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That's just great...WNY has had this chapter for some time.How much is he donating...and is he rehabbing at OBD,or did he bail to his home town in Arizona for the week? 

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Very cool. If your hobby can help people in need, you cant get much better than that. 

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You can always donate deer. My husband has done it many times.

Here is the link to the NYS venison donation site. It will tell you where to drop off and who will process for free. Note that you do give up a deer tag even if donated.

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We have a program here in Eastern NC that my hunt club has participated in for several years. It's good for families that need a little help with food, the hunters and the deer herd believe it or not. 

48 minutes ago, Misterbluesky said:

That's just great...WNY has had this chapter for some time.How much is he donating...and is he rehabbing at OBD,or did he bail to his home town in Arizona for the week? 

 

He took Eddie Yarbrough hunting in WNY a couple days ago. 

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58 minutes ago, Augie said:

Very cool. If your hobby can help people in need, you cant get much better than that. 

He signed a 22.5 million dollar contract to play here for three years...he was out all summer and has been out the past few weeks,saw limited action before that.

 

The Food Bank of WNY could use some cash....even 50K out of his multi millions would be much,much more helpful than a bunch of that kind of meat...most kids thinks it's "icky".

39 minutes ago, Buffalo_Gal said:

You can always donate deer. My husband has done it many times.

Here is the link to the NYS venison donation site. It will tell you where to drop off and who will process for free. Note that you do give up a deer tag even if donated.

No different than what Murphy is doing...but your husband doesn't need a limelight.

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10 minutes ago, Misterbluesky said:

No different than what Murphy is doing...but your husband doesn't need a limelight.

 


My point is the program has been in place for many years. Any advertising to highlight the program is a good thing.

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13 minutes ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Well he’s definitely earned his contract now.  Character > production 

Congratulations.. you’re a douche bag

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22 minutes ago, Buffalo_Gal said:


My point is the program has been in place for many years. Any advertising to highlight the program is a good thing.

My point is 75% of WNY's know about this program and Murphy isn't gifting a thing ($$$).

21 minutes ago, CaptnCoke11 said:

Congratulations.. you’re a douche bag

Uncalled for...is Murphy going to the pro bowl???? He's been such a assest!!!

39 minutes ago, Matty the Dustmop said:

I d bet one of those chinese buffets would like one.

Deer..not stray cats.

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10 minutes ago, CaptnCoke11 said:

Congratulations.. you’re a douche bag

Settle down Sally.  Unlike what most people think, most guys in the nfl are good guys.  It’s great that a millionaire can donate leftovers from hero hunters to charity.  

 

Personally, I’d rather have more bang for his contract than 14 tackles, 3 sacks, and getting injured every other play.  Good guy, rather have a better football player.

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As an avid hunter I normally try to fill 3-4 tags a year, and once I fill my own fridge with one I try to get a few more to donate to local shelters. This is great pub for the program though. I normally average 48-60lbs of venison per a deer.

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4 minutes ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Settle down Sally.  Unlike what most people think, most guys in the nfl are good guys.  It’s great that a millionaire can donate leftovers from hero hunters to charity.  

 

Personally, I’d rather have more bang for his contract than 14 tackles, 3 sacks, and getting injured every other play.  Good guy, rather have a better football player.

Kinda sounds like you have a thing about hunting.

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8 minutes ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Settle down Sally.  Unlike what most people think, most guys in the nfl are good guys.  It’s great that a millionaire can donate leftovers from hero hunters to charity.  

 

Personally, I’d rather have more bang for his contract than 14 tackles, 3 sacks, and getting injured every other play.  Good guy, rather have a better football player.

 

So instead of allowing someone to post a feel good story about an athlete using his platform you need to bash his health and his contract?  That’s ridiculous man. Don’t be that guy. 

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2 minutes ago, PeterDude said:

Kinda sounds like you have a thing about hunting.

Eh, it’s whatever.  I hate some people pretend like it’s a sport.  It’s somethjng an emo kid who plays call of duty can do.  A real man would kill them with their bare hands or a tomahawk like our ancestors.  That’s real hunting.  

 

But I guess I’ve been jaded over the years.  I remember thinking how great JP was cleaning up up Buffalo.   It it matter more that he wasn’t a good qb. I want non scumbags who are good players.  Murphy is a great guy I’m sure but he has been disappointment as a player.

2 minutes ago, MarkAF43 said:

 

So instead of allowing someone to post a feel good story about an athlete using his platform you need to bash his health and his contract?  That’s ridiculous man. Don’t be that guy. 

You’re right. Could have chose a better topic.  He wasn’t a great FA signing.

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5 hours ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Eh, it’s whatever.  I hate some people pretend like it’s a sport.  It’s somethjng an emo kid who plays call of duty can do.  A real man would kill them with their bare hands or a tomahawk like our ancestors.  That’s real hunting.  

