Peter’s Humor? Spring 2017

From Peter Muller, Vice-President, C.A.S.H.

Q: What do you call 10 hunters standing, at a bar, ear to ear?

A: A wind tunnel.


Q: What did the hunter do when he heard that 90% of accidents occur around the home?

A: He moved.


A hunter was in the Arctic and came face to face with a polar bear. Being frozen his gun wouldn’t fire. Afraid of being eaten, the hunter fell to his knees and started praying. When the polar bear knelt down beside him and started praying too, the man shouted, “It’s a miracle!” The polar bear opened one eye and said, “Don’t talk while I’m saying grace.”


Two lawyers were out hunting when they came upon a pair of tracks. They stopped and examined the tracks closely. The first lawyer announced, “Those are deer tracks. It’s deer season, so we should follow the tracks and find our prey.” The second lawyer responded,”Those are clearly elk tracks, and elk are out of season. If we follow your advice, we’ll waste the day.” Each attorney believed himself to be the superior woodsman, and they both bitterly stuck to their guns. They were still arguing when the train hit them.



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