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Generations on the THF #8727060 11/05/22 03:18 PM
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What is your birth year?


Silent - 1928 to 1945
Baby boomers - 1946 to 1964
Generation X - 1965 to 1980
Millennials - 1981 to 1996
Generation Z - 1997 to 2012

What is your birth year?
single choice
Votes accepted starting: 11/05/22 03:17 PM

To be determined
Re: Generations on the THF [Re: TurkeyHunter] #8727114 11/05/22 05:19 PM
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Bunch old people popcorn


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Originally Posted by TCM3
Bunch old people popcorn

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I am in the best one.

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Originally Posted by Hudbone
I am in the best one.

Ditto.


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Re: Generations on the THF [Re: TurkeyHunter] #8727143 11/05/22 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by NORML as can be
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Bunch old people popcorn

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Re: Generations on the THF [Re: TurkeyHunter] #8727228 11/05/22 09:13 PM
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People can make up their own generation called Willy Wonka if they want or identify as whatever generation they wish.

But that won’t change which generation you are generally classified.

Some will be very surprised how they are classified.


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Each generation in our country becomes increasingly limp wristed. The male population is losing its ruggedness.


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Re: Generations on the THF [Re: TurkeyHunter] #8727239 11/05/22 09:25 PM
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Gen X here, but doesn't matter when you're born. What matters is how you act and treat other people.

Re: Generations on the THF [Re: skinnerback] #8727249 11/05/22 09:43 PM
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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Gen X here, but doesn't matter when you're born. What matters is how you act and treat other people.


Absolutely. People should not get hung up on which generation is better.


To be determined
Re: Generations on the THF [Re: TurkeyHunter] #8727250 11/05/22 09:49 PM
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Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


City life is no life for a country man; for such a man that life is a kind of damnation in itself.
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Originally Posted by TCM3
Bunch old people popcorn


Yep

Way too many old people in the OT section

Just look at all the posts, seem like alot of old and lonely men on here.

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Originally Posted by BigfootWallace
Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


Do you blame them?

Who would want to grow up in the country with nothing do?

You move out to the country to die, not to live.

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Originally Posted by RedRanger
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Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


Do you blame them?

Who would want to grow up in the country with nothing do?

You move out to the country to die, not to live.



This is a hunting forum isn't it? People hunt and fish in rural areas, if you actually hunted you might know that.

I don’t see everyone heading to DFW on opening weekend, they are all out here. I guess they all drive out here to do nothing roflmao


City life is no life for a country man; for such a man that life is a kind of damnation in itself.
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^^'Can't believe I'm saying this, but...the boy has a point, aside from the blatant assumption about RedRanger not hunting. grin


...and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. Gen. 1:28
Re: Generations on the THF [Re: BigfootWallace] #8727625 11/06/22 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by BigfootWallace
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Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


Do you blame them?

Who would want to grow up in the country with nothing do?

You move out to the country to die, not to live.



This is a hunting forum isn't it? People hunt and fish in rural areas, if you actually hunted you might know that.

I don’t see everyone heading to DFW on opening weekend, they are all out here. I guess they all drive out here to do nothing roflmao


I grew up hunting my whole life, probably hunted more than you ever did.

Grew up in Irving, back when it was happening, we could drive up Beltline and hunt all the doves we wanted from 114 to Coppel Line

If I wanted Duck Hunting I could hunt ponds in Coppel/Irving border

I would drive up to Aubrey and hunt all those peanuts fields and stock tanks and massacre the mallards.

If I still wanted to hunt I would just hunt in Frisco, now of days I rather Bass Fish.

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Originally Posted by RedRanger
Originally Posted by BigfootWallace
Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


Do you blame them?

Who would want to grow up in the country with nothing do?

You move out to the country to die, not to live.

Wrong
I live in the country to live the life I want to, it's a choice and one I don't regret.

I don't have to deal with neighbors bad choices their barking dog, poor or nonexistent landscape decisions and the list goes on.
Don't get me wrong town has thing everyone need to live and nice places to eat at, but the daily hustle isn't for me.
Country living for me is busy I could put in 10 hour days everyday if I wanted to, tractor work, looking after deer feeders, minerals, stands, etc.
I can hunt, fish, shot, enjoy wildlife, go for a ride on the SXS or just sit on the patio and listen to nothing everyday.

Between the front and backyard the other morning there were 17 deer and turkeys at the treeline not the same view in city life.
I hope you make it to the country some day.

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Originally Posted by angus1956
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Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


Do you blame them?

Who would want to grow up in the country with nothing do?

You move out to the country to die, not to live.

Wrong
I live in the country to live the life I want to, it's a choice and one I don't regret.

I don't have to deal with neighbors bad choices their barking dog, poor or nonexistent landscape decisions and the list goes on.
Don't get me wrong town has thing everyone need to live and nice places to eat at, but the daily hustle isn't for me.
Country living for me is busy I could put in 10 hour days everyday if I wanted to, tractor work, looking after deer feeders, minerals, stands, etc.
I can hunt, fish, shot, enjoy wildlife, go for a ride on the SXS or just sit on the patio and listen to nothing everyday.

Between the front and backyard the other morning there were 17 deer and turkeys at the treeline not the same view in city life.
I hope you make it to the country some day.


I can see deer, rabbits, bobcats, some coyotes and mallards/geese almost daily in Frisco. Why would I need to drive somewhere?

Hell I keep corn out at the pond where I live, always wild life there, mostly ducks.

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Originally Posted by RedRanger
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Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


Do you blame them?

Who would want to grow up in the country with nothing do?

You move out to the country to die, not to live.

Present!

I begged my parents to get us out of organized sports and into the outdoors, thank God they did.


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Originally Posted by redchevy
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Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


Do you blame them?

Who would want to grow up in the country with nothing do?

You move out to the country to die, not to live.

Present!

I begged my parents to get us out of organized sports and into the outdoors, thank God they did.


I got the best of everything, I did soccer, karate, baseball and basketball growing up, and got my first shotgun at age 12. In High School my last two classes was Study Hall and Soccer I would take off and go fishing before soccer practice.

When it was dove / quail season we would go hunting after school in Irving

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didnt take long for this thread to roll off the rails roflmao


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Originally Posted by BigfootWallace
Originally Posted by RedRanger
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Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


Do you blame them?

Who would want to grow up in the country with nothing do?

You move out to the country to die, not to live.



This is a hunting forum isn't it? People hunt and fish in rural areas, if you actually hunted you might know that.

I don’t see everyone heading to DFW on opening weekend, they are all out here. I guess they all drive out here to do nothing roflmao


rofl a hunting forum ?

Hunting- what once was price of a Gov. food stamps, has become a Richmans sport.
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Originally Posted by colt.45
Originally Posted by BigfootWallace
Originally Posted by RedRanger
Originally Posted by BigfootWallace
Not very many young people here. Rural young people are almost non-existent.


Do you blame them?

Who would want to grow up in the country with nothing do?

You move out to the country to die, not to live.



This is a hunting forum isn't it? People hunt and fish in rural areas, if you actually hunted you might know that.

I don’t see everyone heading to DFW on opening weekend, they are all out here. I guess they all drive out here to do nothing roflmao


rofl a hunting forum ?

Hunting- what once was price of a Gov. food stamps, has become a Richmans sport.
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As you post from a smart phone… lol what a fraud


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