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Hunters need to mind their manners

There’s an old joke about the guy who takes his wife elk hunting in Colorado.
They go in different directions to improve the chance of one of them getting a good shot, and the husband hears his wife’s gun fire, so he heads in that direction.
From a distance he hears she’s screaming at someone, so he picks up the pace.
As he burst through the brush he sees here, pointing her hunting rifle at a cowboy and hears the cowboy say: “OK, lady, it’s your elk. Just let me get my saddle off it!”
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