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Old 08-16-2016, 06:26 AM
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So I am on a local website entitled "Our Town and a woman posted that she had a young rabbit that had lost its front paws in an encounter with a lawn mower and wanted advice on what she could do. I was well into happy hour and was getting hungry so the first thing that came to mind was "Brunswick Stew". My suggestion was not well received.
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Old 08-16-2016, 06:30 AM
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I would think not!! Brunswick stew is traditionally made with squirrel not rabbit. Hasenpfeffer on the other hand.
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Originally Posted by Machartercaptain View Post
So I am on a local website entitled "Our Town and a woman posted that she had a young rabbit that had lost its front paws in an encounter with a lawn mower and wanted advice on what she could do. I was well into happy hour and was getting hungry so the first thing that came to mind was "Brunswick Stew". My suggestion was not well received.
Sounds like a good idea, nice and tender.
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LOL - my daughter wanted to get a pet rabbit. I told her I loved rabbits !! They're mostly dark meat but real good in the crock pot with some veggies !! :-)
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Originally Posted by Machartercaptain View Post
So I am on a local website entitled "Our Town and a woman posted that she had a young rabbit that had lost its front paws in an encounter with a lawn mower and wanted advice on what she could do. I was well into happy hour and was getting hungry so the first thing that came to mind was "Brunswick Stew". My suggestion was not well received.
you're a troll! it's great fun. you should try posting something negative about dogs.

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Old 08-16-2016, 07:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Carpe Cerevisi View Post
LOL - my daughter wanted to get a pet rabbit. I told her I loved rabbits !! They're mostly dark meat but real good in the crock pot with some veggies !! :-)

A buddy of mine got a couple of rabbits for his daughters as pets. He got tired of them being, "pooping machines" and killed them and ate them.

Personally I don't eat pets but everybody has to do their own thing.
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Originally Posted by Machartercaptain View Post
So I am on a local website entitled "Our Town and a woman posted that she had a young rabbit that had lost its front paws in an encounter with a lawn mower and wanted advice on what she could do. I was well into happy hour and was getting hungry so the first thing that came to mind was "Brunswick Stew". My suggestion was not well received.

Deep down do you have a death wish??? 'Cause you'll probably get death threats from that....
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Originally Posted by Carpe Cerevisi View Post
LOL - my daughter wanted to get a pet rabbit. I told her I loved rabbits !! They're mostly dark meat but real good in the crock pot with some veggies !! :-)

A buddy of mine got a couple of rabbits for his daughters as pets. He got tired of them being, "pooping machines" and killed them and ate them.

Personally I don't eat pets but everybody has to do their own thing.
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I've shot and killed hares and such but never little bunny foo foo; thats kind of messed up.... like eating dog or something. Nutria are fair game.
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Putting it down humanely (and either eating or otherwise disposing of the body) is a much better thing to do than to put it out to die on its own.
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When rabbits were still frigidity after the dog brought it back to my grandfather he just wacked it's head on his gun barrel and threw it into the pouch on his (or my) back.

Doesn't she own a shovel or a 2x4? Geesh!!
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