You do not need to keep the bottom stub once the tag is validated.
At the time of registration, a confirmation number is provided for the hunter’s records.
This confirmation number need not be written on the carcass tag, but will be required if taking the deer to a taxidermist or meat processor.
The validated carcass tag shall be kept until all the meat is consumed. The December 4-day antlerless-only deer season will be held statewide, making it illegal to hunt bucks during this time, regardless of the weapon used.
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Here, Matthew, who asked that his last name not be used in order to protect their two sons, tells The Post’s Dana Schuster his story.
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On death row, he inexplicably morphs into a young man named Pete Dayton, leading a completely different life. And I want you to obey the the goddamn rules of the road! See more » Driving Theme Written, Arranged, Produced, Performed and Mixed by Trent Reznor Leaving Hope Music/TVT Music (ASCAP) Additional Production by Peter Christopherson Additional Guitars by Danny Lohner Assisted by Brian Pollack Courtesy of Nothing/TVT/Interscope Records See more » This is the first film directed by David Lynch I've seen, not counting The Elephant Man, which is another great film, but is an outsider in his career, since it is not surreal. This was an excellent example of masterful film-making.
When Pete is released, his and Fred's paths begin to cross in a surreal, suspenseful web of intrigue, orchestrated by a shady gangster boss named Dick Laurent. This film is, however, making it the first typical Lynch film I've seen. I had heard a lot about Lynch's films before watching, but I guess I hadn't heard enough. The whole film is like a dream, or, more appropriately, a nightmare. Lynch's direction is eminent, evidenced by the fact that I kept watching, despite not understanding half of what was going on or being able to sympathize with any character(something we are much too used to from mainstream movies). Lynch really plays around with it, and it's always interesting to look at.