Peter’s Humor – WINTER 2008

C.A.S.H. apologizes if you are not amused.

By Peter Muller, V.P. C.A.S.H.

A hunting safety course instructor out west was giving a talk to a group of wannabe hunters about hunting in grizzly bear territory. He told them that most bear encounters occur when hunters, being extra quiet along the trails in hopes of surprising wildlife, accidentally stumble into bears. The resulting surprise can be catastrophic he told them.

To avoid this, he suggested that each hunter wear tiny bells on their clothing to warn the bears of their presence. Also, he said further, be especially cautious when you see signs of bears in the area, especially when you see bear droppings. One wannabe Fudd asked, “How do you identify bear droppings?” “Oh that’s easy,” the instructor explained, “it’s the ones with all the tiny bells in them.”

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The following two jokes were sent by long time C.A.S.H. member, Carol Ames: 
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A group of Alabama friends went deer hunting and paired off in twos for the day. That night, one of the hunters returned alone, staggering under the weight of an eight-point buck.

“Where’s Henry?” the others asked.

“Oh, Henry had a stroke of some kind. He’s a couple of miles back up the trail,” the successful hunter replied. “You left Henry laying out there and carried the deer back?” they inquired.

“A tough call,” nodded the hunter.

“But I figured no one is going to steal Henry!”

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The young man from Mississippi came running into the hunting store and said to his buddy, “Bubba, somebody just stole your pickup truck from the parking lot!”

Bubba replied, “Did you see who it was?”

The young man answered, “I couldn’t tell, but I got the license number!” .

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