I’m starting to learn internet marketing

So I am feeling so much better these days, I am finally walking a bit more even though I still need clutches. but the good news is that I have decided to learn more about internet marketing. I liked the internet ever since I was a child but never really spent time on seeing how I can turn this into a job.

I was looking over the web to see some helpful contents that will assist me and I found many cool posts and sites online. some were better than others but all of them are extremely exciting. here is the video that pushed me to make the final decision and go for it.

I mean the industry is huge, it’s full of cool people and I really think I got the talent to do it. I started reading some guides on social media which I think are good enough. here is the list of resources that I found useful about it:

1. https://moz.com/beginners-guide-to-social-media

2. http://blog.fiverr.com/social-marketing-dos-donts/

3. http://mashable.com/2012/06/12/social-media-beginners-guide/

4. http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/getting-started/

5. http://knowledge.hubspot.com/social-media-user-guide

I can’t express to you more how excited I am. I am going to already help my father’s friend. he has a small company that sells air brushes. so I was thinking about turning to the artists out there. I mean air brushes are used to paint cars as a main industry but artists are also a niche.

So we are going to try to make some cool videos that show the process of an air brush painting process like this one :

I really think I am going to get good at this. my blog will still have personal recovery stories and stuff that I like doing but will also include more information about what I learn from my new profession! sorry to be to hyped up here but I hope you guys understand. It’s just the first time that I really feel something new is coming into my life and I am extremely ecstatic about it.

I hope you will all have a good weekend, and follow your dreams!

Recovery takes time

Hi Guys, ever since my last post I have been going through a lot of pain. It’s so much taken for granted how one can do the everyday things without giving it the true credit it deserves. I mean walking seems so nice and simple when all you parts are in place.

I can tell you I cannot move now for a long time and I still have a lot more to come. I have started reading books and playing some online games, but mostly I am doing a lot of thinking. I think all these years of hunting made me a more hateful person. even though I have great relationships and a loving family. this must have done something to me.

The ability to disconnect from killing another being is already deformed in itself. I have decided to give up hunting and focus more on trying to preserve natural reserves. I have no idea yet how I am going to do this. but one thing is for sure, this burns in me like no other thing does.

I could be also thankful for this injury to hit me since it gives me a lot of time to think. Thanks to my lovely Girlfriend that checks in on me every day and makes sure I get plenty of good food I am on the road to get much better. A friend gave me a book called the Tibetan book of living and dying.

I started to read the introduction so far and it seems like a very wise book. I will keep on reading about it. funny how I get to think of new things in a way that I never had a chance to do so before… I really have somehow a feeling that all of this is going to be for the best.

I have to go back to rest but I wish you all a wonderful weekend.

Till next time.

Hunting accident

Well guys I had it coming. a major hunting accident took place last Saturday. it’s nothing big but while I was trying to shoot a deer I got a ricochet straight into my leg.

I had to get evacuated to the hospital to remove the pellets from my leg. I will have to lie down for a while. the doctors say that it will take around 3-4 weeks of rest until I can walk on the foot since it tore a band of some kind (god damnit)

I am a goner for now. this will give me some good time for thinking and contemplating about my life. being hit by a gun really hurts. actually it hurts much more than I imagined. I can only guess what happens to the animals that I shoot when the full stack of pellets hit them. I know it might sound weird to you but this hit did something to me.

my friends tell me that I need to open up more. well I guess I needed to get hit by a gun to stop and rethink my life. I kind of feel bad now and I am not sure where this is taking to. my girl is by my side to help me out on the weekends but the rest of the time I am left completely alone and this is pretty damn hard.

I have the holy bible with me and I decided to start reading it. I don’t think I can ever be religious but I kinda feel that in bad times like these there should be something that makes me stronger other than hate and shooting. perhaps this was all very wrong. I don’t want to bum all of my hunting friends but I really feel some how that maybe this is the end of my hunting days.

For now I am listening to the doors. one of my favorites.

Have a quiet night, and watch out for ricochets…

Survey shows farmers and hunters have a lot in common.

