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 He Was Carrying — and In Minnesota! 
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2010 7:21 pm 
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How much wood could a woodchuck chuck … if the woodchuck was a deputy sheriff?

http://www.hutchinsonleader.com/news/crime-and-public-safety/sheriffs-deputy-faces-two-misdemeanor-charges-110

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Sheriff's deputy faces two misdemeanor charges

A McLeod County sheriff’s deputy faces misdemeanor charges after allegedly trespassing at a Stewart home and firing his service revolver while trying to kill a woodchuck …

… Kenneth Michael Reynolds, 28, was on private property on Powers Street when he discharged his pistol between five and seven times in an effort to kill the woodchuck.


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Need to take the DNR's Hunter Safety course?

What DO they teach at the P.O.S.T. Board approved "skills training" programs in community colleges???

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Need to take the DNR's Hunter Safety course?

What DO they teach at the P.O.S.T. Board approved "skills training" programs in community colleges???

In too many cases: bad attitudes, to people who are never going to get badges. There's 10K openings every year; there's 100K people passing Skills.

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"service revolver"


Really? I somehow doubt this.

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… there's 100K people passing Skills.


There appears to be a discrepency between "passing" and "obtaining" skills. :lol:

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Really? I somehow doubt this.


The current version says "pistol".

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Woodchuck?
:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Woodchuck?
:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

It says shooting at so he musta missed you. :lol:


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kimberman wrote:
Need to take the DNR's Hunter Safety course?

What DO they teach at the P.O.S.T. Board approved "skills training" programs in community colleges???

In too many cases: bad attitudes, to people who are never going to get badges.


Ouch. While I suspect that's true, it doesn't sound good.

I'm going in May of 2011 and I plan to not be taught any bad attitude, and I expect to get a badge.

Maybe it'll be better for me since I'm a good bit older than the average.

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Maybe it'll be better for me since I'm a good bit older than the average.


Good. The most important qualification a cop can have is that he/she be able to funtion as a grownup. (IMHO) Your age makes that more likely. :D


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