Day By Day

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  • Merle

    Must have been a HIGH VOLTAGE shock…….

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Learn The Four Esses. Practice as many as possible.
    Suppress
    Shoot
    Shovel
    Silence

    • shooter 2.5

      Too complicated. It’s the three “S’s”. Shoot, shovel, shut up.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    A little mystery is sometimes a good thing.
    “Where’s Pedro? Where’s Manual?”
    “I don’ know. They left two days ago, that’a’way. Bu’ they neve’ com’ back”
    “I don’ thin’ I wan’ to go that’a’way. Mus’ be VER’ bad stuff ou’ there, make Pedro an’ Manual no’ com’ back.”

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Feral hogs, lizards and rats, they have to eat, too.

    • Old Codger

      Don’t forget buzzards. They haveta eat, too, y’know. Just leave ’em where they lie. Scum like that don’t deserve a burial.

      Maybe Trojan ought to be set patrolling the south fence line. Better yet, a whole platoon of Trojans.

  • Too Tall

    C’mon Sam, be nice to your guests.

    Introduce them to the wild boars for an up close and personal nature experience.

  • WayneM

    Big desert, indeed… So many dangerous critters…

  • TomZ

    Some place away from the normal traffic lanes where a sign pointed South says “¡De esa manera!”

    • Old Codger

      How about a sign right in the MIDDLE of coyote traffic lanes with a sign saying, “Agua dulce a cinco kilómetros” and pointing towards Trojan’s patrol area?

      • Punta Gorda

        That would just give you more bodies to stack.

  • Lifeofthe Mind

    Personally I like to think that if I was in that position under those circumstances with that view before me unless I was more than three days dead I would get up.

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      “Get up”? Or “get it up”?

      • John D. Egbert

        Yes . . .

  • JTC

    Well if they ain’t dead and open their eyes they’ll think they done died and somehow gone to heaven. Or else the shock will kill them for real.

    Either scenario is way too good for the scum, so yeah let the hawgs have ’em. Preferably while they are still alive but immobilized.

  • JTC

    Still stuck at 6% short CM?

    Remind us of the last scheduled day again please, and we will organize a posse to save the ranch in a lump sum that day. Y’all “up” for it?

    • Just Joe

      You bet…….. Also if it hasn’t crossed all our minds yet, Chris has been doing double duty this year with Redvolution. It’s a real ‘mind bender’ and deserves upping the ante. Let’s don’t lose this guy for the lack of a few bucks.

    • Interventor

      Ice pick to neck vertebrate.

  • Bill M

    ‘Invaders’, anthill, honey – some assembly required.

  • Said previously, hogs gotta eat too.

    • MasterDiver

      Don’t forget the coyotes. They work up a real appetite chasing that road-runner all day. ;-{D

      Zar Belk!

      • LOL!!!! Beep beep!

  • eon

    Dump the remains back across the border with the “sign” of a rival gang carved in their chests. Then anonymously tip off the Mexican border police.

    Just saying.

    clear ether

    eon

  • Delilah T

    There are some very large nocturnal critters in Texas, especially in the desert areas down near Big Bend and west of there. Hogs, whatever it is that flies at night with a large wingspan, and whoever the “owner” of the Marfa lights may be… I’m certain there is a way to make carrion disappear quickly. The Alpine area has lovely views and a lot of uncluttered country.

    • Just Joe

      Oh thanks Delilah, now I’ve got that Marfa puzzle stuck in my mind again.

  • Tagg

    There are other big things out there besides the desert. They feel nice in your hands. And come in pairs.

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      Lungs? (ducks and runs)

      • Old Codger

        Close. 😉

  • Nemo

    And just remember – A friend will help you move – a good friend will help you move a body…

  • Old Codger

    Come to think of it, they ought to move the bodies a few miles downwind of the prevailing winds. Reckon Trojan can use those horns to double as a forklift?

  • Mark Young

    Big desert. Lots of gullies and dry washes. Lots of critters that need to eat.

  • Punta Gorda

    Where in the world is Pedro Mendenoza?

  • Morgul Lord

    When I was an ADA, we got a tape of three different crimes. One involved a guy who called workers’ comp because he hurt his back trying to lift a large box with a dead body [and a sh*tload of concrete] into a truck to help his buddy. funny as hell.

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