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I’ll auction off a hunt with butter bar LTs from each of the 5 military branches.

Each one gets a hard copy map.

The lucky hunter can sit in one spot, preferably above a saddle or on a hilltop, while the experts land nav and split up trying to find their predetermined coordinate locations.

The lucky hunter gets all the gear to hunt and camp for five days. Whichever branches LT pushes the elk you shoot, means you get that branches food and living quarters after coming off the mountain.

To make it fair all branches will have non combat LTs leading them!
In case you haven't realized, there's a big circle jerk that happens on this site daily. Greenhorn is the middle doing a little dance to make all of his bum buddies finish for him. They all pay him with reactions. It's kind of gross really.

Some weirdos will take any action since they can't get it from their wives.
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