Big Fin Thanks for keeping it REAL and NOT HOLLYWOODThe crew talked me into doing another "Shop Story." This one about a New Mexico elk hunt that never made TV, thanks to a camera guy who quit the night before the hunt, some flat tires, and 5-alarm chili that came me a case of dysentery such that for the next week I could hardly walk due to rawness on my bottom side. The crew laughs when I talk about how I felt I had "Ridden bareback on a belt sander" as my reference to what GI problems and bad TP can do to a guy in the wilds of our public lands.
Not that I had any political aspirations, but what I might have had are all gone after airing of this story. Apologize if some of it is TMI.
Yep, and what makes Randy Newberg such a great producer of podcasts, videos, Hunt Talk info threads, campfire stories, life lessons, and such, is that he is a real person with a gift of expression to which we hunters can all relate with interest and enthusiasm ... plus he has more life lesson experiences, humorous hunting times, learning events, and good ol' times than Charmin has tissue sheets.So now every time one of the HTers eats something that disagrees with them and needs an overabudance of TP, they are going to say they are experiencing a Randy Newberg episode?