I commented on it when I was at the cash. There were little plastic animals up there that reminded me of going to Diamond Purveyors, the butcher shop on Kingston Rd. when I was a kid. The guys laughed. Those were part of their complete Hunter Dan set - a bit of fun because Dan is the name of their boss. They pulled out the Dan doll itself, in his own little tree stand. It got them talking about 70s rocker Ted Nugent. And I think they said something to the effect of, "He's the nuttiest spokesperson archery could have!"
In the car, Rob was like, "So, who's Ted Nugent?" And I totally didn't know, although I've heard of him on archery websites. Mostly echoing the sentiment above. I looked up his songs. Cat Scratch Fever seemed to be his big one. Nope. Not familiar. When I went to rent a video at Suspect that evening, there was a book about him among all the movie catalogues. Weird. And I'm going to tell you, I sniffed this sour milk. You don't have to. Don't bother to dig further. You should be aiming high, instead.