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Re: Black Panther Sighting [Re: Huntmaster] #38688 01/18/06 07:35 PM
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Well, for certain, on its own, a baby black panther has a lot to contend with. On average, if there is stability in the population, only a couple of the young that a pair produces in a lifetime will reach maturity. Now and then they have to face cammoed creatures like the "roadstripe ripper" (see 1st pic) that can conform to any surface, thereby rendering themselves temporary... Life doesn't become much easier as an adult; the black panther must still avoid its supernatural predators, such as chupacabras, bigfoots, zeebroos (see pic below), aliens, witches, and human beings (see Crazyhorse’s baby pic below, along with his drinking buddies HunterTed and Bonehead– Heineken is the dead giveaway). But something ya’ll haven’t thought about I bet is storms. Storms are probably the biggest natural cause of death for adult black panthers because of the BP’s sanctuaries being tall trees. A tornado can cast BP’s miles away from their habitat, leaving no trace of their existence…at all.

No, I ain’t jokin ‘cause I can’t tell a friggin joke…remember?….

But I can spread fertilize purt near as good as anybody, bygawd!









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Re: Black Panther Sighting [Re: Big Orn] #38689 01/18/06 07:40 PM
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That was good.


Re: Black Panther Sighting [Re: Big Orn] #38690 01/18/06 07:43 PM
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Now that's funny

Look we made 7 pages!!!!


Re: Black Panther Sighting [Re: Big Orn] #38691 01/18/06 07:46 PM
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That is genius Orn. Pure genius!!


Re: Black Panther Sighting [Re: txcornhusker] #38692 01/18/06 09:23 PM
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Re: Black Panther Sighting [Re: Big Orn] #38693 01/18/06 11:28 PM
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I think one of those's kidos is CHC when he was a baby.


Re: Black Panther Sighting [Re: dgilbert] #38694 01/19/06 12:09 AM
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I think one of those's kidos is CHC when he was a baby.



I have information, that I had to work real hard for, that alludes to that, Darrell

However, to keep somebody from getting all Brokeback around here, I won't divulge my source....


Re: Black Panther Sighting--on the other side..... [Re: Big Orn] #38695 01/19/06 03:01 AM
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Well, for certain, on its own, a baby black panther has a lot to contend with. On average, if there is stability in the population, only a couple of the young that a pair produces in a lifetime will reach maturity. Now and then they have to face cammoed creatures like the "roadstripe ripper" (see 1st pic) that can conform to any surface, thereby rendering themselves temporary... Life doesn't become much easier as an adult; the black panther must still avoid its supernatural predators, such as chupacabras, bigfoots, zeebroos (see pic below), aliens, witches, and human beings (see Carzyhorse’s baby pic below, along with his drinking buddies HunterTed and Bonehead– Heineken is the dead giveaway). But something ya’ll haven’t thought about I bet is storms. Storms are probably the biggest natural cause of death for adult black panthers because of the BP’s sanctuaries being tall trees. A tornado can cast BP’s miles away from their habitat, leaving no trace of their existence…at all.

No, I ain’t jokin ‘cause I can’t tell a friggin joke…remember?….

But I can spread fertilize purt near as good as anybody, bygawd!












While I am actually on the other side of this discussion.....THIS IS SOME FUNNY S%$$ufff


Re: Black Panther Sighting--on the other side..... [Re: sig226fan (Rguns.com)] #38696 01/19/06 03:17 AM
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There is no "Other Side" to this discussion. You believe that they exist, and believe that you saw one. I don't believe that they exist, but have no problem with being proven wrong, and I also believe that you have the right to believe in what you think you saw. I believe that I will never be proven wrong on this subject, but I ain't 100% sure that you won't ever be proven right. It is a fun topic if some of these hillbillies from New Bahstan wouldn't take things so serious.

And I can guarantee you that bonehead and HunterTed were not in that picture with me, and that was not even a picture of me, as I know for a fact that I was at least 5 damn year old before they removed the muzzle.


