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The Evil Genius
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03/03/2019 4:19 pm  

Here is a couple of tips:

Run away--fast

See above and repeat.

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03/03/2019 4:34 pm  

So not even mere bullets could kill the fucking thing. Running might be a good idea.

Hey isn’t Georgia C^Pigs side of town, did his alligator get loose again?

#Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee. (Revelation 3:3)


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MG-ɹǝʍo┴
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03/03/2019 4:39 pm  

Thank the alligator huggers for letting them get that big!

I would crush all their eggs, and the ones that hatch I would step on, and the bigger ones I would run over with my truck!!! 

I've seen those fuckers eye to eye, and I don't like them! Not one bit!   


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03/03/2019 4:43 pm  
Posted by: MG-ɹǝʍo┴

Thank the alligator huggers for letting them get that big!

I would crush all their eggs, and the ones that hatch I would step on, and the bigger ones I would run over with my truck!!! 

I've seen those fuckers eye to eye, and I don't like them! Not one bit!   

Well I’ve heard they taste pretty good, but I’ve never had a chance to try it, I’d eat some alligator meat, sounds yummy and delicious, with a nice crunchy sound when you bite into it.

#Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee. (Revelation 3:3)


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Don Keyknob
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03/03/2019 4:58 pm  

They aren't the most adorable creatures around are they?

Flies, Rats, Wasps and Alligators...what's the point of any of them? 


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03/03/2019 5:25 pm  
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They aren't the most adorable creatures around are they?

Flies, Rats, Wasps and Alligators...what's the point of any of them? 

I’m sure the Lord has his reasons why he made them, they serve a purpose in his creation, but as far as the alligator goes, they are very friendly like dogs, you can even pet them, they won’t bite.

#Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee. (Revelation 3:3)


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03/03/2019 5:26 pm  
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They aren't the most adorable creatures around are they?

Flies, Rats, Wasps and Alligators...what's the point of any of them? 

Sumthin' to kill? When you run out of things to kill?


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03/03/2019 5:27 pm  

No, but I could tell you about the time I saw the biggest damn gator I've ever seen.  He was that 16 foot freak and a total monster.  We were all safe up on a dyke, but we all trembled in fear like no other gator encounter ever in our lives.

13 feet 4 inches, meh, I ain't scared of that little baby gator.  A 7 to 8 footer will take you.

The only ones I fear are the ones stupid people have been feeding.   This act of stupidity and fake kindness only gets the gator killed once the DNR gets involved.  The last fatality in my County involved a woman from Quebec feeding an 8 footer.  In the wild, gators are very shy except when mama gator has her babies.  They are also capable of springing out of the water at 30 MPH too.  

The wild pigs and brain eating amoeba are my two greatest fears here. 

Stay out of the Deep South we have more gators, man eating wild pigs, poisonous snakes, and biting insects than you can shake a stick at plus brain eating amoeba in our fresh waters.  

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03/03/2019 5:49 pm  
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No, but I could tell you about the time I saw the biggest damn gator I've ever seen.  He was that 16 foot freak and a total monster.  We were all safe up on a dyke, but we all trembled in fear like no other gator encounter ever in our lives.

13 feet 4 inches, meh, I ain't scared of that little baby gator.  A 7 to 8 footer will take you.

The only ones I fear are the ones stupid people have been feeding.   This act of stupidity and fake kindness only gets the gator killed once the DNR gets involved.  The last fatality in my County involved a woman from Quebec feeding an 8 footer.  In the wild, gators are very shy except when mama gator has her babies.  They are also capable of springing out of the water at 30 MPH too.  

The wild pigs and brain eating amoeba are my two greatest fears here. 

Stay out of the Deep South we have more gators, man eating wild pigs, poisonous snakes, and biting insects than you can shake a stick at plus brain eating amoeba in our fresh waters.  

I don't have to worry about the brain eating amoebas, there's nothing left to eat! 


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03/03/2019 6:16 pm  
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I don't have to worry about the brain eating amoebas, there's nothing left to eat! 

Don't worry Tower - Brian's arr ovur rated.

Who the hell ever needed to use one of those??

 


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03/03/2019 7:22 pm  
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I don't have to worry about the brain eating amoebas, there's nothing left to eat! 

Don't worry Tower - Brian's arr ovur rated.

