October 20, 2014

One Pretty Big Moose

This moose was shot in Alaska on September 12, 2006, by Chuck Winters north of the Arctic Circle.
1500 bull moose shot in Alaska
Winters poses with the bull moose. Winters said the moose weighed 1,500 pounds.
Photo courtesy of Shawn Stephan

The moose’s spread measure 66 inches and a green measurement might get him in the top 10 in Boone and Crockett.

Read the whole story here.

Tom Remington

  • Joe Tommington

    Good fucking bull

  • derrick burgess

    how wide is that awesome bull

  • youdumbass

    you ignorant piece of shit. Who the hell do you think you are hunting animals? They have just the same rights as living as you do (mind you, you should be shot and killed as well). People like you make me sick and i wish all of you can be sent out in the wild and hunted and killed as well. You are disgusting and a disgrace to the human race and this is one of the reasons why many animals have gone extinct because of ignorant and selfish people like yourself. I am utterly disgusted and i hope this makes you think twice of the next time you go hunting and kill another life.

    thank you

  • Greg Farber

    But the wolves Coyotes Bears Cougers and illegal immigrants and crack heads on welfare can kill what ever they want.

  • youdumbass

    did i ever say that i thought that was acceptable?
    and where do you come out of life?
    why did your mom spread her legs open and give birth to you ?

  • Greg Farber

    Actually you said nothing at all and showed your ignorance and incapability of any logical thought process, another mad mental midget with a keyboard, get back to your porn and shut up..

  • youdumbass

    you’re pathetic, go get a soul.

  • Greg Farber

    God, “In wisdom made [it] all, the earth is full of [his] creatures. There is the sea, vast and spacious, teeming with creatures beyond number – living things both large and small… When [he] send[s] [his] Spirit, they are created and you renew the earth” dO YOU SEE WHAT YOU HAVE DONE.
    why is your life more important than this bulls?
    what makes you think that you have the right
    this is horrible
    is it fun to see something die?
    cruel and miserable

  • Greg Farber CONTINUED

    Bull moose, the other line deleted

  • Greg Farber

    Which perverted Bible did you get this quote from..? The two above posts are not mine but those of a fraud to cowardly to stand on their own soap box and proudly display their own name over their personal belief..So they use fake names and steal names belonging to others…You will never project your belief system as credible in this cowardly fashion you resort to. As well you are quoting from a Biblical edited Perversion likely from Rome..

  • Greg Farber

    Actually, if you had an education you would know that square brackets are used to make a quote implicable in any context.
    Which bible do you think i got it from? The holy bible dumbass
    cowardly fashion? do you think that your the only person in the world with this name? nevertheless i feel ashamed to share a name with someone who is so closed off to other opinions and ignorant to the world around them
    check the yellow pages; there you will find precisely 26 others ranging in the United states alone so i would revoke the comment if i were you
    I think you should just stop replying because quite frankly your pathetic
    Good Day

  • George

    Your quoting scripture out of context. Typical mistake for the unregenerate. Human heart. It is also a sin to add words or take words away from the God inspired scripture.

    PSALM 104: 24 O LORD, how manifold are thy works! in wisdom hast thou made them all: the earth is full of thy riches.

    2 5So is this great and wide sea, wherein are things creeping innumerable, both small and great beasts.

    Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary on the Bible
    104:1-9 Every object we behold calls on us to bless and praise the Lord, who is great. His eternal power and Godhead are clearly shown by the things which he hath made. God is light, and in him is no darkness at all. The Lord Jesus, the Son of his love, is the Light of the world.

    104:10-18 When we reflect upon the provision made for all creatures, we should also notice the natural worship they render to God. Yet man, forgetful ungrateful man, enjoys the largest measure of his Creator’s kindness. the earth, varying in different lands. Nor let us forget spiritual blessings; the fruitfulness of the church through grace, the bread of everlasting life, the cup of salvation, and the oil of gladness. Does God provide for the inferior creatures, and will he not be a refuge to his people?

    104:19-30 We are to praise and magnify God for the constant succession of day and night. And see how those are like to the wild beasts, who wait for the twilight, and have fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness. Does God listen to the language of mere nature, even in ravenous creatures, and shall he not much more interpret favourably the language of grace in his own people, though weak and broken groanings which cannot be uttered? There is the work of every day, which is to be done in its day, which man must apply to every morning, and which he must continue in till evening; it will be time enough to rest when the night comes, in which no man can work. The psalmist wonders at the works of God. The works of art, the more closely they are looked upon, the more rough they appear; the works of nature appear more fine and exact. They are all made in wisdom, for they all answer the end they were designed to serve. Every spring is an emblem of the resurrection, when a new world rises, as it were, out of the ruins of the old one. But man alone lives beyond death. When the Lord takes away his breath, his soul enters on another state, and his body will be raised, either to glory or to misery. May the Lord send forth his Spirit, and new-create our souls to holiness.

