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    Complaints About Turkey Attacks On The Rise In Brookline « CBS Boston

    They have had it and they are not going to take it anymore.
    The militia wing of the brotherhood of turkeys has launched their initial salvo in Brookline Mass.

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    Wild turkeys are smart birds that deserve our respect. But I find it especially curious that they're attacking folks in Brookline, of all places. I've often felt like attacking people there myself. Like, when you're driving down the street and they stroll across with their latte in hand against the red light with a snooty sense of entitlement expecting you to stop. GO TURKEYS!!! :rocker:
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    If only they would attack Cambridge!! But then again how would we able to differentiate between the residents and the turkeys :D
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    I know the solution, eat them eat them all.
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    All right this is getting out of hand. This buck must have taken names after they shoot his uncle Rufus. I doubt the deer was over 18 either

    Deer attacks 2 men in Texas, steals cigarettes - NY Daily News

    Deer attacks 2 men in Texas, steals cigarettes
    Two deer hunters in east Texas said they felt like prey after a deer came after them on a front lawn on Friday morning



    A pair of Texas deer hunters became the hunted when a wild buck attacked them and as they walked out of a home last week.
    Joseph Rose and Cole Kellis, of Whitehouse, south of Tyler in east Texas, were heading toward Rose’s pickup truck on Friday morning when a deer approached and then charged them, local station KETK reported.
    The pair ran to Rose’s truck, but the buck caught Rose before he could close the driver’s-side door.
    “Hey came up and starting poking me in my ribs, so I grabbed his horns and pushed him back and hopped in the back of my truck,” Rose said.
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    The thought of eating a Brookliner turns my stomach. I imagine them to be gristly, tough and stringy.
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    Just the threat of being eaten will change they're behaviour. ;)
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    First time I ever saw wild turkeys was in Amherst, NY back in '99. For whatever reason, they weren't walking around in eastern MA back then.

    So I asked a local guy I worked with if wild turkeys were tough (meaning, tough to eat).

    So the guy says "oh yeah, just drive by any street corner on weekends and you'll see them hanging out in their leather coats smoking butts. I wouldn't mess with them"

    I hate a wise arse....:mad:

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