I was just saying it for general knowledge.
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I figured you knew the difference. I was just saying it for general knowledge.
I have to say I really respect every post I have read of yours. Knowledgeable and factual. Very nice!
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I have to say I really respect every post I have read of yours. Knowledgeable and factual. Very nice!


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In NY a hunter safety course is mandatory to get a hunting license (which is totally different than getting the gun).
In some counties a handgun safety course is required to get a pistol permit (which you have to have to own a handgun in NY).
I am pretty sure Wyoming also requires a hunter safety course before you can get a hunting license. I could be mistaken though....

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