that's what I said! lol.
yeah, don't have sat/cable; it's one of the few shows I'm dying to see. been a long time Rogan fan, as well as Rinella's.
Rinella quietly P0wnz a holier-than-thou-Vegan @Brooklyn, NYC:
plus, the dude can cook his game like a world class chef! and...charcuterie!
getting respect from the man who literally wrote the book on it:
Rinella has got to be one of the most 'spiritually'-level headed publicly known modern hunters around. If you've ever watched any Outdoor/Sportsman/Pursuit channel's hunting shows, you literally wonder from what planet the production team hailed from: they're mostly horribly produced, there's too much 'we WANT you to have Buck-Fever!' overly pushy panting and breathing and high-fiving, etc. not to mention less than stellar cinematography.
Rinella knows his history, terrain, respect for the terrain, respect for hunting traditions of yore, as well as hunters of yore, both Native American AND Settlers' methods. He's definitely more 'National Geographic' than the typical Sportsman's channel. And, he's from my generation!
Plus, personally for me, too: I'd only kill what I will consume and use. So, 'Trophy Hunting' especially in the 21st Century is a bit of an abomination to me, personally. That said, I 'get' why some still do it; as long as the species have a relatively good survival rate, I'd say 'trophy' away. But those whom solely target the more rarer, exotic ones? Gives me the heebie-jeebies.
Now, only if I can come up with a decent African Elephant recipe... lol.
PS. I do confess, snobby 'aristocratic' English hunting lineage aside, I must say, I dig their unique traditions, from the nerdy sartorial attire and all:
But unfortunate for them, as far as entertainment medium go, there's only so much Browning side-by-side or over and under, and Zeiss optics you can take, show after show. LOL.
If it weren't for her last name and the DuPont Mae Wests, I'd totally dig this show much more, lol:
Still, all the Outdoor/Sportsman channel cliches and horrible fundamentals and grip, and Glock lessons,
along with the NeoCon-y rah-rah-'patriotism,' aside, Keith Warren's is still one of the better ones, IMHO:
This, is how Keith should be teaching his daughter to shoot Glocks, let alone any pistol: pre-teen/teen phenom & TeamGlock pro-shooter, Tori Nonaka.
Prepping for 3Gun: Carbine
@2012 NRA Show w/Fate of Destinee: Pretty articulate spokesperson, for her age:
Predictions in due Time...
"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul