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    It'll be interesting to see what comes of this. I really hope he (The hunter) didn't find a carcass and think it was easy picking then take it home after an unsuccessful hunt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    Ive been at the airport in Whangarei since 3......plane jets at 5:30
    Beer! I prescribe beer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blisters View Post
    Beer! I prescribe beer
    Yes doc but i have to drive from Tauranga to home when i get there at 8. So il be giving shit on here for a few hours yet
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    Must be old Winnie up to some tricks?? Trying to make awareness of 1080 poisoning and immigration at the same time. 2 birds 1 stone.

    P.S That is a joke.
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    2 colleagues became deathly sick after eating a pig once. I'm gonna ask them tomorrow what they were sick with

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    Maybe Brodifacoum? I think its worse for pigs than 1080 for secondary poison, so if it was in the boar must have been pretty close to dead

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    Anti coagulants take much longer to work than this but you are right they are very persistent in tissues taking month's to be excreted. Meaning repeatedly eating meat contaminated with a very very low levels of the material over a long period will result in cumulative poisoning. In this regard its worse than 1080

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    maybe who ever cooked it had enough of every one an thought fuck im a poison and kill us all and did not use enough poison. murder suicide
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    Moonpork strikes again
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    Just an observation, but I noticed on 1 News they failed to mention it was wild meat that was consumed.
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    It was wild with Trichinosis or most likely listeria meningitis
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    I thought it was common practise to freeze wild pork for a period of time to kill any bacteria in the meat?


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    Too much curry powder......they will wake up in a few days with severe ring sting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blisters View Post
    Beer! I prescribe beer
    Waikato in fact.
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    zinc phosphide poisoning?

 

 

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