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    Dog killer caught in Western Australia

    the Missus just sent me this. Fuck knows how she got it
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    Damnnnn
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    Been doing the rounds for a long time that one Rushy. Bit like the killer bear
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    Last time it did the rounds it was from Texas

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    A toyota land cruiser pigrig caked in red dust from texas?
    Ive seen the knes from the states with the kid and the 44 hand gun but havnt seen this kne. Defianately ozzy

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    Regardless of where it is from and even allowing for some tricks of photography, it is still a seriously big piece of pork
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tussock View Post
    Photoshop man, that cruiser is barely down on its springs.
    Who has the time to fuck around making up shit like this? Man I wish I had the opportunity to be bored again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwijames View Post
    Who has the time to fuck around making up shit like this? Man I wish I had the opportunity to be bored again.
    I'm not saying this is fact , but this is what I read about this photo in one of our shooting mags here .

    Shot in the Pilbarra ( western Australia ) , seen by a chopper pilot while mustering , not seen again for awhile , shot by bore runner / fencer from close range one day while going about his work .
    That cruiser is not set up as a pigging ute , it is a property ute for fencing and bore running , the jib on the side is used for lifting heavy equipment and the arse end suspension will be beefed up like you wouldn't believe .
    Just my opinion with nothing to back it up .
    I think it's a real picture .

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    the shadow of the chain that hangs down the side of the pig looks odd
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    I agree Ken. It's just the different stories that turn up attached to it. I do know of 500kg pigs being caught over there....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ground Control View Post
    I'm not saying this is fact , but this is what I read about this photo in one of our shooting mags here .

    Shot in the Pilbarra ( western Australia ) , seen by a chopper pilot while mustering , not seen again for awhile , shot by bore runner / fencer from close range one day while going about his work .
    That cruiser is not set up as a pigging ute , it is a property ute for fencing and bore running , the jib on the side is used for lifting heavy equipment and the arse end suspension will be beefed up like you wouldn't believe .
    Just my opinion with nothing to back it up .
    I think it's a real picture .

    Ken
    and I have just as much proof to call it anything else as well. My comment was more a generalization as to how much bollocks in general you can find on the interweb, and the amount of people who are happy to be a lemming rather than question things.

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    Yeah nah bro

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    my bro has a boar that size on his farm, seen it just during xmas while i was there...it has balls on it the size of my head..biggest pig & set of ball bags ive seen in my life.
    its a tame breeding pig, those small sows of hiz must get punished...he'z the size of a cow basically.

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    Ive seen this appear periodically too ,not always on internet forums.Im pretty sure it once surfaced in an aussie "sporting shooter"mag also ,tho as everyone says very thin on locations /detail.
    ive seen the texas jobbie ,butv mine was set in canada.
    mind you it didnt take long to detect the computerised chicanery used to alter that picture to make it into class A bullshit.

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    Just found this in one of my magazines .
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