buckwild wrote:I saw some "falling leaves and spice" febreeze in the bathroom at work and it reminded me of this post...
I read the link and googled the topic as well. Seems like the consensus among hunters is that the smell is not (and possibly cannot) be associated with humans. I had heard that about urine, but not feces. Just as a reassurance, does anyone know if there is information out there that has a scientific basis for this conclusion?
You know, this looks like a job for the Blackhole Institute of Advanced Whitetail Studies.
I can just see Scooter next summer when I start passing out assignments for the coming season. I can see the double blind tests. I can envision going for the grant money. I can just imagine the looks when I go to the Board of Directors Meeting and announce our priorities.
"How many thousands of dollars for Ex-Lax?" They'll ask.
"We need a consistent sample." I'll reply.
They laughed when I told them about the anti-Telepathy hat. They darn near fell out of their chairs when I asked them to fund the DST project. I just can't wait for them to hear about this one.
" . . .But. . . But. . can't you use a substitute?"
"And risk our credibility using mock poo?" I'll reply with indignance.
"But that will take. . ."
"We'll use convicts." I'll reply. "I have Scooter working on the logistics as we speak."
Anyone want to volunteer? I'm sure we can work out a deal for CE credits.