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Old 10-12-2017, 11:25 PM
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In short simple words, I donít have to answer you or anyone here to proof anything. When you are authorized to question me come then and shoot your questions. Other wise keep your falconry methods to your self I know what Iím doing and weíve been doing it before you guys know what falconry is . This is my last reply on this post, and thanks for the one member who answered my question in the first post.
Does that mean you wont be making a prat of yourself again,i hope so. Idiots like you are far to easy to come by.
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Old 11-12-2017, 06:32 AM
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Does that mean you wont be making a prat of yourself again,i hope so. Idiots like you are far to easy to come by.
I feel like Iím talking to a 5 Yearís old kids, whoír trying to be something. I really feel sorry for you.

And Iím not the one who started talking about how to train, weather, treat a hawk. It was you guys, trying to be the masters, whereas itís the opposite. Try it with someone else not me

Iív simply posted a thread inquiring about the hawk exact breed, thatís it.
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Old 11-12-2017, 07:17 AM
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I feel like Iím talking to a 5 Yearís old kids, whoír trying to be something. I really feel sorry for you.

And Iím not the one who started talking about how to train, weather, treat a hawk. It was you guys, trying to be the masters, whereas itís the opposite. Try it with someone else not me

Iív simply posted a thread inquiring about the hawk exact breed, thatís it.
Thank you Saif. It is rare to be honoured by a Master visiting the Falconry Forum! I think we have much to learn from you. There is a saying in English 'A picture is worth a thousand words.' Can you post some more photos so we can see the best way to keep our hawks? (A master always does it the best I think you will agree?) I'm building an outdoor weathering at the moment and some ideas from you would be very useful. And I would love to see a picture of your Gyrfalcon!
Thank you,

Paul
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Old 11-12-2017, 08:17 AM
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I feel like Iím talking to a 5 Yearís old kids, whoír trying to be something. I really feel sorry for you.

And Iím not the one who started talking about how to train, weather, treat a hawk. It was you guys, trying to be the masters, whereas itís the opposite. Try it with someone else not me

Iív simply posted a thread inquiring about the hawk exact breed, thatís it.
If you are the self acclaimed "master", you would know what bird you have.
Dick........wipe comes to mind
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Old 11-12-2017, 10:35 AM
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I wish there was a 'like button on here.
He can be found on various FB pages asking the same.
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