    104:31-35 Man’s glory is fading; God’s glory is everlasting: creatures change, but with the Creator there is no variableness. And if mediation on the glories of creation be so sweet to the soul, what greater glory appears to the enlightened mind, when contemplating the great work of redemption! There alone can a sinner perceive ground of confidence and joy in God. While he with pleasure upholds all, governs all, and rejoices in all his works, let our souls, touched by his grace, meditate on and praise him.

  • Greg F Farber

    The 1611KJV certainly does not preach Pantheism…As well the care taking of animals for mans use is plainly stated, and no one here condones wiping them out as you insist. The ESA is causing loss of jobs, no food, and no water rights for farming…You believe the human and a rock are equal, I am above the rock and all wild things.. FASCISM apparently suits you.

    Greg F Farber – Idaho .

  • George

    I know your insanely intelligent. That’s why I don’t believe your claim that you think your above the Rock. Wild things sure. But surely not the rock?

    Don’t give me anymore of that mistake riddled 1611KJV mumbo jumbo either. The mistakes have been identified and corrected. Outside of the Apostate Catholic Church! I don’t know of any True Bible Believing Congregation that even struggles with the old KJV. It’s a good reference for study some of the old timers understand the antique language. But if you want to interest new believers It’s better to handle a modern version of scripture. Making use of a good Bible Lexicon to verify Scripture using Scripture.

    Rock is a very strong and durable substance. You can go outside and pick up a rock that could be many millions of years old. Rock well suits, as far as physical substances can go, the analogy of a strong and an eternal spirit being. The term is used extensively through The Bible:

    * “There is none Holy like The Lord, there is none besides Thee; there is no Rock like our God.” (1 Samuel 2:2 RSV)

    * “my God, my Rock, in Whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold and my refuge, my Savior; Thou savest me from violence.” (2 Samuel 22:3 RSV)

    * “To Thee, O Lord, I call; my Rock” (Psalm 28:1 RSV)

    * “Thou art my Father, my God, and the Rock of my salvation.” (Psalm 89:26 RSV)

    * “O come, let us sing to The Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the Rock of our salvation! ” (Psalm 95:1 RSV)

    * “And in the days of those kings the God of heaven will set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed, nor shall its sovereignty be left to another people. It shall break in pieces all these kingdoms and bring them to an end, and it shall stand for ever; just as you saw that a stone [NIV Rock] was cut from a mountain by no human hand, and that it broke in pieces the iron, the bronze, the clay, the silver, and the gold. A great God has made known to the king what shall be hereafter. The dream is certain, and its interpretation sure.” (Daniel 2:44-45 RSV) (see Daniel’s Statue and Feet Of Iron And Clay. Also, The Return Of Jesus Christ and The Place To Watch)

    Would you care to rephrase your last?

  • Greg F Farber

    George your referring to the Old Testament King James, and that books five thousand errors, not the 1611 NKJV . As well Pantheism is to worship the rock we live on, a false idol, environmentalism. We are in charge of wild things, as Stewards as God commanded, I worship our King in Heaven, not the rock we stand on. I stand on my comment and my belief.

    Don’t confuse me with the imitation using the identical name..

    Greg F Farber – Idaho

  • George

    I thought as much. I don’t practice many “isms” In fact none come to mind. I just wanted you to straighten out that comment for me. Your response was exactly what I was hoping for. And Exactly what I thought you would say. Peace to you. How could anyone who’s been in here any length of time mistake the Original Greg for someone else?

    For centuries prior to 1611, Latin was the only scholarly language in Europe. The Latin Vulgate translation of Jerome, based upon a corrupt Alexandrian Text, was the “official” text of the powerful Roman Catholic Church.

    Protestant translators sometimes did not have access to all of the Received Greek Official Text, and being familiar with the Vulgate, they sometimes put words into their translations based upon the Latin which were never there in the original Greek. Schaff points out that in about 80 places in the New Testament, the KJV adopts Latin readings not found in the Greek. Erasmus had a corrupt, incomplete text of Revelation to work from, and hence this book has many errors in the KJV.

    The King James translators did a marvelous job with the materials they had.

  • George

    The very first year the “Authorized” Version (KJV) was printed, it went through several quick changes due to errors. A careful review KJV Bibles with the date 1611 on them revealed they were not all identical. One 1611 printing contained “and he went into the city” in Ruth 3:15 while another 1611 had “and she went into the city.” Another 1611 printing had “Judas” for “Jesus” in Mat. 26:36. It came to be known as the “Judas Bible.” Many other such errors occurred throughout the printing of the King James Version over the centuries. Below is a list of some of the more humorous blunders contained in KJV printings.

