The Vintage Voice

Unearthing classic articles from previous issues of The Voice Magazine.

To mark Knife Day, a “celebration of this marvellous tool,” we’re serving up two sharp articles that feature hunting knives.

Nothing to fear but fear.  Writer Bill Pollett questions whether the world is becoming more dangerous or we have just become more fearful.  “…statistically speaking, it is no more dangerous to thumb a ride today than it was in the ’70s, or the ’60s, or the ’50s.”  Porkpie Hat – A Hidden Knife, September 12, 2008.

A grizzly tale, literally. Wayne Benedict relates the tale of a trapped bear in BC’s interior.  “He slowly approached the bear, which was obviously worn out from its struggles against the trap, until he could see that it had nearly chewed its paw off to escape.”  The Gleason Brothers, February 4, 2004.

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