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Registered: Nov 2016
Originally posted by Richard Lambert
Oh my goodness, I don't see why the hunt director can't hunt but is it really an "enormous problem"? How long have we had Hunt Directors? They have never been allowed to hunt have they? Is this really "embarrassing, controversial, inflammatory or dangerous? Is coonhunting as we know it going to come to an end if hunt directors are not allowed to hunt? Or will it merely be an inconvenience for the hunt director at a very few hunts. At our hunts, the Hunt Director just has someone hunt their dog.
Oh my goodness, oh my goodness, that's way too many questions!! LOL
I think you've redefined the term "Questioning Attitude" LOL
I'll make you a deal Mr. Lambert, I'll answer your 5...no, 6 questions (you must have wore out the ? mark key on that last one) if you answer my 1 question first.
Based on the 7 previous pages, can you give (1) GOOD reason not to let the HD hunt as an "option" when you weigh out all of the pros vs cons discussed?
(Hint: This should be an easy one for you since THERE WERE NO GOOD REASONS discussed as to why you wouldn't let the HD hunt. If any, defiantly nothing to out weigh the pros.)
Keep in mind, if it was granted as an "option" and decided within the next month...in 2020 you could still choose whatever works for you "at your hunts" and others could do the same at their hunts.
If you wanted to volunteer at your next hunt to NOT hunt and be the HD, you could. OR, if you wanted to volunteer at your next hunt to be the HD and still hunt your dog you could do that too. Pay your entry to UKC and giddy up. If they needed an extra guide, you could. If you needed an extra judge you could do that too.
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