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Friday, September 30, 2016

Deer Hunting Season and Alcohol 09 30 2016

Deer Hunting Season and Alcohol

Something very important to remember: 

"It is a class A misdemeanor punishable by 9 months in jail and/or $10,000.oo fine for ANY person, whether or not they are a licensee, to possess a firearm while under the influence of an intoxicant."


"Gun" Season November 9th - November 27
Muzzleloader Season  November 28- December 7

Did I see the Sheriff once drinking while in uniform?
What about plain clothes cops carrying guns in bars and drinking?  The word above reads ANY!

So why did I publish this?  Because hunting season is coming up.  I remember in college while I worked at a gas station hearing a story of how a young man just loved to go up North Deer hunting and drink Whiskey all day long and then visit strip clubs.

The point being?  When they have a hunting accident and don't come back the above is the highly likely cause!

If a wife loves her husband this might be something she could sternly tell him?  And if he loves her he will listen.

Copyright 2016 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 09 30 2016 at:

I would like to hear a Catholic Priest say this to his parishioners before he holds up the Chalice of alcohol which is addictive in only one drop to an alcoholic: at his Sunday or DAILY MASS!

Further points to consider?  What about a Department of Defense Serviceman on weekend leave?  How long is he under the influence of that intoxicant?

Anyone remember how I told you a bit of factual history about how the British were concerned that their troops got enough beer and alcohol dropped to them on the "lines."

I also heard a young man tell me how he was in the Navy and that is all they did was drink!  The commanding officer would bring then cases of beer.  So is there any connection to the law above?  Isn't the focus of the military weaponry: firearms?  So I see a broad conflict there.  The point being that law is there to prevent fatalities that result from the combination of the two.

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