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I've got a bacholor's in Psychology, Joe. What's your degree in?
Pictures please, otherwise given your track record, nobody will believe it.
 

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once you know how to not have to waste a month on a nearly-worthless shelter and firewood, many things flow from that. You dont need a belt knife, axe and saw. The saw edged shovel and the modified Crunch tool are then good enough for the 90% less wood processing and offer lots of other potential, saving one pick. The rope hammock means you save a pick that you'd otherwise have wasted on the gillnet and paracrod and you also have 5x as much netting and cordage, if you're not to lazy to create and use it.
Prove it, post video. otherwise you're just spouting off nonsense. I doubt you're ever cut any real qty of wood with your supposed set up. Try it some time. The amount of energy you burn on even small stuff will wake you up quickly.

The right tool for the job. Period.
 

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Cameron University, Lawton ok. who says i have no gear? nobody but twits like you. The whole POINT, dumbasses, is you dont NEED to cut lots of wood if you know how to make a proper shelter. You need at most a 5 gallon bucket of wood per day to cook and boil drinking water. just cause you're stupid doens' mean that I am. i"m already stated what my field of study was. You can't read, obviously
 

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Cameron University, Lawton ok. who says i have no gear? nobody but twits like you. The whole POINT, dumbasses, is you dont NEED to cut lots of wood if you know how to make a proper shelter. You need at most a 5 gallon bucket of wood per day to cook and boil drinking water. just cause you're stupid doens' mean that I am. i"m already stated what my field of study was. You can't read, obviously
All this from 1/2 day field exercises! WOW, just WOW!
 

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Says you right? You dont even know the definition of deranged, but now you'r a certified psychiatrist pos, instead of just a regular old pos?
you don't need to be a weatherman to know when it is raining, and you don't need to be a shrink to see your bubble is not even close to center.

and without proof, you're just another poser on the internet - especially when it comes to outdoor topics. I'm sure (we all are) you've thought about it a lot. The problem is, and it is obvious to everyone, you've never actually done any of it. Zero. None. It shows. We all see it, and what frustrates you is that you don't understand how we can see through such well crafted lies. Here's a big hint: you aren't nearly as clever as you think you are.
 

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Cameron University, Lawton ok. who says i have no gear? nobody but twits like you. The whole POINT, dumbasses, is you dont NEED to cut lots of wood if you know how to make a proper shelter. You need at most a 5 gallon bucket of wood per day to cook and boil drinking water. just cause you're stupid doens' mean that I am. i"m already stated what my field of study was. You can't read, obviously
You're the one having trouble reading and comprehending. I asked where you got your degree from. That was what I questioned. That has nothing to do with your supposed field of study.

I say you have no gear. You can't prove otherwise.

You've never been able to list your gear nor provide any evidence of such gear. Others have posted pictures and lists. You've posted nonsense and insults. You've posted threads about doing stuff, then admitting you can't because you didn't have a backyard. <- are you 12 or something?

Why not actually go spend a few days in the woods? not a couple hours on some BS test of non-existing gear. two hours doesn't tell you anything about your setup.

Try living on your gear for a week. Then get back to us. Not in your backyard, but in the actual woods. I'm already planning for my September elk hunt. I'll be living out of my pack for about 10 days, maybe less if things go well.

I'll carry my gear in, and I'll carry my gear out, hopefully with a few hundred pounds of meat and antlers.

I know what I can carry - do you know what you can actually carry? Do you? Do you really?
 

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What'd you do steal it off the wall of your head shrinker's office?

Then again a BA, or in your case a BS one maybe, don't mean jack 💩 in the real world.

You probably took those classes in hopes it would help you manipulate and bullshit others.

Degree in being Psycho maybe.😛
 

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More likely to get money from the G.I. Bill. Years ago Old Gunkid promised pictures of all his gear "As soon as I figure out how to post pictures." Since everyone of us has figured it out in less than five minutes the obvious answer is there are no pictures to post. Then it was "I don't have to prove nothing to you guy's." Since your first statement was a lie why should anyone believe you? You keep up with rambling on in post after post about building this and doing that with never anyone believing you. You must know that, so why continue? Your "Magnificence" ? On this and on every other board you are known as a crank and the worlds biggest liar.
 

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Nice to see him "expand" his horizons!
 

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I confess I still don't understand how you get "2,000 square feet of net" for fishing, from a rope hammock; at least not with enough strength per strand to trap & stop much. But even if you can, a fishing net with 3-inch sized mesh as he describes there means the only things that won't swim right through it unimpeded are huge (and rare..?) monsters. A 3-inch square will let a lot of even 4" fish go through it since the mesh isn't rigid and will adapt to the shape of whatever is trying to go through it. Basically put, the strands of a 3x3 opening will also create opening sizes of 4x2 or 5x1; so the small & medium fish won't even be slowed down by that size opening. So by default, the only things we're even trying to stop are the big monster fish, and using very thin strands to do it.

One of those "no free lunch" things imo. But I admit up front that I've never disassembled a rope hammock to try and make a 2,000-foot net for the specific purpose of catching only huge fish.
 

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Most modern rope hammocks I've seen and used can't be easily unwoven because of the friction welds instead of the traditional old construction.
IMHO, there's a great chance any strings and long fiber strands would be damaged.
Turning a hammock itself into a casting net would make more sense.
 

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Nice to see him "expand" his horizons!
Yeah it's tragically funny because it's his same spiel only a different name.
I was tempted to just say hello but I'm afraid he'd get riled up. And since I'm on YouTube with my real name and all. I don't want to be associated with him there.
 

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Can you actually imagine Melvin having the patience to do any pf this?
 
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One of those "no free lunch" things imo. But I admit up front that I've never disassembled a rope hammock to try and make a 2,000-foot net for the specific purpose of catching only huge fish.
Neither has Melvin!
 
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