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(Daily Mail)   11-year-old girl who needs a heart and liver transplant can't contain her joy after killing 335-pound bear on hunting trip. Too bad he didn't have a heart and a liver in his pic-a-nic basket   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 385
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2012-10-05 06:41:22 AM

NannyStatePark: I hear bears are DEELISH!


I want to know where you heard that. If you are just joking then never mind.

I've had bear. It tastes like ashes. It is textureless grey matter that resembles ground beef and has the consistency of mashed up tattered cloth.
 
2012-10-05 06:41:37 AM

cassanovascotian: but killing animals for fun. That I don't get.


I know I'm going to get flamed for this, but whatever. Firstly, I'm not a hunter. I've never been hunting or even held a gun, but I don't have a problem with hunters. I used to, but I've since changed my opinion for several reasons.

1) There is a science to how animal populations grow and change. There is a set mortality that occurs every year; a certain percentage of the population will simply not survive either due to disease, predation, starvation or accidental death. Tag numbers are set to fall within that range, so that the total population is not adversely affected.

2) Hunting can sometimes be necessary to preserve the health or integrity of an ecosystem by controlling animal populations, such as culling deer or coyote populations. In most of North America we've pretty much eliminated the apex predators, either through fear or for protection of livestock, which can cause huge population spikes in many herbivore or omnivore species. In many cases, hunting or poisoning is the only thing keeping these populations from growing to the point of starvation and population crash.

3) Hunters provide the vast majority of funding necessary for biologists to study these animals and their habitats. Funds from the sale of hunting licenses and tags greatly outweighs any donations or funding from non-hunters or government. Research for environmental studies of wildlife population dynamics just isn't considered a priority and is usually the first thing on the chopping block when governments try to balance budgets. For example here in Canada, Ducks Unlimited, which funds countless studies of waterfowl and wetland ecosystems, is almost entirely funded by US duck hunters who travel up here for fertile hunting grounds.

As for whether it's "fun" or not isn't really relevant. To each their own. Some people think fishing is a lot of fun, I happen to think that it's boring as fark. But unless someone is a vegetarian, then they're ok with humans killing animals, they're just passing the responsibility onto someone else to do the dirty work. Plus we lose far more animals to habitat loss for human economic growth (agriculture and urban expansion) than we do to hunting.

/flame away
 
2012-10-05 06:44:31 AM

gmoney101: I'm not a hippy or anything, but I hate to see any animal killed for no reason (except mosquitoes, they make their bed when they try to bite me) even spiders that I am terrified of, I won't kill. However, if it is for food then I agree with hunting. A man that hunts his meat is no more a monster than a man who buys his meat. That said, if this family do not eat this bear, then they can all go fark themselves!
And that silly prick in the comments, farking culls? Black bears are not farking rabbits, they typically have 2 cubs in a litter in 2 year cycles and the more cubs they have the greater the mortality rate in the litter. The woods are farking huge, why the hell would you need to cull? Oh for sport...

/People are coonts


I'm not pro-hunting, but that is just emotive bullshiat. Carnivores have a range. Doesn't matter how "huge" their habitat is, once it gets too crowded then they start wandering in to towns. Then it's culling time.

I need more info as to whether the kill might be justified as part of a cull.

JAYZUSS LOIUSE-USS!!!!

i47.tinypic.com
i45.tinypic.com
http://www.sportsmanhill.com/bear-hunting/giant-grizzly-bear-prince- wi lliam-sound.html
 
2012-10-05 06:44:32 AM

REO-Weedwagon: NannyStatePark: I hear bears are DEELISH!

You heard wrong. Also, a 900-lb bull elk with a 20-point rack tastes like sh*t compared to one of the more plentiful elk cows. And mountain lions, they also taste like sh*t. Of course, the taste doesn't matter. What matters is snapping the photo and keeping the picture out for ostentatious viewing.


My stepdad from Michigan would disagree about the bear.

The only time I've had elk I left a car payment on the table behind me. I had meat all week. I don't think one bear is any more important than all the chicken I ate that died being boiled to death this week. I'll bet she did a better job on the bear than the average meat packer. I'm glad the bear had the sunshine and happiness of freedom before it died.
 
2012-10-05 06:44:34 AM
There's always room for God's creatures...right next to my mashed potatoes and gravy.
 
