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Photo ? Luis Marden/National Geographic Creative/Corbis. October 1939, El Paso, Texas, USA --- Two border patrol officers attempt to keep a fugitive in the US ---

Photo ? Luis Marden/National Geographic Creative/Corbis.
October 1939, El Paso, Texas, USA — Two border patrol officers attempt to keep a fugitive in the US —

Ok Guys, Looks Like We Gonna

Have To Cut Him In Half….

 

I was searching for information about this photo wondering if it was real or staged…

And on my travels found the following blurb…

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Photograph by Anand Varma; Jacques Brodeur Lab, University of Montreal

Photograph by Anand Varma; Jacques Brodeur Lab, University of Montreal

Parasitic Wasp | Spotted Lady Beetle

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Photograph by Robert W. Madden

Photograph by Robert W. Madden

The Crash

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Copyright: Tom Samuelson/National Geographic

Copyright: Tom Samuelson/National Geographic

Impending Doom

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CREDIT: Frans Lanting/National Geographic

CREDIT: Frans Lanting/National Geographic

Wilson Harbor, Falkland Islands, 1989

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Photo: Pascal Maitre/National Geographic

Photo: Pascal Maitre/National Geographic

Lost in the Sahel

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Photograph by Paul Nicklen

Photograph by Paul Nicklen

Deadly Leopard Seal

 

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Just some awesome nature footage

The blind irony of hunting outrage

Every time I see an article in the paper or online about hunting, more so African safaris in the nature of the recent Melissa Bachman and The Herald’s bloated emotive bullshit by Bevan Hurley on NZ businessman Mark Gunton I see the same old nonsense repeated. All, if not most of it is based on emotional outrage, lack of understanding, research or all three of the above. Far be it from from us at WOBH to allow biased MSM spin go unchallenged.

This week over 450,000 people signed a?Change.orgpetition?calling for the South African government to ban big-game huntress and Minnesota-based television presenter, Melissa Bachman. The online?fury?was sparked after Bachman posted a photo posing with a dead lion she hunted in Africa.

Above is the perfect example of people?left wing idiots who do not can not engage logical thought processes, and act on emotional outrage. All of those who have signed the petition are effectively rallying to act against the law, by petitioning to ban a person for participating in a legal act in that country. Read more »

Time for another cat video

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