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Do You Consider Killing Defenseless Animals To Be A Sport?


There is a 1994 movie entitled "Surviving The Game", where former rapper, turned actor "Ice T" plays a homeless man who is lured to a remote area and hunted as human prey. There are some who believe that instead of using the homeless, this would be a fitting end for the so-called "sportsmen" who pleasure themselves by killing defenseless animals; to be hunted as they have hunted.

 

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    Ronnie wrenchBiscuit (wrenchBiscuit) 3 years ago

    I agree , people are omnivores. But men have always supported war. The only difference between War and the hunting of animals, is that in war the prey you are hunting is also hunting you. If we didn't accept it we would stop supporting it.

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    Ronnie wrenchBiscuit (wrenchBiscuit) 3 years ago

    LOL ! I'm sure they would complain that such a thing would be cruel and inhuman. I would buy a front row ticket.


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    Ronnie wrenchBiscuit (wrenchBiscuit) 3 years ago

    I once played a house party for a lawyer. First thing he did was show me his trophies in the living room: A stuffed panther, baboon, small antelope, and others were positioned about the expansive living room. I never played there again.


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    Ronnie wrenchBiscuit (wrenchBiscuit) 3 years ago

    I agree, spending time and money simply for the "sport" of killing, and for a grotesque trophy to hang on your wall, is purely sadistic.

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    Ronnie wrenchBiscuit (wrenchBiscuit) 3 years ago

    I agree. It was not uncommon in the Indigenous world to show respect to the slaughtered animal by asking forgiveness at the kill. Today, such civilized behavior is seen as foolishness, because man believes that he himself is God.

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    Ronnie wrenchBiscuit (wrenchBiscuit) 3 years ago

    Apparently, these so-called sportsman can only be "thrilled" by watching the life blood flow out of an innocent animal. Once in a while, they will shoot each other by mistake. But It is hard to find sympathy for such a cold heart.


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    Ronnie wrenchBiscuit (wrenchBiscuit) 3 years ago

    Interesting observation, but I do not have to be mindful of anything, since I have never taken the life of an animal for the "sport" of it. I don't drive a coal truck or run a powerplant. War is hunting human prey.Your tax dollars support it.


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    Ronnie wrenchBiscuit (wrenchBiscuit) 3 years ago

    But do you think it's ok to do it for the "sport" of killing, rather than for food?