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Iki

Where is the outrage over tree stand iiunrjes? I think a strict, DC-style regime of prohibition, registration, and Kafka-esque licensing would save some lives here. No tree stands to anyone under 21. Or over 45. No tree stands over eight feet high. Tree stands must be made of non-toxic metals and 100% biodegradable. Tree stands must be completely enclosed by an OSHA-approved cage to prevent occupants, arrows or other projectiles from escaping. Purchasers must pass a medical, psychiatric and criminal background investigation before a license can be issued. Tree stand shooters must wear a parachute while in the tree stand, and must install an inflated airbag at least six feet thick at the base of the tree.Just think of the lives we'll save!

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