Fifteen seconds of Hell! -or- Karma came a-callin'!!

@jerzgirl (8037)
Gloucester City, New Jersey
December 3, 2008 2:29am CST
My son is a deer hunter. He just LOVES hunting. He gets to practice his accuracy skills plus he provides meat for the winter table. I used to love deer season, myself, because we'd get a nice lot of meat for the freezer (I didn't like helping clean, though). But, this man's adventure is something I would only wish on someone who is only out for the kill without regard for the food the animal provides. And, they do exist. My ex would stumble across deer that were killed and left to the elements because the only thing the hunter wanted was to kill. THAT'S the kind of hunter I would like this to happen to. and http://www.phillyburbs.com/pb-dyn/news/84-12022008-1630460.html Have you ever heard of anything like this happening? Can you imagine how frightening?? Please don't get political about hunting on this one. I'm not trying to start a debate. I already know there are differences of opinion on the subject. I'm only discussing the un-likeliness of this event taking place.
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@p1kef1sh (45640)
3 Dec 08
I have no objections to hunting but this made me smile. It's good to be reminded that we are not quite as God Almighty as we think we are Jerz. Why shouldn't the odd deer have his revenge. I almost wish the guy didn't have two shots left. But that of course would be unsporting! LOL
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• United States
3 Dec 08
scary i bet! you never really think a creature as skittish and docile seeming as the deer to turn violent. but your right about wishing things like that happened to the sport hunters (or whatever the jerks who just want the kill or just want the head to mount are called) i dont like hunting..well cause i dont like an animal to die, but that is life. hunting is just fine to me as long as the meat is used and not just left there to rot and no purpose other than trying to show how "manly" one can be. circle of life includes animals dieing so others can survive. course if i came across a hunter that was just out for the kill and heard he'd been attacked like that i might have a hard time managing to not point and laugh telling him he got a tiny bit of whats coming to him LOL!
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@Feona1962 (7527)
• United States
3 Dec 08
Wow!! He is very lucky...I just hope all the hunters are safe this season..
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@sid556 (31003)
• United States
4 Dec 08
Ya..that'd be Karma at it's best. Sorry but I just can't agree with the "hunting" thing. We raise animals that are raised for food. Deer, moose & bear are not in that category. I just don't see that we need to kill them for food. They are hunted for the sport and with any amount of luck...the hunter and his family actually likes the meat. I get it that most hunters do actually like the meat but then again, they also like steaks & pork, bacon...all raised for the purpose offood. If they really love deer meat..why not raise deer just the way you do cows & pigs etc,? I guess i'd understand it if a family were really poor and they hunted to feed the family but that is not the case here...it is a sport to go kill a deer. Most of the hunters are not "hurting for food" because the hunting licences are quite costly. Poor folks could not afford to hunt. It's all about the kill and the fact that they actually like the meat is the only thing that separates them.
@redkathy (3375)
• United States
4 Dec 08
I love venison and remember all too well deer season. One time in the wee hours of the morning I walked outside onto the back porch and smack dab into a deer hanging from the rafters YIKES that was a shocker. This is a bizarre yet believable story. Thanks for the good read
@fasttalker (2797)
• United States
3 Dec 08
Had to share this with my husband and two sons (all hunters). They hunt and we do use some of the venison which by the way I seen on the news that a family of four switching to venison rather than beef can save $1,000.00 per year on meat! Hunting for sport is ridiculous. My family of hunters take any excess meat to any local childrens home, city missions, soup kitchens etc. They are all extremely thankful to get it. There is no reason to just leave it to the elements. Too many people need it and yes there are people that it is necessary for them to kill their food! This particular deer just wanted to get a tiny bit of revenge ont he hunter! LOL