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The lessons these outdoorsmen learned after dealing with the worst the wild can conjure could save your life.
Q:Last Saturday, a 32 year old Indiana hunter named Tim Bowers fell sixteen feet from a tree stand. Bowers suffered a severe spinal injury that paralyzed him from his shoulders down. The Doctors said he will never breathe on his own again. Bowers was a newlywed in August and a father to be. In his hospital bed with his family by his side, he and his family asked the Doctors to remove the breathing tube and choose to die. I will post this sad story link in my first comment. Today the courts are allowing people to pull the plug on life support. What your opinion? Is life still precious when you can’t breathe on your own or can not move from your shoulders down? What would you do if it were you in that hospital bed that day with the same injures from a tree stand fall?
Q:Just a heads up for everybody! Don't forget to vote tomorrow on Election Day. Vote out the entire anti gun and anti hunting politicians. If you’re from California, Illinois or the northeastern states please get out and vote. It’s mandatory! When in doubt vote Republican! The Bambi Lovers and the anti gun radicals all vote.