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35 minutes ago, Invicta said:

Revelation 22:15  For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie.

"Dogs" has long referred to false prophets. "Beware of dogs" was not referring to pit bulls chained up in the yard while you'e out on Saturday morning visitation. 

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On 24/01/2018 at 6:27 PM, weary warrior said:

"Dogs" has long referred to false prophets. "Beware of dogs" was not referring to pit bulls chained up in the yard while you'e out on Saturday morning visitation. 

I know that some people believe that refers to men acting as dogs, but dogs are an unclean animal.  

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51 minutes ago, Invicta said:

I know that some people believe that refers to men acting as dogs, but dogs are an unclean animal.  

1. This is not the place for a theological argument. Start a thread.

2. You are displaying a total lack of understanding of context..... again.

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13 hours ago, DaveW said:

1. This is not the place for a theological argument. Start a thread.

2. You are displaying a total lack of understanding of context..... again.

I was just answering the previous posts, but point taken.

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I have always loved lions (well, pictures of them, LOL). I had a stuffed Clarence the Cross-Eyed Lion when I was younger. He stood about 3 1/2 feet tall - and if I had him positioned in my bedroom doorway, our German Shepherd/Doberman mix wouldn't come anywhere near the room. heh

 

This photo was taken by TAO Photography. It is at the Landing in Sequim (a resort). Breathtaking, IMO.

 

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This was taken on the trip from Reno to Las Vegas. I love these mountains, they are beautiful examples of how the flood layered the land and moved it all over, pushed up and over as the waters asswaged. 100_3615.thumb.JPG.eb733714226825ddda7e5d41b979d361.JPG

Another sight on the trip to Vegas: me posing at the notorious Clown Motel in Tonopah. One day when I have the time I will stop and spend a night.100_3606.thumb.JPG.e7b0967aa26704a4ea2d0cb2ebbb3cb3.JPG

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I think I know the "near" exact location of those mountains. I had got pulled over by the police for driving 12 miles over the speed limit around those areas. I was too engrossed by the splendid view and grandeur of the mountains that I wasn't paying full attention. 

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9 hours ago, (Omega) said:

I think I know the "near" exact location of those mountains. I had got pulled over by the police for driving 12 miles over the speed limit around those areas. I was too engrossed by the splendid view and grandeur of the mountains that I wasn't paying full attention. 

They go on that way for quite a ways100_3616.thumb.JPG.2d13eb9180ca668062a64296c67dc843.JPG

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I love to hunt, and I would be thrilled at the chance to hunt in Africa. Especially cape buffalo. But unlike a lot of hunters, I could never hunt zebra. As a horseman, it just does not appeal to me at all. It wouldn't seem right. I snapped this picture in South Africa, somewhere closer to the Botswana border.zebra.thumb.jpg.184e84210db2bc8e397765c41ddcc6b9.jpg

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I also used to love to hunt ww. Emphasis on the words "used to"    I don't hunt any more. I hunted so much in Alaska that after a time the thrill of hunting goes out of it once you pull the trigger; after that it is just a lot of hard work. I now live in California and although deer  hunting here is popular, it doesn't interest me.

Of course age may also be a factor; at 75 years old I am content to leave the hunting to the young guys. I never trophy hunted, it was always meat hunting. Here is a picture taken when I was younger. This was caribou hunting on Alaska's North Slope. Notice the absence of any trees.

 

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13 minutes ago, Jim_Alaska said:

I also used to love to hunt ww. Emphasis on the words "used to"    I don't hunt any more. I hunted so much in Alaska that after a time the thrill of hunting goes out of it once you pull the trigger; after that it is just a lot of hard work. I now live in California and although deer  hunting here is popular, it doesn't interest me.

Of course age may also be a factor; at 75 years old I am content to leave the hunting to the young guys. I never trophy hunted, it was always meat hunting. Here is a picture taken when I was younger. This was caribou hunting on Alaska's North Slope. Notice the absence of any trees.

 

North Slope Caribou.jpg

Oh, I do love a good carbou backstrap!

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