    (1) 1611, Great “He” Bible, (Ruth 3:15, “and he went into the city.”)
    (2) 1611, Great “She” Bible, (Ruth 3:15), “and she went into the city.”)
    (3) 1611, “Judas” Bible, (Mat. 26:36, “Judas” for “Jesus.”)
    (4) 1631, “Wicked” Bible, (Ex. 20:14, omits the “not.”)
    (5) 1638, “Forgotten Sins” Bible, (Luke 7:47).
    (6) 1641, “More Sea” Bible, (Rev. 21:1, “There was more sea.”)
    (7) 1653, “Unrighteous” or Field’s Bible, (1 Cor. 6:9, “unrighteous shall inherit.”)
    (8) 1702, “Printers” Bible, (Ps. 119:161, “Printers have persecuted.”)
    (9) 1711, “Profit” Bible, (Isa. 57:12, “shall profit” instead of “shall not profit.”)
    (10) 1716, “Sin On” Bible, (John 5:14, “sin on more” for “sin no more.”)
    (11) 1717, “Vinegar” Bible, (Luke 20, “parable of the Vinegar” instead of “Vineyard.”
    (12) 1746, “Sting” Bible, (Mark 7:37, “sting of his tongue” not “string.”
    (13) 1792, “Denial” Bible, (Lk. 22:34, Philip denies Jesus instead of Peter.
    (14) 1801, “Murderers” Bible, (Jude 1:16, “murderers” used instead of “murmurers.”
    (15) 1802, “Discharge” Bible, (1 Tim. 5:21, “I discharge” instead of “I charge.”
    (16) 1804, “Lions” Bible, (1 Kings 7:19, “out of thy lions” instead of “loins.”
    (17) 1805, “To-Remain” Bible, (Gal. 4:29, “to remain” inserted instead of a comma.
    (18) 1806, “Standing Fishes” Bible, (Ezek. 47:10, “the fishes shall stand” instead of “fishers.”
    (19) 1807, “Ears to ear” Bible, (Mat. 13:43, “ears to ear” instead of “to hear.”
    (20) 1810, “Wife-Hater” Bible, (Lk. 14:26, “hate not . . . and his own wife” instead of “life.”)
    (21) 1823, “Camels” Bible, (Gen. 24:61, “Rebekah arose, and her camels” instead of “damsels.”
    (22) 1829, “Large Family” Bible, (Isa. 66:9, “not cease to bring to birth” instead of “not cause to bring forth.”
    (23) undated, “Fool” Bible, Psalm 14:1, “The fool hath said in his heart there is a God” instead of “there is no God.”

    Many people do not realize how many times the King James Bible has been changed in some form or another. There have been changes made in the KJV in the following years: 1613, 1616, 1617, 1618, 1629, 1630, 1633, 1634, 1637, 1638, 1640, 1642, 1653, 1659, 1675, 1679, 1833, 1896, 1904.

    All of the above changes retained the original name. However, in recent times, in additions to changes being made in the text, even the very name of the Bible has changed. Few people realize that all these Bible Versions listed below are nothing more than revisions of the original 1611 King James Version

    Revised Version
    American Version
    Revised Standard Version
    American Standard Version
    New Revised Standard Version
    New American Standard Version
    King James Version II (KJII) (renamed to Literal Translation of the Holy Bible)
    King James for the 21st Century (KJ21)
    King James 2000 (KJ2000)
    The Literal Translation of the Holy Bible (LITV) (formerly named King James II)
    Modern King James Version (MKJV)
    New King James Version (NKJV)
    Revised Authorised Version (RAV) (British edition of the NKJV)
    Revised King James New Testament (RKJV)
    The Third Millennium Bible (TMB)
    Updated King James Version (UKJV)

    There have even been “updates” (more revisions) of some of the revised versions of the King James Version, the New American Standard Version being an example.

    So then the most “Inerrant” English Bible translation, according to the KJV-only fundamentalists, is actually the most changed and revised version on the market. How ironic! It would actually be hilarious were it not for the fact that we are dealing with the most important book in the world.

    The tragic side of all these changes, revisions and updates of the Version that has held sway over most of the English-speaking world for several centuries is that the most corrupt part of this Bible translation, the very heart of it, has been left relatively unchanged. The foundational Greek text used to translate the New Testament portion of the KJV was NOT the best Greek text. Using an English form that appealed to the highly educated rather than the common people was NOT in accordance with the forms of the original languages of the scriptures.

    The Greek of the New Testament, for example, was Koine Greek (common street Greek), NOT Classical Greek. For some time, when Bible scholars were reading the Greek New Testament, they thought they were reading a divine Greek because it was different from the Classical Greek. But as they uncovered more ancient Greek writings coming from the common people, they realized the Greek text of the Christian Scriptures, was not some Holy special Greek at all, it was everyday conversational Greek of the common people. That’s what God used 2,000 years ago and that’s what a modern English translation should sound like – like average people speaking as they normally would. The King James Bible didn’t serve that purpose in 1611 and it does not serve that purpose today. It was archaic and too formal in 1611 and it is even more archaic and formal today. Scores of words in that version have dropped from use or have changed in meaning so drastically that sometimes the verse has taken on the opposite meaning since 1611. The word “let” for example today has the meaning of “to allow.” But in 1611, it often had the meaning “to prevent or restrain.” For example, 2 Thess. 2:7: “For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way.” In this verse, the text actually means he is restraining, not actually allowing as one would read in modern English.