Re: Black Panther Sighting--on the other side..... [Re: Crazyhorse] #38697 01/19/06 10:11 AM
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And I can guarantee you that bonehead and HunterTed were not in that picture with me, and that was not even a picture of me, as I know for a fact that I was at least 5 damn year old before they removed the muzzle.



Looks like I need to check my "source"...

The muzzle: I'll just have to take your word for that, CHC, but I noticed you didn't say a word about the beer bottles...

And I ain't no dang hillibilli, bygawd. I'm a flatlandin' Texas Nor'Easter....


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Re: Black Panther Sighting--on the other side..... [Re: Big Orn] #38698 01/19/06 10:35 AM
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Being a HillBilly, is like being a Redneck, a person could be from NEW YORK CITY, and still be a HillBilly.
The Heineken was what they used to wean me from having to wear the muzzle.


Re: Black Panther Sighting--on the other side..... [Re: Crazyhorse] #38699 01/19/06 10:39 AM
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Re: Black Panther Sighting--on the other side..... [Re: Crazyhorse] #38700 01/19/06 02:42 PM
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And I can guarantee you that bonehead and HunterTed were not in that picture with me...[snip]



Heehee I didn't know of anybody else here, besides myself, that drank Heineken except them younguns lol! And IIRC, they would only drink it if somebody else bought it...


Re: Black Panther Sighting--on the other side..... [Re: Big Orn] #38701 01/19/06 04:15 PM
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With all these posts on black panthers, I figure everyone on here should be experts by now. So, what does black panther droppings look like? I could have sworn I found some black panther droppings just outside of Houston. It was all the proof anyone needed but my car was stolen with the evidence in it.


Re: Black Panther Sighting--on the other side..... [Re: ak4blkbear] #38702 01/19/06 11:57 PM
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It was the black panther that stole your car to get back the evidence.



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Re: Black Panther Sighting [Re: Crazyhorse] #38703 01/20/06 12:53 AM
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I'm not sure I understand this one??? Under this topic are panthers being considered cougars? I was under the impression that panthers were leopards.


Re: Black Panther Sighting [Re: justin7-11] #38704 01/20/06 02:07 AM
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Black Leopards are referred to as Black Panthers. There is also a color phase of Jaguars that is black. Neither of those are in dispute, you can see living examples in zoos, and mounted specimens in museums.

Leopards of any color aren't native to North America, so we aren't talking about them.

Jaguars are native to the states of Texas and Arizona, and possibly New Mexico. They are also native to Mexico. There have been a few recent sightings of Jaguars in Arizona, but not Texas.

The most common large/big cat in North America, and Texas is the Mountain Lion/Cougar/Puma/Cat-a-Mount/Painter/Mexican Lion, and about 30 other names. This is the animal that is in dispute.

While I would give, at least $200.00 and eat a freezer-burnt crow, if someone brought one in, alive or dead, I have to stand by my position that the things don't exist. Pictures aren't going to prove anything, although, game cam pics are more believable and harder to fake.

There are several folks on here that I have pissed off, because they think I am calling them a liar, but I ain't. They believe they saw what they think they saw. I can't prove that they didn't. Conversely, they can't prove that they did.

How could an animal, any animal, in North America, have totally eluded being killed by Indians, mentioned by Indians in any of their religious beliefs, avoided the fur trappers, along with all of the folks out there trying to kill off all of our large predators, to keep them from eating our livestock.

Further, how have these elusive creatures managed to avoid being run over, chased,treed and killed by any professional cat guide, caught in a trap or snare, or shot by some blood thirsty savage like me, that will shoot first and then say, "Oh, how purty.", afyter it is on the ground dead.

How is it these animals only pick out folks that aren't going to shoot them on sight, to be seen by. How is it, with all of the folks running game cams, nobody has seen one on any of their films.

I know that was a lot more answer than you wanted, and I do mean it when I say, I would like to see one obtained.


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Man I miss his rants and black panther explanations. He was a good one for sure.


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Man talk about going way back.....Jan ‘06..... cheers


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