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Drones to the rescue!!!

Posted by dragonflydee ZAL (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 20, 14 at 19:05

The Drones are to participate in a mission involving the
Extermination of the feral hogs.

Whatever would we do without the Drones?


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RE: Drones to the rescue!!!

Oh cmon DD,..That's just not right!

Using technology of that caliber to snuff out the tea party?

I understand the sentiment,but they're still human,aren't they?

That's just wrong! ;)

RE: Drones to the rescue!!!

This is what it is...

Drone technology will be utilised to spot the swine from the air
At night and the swine will be marked with lasers.
Once this is accomplished hunters wearing night-vision
Goggles will be sent forth to "dispatch" the hogs.

Now this was a short news insert in a magazine,and I
Know nothing more.

Feral hogs are horribly,horribly destructive to environments,
And will pillage thu eating everything terrestrial in their path
That they root up.They are worse than Driver ants and large
Monitor lizards.
When DeSoto came thru driving a large herd of hogs many
Mango moons ago I almost wish he had stayed in Spain
Since he scattered them everywhere!

Speaking of scattering I am not sure how this will work because
If the idea is for the hunters to sneak up on the pigs at night
As soon as the pigs are shot at they will take off in all directions.

Well if I learn anything more I will let you know what happened.


RE: Drones to the rescue!!!

Aw heck...I thought the drones would be armed.

Color me disappointed. =/

RE: Drones to the rescue!!!

Yes, a Hellfire missile would do the trick, certainly works well on humans...

RE: Drones to the rescue!!!

Mickey D's new premium feral hog burgers mnnn!
We just have tons of Norwegian rats up here

RE: Drones to the rescue!!!

Ahh, roasted rats, now you're talking...

RE: Drones to the rescue!!!

Soylent Green is.....

Awwww never mind.

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