Bill Gibron 13 Nov Call them monsters or madam, but all Twilight-ers aside, these are the fiends we hope visit us in the wee small hours of the morning. Well, we've finally reached the end of it. Our long international night terror as proposed nascent neckbiter romance is finally coming to a conclusion, and for many in fright fandom, the close of Twilight could not come quicker. Having already sullied the famed monster with its mushy love junk, Stephanie Meyer's multimillion dollar juggernaut limps into theaters this weekend with the second installment of the already unnecessary double finale -- Breaking Dawn. In this Bella Swan-song, our heroine has become a member of the Cullen Clan, both matrimonially and undead-like, and her newborn child may be a threat to all bloodsuckers around the world.
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I have hunted all over the state of Michigan. With the exception of the UP's west side there is no terrain to tough to walk out of. It seems to me this idiot got lost which could be avoided with a gps or a map. Being prepared is always a good thing. While hunting here in Wa state, if I go out hunting for a day, I pack enough food for two or three days. I always carry a radio, fluids and survival gear. I always let others know where I am going to hunt even if they are not in my hunting party. The area I hunt the most is next Mt ranier nat. park. It's hard to find tougher terrain to navigate than that. Maybe Alaska or parts of Colorado. This guy should have his Michigan hunting privilege revoked for life.