Who the hell ever needed to use one of those??

 

Fat happy brain eating amoebas!  


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03/03/2019 7:40 pm  

That one was just across the border in GA. Yes they are very tasty BUT if not prepared correctly it tends to be a bit rubbery/chewy. Best bet is stir fry or grill. Now from their perspective any old person will do. And C-Pig is right there are morons who will feed these things and forget that in a short span they can move very VERY fast for their bulk. They will latch onto you and using their weight drag you under water to drown. 

True if I had my choice face a gator or face a wild pig---I'll take the gator ANY day. 


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03/03/2019 9:40 pm  

Pete, we forgot to mention that death roll they do.  They'll rip your limbs from the sockets and break yer bones as in snap 'em clean in two.

I once read of a story where a man came to consciousness while stashed in the gator's den. 

My other creepy gator tale was fishing from a 12 foot jon boat during nesting season.  We were surrounded and followed by agitated mama gators. 

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03/03/2019 9:44 pm  

Thanks man! I forgot about the whole "death roll" thing. OK guys important safety tip---avoid the gator death roll....its bad...OK


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03/03/2019 10:57 pm  

Master Po said to roll with them and not against them, while stabbing out their eyes, everything lets go when you stab out their eyes! Except master Po!

Kung Fu Grasshopper Quotes. QuotesGram

 


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04/03/2019 12:18 am  
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Master Po said to roll with them and not against them, while stabbing out their eyes, everything lets go when you stab out their eyes! Except master Po!

 

Nice try there Tower.  When a gator strikes, you have a next to zero chance of escape.  

I did once meet a guy who was attacked by a four footer while wading in a swamp in South Carolina.  His face was quite disfigured.  There's another case from Lake Marion in SC where an idiot went snorkeling in that lake.  They found what was left of him a 1/4 mile from his put in, and gators were the certified culprit.

If ever anyone tells you that the American Alligator does not venture into salt water, I can assure you that they regularly do.  I've been hissed at more times than I can count while up in the marshes and seen 13 footers right up close on the banks sunning.  Being in any water craft does not trigger the attack response in gators.   Something I cannot say is true for the Bull, Tiger, or and Great Whites(#1 boat attacker, period)  who come down from Mass visiting for the cold season.  The Bull should be your #1 fear in the warm waters while in warm salt water anywhere in the world.

For gators, you only have to not be stupid as in going snorkeling in gator lakes or hang around ones that have been hand fed.  They are also notorious for snatching dogs whose owners let them venture too close to the water's edge.   

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04/03/2019 9:52 am  

What is it with the wild pigs? Why are they such a danger? I mean, man eating and all, are you kidding me?...

Why Feral Pigs are a problem in Florida 

Yeah, c^Pig, but, I mean, you got 16 foot gators! Luring you into using them as bridges over small canals. They must be more dangerous, just look at them:

all these teeth and stuff, they are definetely on to something sinister. No hog will death roll you, because they can´t.

 


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04/03/2019 11:15 am  

At least here, the pigs escaped from domestic stock during colonial times and have become feral. They look different too.  Mainly, the boars are testy during rutting season and the sows get testy with piglets.  They will come after you and are vicious.  However, they mostly run from us as there in no hunting season on them here so they have a fear of humans plus there is a large group of enthusiasts who hunt them.  Pigs are highly intelligent.

I been on a few pig massacres for a private land owner over the years.  It's satisfying watching one be felled by a .308.  They are a major nuisance though I've never heard of anyone being killed.  I have known some guys who had to go up a tree to avoid a charge.

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04/03/2019 11:39 am  

Much like the difference between Locus and Grasshopper the wild boar takes on much different characteristics than their domesticated brothers, for one they grow to enormous size, grow tusks, and become aggressive, they become dangerous. Same animal, different environment, by all means they can be compared to godless men that turn evil.  

 

 

Comparative drawing emphasizing differences between wild ...Choose a Hog Hunting Knife


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04/03/2019 11:44 am  
Posted by: The Evil Genius

Here is a couple of tips:

Run away--fast

See above and repeat.

Hmmmm, luggage or boots? Boots or book bindings? Book bindings or new leather couch?  New Leather couch or new jacket?  Oh what the hell, I'll take them all!  GA doesn't need any alligators, they have the "The Real Housewives of Atlanta!"

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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