2012-10-05 06:44:48 AM
She's only 11. Can we really blame the bloodthirsty, cruel little coont for the rubbish her white trash parents filled her head with? It's probably like religion. In a few years' time she will either go full retard and shoot Liberals in front of PP instead of bears, or she might become a hairy vegan.
 
2012-10-05 06:48:13 AM

gmoney101: I'm not a hippy or anything, but I hate to see any animal killed for no reason (except mosquitoes)


My patio has been infested with Crane Flies the past couple springs. I kill them with prejudice because they annoy me. It got to be Amityville Horror levels one year. I feel kinda bad after killing each one. I can't imagine killing a 300+ pound mammal.

Spiders I try to put outside unless I feel directly threatened. At least they don't bring friends.
 
2012-10-05 06:49:42 AM
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Meh.
 
2012-10-05 06:53:24 AM

sendtodave: curriemaster: Seriously, why would you hunt animals you cant eat?

I still think that "if you eat it, then that's OK" is motivated reasoning. I don't see the distinction.

Most people that would even debate this crisis of conscious don't need to eat meat. They assuredly don't need to hunt for it. There is tofu at the supermarket.

But, eating meat makes people happy, at the expense of an animal's life. Not much different than sport killing. Dead animal, happy person. Animal exists to make person happy.

The animal doesn't go "Oh, you're killing me so that I can rot in your intestinal tract, instead of leaving my carcass to rot on the ground, so that's OK."

Is killing an animal for the pleasure of a tasty burger really less "sadistic?"


I see the logic in your argument, but Im not sure the concept that it is morally wrong to kill animals for consumption because we now have high-quality alternative protein sources available to us is valid. The fact is that humans and our evolutionary ancestors were omnivorous, with animal protein sources being the most sought after due to the difficulty in obtaining them relative to the high energy density (or how long it kept you full). I would argue that we do have a killing instinct, buried deep in many folk, as well as subconcious reward association with consumption of meat that cant be suppressed only by consuming non-animal proteins. The fact that we eat what we kill ameliorates the fact that we have had to kill in the first place; killing something to hang on your wall satisfies only that killing instinct.
 
2012-10-05 06:53:32 AM
Bear pot roast is tasty as hell. Don't know what you guys have been eating. Grey, ashy mess? Sounds like opossum.
 
2012-10-05 06:54:46 AM

Bathysphere: Bear pot roast is tasty as hell. Don't know what you guys have been eating. Grey, ashy mess? Sounds like opossum.


I had some bbq bear meat once. A little stringy, but otherwise pretty tasty. If it tastes bad, it's probably not properly processed or field dressed.
 
2012-10-05 06:56:55 AM

Big Ramifications: gmoney101: I'm not a hippy or anything, but I hate to see any animal killed for no reason (except mosquitoes, they make their bed when they try to bite me) even spiders that I am terrified of, I won't kill. However, if it is for food then I agree with hunting. A man that hunts his meat is no more a monster than a man who buys his meat. That said, if this family do not eat this bear, then they can all go fark themselves!
And that silly prick in the comments, farking culls? Black bears are not farking rabbits, they typically have 2 cubs in a litter in 2 year cycles and the more cubs they have the greater the mortality rate in the litter. The woods are farking huge, why the hell would you need to cull? Oh for sport...

/People are coonts

I'm not pro-hunting, but that is just emotive bullshiat. Carnivores have a range. Doesn't matter how "huge" their habitat is, once it gets too crowded then they start wandering in to towns. Then it's culling time.

I need more info as to whether the kill might be justified as part of a cull.

JAYZUSS LOIUSE-USS!!!!

[i47.tinypic.com image 400x579]
[i45.tinypic.com image 400x261]
http://www.sportsmanhill.com/bear-hunting/giant-grizzly-bear-prince- wi lliam-sound.html


That's a Grizzly, Dipshiat
 
2012-10-05 06:57:14 AM
Shoot her, shoot her NOW!
 
2012-10-05 06:57:31 AM
Went fishing up in Canada last month and the lodge served us bear. It was damn good.
 
2012-10-05 06:58:37 AM
Ya know, she's a kid with a lot of health issues, and pain, i would guess. That would be scary as hell, and you gotta feel for her. Still, I'm a little weirded-out about why a sick young kid would want to kill something so much.

