Thursday, November 22, 2007

10 Things I Learned While Hunting on Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! I am thankful for your readership. To whom am I thankful? I am thankful to God for all the necessary conditions which enable to you be my reader, and I am thankful to you for each of the decisions you made that brought the antecedent degree of causation to a sufficient level to determine your reading of my blog.

I woke up at around 4:30am. I accompanied my father-in-law Jeff, brother-in-law Ryan. and (step?) brother-in-law Michael on a hunting trip. Mike shot a 4x4 white tail deer with a rifle. I saw it gutted, skinned, and decapitated.

10 Things I learned:

1. It is important to step softly
2. Don't make any noise while tracking deer
3. You can learn a lot from deer and elk tracks
4. Their is utility in stepping in coyote urine
5. It is imperative to not make noise while walking
6. Shhh!
7. Always hunt with the wind in your face
8. Don't move
9. Don't make noise
10. All about bullets

On a related note, an entry from this blog is #1 in Google for the query "types of logical evidence". It doesn't take much to rank for philosophical posts I guess. I should capitalize on that somehow.

1 comment:

  1. that sounds like the worst thanksgiving ever. poor little deer.


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