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Anthony Bourdain: Red stag hunting in Scotland

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bigjohnsd
Saw last night's show, liked it.

Generally like the shows he does, a little different view of the world.

I will refrain from further expressing my feelings upon learning of his visit with the pervert from Texas. :down:

If you're referring to Nugent, he ain't from Texas....and never will be.

I believe he's from Michigan...being the "motor city madman" and all.

You are right, he is "from" Michigan, but I think he now resides on his ranch, in Texas.

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barna

I got the sense of upidy my crap don’t stink type of vibe  from Anthony when I watched a few of his No Reservations shows.   I liked Andrew Zimmerman much better and Andrew is more down to earth type of guy.  He also participated in the hunting and fishing activity quite often.  

Barna

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shinbone
Not much of a fan due to his put-on crappy-snobby atitude.  Last time I saw him he ground-sluiced a quail and then shrugged his shoulder as if to say "I am so cool and this hunting stuff is so easy."  Yuck.

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Dave in Maine

I generally enjoy his programs and, as many others have mentioned upthread, he presents hunting in a generally favorable, objective light.  I recall another program where he went hunting in France, ducks mostly, and a woodcock or two. Then a game feast with an older chef.

Not necessarily everyone's taste, but he's fair and that's a good thing.

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bullseyebill
That older chef was Paul Bocuse, probably the most famous living French chef .

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TonyS
Yeah, Tony knows guys.

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