Hinkle: Ladies and gentlemen, I've been to a lot of places. And there is very few things that I haven't eaten. I've eaten things that I've caught, that I've trapped, that I've fished for, that I've shot... people say, "Hinkle, you ate that?" And I say, "yup!"
Hinkle: Yeah. Groundhog's not that bad. [...] Ya know, it's like you're hunting except you gotta kill it with your car.
Hinkle: Ladies and gentlemen, I'm sorry to say that I've been unemployed. I have! Straight up unemployed. [...] Got laid off in Ohio, ended up living out of my pickup truck on the Eastern Shore, hunting and fishing for food. [...] That was an interesting part of my life.
Hinkle: You look at the deer and you're like, "hmm, that's a yummy-lookin' deer. I'm gonna get me a venison dinner." Or "hmm, that's a good-lookin' rabbit." Or squirrel. [...] Squirrels? Questionable. But I'd eat deer any day.