    The very first year the “Authorized” Version (KJV) was printed, it went through several quick changes due to errors. A careful review KJV Bibles with the date 1611 on them revealed they were not all identical. One 1611 printing contained “and he went into the city” in Ruth 3:15 while another 1611 had “and she went into the city.” Another 1611 printing had “Judas” for “Jesus” in Mat. 26:36. It came to be known as the “Judas Bible.” Many other such errors occurred throughout the printing of the King James Version over the centuries. Below is a list of some of the more humorous blunders contained in KJV printings.

    (1) 1611, Great “He” Bible, (Ruth 3:15, “and he went into the city.”)
    (2) 1611, Great “She” Bible, (Ruth 3:15), “and she went into the city.”)
    (3) 1611, “Judas” Bible, (Mat. 26:36, “Judas” for “Jesus.”)
    (4) 1631, “Wicked” Bible, (Ex. 20:14, omits the “not.”)
    (5) 1638, “Forgotten Sins” Bible, (Luke 7:47).
    (6) 1641, “More Sea” Bible, (Rev. 21:1, “There was more sea.”)
    (7) 1653, “Unrighteous” or Field’s Bible, (1 Cor. 6:9, “unrighteous shall inherit.”)
    (8) 1702, “Printers” Bible, (Ps. 119:161, “Printers have persecuted.”)
    (9) 1711, “Profit” Bible, (Isa. 57:12, “shall profit” instead of “shall not profit.”)
    (10) 1716, “Sin On” Bible, (John 5:14, “sin on more” for “sin no more.”)
    (11) 1717, “Vinegar” Bible, (Luke 20, “parable of the Vinegar” instead of “Vineyard.”
    (12) 1746, “Sting” Bible, (Mark 7:37, “sting of his tongue” not “string.”
    (13) 1792, “Denial” Bible, (Lk. 22:34, Philip denies Jesus instead of Peter.
    (14) 1801, “Murderers” Bible, (Jude 1:16, “murderers” used instead of “murmurers.”
    (15) 1802, “Discharge” Bible, (1 Tim. 5:21, “I discharge” instead of “I charge.”
    (16) 1804, “Lions” Bible, (1 Kings 7:19, “out of thy lions” instead of “loins.”
    (17) 1805, “To-Remain” Bible, (Gal. 4:29, “to remain” inserted instead of a comma.
    (18) 1806, “Standing Fishes” Bible, (Ezek. 47:10, “the fishes shall stand” instead of “fishers.”
    (19) 1807, “Ears to ear” Bible, (Mat. 13:43, “ears to ear” instead of “to hear.”
    (20) 1810, “Wife-Hater” Bible, (Lk. 14:26, “hate not . . . and his own wife” instead of “life.”)
    (21) 1823, “Camels” Bible, (Gen. 24:61, “Rebekah arose, and her camels” instead of “damsels.”
    (22) 1829, “Large Family” Bible, (Isa. 66:9, “not cease to bring to birth” instead of “not cause to bring forth.”
    (23) undated, “Fool” Bible, Psalm 14:1, “The fool hath said in his heart there is a God” instead of “there is no God.”

    Many people do not realize how many times the King James Bible has been changed in some form or another. There have been changes made in the KJV in the following years: 1613, 1616, 1617, 1618, 1629, 1630, 1633, 1634, 1637, 1638, 1640, 1642, 1653, 1659, 1675, 1679, 1833, 1896, 1904.

    All of the above changes retained the original name. However, in recent times, in additions to changes being made in the text, even the very name of the Bible has changed. Few people realize that all these Bible Versions listed below are nothing more than revisions of the original 1611 King James Version

    Revised Version
    American Version
    Revised Standard Version
    American Standard Version
    New Revised Standard Version
    New American Standard Version
    King James Version II (KJII) (renamed to Literal Translation of the Holy Bible)
    King James for the 21st Century (KJ21)
    King James 2000 (KJ2000)
    The Literal Translation of the Holy Bible (LITV) (formerly named King James II)
    Modern King James Version (MKJV)
    New King James Version (NKJV)
    Revised Authorised Version (RAV) (British edition of the NKJV)
    Revised King James New Testament (RKJV)
    The Third Millennium Bible (TMB)
    Updated King James Version (UKJV)

    There have even been “updates” (more revisions) of some of the revised versions of the King James Version, the New American Standard Version being an example.

    So then the most “Inerrant” English Bible translation, according to the KJV-only fundamentalists, is actually the most changed and revised version on the market. How ironic! It would actually be hilarious were it not for the fact that we are dealing with the most important book in the world.

