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Monday, April 02, 2012

Trapperman.com — Getting Rid of Them Treehuggers One by One

Us folks here at Trapperman.com are gearing up to celebrate the one-year anniversary.  And you know which anniversary I’m talking about, don’t you.  It’s almost a year since them filthy wolves got taken off that commie Endangered Species list.  Once again, America is a Free Country where men can take to the woods with their loaded penises — er, ahem, guns — and start firing away at those nasty critters.

And you know what’s even more fun? Setting traps for them foul creatures and the trap don’t kill the critter right away and you get to stand there and watch the thing twist and suffer in agony.  Oh Lordy I’m gittin’ me a hard-on just thinkin’ about it.

Some of them animal rights treehuggin’ PETA sissies is givin’ us a hard time, especially that there animal-hugging group that calls itself Footloose Montana.  They been whining about one of our photos, a wolf dying real slow like in one of our traps, or somethin’.  They been complaining and trying to get us in trouble, so I sent them an e-mail.  This is what I done said:

“I would like to donate a gun to your childs head to make sure you can watch it die slowly so I can have my picture taken with it's bleeding dying screaming for mercy body.”

Yeah!  Did I tell ‘em good or what.  I’m a pretty mean sumbitch when I’m sittin’ here hiding behind my e-mail thingie.

If you hate animals and treehuggers as much as we do, you’re welcome to join us.  If you ain’t sure, you can check out these here pictures of some of us:

And here.

Us mountain men in the northwest are about the last Real Men left in this Godforsaken country.  And we aim to keep it that way.  This is The Lord’s Paradise.  Wild critters are only good for one thing — target practice.  And most of the people up here is White.

Yup, I did say “most.”  But we’re workin’ on it.

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Anonymous Screamin' Mimi said...

Tom, thank you so much for posting about this. This is a horrible thing, an issue everyone needs to hear about.

These noble creatures have been persecuted for generations, as long as man has had guns and no morals. We should be evolving past this kind of cruelty, but apparently not.

Thank you for highlighting this issue.

April 2, 2012 at 10:48 PM  
Blogger Randal Graves said...

Sure, werewolves are a danger, but what about vampires, the much more numerous zombie?

April 3, 2012 at 2:11 AM  
Anonymous Carlos said...

"Our goal is to keep the sport of trapping alive..."

Sport? Really? That's about as much a sport as poker, which sports networks inexplicably feel obligated to cover.

April 3, 2012 at 2:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These trappers are living proof why predators are unpopular


April 3, 2012 at 9:03 AM  
Blogger S.W. Anderson said...

Wolves around populated areas are a danger. When necessary, hunting them is the more humane way. As you point out so graphically, though, trapping is just cruel.

I've always believed that humans who can't muster any compassion for animals aren't to be trusted where other humans are concerned. Sooner or later their cruel side will come out against people, too.

April 3, 2012 at 11:36 AM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

SM: I agree, these are horrible people. Maybe the Biblehumpers are right about evolution. These inbred knuckledragging trappers and "hunters" sure haven't evolved much.

Randal: Werewolverines are even scarier.

Carlos: You're right, not much of a sport.

Erik: And they're the most savage of all the predators.

SW: No doubt the "hunters" mentioned in that article are just as cruel and despicable to other people as they are to animals.

April 3, 2012 at 6:36 PM  
Blogger deanminor35 said...

All of you goddamn anti trappers need to F... off and die.preferably where them "noble creatures" can eat your dead rotting flesh. so f...ing sick of u do good f..ks!!!!!

April 22, 2012 at 7:51 AM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

deanminor35: Fuck your mother with a nail-studded dildo. And tell all of your fellow inbred knuckledraggers to do the same.

April 22, 2012 at 12:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trapping is not evil or bad. It is a widely excepted method of animal population control, predator control, and damage prevention or removing animals that have already caused damage. I have trapped beavers for the state that have caused hundreds of thousands of dollars of road damage. Trapped coyotes that have killed live stock animals and household pets. I have successfully released animals for G&F inspection and data gathering then released without harm using leg holds. It is all about proper trap sizing, placement, and how often you check your traps. As a hunter and trapper I respect all animals and only take game I need for food and when trapping I release all females and only take what the area can handle to give up. Before condemning something you may not fully understand find a trapper to talk to, go to a state association meeting listen and ask questions.

April 29, 2012 at 8:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Before insulting trappers and hunters alike one should look at the impact they have on wildlife before condemning the actions of others. Suburban sprawl and human encroachment is the main culprit to blame in reduction in our wildlife resources. The homes and habit of many animals that are on the endangered species list are a direct consequence of human population growth. I ask all the self righteous anti folks to hold there breath for at least 30 minutes. It is the least you can do for the animals you aim to protect. I am a trapper and hunter. Professionally I hold a B.A. in Forestry with a minor in Wildlife Conservation. I invite any of the "tree huggers" to a debate on wildlife and what is best for there well being. I am directly involved with an otter reintroduction program that has placed otter in areas where they have not existed for over 100 years. Guess what, I use leg hold traps to catch otter for this reintroduction program. What have you done for wildlife other than rant about how hunters and trappers are backwoods knuckledragging inbreed hicks???

June 2, 2012 at 7:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm glad to see someone on here is educated on the subject. Myself, trapping has been a huge part if my life and to hear rants about it from people who do not understand it is unbearable

June 4, 2012 at 5:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trapping is a way of life.

June 5, 2012 at 6:23 PM  

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