Vultures eating animals alive in KY, federally protected

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    The video says they're overpopulated and are hungry but they can't shoot them because they're federally protected, much like Canadian geese around here that are rude and obnoxious and leave green shit pellets in your lawn.

    I suppose they're also alot like the federally protected minority immigrants that wash up shore in a pile of debris announcing they're here now, and there's nothing you can do about it.



     
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    As to the 'border vultures' you're referring to, we brought that karma to ourselves.
    I'm sure my boyz in Armored Saint would agree.
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    Same problem in DC. They call them Gobt, subspecies IRS
     
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    Never seen a vulture eat an animal that had not been dead for quite a while
     
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    Actually, these are Kentucky vultures, and they are, ….well...different than other vultures, so I guess I am not surprised.
     

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