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16 thoughts on “Punctuation is important.”
“YOU didn`t built that”…… 🙂
……but Webster-Merriam did build a Dictionary? 🙂
Hmmmm. I wonder what the limit is on pedestrians?
depends on the type of pedestrian you’re hunting I expect….
And if they are on the walking path or in a crosswalk. I think jaywalkers are fair game – especially if they are texting…
indeed, I’d suggest no shooting poor bastards jaywalking or walking in the road because there IS no crosswalk, or sidewalk. If the stupid shits are in th e middle of a neighborhood and walking in the road down the main drag despite the sidwalks…happy hunting.
Wouldn’t that count as hunting a baited field?
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Do bicycle riders count?
Reminds me of this.
I wonder if you’re allowed to hunt pedestrians if they’re not using the walking trails?
Panda eats shoots and leaves.
Panda eats, shoot and leaves.
Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation
I should buy this book one day! LOL
What caliber for pedestrian?
Probably velodog depending on the neighborhood… (Was that my outside voice?)
Yuck, *pedestrian?* Dry, stringy, nasty — and no challenge to hunt, either; they’re not wily or fast or difficult to find.
While pedestrians are generally neither fast nor difficult to find, one can, on occasion, find one that is quite wily indeed, once he learns that he must take on one of two roles in the hunt: game or hunter…. 😉
This is one of the few situations where shooting a sign is actually civic-minded behavior. That sign needs a bullet hole in the lower right hand corner of the word “hunting” to serve as a period.
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