    The tragic side of all these changes, revisions and updates of the Version that has held sway over most of the English-speaking world for several centuries is that the most corrupt part of this Bible translation, the very heart of it, has been left relatively unchanged. The foundational Greek text used to translate the New Testament portion of the KJV was NOT the best Greek text. Using an English form that appealed to the highly educated rather than the common people was NOT in accordance with the forms of the original languages of the scriptures.

    The Greek of the New Testament, for example, was Koine Greek (common street Greek), NOT Classical Greek. For some time, when Bible scholars were reading the Greek New Testament, they thought they were reading a divine Greek because it was different from the Classical Greek. But as they uncovered more ancient Greek writings coming from the common people, they realized the Greek text of the Christian Scriptures, was not some Holy special Greek at all, it was everyday conversational Greek of the common people. That’s what God used 2,000 years ago and that’s what a modern English translation should sound like – like average people speaking as they normally would. The King James Bible didn’t serve that purpose in 1611 and it does not serve that purpose today. It was archaic and too formal in 1611 and it is even more archaic and formal today. Scores of words in that version have dropped from use or have changed in meaning so drastically that sometimes the verse has taken on the opposite meaning since 1611. The word “let” for example today has the meaning of “to allow.” But in 1611, it often had the meaning “to prevent or restrain.” For example, 2 Thess. 2:7: “For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way.” In this verse, the text actually means he is restraining, not actually allowing as one would read in modern English.

    By Gary Amirault

  • Greg Farber

    I would like to thank you for replying in such a fashion that shows your complete and udder ignorance
    I am sinning? is it not a sin to kill another living thing?\
    Furthermore, i did not change whole words i displaced the grammar
    before you get all righteous on me, consider what you are referring to
    I honestly dont believe i need to reply to this thread any longer because i have gotten the point across on how horrible this picture is; and gotten you thinking about your beliefs
    By taking this time to reply i have undoubtubly made you consider yourself
    Why else would you have taken so much time to reply thinking so carefuly about your response
    Even though I’m pretty sure you don’t have anything better to do in your lonely selfish life
    and consequently as an added bonus i have simply HELPED acknowledge your ignorance
    think twice before you say something

  • Frank McKenzie

    God bless Greg Farber,
    Thank the heavens there are people like you out there in this cruel world.
    Without you, and the many people like you, the existance of Earth would have ended long ago.
    This is why we must show those who have wandered off God’s path in the right direction and i think you are a perfect image of that, brightening the eyes of these sinners.

    God Speed.

  • Greg Farber

    I thank you so much for your kind words
    it’s nice to know that there are some people with the holy spirit within
    but i dont do it for recognition
    i do it so that people like you and myself can live a happy and prosperous life
    because we know that in due course everyone will have to face the Lords questioning
    if you know what i mean
    thankyou and bless you

  • Greg F Farber

    Ah that’s so sweet, and Lucifer will reward you well for your pantheism tooooo…you know worship and putting the animals above mankind and mother earth as a false idol ha ha.. its Ghia baby…

  • Greg F Farber

    Pass me that plate of MOOSE RIB-EYES Dude, I’m starved..

  • Greg F Farber

    This is just sad
    i feel bad for you
    sitting at your house infront of the computer eating away your lonely and selfish life
    hey ‘dude’ im sure you dont need the extra weight
    then again pants are made with elastic for the “larger” fellows
    how am i putting animals above mankind?
    im worshipping God’s will not to disrespect or kill God’s creation
    subsequently meaning that I am worshipping God above all else
    idiot

  • George

    At the request of the White House, Georgetown University covered up
    all the symbols in Gaston Hall, before the Great Man spoke,
    including IHS, the millennia-old monogram for the name of Jesus
    Christ.

    Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, had adopted
    the monogram in his seal and it became an emblem of the Jesuit order.

    When it comes to rendering unto Caesar, Georgetown is not going to
    be outshone by Notre Dame, which stole a march by offering the
    nation’s avatar of abortion a doctorate of laws degree, honoris
    causa.

    Actually, it is regrettable the IHS in Gaston Hall was not covered
    up in shame the first week of Lent. For that week Georgetown’s
    feminist and homosexual clubs, such as GU Pride, put on a Gomorrah
    festival about alternative lifestyles called “Sex Positive Week.”

    Monday, according to The Newman Club, featured a speaker for Black
    Rose, which “provides a forum for many different expressions of
    power in love and play. This can include dominance & submission,
    bondage and discipline, fetishism, cross-dressing, to name a few.”

    Ash Wednesday’s talk was “Torn About Porn,” advertised as a
    “discussion about arguably alternative forms of pornography that
    are not supposed to be exploitative, but rather radical and
    empowering.”

    Saturday’s talk was by a pornographic film director and was titled
    “Relationships Beyond Monogamy.”

    At Loyola of Chicago that week, the Student Diversity and Cultural
    Affairs Office presented “Brother to Brother,” a film the Newman
    Society reports, about “a homosexual African-American who is
    transported in time to cavort with the allegedly homosexual
    Langston Hughes.”

