Friday, January 8, 2010

Friday Movie Night: Hits a little close to home

I'm taking a Hunter Education course with two of my kids. It's something I started as a kid, but then my dad took us to a family reunion the day of the test. I'm not obsessing about hunting or anything, but I've always wanted to just finish the course to say I did it. I'm weird that way.

But if the wildlife are as wild as Bugs and Daffy, I may never actually go hunting.

10 comments:

Pam said...

Well look at it this way. If the ecomony ever crashes completely you would be able to go get meat for your family. I guess I wouldn't mind shooting the animal it's just the next part that give ME the creeps. I hope I never have to do it.

Andrew said...

"Oh boy, wabbit twacks!" I love Bugs Bunny. What's more, most of the time Elmer looks like he's a third wheel or intruding on an argument he should not hear. LOL!

Nikia, May and da kids said...

I use to stay glued to the afternoon cartoons growing up while I did chores around my house. Bugs, Elmer Fudd, Pepe LePew, Tom and Jerry ... man I could go on forever.

Hunting? It's a lifestyle, right? If it's something you love, just do it. All things in moderation.

Wabbitt Twax = P

May

Sarah Bishop Jackson said...

Wabbitt season, duck season.........

Love it!

Good for you, Robyn.

Elaine said...

LOL! At least you'll have finished the course! ;)


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Lourie said...

Man that is what is wrong with kids today! All their cartoons have lessons in them. We had the best cartoons ever! Rabbit season! Duck season, fire! *BAM* hahaha.

Nicole said...

I love this one!!

T&JCrawford said...

Ok, I was looking at this and noticed your button on the right hand side that says "don't interrupt me when I'm talking to myself". I showed it to my husband and laughed. Then he said I should remember that. I said, "I talk to myself?" and he said, "Yeah and you always say I interrupt you." WELLLLLLL He is making reference to the fact that I have to have it quiet when I talk because my students talk and don't listen to me so I have learned to demand for silence when I talk. This applies in other communication because I do this on a daily basis. It is just second nature now that I will not continue talking until I have a chance to think in silence and then to continue talking. So when we are in a conversation about something important, I need quiet to talk. So I mention sometimes that I can't be interrupted because I lose my thoughts because students do this to me ALL THE FREAKING TIME!!!!! He thought it was funny. Hmmmm

Angi said...

I took hunter safety as a teenager. I loved it. Now as an adult my children have taken it. We are not big hunters but I wanted them to know the basics and to be safe if they ever are around weapons. Life is about learning all you can. (keep bugsy safe though.)

Andrew said...

Babelfish says the previous comment translates to "If plans no matter what for the victory and loss is the most important matter, then you lost......" I'm impressed you got a Chinese comment on your blog.