The Dakota Sky

As a lifelong hunter, I appreciate the fact that most of my hunting is done on someone else’s property. The days I spend in the field are possible only because a farmer has graciously allowed me to hunt on his or her land. I am there to pursue a hobby, while the farmer is there to grow a profitable crop and support a family.

Hunters and farmers have always shared a common connection with the land. Generally speaking, hunters rely on farmers to develop sustainable wildlife habitat, while farmers look to hunters to help control crop depredation and maintain healthy animal populations.

The best examples of this relationship are on display each fall when pheasant hunters walk through strips of unharvested corn, deer hunters sit silently in tree-stands overlooking shelter belts and waterfowl hunters blend into the cattailed sloughs.

Great hunting spots require purposeful land stewardship.

These days, it is…

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Diary Of A Snow Goose Hunter Entry: Calling in a Sandhill Crane!

Sporting Journal Radio


Diary of a snow goose hunter:  Entry 1, 3/15/15

by Bret Amundson

I’m a little late getting started on this diary as we’ve been on the road for close to a month now.  I was invited to come with Tony Crotty and Mid Migration Outfitters to hit the road for the spring snow goose season.  We started in Nebraska and will work our way up through South Dakota.  This year has been crazy to say the least…I’ll have more on that and what we’ve experienced already in a future entry.  For now, check out this video below…

We started seeing sandhill cranes migrating through a couple of days ago…one actually landed in our decoy spread.  I took a couple of pictures and told stories of how I hunted them near Thief River Falls a few years ago.  “Ribeye of the sky” is their nickname and it held true the first…

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Game and Fish increases pronghorn population with killings of coyotes

GarryRogers Nature Conservation

More than 800 coyotes were killed at the direction of the Arizona Game and Fish Department from 2012 to 2014 for the purpose of protecting pronghorn fawns in five areas around the state, agency officials say.  Source: azdailysun.com

GR:  The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) lets people kill Pronghorn Antelope for the money.  Antelope have declined drastically from their original range.  However, AZGFD continues to sell Antelope hunting licenses for $103 ($565 non-residents).

“Annual harvests since 1990 have varied between 500 and 700 bucks, with archers taking a proportionally larger percent of the harvest in recent years. Plagued by encroaching subdivisions, increasing highway construction, and other land-use changes, maintaining even the present number of antelope is dependent on citizen involvement and an aggressive translocation program. Approximately 10 percent of the antelope harvest is in areas having reintroduced herds.”

The AZGFD can’t do much about construction and land-use, but they…

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Henry Lever Action .22WMR (.22 Mag) (Part 1)

Y-ERD Outdoors

This write up will be in multiple parts. Part 1 will focus on the reason why I made this purchase and it’s intended use, which may surprise some people who aren’t used to the concept.I purchased this gun to hunt wild hogs. Yes, a .22 mag for big stinky nasty hogs.

So why a .22 mag to hunt hogs? Well I live in Louisiana in which we are overrun with hogs. On private land you can hunt hogs all year with any weapon and at nighttime outside of deer season (Beginning of March until the End of August). I do have family land with tons of hogs but, it is a considerable drive and there is plenty public land closer to home with tons of hogs. Public land the rules are different, you can only hunt hogs incidentally to any open season. So that means I can only use a…

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Working Through the Beastly Remains of Macpherson’s Sporting Stores, by Merle Patchett

Beastly Histories


The image above depicts the material remains of Macpherson’s Sporting Stores, Inglis Street, Inverness, the supplier and taxidermist of choice to the Highland’s huntin’, shootin’ and fishin’ fraternity for over eighty years. Falling out of business in the 1970s, Macpherson’s workaday material legacy was quickly acquired by Inverness Museum in recognition that they were only remainders marking the craftwork of the most notable taxidermy workshop in Inverness, a town which had been a centre for taxidermy for over a century through its enormous trade in sporting mementoes. The purchase largely consisted of tools, materials and equipment used by the firm’s chief taxidermist, John MacDonald (1884-1969). Macdonald had worked at the firm for 58 years and his tools and equipment had lain virtually untouched since his death in 1969.

The workshop contents, once on public display, are now stored in the museum collections. Removed from their original situation or documentary context, objects and…

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