    The movie is said to be part of “a semester-long ‘Color of Queer
    Film Series,’ sponsored by the university.”

    At Catholic Seattle University, that first week of Lent was
    “Transgender Awareness Week,” featuring a “session on allegedly
    transgender Bible heroes and heroines and ‘Criss-Cross Day’ where
    students are encouraged to ‘come dressed for the day in your best
    gender-bending outfit.”

    This is surely anecdotal evidence to confirm Newsweek in the
    conclusion reached in its cover story of Holy Week, “The End of
    Christian America.”

    Indeed, not only are many once-Catholic colleges and universities
    now wandering in what Pope Benedict XVI calls a “desert of
    godlessness,” Catholic belief and practice are not remotely what
    they were before Vatican II. Where three-fourth of Catholics
    attended mass weekly in the 1950s, today it is one-fourth. A third
    of all Catholics raised in the Faith have fallen away.

    One in ten American adults is a lapsed Catholic. Catholicism’s
    quarter of the population is maintained only by mass immigration
    and, secondarily, by conversions.

    Self-identified Christians in the United States have fallen from 86
    percent of the population in 1990 to 76 percent today. Those who
    say they have no religion have doubled as a share of the nation
    from 8 to 16 percent. Where 69 percent of Americans said we are a
    Christian country in 1990, only 62 percent say that today.

    America is being systematically de-Christianized and secularized.

    For the social, moral and cultural revolution of the 1960s, rooted
    in non- and anti-Christian beliefs and values, has captured the
    culture, and converted many of the young. Among Americans 18 to 29,
    a fourth profess to be atheist, agnostic, or of no religious faith.

    The figure is surely higher among the college young.

    Second reason for the triumph of secularism is that it long ago
    captured the Supreme Court. Since the Everson decision of 1947,
    justices have expunged Christianity and all its books and symbols
    from the public square and public schools.

    Voluntary prayer, the Ten Commandments, Bible reading, Christmas
    plays and carols, Nativity scenes, Easter vacation, before-game
    prayers, benedictions at graduations — all have been ordered
    terminated by unelected judges — against the will of the majority.

    Abortion on demand, too, was imposed by judicial fiat.

    Thus, as America ceases to be a Christian country, it is ceasing to
    be a democratic one.

    Consider. In every referendum in 16 states, where homosexual
    marriage has been on the ballot, majorities ranging from 52 to 86
    percent have voted to outlaw it as an absurdity and an abomination.

    Yet, in Massachusetts, California and Iowa, unelected judges have
    imposed it, as they will in other states, regardless of what the
    people want or how the people vote. For secularism has become the
    established religion of the American state and judges are the high
    priests of the new order.

    Yet, one wonders if they know what lies at the end of the road upon
    which they have set the nation.

    For five decades, Americans resisted Godless Communism. If they
    come to realize they did so to save Godless Capitalism, or Godless
    Socialism, what happens to loyalty and love of country?

    To love one’s country, said Edmund Burke, one’s country ought to be
    lovely. If this is not God’s country anymore, whose country is it?

    Keep putting it out there Fool

  • GREG F FARBER

    I wear elastic type pants, black, marmot , when doing 45 miles on my mountain bike three times a week..there comfy..I wear them inside my dirt bike race pants to, there warm.. or under my chaps while riding horse back…I’m six’ 180#…

    Pass the beans and rice please, and I’ll have another moose rib-eye steak too, yum yum yum….Loved that raw vegy dish to, and those hemp seeds…sprinkled on my steak…OH YA…

  • Greg F Farber

    I am so happy for you…
    i dont believe i asked about your pants
    i merely made an educated guess that turned out to be right
    eat up dumbass
    wallow in your sorrows
    Just to point something out
    i’m not a vegetarian
    what i object to is the unnecessary killing of animals for recreation
    which is clearly depicted in this picture
    People killing animals that risk extinction
    that ring a bell
    bull mooses risk extinction because of sorry losers like you that want to feel dominant by taking the life of something that can’t speak

  • GREG F FARBER

    Well boy howdy you got the same damn middle initial as me to, hot damn man..Moose have never been close to going extinct, if that were true then Moose hunts would be canceled.. You assumed I was a fat couch potato and you were incorrect, just as your incorrect about Moose populations…

  • GREG F FARBER

    Your not a vegetarian…you protest my right to harvest and butcher my own meat I choose to eat…And you approve of the mass production of meats you choose to eat then, maybe you should go sit at a slaughter house for beef -lambs-chickens and then see the brutality those animals go through for you…be sure and take a barf bag you little twit…

  • Lexical

    Greg F Farber you son of a piece of shit how dare you kill an innocent moose you are going against stewardship maybe you should pick you a bible or go to church one day.

