Skip to comments.Lawyers for Brokaw say hunting on adjacent land is unsafe
Posted on 10/31/2004 5:42:22 AM PST by brityank
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Lockjaw's cheese has slid off his cracker. I've got a neighbor who makes these same foolish assertions. He claims my archery practice MIGHT kill him or his children if my arrow misses my target, goes through tthe plywood backstop, then through 2 wooden fences. Thank god for blunts, they put these people in their rightful place.
Yeah my whiny neighbors cryin forced me to get a can for my MAC-10......:o)
I understand what yer going thru. I actually use a golf bag to transport my rifles to and from the range as nosy old ladies around my abode will call you and tell ya that "leaves" are falling off my tree onto their yard etc etc.
I love the fall....
Sounds like the Brokaws are maneuvering to buy the land their property encircles. First, deny the other owner the right to use his land profitably, then make an offer?
Naturally he decides to visit his ranch during hunting season just to complain via lawyer about the neighbors
Brokaw you are an a hole...stay in NY City in your condo or parkside villa flat or in one of your other houses until hunting season is over...
On the other hand...who knows...maybe it would be good for all of America if you did stay in Montana during high powered rifle season..
I live not very far from there and I am tired of liberals moving in and changing the political landscape. I live in Jackson Hole and I have started calling it Berkley of the Rockies in my local newspaper articles and letters to the editor. What used to be billed as the "Best of the Old West" is no more. If I was Tom or Ted I'd be worried about arrows also!
|Daryl L. Hunter - Editor|
Sheesh! This guy is unreal!
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Oh, the woes of the rich. You get 2,500 acres and then you still have neighbors. Is there no justice? Oh, the trials of Job all over again...... Poor Tom, he already is having to work harder at his research since Karl Rove won't check his homework for him anymore.
Got the kids need help....we are turning into a mathematically illiterate country....
Unreal is right!
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If they are worried about their safety, they should stay away from the property line ;)
liberals always seem to be concerned with their own safety. the kennedies are an example. that is why they live in a compound.
Brokejaw is not anti hunting. He is concerned for his safety. Yeah sure.....He cannot regulate what other private property owners do with their property. If the owner allows hunting on the land then Brokejaw maybe needs to sell and move to a more friendly anti firearm anti hunting place like CAlifornia?
We hunt on 280 acres bordering other property on all 4 sides of course and have no problem with neighbors. In fact, there are always several hunting partys on ajacent land. As a responsible hunter, knowing the approximate location of other hunters and proximity to homes and livestock is always a #1 priority. A party of 4 can safely hunt on 280 acres. So how can a party of 10 on 2500 acres be a danger to ajacent property? Only if the ajacent property owner is anti gun and anti hunting.
Elitists cannot tell us what to do with our property if the activity is legal. 2nd Amendment is still legal. Hunting licenses are still for sale. Hunting is still legal. Brokejaw loses.
What? My Gosh, he is not really saying such a ludicrous thing is he? And I thought he was a sane man once!
I guess I will be the one who understands Tom's fears. I moved this summer into the Sierra Nevada, and it is deer season. I am afraid to go outside sometimes, and fear for my dogs because there is shooting all around me. Think how you would feel. It is close to my home, and it is freaky and scary to me too.
He has been an elitist Progressive liar all of his life.
My MIL's maiden name was Brokaw. She and her relatives in Illinois were and are rock solid Republicans and conservatives. They warned me about their distant cousin decades ago.
This is one of many reasons why Montanans are so sensitive to land purchases by out-of-state people. Aside from the factors that you mention, outsiders often aren't aware of the economic consequences of their purchases. Whitefish is rapidly becoming "the next Jackson Hole", making it impossible for native Montanans to afford a home on local wages, and complaining about the lack of government services, which have kept taxes reasonable. Not to mention bringing ecofascism and animism...