On April 1, a man named Cary McCook was getting out of his friend’s truck in front of a hotel in Smithers, B.C., when he got housed by a deer. “Holy F just got hit by a deer and ran over in front of my hotel!! Still see the deer fur on my arm,” is how McCook summed up the event on Facebook.
Today, a white-tailed, one-antlered deer that delighted crowds of Harlem residents for weeks died of stress and fear because the governor of New York is in a perpetual juvenile pissing match with the mayor of New York City.
A herd of deer interrupted Saturday’s NCAA Division III Mideast Regional, and one of the animals slammed into a runner. They’re sick of our cars and roads, and now they’re taking us out on their turf.
Go sneeze somewhere else.
Sunday morning. Minnesota. People woke up to a strange sight: two white-tail bucks, their antlers hopelessly locked after a fight, one of them already dead with a broken neck. The other one was sure to be too, if he couldn't be freed—a coyote was circling the scene. So they called the cops, who immediately formulated…
This morning our work chat room was debating who would win in a fight between a turkey and a deer. People actually thought the turkey would win, and it was unanimous, until this video got dropped in. No one stanned for the turkey after this.
Dremiel Byers, a two-time Olympian and 10-time U.S. Nationals champion in wrestling, was charged with "suspicion of hunting out of season and illegal possession of wildlife" in Colorado Springs Thursday evening.
Mike Simundson, a photographer for Keloland TV, captured this deer fight in a Sioux Falls, S.D., park last week. The technique: slap the shit out of each other and slowly back your opponent into a set of bleacher seats. You'll never lose another deer fight again.
The action had to be halted at Meadows Racetrack in western Pennsylvania last Wednesday, as three lost deer somehow found their way onto the track. They poked around the final turn before bolting the wrong way around the track. Then, on the backstretch, they stopped and turned around. It went like this for a while.
World Series hero David Freese had a car accident on Thanksgiving. He was driving his Range Rover in Wildwood, outside St. Louis, when a deer appeared ahead of him. Freese swerved to avoid it, lost control, and drove off the road an into a tree. At least, that's what they WANT you to think.
The video above comes from this past weekend's Buffalo Bill Downhill race, which is a thing in which skateboarders race down a mountain in Golden, Colo.