    Very unearthly of you

  • Greg F Farber

    Actually my name is Greg Fernandez Farber, I wouldn’t have put the middle name initial if it didnt piss you off so much
    Your displeasure amuses me
    I only eat chicken because I am allergic to eggs and need some kind of protein
    Actually maybe you should check your sources because bull moose are infact endangered as of 2006.
    “moose’s status as an endangered species, as they are being hunted down by ruthless CRIMINALS” (Brittanica). Moose are often hunted for their minty fresh taste, however they most often fall victim to a PUSSY-ASS REDNECK who would rather take it out with one shot from far away using a shotgun or a rifle instead of facing it like a man (or lesbian) (Encarta).
    I protest your killing for pleasure
    I don’t approove mass-production but i accept the need for this kind of food
    you make me sick

  • GREG F FARBER

    Yawn. me pissed at your driveling stupidity ? Are you kidding ? LMAO… Your funny as hell…

  • Greg F Farber

    That yawn hit me real hard
    shall i recap? “you got the same damn middle initial as me to, hot damn man.”
    haha
    no actually I am not kidding
    and quite frankly you just proved my point
    you know that bull moose are endangered I have the facts
    and theres nothing you can object to

  • GREG F FARBER

    Provide links to this information of Moose being and endangered species, if there is an area Moose are endangered and being poached we’ll help to stop it.. Moose are not endangered in Alaska, Idaho, Wyoming, Canada….I personally have never hunted Moose..I did try to draw a tag for Moose In Idaho, it has been being very strictly controlled to protect the Moose, and in fact in Idaho it is a once in a lifetime permit. i have Moose living very close to me now in fact, Also i always wanted to saddle up a Moose and ride it like a horse actually, never tried that yet….Wyoming I think is every five years if you can draw the tag…Moose are well protected..

    Its a free country for at least another five minutes so post anything you like I could care less…

  • Greg F Farber

    If you could care less why have you been posting such selfish and ignorant things
    I offered my point of view and you hastily spoke yours
    I cited the facts I have given so you can search my sources
    What I have stressed from the start is how unnecessary recreational hunting is.
    I don’t see why people have to kill other living things for pure enjoyment
    Which is clearly depicted in the photograph being that he is smiling
    This is what irritates me and makes me ashamed of how people act

  • George

    Question: “What does the Bible say about Christians hunting animals for sport?”

    Answer: The closest reference to sport hunting is Proverbs 12:27, “The lazy man does not roast what he took in hunting, But diligence is man’s precious possession” (NKJV). So whatever view one takes on sport hunting, it is good and right for the hunted animal to be eaten, not just killed for a trophy. The sport hunting was not a common practice in Bible times. The reason for this is the fact that man hunted for food. In order to put food on the table you either had to grow it, hunt it, and in some cases buy or trade for it. Furs were used for clothing or sold in order to purchase things, and in many cases the furs of animals were currency. For early Americans, this was the case. You simply did not sport hunt in those days. It is hard to make a sport out of something you did everyday.

    Today is a lot different. Hunting is simply not done as a way of life in western countries, with few exceptions. Markets are readily available and civilized cultures have currency. Sport hunting has evolved simply because man has always hunted, and it is in his nature. Scripture does not indicate either way whether it is ok or not ok to hunt animals for fun or sport, nor does it indicate a principle that would assume it is a sin or ungodly practice. In Genesis we read that animals were created for the benefit of man. Adam was given the pleasure of naming them and they were there for his enjoyment, help, and later on as a source of food.

    At the beginning of creation, animals mainly served as helpers and enjoyment and not food because Adam and animals alike were vegetarians (Genesis 1:29-30). Note also that man was to rule over the earth and subdue it. The earth and all that it had were meant to serve the needs of man. It wasn’t until after the fall of man in Genesis 3 did meat become a source of food for both animals and man. Since the animals and the plants of the earth were put under the control of man, God gave the responsibility to man to learn and to use them to his pleasure. That is why animals in research are acceptable, because they are meant to be used instead of humans. Animals do not have the same form of eternal soul, and likely do not experience an afterlife. This does not mean that we can be cruel and intend evil towards them. We need to be careful in sport hunting so we don’t make it our consumption or do it illegally.

    Sport hunting has it purposes also, although different by far in meaning. Conservationists would all agree that sport hunting is valuable in keeping the population of some animals in check. There is nothing biblically wrong with it; however, it is also an issue that each person must decide for themselves. It is under the liberty of Christians to do it or to not do it.

    If you do not feel comfortable with it, then search out why that is and abstain from it.

    You only bring shame on yourself.

  • George

    Question: “What does the Bible say about animal rights?”

    Answer: The Word of God does not mention the treatment of animals to a great extent. However, from the creation account we get both what the Bible says about animals and how we must treat them. In Genesis 1 we find the creation of all things. It is here that we see God establishing the relationship between man and animal. In verse 28 God gives to man authority over all that was created on earth. Man is to take care of and use the earth. Man is to have the authority over all that was created. This means that man is to assume the control and protection of all that God had created. We must be careful in this role. Many are for protecting every animal no matter the cost both to mankind and to the animals.

