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Farley

I'm sorry, but I had to laugh at this

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MrSenarighi

"To survive, he drank dirty bayou water and ate a raw duck breast" He was only lost for 12 hours! Most people can survive for a week without food or water. What a pud. He is a lawyer though.

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lawdog

hey...

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Farley

Lawdog, didnt you just get back from Arkansas?? grin.gif

That's what I thought was so funny, "To Survive". I'd hate to take this guy on a trip to the BWCA. But I guess up there you are prepared to be lost for a few days. I bet the dog just sat there shaking his head in disbelief.

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lawdog

No never been to Arkansas thankfully! I really didn't get eating the raw duck breast at all either though I will admit that...

I just think that this was an unfortunate event and but for his keen legal mind and quick action to get the tighty whities out he might have perished and if nothing else, that would have sucked for the dog...

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This dude reminds me of a guy from New York I guided for up on Gull Lake near Brainerd....

We were trolling along the West side of the lake, the part that is state forest, he looks at me and asks..."How can you people live in such a wilderness?"....I was thinking to myself...buddy, if you want to see wilderness, I'll show ya wilderness, and this aint it!!!

Some people....lol...12 hours without eating and he needs to eat raw duck and drink water that he could get a disease from...lol

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