 

But I guess I’ve been jaded over the years.  I remember thinking how great JP was cleaning up up Buffalo.   It it matter more that he wasn’t a good qb. I want non scumbags who are good players.  Murphy is a great guy I’m sure but he has been disappointment as a player.

 

So you have no clue about the hours the average hunter puts into the season then?

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16 hours ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Eh, it’s whatever.  I hate some people pretend like it’s a sport.  It’s somethjng an emo kid who plays call of duty can do.  A real man would kill them with their bare hands or a tomahawk like our ancestors.  That’s real hunting.  

 

But I guess I’ve been jaded over the years.  I remember thinking how great JP was cleaning up up Buffalo.   It it matter more that he wasn’t a good qb. I want non scumbags who are good players.  Murphy is a great guy I’m sure but he has been disappointment as a player.

You’re right. Could have chose a better topic.  He wasn’t a great FA signing.

 

EMO? You're lost in time a bit there dude...

 

Not everyone can be successful at hunting, especially bow hunting. It's quite challenging.

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I've killed 5 deer driving to work.  Where do I donate them?

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On 11/15/2018 at 6:26 PM, Misterbluesky said:

He signed a 22.5 million dollar contract to play here for three years...he was out all summer and has been out the past few weeks,saw limited action before that.

 

The Food Bank of WNY could use some cash....even 50K out of his multi millions would be much,much more helpful than a bunch of that kind of meat...most kids thinks it's "icky".

The most roundabout way to donate money haha but it's better than nothing.. I guess. I donate deer cause it's a pain to do anything else with it. Too lazy. I just buy venison the next day and pretend it's my deer.

 

9 hours ago, Mr. WEO said:

I've killed 5 deer driving to work.  Where do I donate them?

I'd pocket the money to get a new car hahaha.

 

Or are you donating scrap metal. Now that's a real charity. 

 

Are there really that many deer up there? We gotta give up an arm and leg to legally kill em. Cause.. they're not trashing our backyards and eating everybody's garden enough in Texas. They SUCK and will run straight into my stopped car full speed for no reason, break their necks, and hobble off to die with my car body just wrecked. $2000 body work. Thanks for killing yourself on my car multiple times deer.

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On 11/15/2018 at 7:38 PM, CaptnCoke11 said:

Congratulations.. you’re a douche bag

It was kinda funny tho... 

 

or how about, ‘but he strained his hamstring getting out of the tree stand and is out 2-4 weeks...?’

 

Good cause,  glad he’s having fun deer hunting and benefiting others with his spoils... hope he’s not faking the injury because it’s hunting season just to get out of work 🤓

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13 hours ago, PeterDude said:

 

EMO? You're lost in time a bit there dude...

 

Not everyone can be successful at hunting, especially bow hunting. It's quite challenging.

China and India are overpopulated, why not try out your sweet bow hunting skills on something that can fight back?

 

I’m sure it is quite challenging to sit in the cold, and fling sharp objects an unsuspecting herbivores just trying to survive.  

 

Do you use a hand crafted long bow and arrows like the natives who once depended on these animals for survival did? Is there no supermarket near you hunters, where you can purchase meat that was actually slaughtered in an atleast somewhat “humane” fashion?   I mean could you imagine how painful is must be to be speared, and worst of all, for sport? And the deer definitely FEEL it, because, ya know, nerve endings and what not...

 

Sorry, I’m gonna catch ***** for this but idgaf, hunting is literally the most primitive “hobby” one could have, and if you are killing animals for sport you likely are in need of intense psycho-therapy.  If it were the 1800’s and you needed hides and meat to survive the winter, that’s one thing... but you’re going to go cause an innocent animal some painful, traumatic death because you like the way it tastes? Or you just like killing it?  Yeah, that seems completely normal...  

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12 minutes ago, ThunderGun said:

China and India are overpopulated, why not try out your sweet bow hunting skills on something that can fight back?

 

I’m sure it is quite challenging to sit in the cold, and fling sharp objects an unsuspecting herbivores just trying to survive.  

 

Do you use a hand crafted long bow and arrows like the natives who once depended on these animals for survival did? Is there no supermarket near you hunters, where you can purchase meat that was actually slaughtered in an atleast somewhat “humane” fashion?   I mean could you imagine how painful is must be to be speared, and worst of all, for sport? And the deer definitely FEEL it, because, ya know, nerve endings and what not...

 

Sorry, I’m gonna catch ***** for this but idgaf, hunting is literally the most primitive “hobby” one could have, and if you are killing animals for sport you likely are in need of intense psycho-therapy.  If it were the 1800’s and you needed hides and meat to survive the winter, that’s one thing... but you’re going to go cause an innocent animal some painful, traumatic death because you like the way it tastes? Or you just like killing it?  Yeah, that seems completely normal...  

Interesting take....so by this I assume that you do not eat meat?

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