    However, it is important to notice what God does after the sin of man. Genesis 3 gives to us the details of the first sin man commits. In verse 21 God prepares for mankind a covering out of skin, for the first time an animal dies. The implications from this flow throughout the Word of God; because of man’s sin, death has entered the world. However, for our discussion on animals it is important to understand that the animals are to be used by men for our needs.

    In Genesis 9 there is a change between man and animal. Up to this point, animals were not used as food. However, God now includes certain animals in the diet of mankind. God also puts fear of man into the animals. Again animals are used to fill the needs of men. However, God continues His command in verse two to watch over these animals.

    Animal cruelty should not take place if men truly understand the command to be “caretakers” of the earth. We are to control the numbers of animals so disease and sickness do not kill them off; we are to use the animals for our needs; we are to control animals in a manner in which they are not harmful to humans; and finally we should protect them from over-killing and abuse. The problem lies in the fact that many do not understand this balance and tend to over-protect or under-protect animals. Animals were created for us to enjoy, so protecting a remnant for others to enjoy is also proper. Proverbs 12:10 tells us,

    “A righteous man cares for the needs of his animal, but the kindest acts of the wicked are cruel.”

  • Noah S

    Haha, great kill man. All you fags should probably stop posting the damn bible, we know what it is, we’ve read it. Most of us are Christians and go to church reguarly, not me personally because I’ve had enough of all their bullshit. And you might wind up in hell because I don’t think god likes little shits like you plagerizing his work. And all of you can step on down of your high horse, maybe you should try and pull your heads out of your asses sometime and read the story of the man in church speaking his prayers and charities out loud. That stiries the nice way of god saying get over your damn selves.

  • Mark

    LOL, you all are idiots. This was a page to show of ones achievements in his life and he is damn proud. I say do job, and one hell of a moose! The rest of you create your own blog for your religious thoughts and leave this guy be.

  • Jack Geeslow

    Wow, some people get so hostile that they are incapable of communicating rationally. From my research I don’t trust any translation of the bible except for the king james version. I know that it has been edited many times for minor errors but
    I am comfortable with that. It has been around for several hundred years so I think it is tried and true. If someone uses something different that is ok with me but I think that they are missing out deeper meanings with anything else. I hate to see so many different translations because it introduces confusion when in services.
    As far as hunting goes God has given man dominion over the earth and the animals and in my area there has to be deer hunting because of the over population. We have many vehicles wrecked and people hurt and killed because of it. I never hunt because when I was in Vietnam I had to hunt people. It was if you didn’t shoot back you would die. I had no choice.

  • mr_t

    i say shoot. shoot the squirrels. shoot the babdgers, shoot the birds shoot the mosse shoot your foot shooting is life u retards, dont u white trash nigerian loving, african humping, whale sucking, poodle paddling people not understand?

  • Greg Farber

    Please pass the moose sausage gravy and them biscuits, what was that mr. t ?, have you et yet ?

  • ar

    I just can’t get away from thinking how nice a moose ranch, range, territory only would be. Deliciousio!

  • logan

    lol mr.t that cracked me up. Good to see some hunters have a sense of humour!!
    All those haters out there have no right to complain. Where the fuck do you think a Mcdonalds burger comes from? A FUCKING ANIMAL
    As for us hunters, the kill is essential as it maintains special population balance. Also, we use as much of the kill as possible from its tender meat for jerkey, to its raw hide etc etc. So don’t cuss us out before u even/ever begin to understand the importance we have been bestowed upon by god and mother nature,

    Shalom

  • Greg Farber

    I feel great disapointed in a world when ones achievements are measured by the size of a ‘kill’
    as for mr t’s comment, i believe that your statement defines what white trash truly is, you are ignorant and pathetic. Truly a waste.
    As for mr. geeslow, i respect your point of view, however i fail to see what was irrational about my arguments if that was to what you were referring. Furthermore, what brought on my first post was the endangerment of the bull moose species.
    In respect to Logan, i fail to see how what is in the food served in mcdonalds can be considered meat by any standards. Nor did i mention eating at mcdonalds. Moreover your argument is ludicrous being that my argument was never aimed at animals being hunted for food, but recreational animal hunting. Reading the whole argument really does reduce the risk of sounding like a dumbass.
    Finally i choose not to even waste my time adressing your final statement sir. I am sure that God said kill our endangered species and broadcast your achievements for all else to see.
    Good day friends

  • http://yahoo netcher

    hahah im a 15 year old kid. ive been hunting since i was 6. its just a way of life.
    great job on the moose. i fully support hunting, it helps keep the populatoin of animals under controll. and if your ever in utah, email me and ill send you picks of some nice elk ive shot,

  • Allison

    What The Hell is Your Problem Talkin Like that On here…. They Makes Guns and Bows for a Pupose.. You wouldnt be here today if there wasnt hunting.. indians hunted the cave men hunted! Hunting Game Is a Part Of Our Life Today and if You dont Like it Mabey You Shouldnt Be here… Plain and Simple