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Leave Connecticut Deer Population Alone, “Manage” Hunters

A recent study has revealed that Connecticut would benefit from a reduction in the number of humans living in Fairfield County. Without getting into specific numbers, the recommendation is to cull the segment of the county’s human population by the number of hunters therein. In other words, culling Fairfield County’s human population by whatever percentage […]

Crocodile Kills 9-Year-Old in Australia’s Northern Territory

Australia’s Top End does not have a problem with crocodiles. It has a problem with greedy and vengeful humans. ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) reported on Monday that “Northern Territory Police have suspended their search for a 9-year-old boy taken by a saltwater crocodile near the eastern tip of Arnhem Land. Police say the attack […]

Study Recommends Managing Hunter Population in Texas

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEW LONDON COUNTY, CT – September 21, 2012 Contact: Monty Gelstein (860) 823-7410 Study Recommends Managing Hunter Population in Texas A study conducted by the Center for Fewer Humans has found that Texas is home to “a dangerous number of hunting enthusiasts.” Based on the findings, the study’s research director, Marcus […]

Monday Maul: Delisted, Targeted in Wyoming, Wolves Attack Hunters

WYOMING, IN THE NOT-TOO-DISTANT FUTURE — Hundreds of hunters are dead this morning after wolves launched a preemptive strike on their would-be human attackers. “We’re taking the fight to the terrorists who want to destroy our way of life,” a gray wolf named David told The Daily Maul. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declared […]

California Deer Attack Lawsuit Should Invoke Holocaust

Generally speaking, I’m not a fan of the hyper-litigious among us. Sometimes, though, he who is hell-bent on taking his pound of flesh from the ruling class deserves a little encouragement — if not a bit of direction. A report in the Marin Independent Journal tells us that “a Bolinas (California) man who says he […]