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Dave's overall philosophy on survival is that we as a whole allowed technology, convenience and consumerism rob an entire generation from learning valuable skills that is now not being passed on to the next generation. He sees this as an irresponsible behavior that needs to be corrected. While the benefits of modern society are great, we have become too dependent upon it and need to know what to do should we be forced to live without it. So we owe to that next generation to gain the skills and knowledge that we were not fully taught such as self-reliance and living off the land. That such an education is best taught by partial living and recreation revolving around these skills.
Originally posted by GAOTU789
Hour and a half to go.
No Nef this week so let's see if semper can keep the car on the road!!!
Originally posted by greeneyedleo
1 hour for the best roller coaster ride around......and Garth at the control, it is bound to be a thrilling ride....lots of squeels, screams, ooohhhhssss and ahhhhhhhs......
During one of his videotaped hunts in Alberta in 2007, Mr. Foiles is seen holding up a wounded duck he calls “Mrs. Mallard.” He wrenches its neck and opens its mouth while making quacking noises.
In another hunt videotaped the next day, Mr. Foiles manipulates a wounded duck for four minutes, whacking it on the head with a duck call, covering its head with an empty shell box and playing peek-a-boo. He later places his fingers over the bird's nostrils and holds its beak closed while asking “Is this how you want to die?”
The cameraman is heard urging Mr. Foiles to kill the duck in a tone that suggests he doesn't think his antics are funny.