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Barry Bonds Killed Bambi

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Barry Bonds the disgraced former base ball player has provided a “celebrity” endorsement for Christensen Arms who make high powered hunting rifles. Who would have thoight that Barry Bonds and Sarah Palin had that much in common.

Now I’m no vegetarian, card carrying member of PETA, but I am appalled by his whopping for joy, and posing with the dead buck.

He also provided a written endorsement

With this super wide whitetail closing in, the only thing I had to worry about was putting the crosshairs on the front shoulder, and the rifle would do the rest. One blast is all it took.

By closing in he means the buck was wandering in a field minding its own business. And I guess he would know all about how “one blast was all it took”.

If you must there is a video on the Christensen website where you can watch him kill Bambi a “monster white tail” deer in Canada, fast forward to the 7 minute mark unless you want to watch all the awkward macho talk about rifles and pumping blood etc.

I guess the roids would explain it- although why Christensen would want him to endorse their product is beyond me. In other news the perjury trial against Bonds continues despite a couple of the charges being dropped.

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6 Responses to “Barry Bonds Killed Bambi”

  1. paul

    Looks like some fine eating in the Bonds household. Congrats to Barry for taking such a fine buck that was obviously past his prime and no longer a part of the herd. We as people could learn much from the ways of animals. The biggest and strongest would get all the finest babes and do most of the breeding while wimpy dudes would hang around the edges, having to scrap each other for the leavings.

  2. Steve

    So what? Tons of deer starve every winter because there are too many suburbanites that crowd out their habitat. Better to be shot than starve. Now, while yer at it…are you also pissed at the America Indians? The sure offed their share.

  3. Lukas

    Perhaps in between tequila shots and working on your chevy you should read up on this a bit. Seems that with all that “tough buck” breeding going on that you're talking about, for the longest time they couldn't explain why so much of the “weaker” genes were always found in the offspring. Here's what they found… While the toughest bucks were competing for a piece of doe, the weaker ones would have their way with the females. Once the “strong” bucks were done proving who was the “best”, the winner would go off to get his prize… sloppy seconds. lol
    Whut color's yer truck?
    I'm sorry for the sarcasm (I'm sure your truck is a nice color) but the superiority overtones in your language, irresistibly begs a slap. If you bother to respond, please I'm interested to know… if you were to take any of your own advice, are you past your prime and ready to be culled from the herd?

  4. lokenkristianna

    “With this super wide whitetail closing in, the only thing I had to worry about was putting the crosshairs on the front shoulder, and the rifle would do the rest. ”I still have my testicles, so I’m not the most informed about rifle hunting. But it seems to me that praising a rifle for killing a deer is similar to praising a 9 3/4-sized hat for covering an enormous head….
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