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Barry Bonds Brags About Killing Buck

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Instead of knocking baseballs out of the park, disgraced former sports icon Barry Bonds is now in the woods with a high-powered hunting rifle, killing Bambi’s mom.  Bonds has a new job as spokesman for Christensen Arms, and in a seven-minute infomercial for the company, he brags about taking down these poor defenseless creatures in a single shot.

His written endorsement of the hunting rifles on the Christensen Arms website reads, “With this super wide whitetail closing in, the only thing I had to worry about was putting the crosshairs on the front shoulder, and the rifle would do the rest. One blast is all it took and I left Canada with an amazing whitetail that scored 193.”

So, Barry went from a former baseball hero indicted for lying about steroid use to a gun-toting buffoon who kills animals for fun. Way to rescue your reputation, there.

Via The Inquisitr

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