Nah, sitting here thinking about it awhile, I guess if I'm gonna support hunting (and I do) I have to support this. I started off thinking of it as a last-wish sort of deal, and that would be creepy. "Before I die, I just wanna kill one more thing. . . " But it's not like that. She's just a sick young kid who wants to live her life, and in her case (and almost surely in her family), that includes hunting. I don't hunt, and my own illnesses just gave me more empathy for living things, so it seemed a little off from my perspective at first.

What kinda pissed me off was that it wasn't enough that it was a freakin' BEAR, she had to think of it as a lion. Jeez, c'mon kid, you're 11, try not to be so jaded, or you're gonna run out of apex predators kill before you can drive!
 
2012-10-05 06:58:54 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: fiver5: She should get her meat at the grocery store in shrink wrapped packages like everyone else does. Because killing animals is wrong.

This is the dumbest comment I've ever read. You know that in order to make that meat that you buy at the grocery store, that someone has to kill the animal it comes from? Just because you're buying something at the store doesn't mean that that animal wasn't slaughtered. It most definitely was.

If I had my druthers, I'd put a stop to killing animals for food. Humans are an agricultural species and don't need meat to survive.


Wow... simply wow. You really missed the sarcasm? Honestly? I mea it was dripping off that statement like STDs off Paris Hilton's sloppy joe.
 
2012-10-05 07:00:14 AM

sendtodave: curriemaster: Seriously, why would you hunt animals you cant eat?

I still think that "if you eat it, then that's OK" is motivated reasoning. I don't see the distinction.

Most people that would even debate this crisis of conscious don't need to eat meat. They assuredly don't need to hunt for it. There is tofu at the supermarket.

But, eating meat makes people happy, at the expense of an animal's life. Not much different than sport killing. Dead animal, happy person. Animal exists to make person happy.

The animal doesn't go "Oh, you're killing me so that I can rot in your intestinal tract, instead of leaving my carcass to rot on the ground, so that's OK."

Is killing an animal for the pleasure of a tasty burger really less "sadistic?"


Made favourite because you can see the distinctio and the contradiction - my favourite is the "leg of lamb", wait till the kid realises were it really comes from and see if they still think 'cute' is 'cute' :).
 
2012-10-05 07:01:28 AM

3rdtimearound: She's only 11. Can we really blame the bloodthirsty, cruel little coont for the rubbish her white trash parents filled her head with? It's probably like religion. In a few years' time she will either go full retard and shoot Liberals in front of PP instead of bears, or she might become a hairy vegan.


thank you for being one of the rare Farkers with an IQ in triple digits. good grief this thread is filled with idiots. i hope they come back & read your post, maybe then they will understand.
 
2012-10-05 07:02:08 AM

sendtodave: cassanovascotian: They were hungry and needed to eat. They did what they had to do. I got no problem with that.

What if they enjoyed it? Because I'm betting that they did. Immensely.


Depends. Some of them probably did. But some of them had a lot more reverence and were very serious about praying to the animals spirit and thanking them for their sacrifice, nor did they hunt more animals than they could reasonably eat and use.

While the bear may not care what it is done with its carcass after it is dead, the point is more that it would be nice if people had a bit more respect and reverence for life in general. I find that attitude tends to go hand in hand with kindness and compassion. Independent of the philosophical debate over whether it is more or less okay to kill an animal if you're going to eat it, I think that wanting to shoot an animal "for fun" takes a rather different attitude than killing it as a food source. That, I think (to answer your question), is what makes it more sadistic and contemptible.
 
2012-10-05 07:02:48 AM
Yes, sociopaths. Purely for the trophy and no ability (or respect) to grasp just what they've robbed the environment of so they could have a photo and fur.

I am sad for the bear. I am sad for the girl that she is so twisted so young, believing that awful philosophy that we are separate from nature and are to dominate it entirely, rather than accept that we are a part of it and try to cooperate for the best outcome of both.

Also hope whatever organs come available go to someone more creative of mind, less destructive. We have more than enough of her type, and they arent worth much.
 
