[CT Birds] Boat Launch

Keith Mueller kmueller at ntplx.net
Sat Jan 30 07:03:41 EST 2016


I don't hunt, but I do buy a duck stamp every year! 

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> On Jan 30, 2016, at 2:05 AM, John Pfitzner via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:
> 
> 
> From Keith Mueller: Quote  “ Speaking for myself as a professional avian artist for 40 years who have donated
> Generously to bird related causes “
> 
> I suppose you consider all the ducks and who knows how many other poor helpless species of wildlife you have murdered as 
> You are a HUNTER FIRST AND FOREMOST ! Perhaps you should have enlightened the birding and naturalist community to 
> Your loathsome and despicable other “ Hobby “ or as weak emotionally disturbed people like you you refer to it as “Sport”
> 
> So murdering helpless animals is your contribution ??? ‘’Donated generously ???  YOU ARE A FAKE AND A LIAR.
> The only reason and purpose for your so called “Art” ( Which is mainly comprised of carving decoy ducks) 
> Is to lure waterfowl to their death.
> 
> You are no different than convicted murderers and child molesters and rapists that receive long prison sentences.
> You COMMIT HORRENDOUS AND DEPLORABLE ACTS and then all of a sudden find Jesus or commit to the bible.
> 
> This is YOU. 90% of your pathetic existence you have for no good reason ( and there is no good reason ) you have 
> Devoted thousands of hours constructing decoy ducks to use to lure them in and kill them. And now all of a sudden
> You claim to be a benefactor and contributor to their well being and preservation. Nice try. You may have everyone else duped but not me.
> 
> You ARE A FAKE AND A LIAR AND A KILLER OF WILDLIFE. 
> 
> John Pfitzner
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