Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Messing With Sasquatch

Jack Links Jerky has produced a priceless series of commercials. Here's one of my favorites.

13 comments:

Frontier Forest said...

I think I dated her in high school? Sasquatch is a woman right?

AJF said...

That's hilarious Woody! Maybe you mean "Sakegewa"...the indian lady who helped Lews and Clark. I know you're not that old!

Frontier Forest said...

You know, I am just a dumb Okie! Hadn't even heard about your young Sakegew until I saw the Ben Stiller movie, "Night in the Museum." Most of my education comes from fantasy or Chick-Flick movies.

GUNNY said...

Isn't Sakegewa deaf?

That beef jerky is good. I wanna be friends with it.

Hough said...

I'd be interested to know if anyone besides Mallory really believes Bigfoot exist?

Kampfgruppe-H said...

These are funny commercials. I also like trunk monkey (http://www.trunkmonkey.com/).

jeff the nj bowhunter said...

very funny stuff! my personal favorites are the shaving cream prank and the warm water bowl.

Andrew said...

um, not to be off subject but I'm noticing more and more pictures of deer killed on the side of this blog.
Do you guys need me to come up there and kill more deer for you? I am an official Illinois deer population control specialist. Seems like Kansas needs more help, not that your deer are bigger or anything!

AJF said...

Andrew- Illinois has some of the biggest deer in the country. They actually rank ahead of Kansas for the amount of trophy bucks harvested..

Having said that, we might be willing to lower our guide fee (regularly $4000) and potential trophy fee (if a buck is harvested- an additional $3000) for you. How about half off?

Andrew Malloy said...

Guide Fee? Describe what a guide fee is and why I would need it please.

Do you really have to pay for harvesting trophy bucks or is this your own personal fee? Also, do you own land or hunt on other people's property?

AJF said...

Andrew,

I'm being sarcastic in that a great bunch of consternation has developed in Kansas over the amount of leased land that is being taken from resident hunters by out of state outfitting agencies.

When out of staters talk about coming to hunt Kansas, locals get all bent out of shape. There is lots of money being paid by such folks to harvest trophy deer in KS.

I'm not personally a guide...unless the price is right :)

Andrew Malloy said...

That's what I thought.

Locals should own the land in my opinion. Most people who come out of state, from my experience in Illinois are purely in it for getting trophy bucks and they really don't love God's creation and/or care about properly harvesting deer (i.e. eating the meat). If you are going to kill a deer...eat the meat. Or we could just make idols of deer heads...hehe.

Not that I think mounting a deer is a form of idolatry, but I would say for those hunters described above there is a good chance that it is. Andrew is now going to step off his soap box now.

I wish I had time to go hunting, but alas I am in seminary and only get to go hunting one time a year.

jeff the nj bowhunter said...

would you consider being a guide in exchange for some good, real, NY italian food?

speaking of food, i found a great venison recipe. Had it for dinner tonight, and it was great. The sugar carmelizes all over the venison. we called it bambi-candy. here's a link to it. quick & easy! I pounded the cutlets to about 1/4 inch thick.

http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1952,144176-253196,00.html