2012-10-05 07:04:12 AM

curriemaster: I see the logic in your argument, but Im not sure the concept that it is morally wrong to kill animals for consumption because we now have high-quality alternative protein sources available to us is valid. The fact is that humans and our evolutionary ancestors were omnivorous, with animal protein sources being the most sought after due to the difficulty in obtaining them relative to the high energy density (or how long it kept you full). I would argue that we do have a killing instinct, buried deep in many folk, as well as subconcious reward association with consumption of meat that cant be suppressed only by consuming non-animal proteins. The fact that we eat what we kill ameliorates the fact that we have had to kill in the first place; killing something to hang on your wall satisfies only that killing instinct.


Ah, so it is acting based on this killing instinct that is immoral. Not the act per se, but the intent.

Makes sense. But, as you say, that doesn't make eating meat necessarily moral, it's just less immoral.

I don't know if it's enough of a distinction to curse a dying girl.
 
2012-10-05 07:10:20 AM
Heartless.

/poor bear
 
2012-10-05 07:11:10 AM
I kill deer not for sport or food....I kill them for vengeance...and to keep the damn population from eating all the corn.

Actually, I don't hunt, I don't have the patience for it. I tried it once, and I quit after a couple of hours because I was cold and bored.

/up to $20,000 in vehicle damages from deer in the 15 years I have been driving, and I have only confirmed one kill out of 15 hits.
//car is in the shop right now because of those vermin

elementalogic:

Such thought out and reasoned arguments.....you will surely be attacked

*grabs popcorn*
 
2012-10-05 07:11:36 AM

Gawdzila: While the bear may not care what it is done with its carcass after it is dead, the point is more that it would be nice if people had a bit more respect and reverence for life in general. I find that attitude tends to go hand in hand with kindness and compassion.


This is true. It's why many religions favor vegetarianism, I think (even Judeo-Christianity, actually). Animal cruelty is also associated with anti-social disorders.

People that respect life tend to respect all life, people that don't, well, don't.

/meat-eater
 
2012-10-05 07:14:54 AM
Black aren't endangered in the least.

Bear meat is supposed to be tasty.

6,000,000 cows are killed daily in this country, but someone hunting is barbaric.
 
2012-10-05 07:16:50 AM

Gawdzila: sendtodave: cassanovascotian: They were hungry and needed to eat. They did what they had to do. I got no problem with that.

What if they enjoyed it? Because I'm betting that they did. Immensely.

Depends. Some of them probably did. But some of them had a lot more reverence and were very serious about praying to the animals spirit and thanking them for their sacrifice, nor did they hunt more animals than they could reasonably eat and use.

While the bear may not care what it is done with its carcass after it is dead, the point is more that it would be nice if people had a bit more respect and reverence for life in general. I find that attitude tends to go hand in hand with kindness and compassion. Independent of the philosophical debate over whether it is more or less okay to kill an animal if you're going to eat it, I think that wanting to shoot an animal "for fun" takes a rather different attitude than killing it as a food source. That, I think (to answer your question), is what makes it more sadistic and contemptible.


That's where its at Gawdzila - I am a vegetarian and have been for years - but I have never denied the fact if I was starving a lamb would take one for the team (and yes ashamed as I am, you would probably too :D

But damn if you have potatoes to eat or any of the other wonderful things the Mother provides us with, then don't go killing one of Her children just for culinary pleasure (let alone the offensiveness of sport.)
 
2012-10-05 07:16:57 AM
I...don't really see that that's anything to be getting overjoyed about.

That's kind of a sick, sociopathic thing to do.
 
2012-10-05 07:20:16 AM
Mmmm the other white meat - and you don't even need to tenderise the babies first *shame*

*picture a young child on a spit*
 
2012-10-05 07:20:52 AM
I don't understand why she can't just go die without killing other perfectly healthy living things.
 
2012-10-05 07:21:14 AM
What has been overlooked is the obvious underlying purpose of this supposed trophy hunt.
In reality using advanced sciency stuff, doctors successfully transplanted the bears heat and liver into
the 11 year old girl. In years to come the the girls DNA will fuse with that of the bear to create a hybrid species. The "bear girl" will develop an elongated snout and a warm furry pelt. She will then flee to the forest and using her human intelligence and beast like powers she will roam the land in a one bear-girl crusade against all who hunt for sport.

So starts the legend of Bear-Girl.
 
2012-10-05 07:22:11 AM
WTF is wrong with people in this thread?

It's 1 animal for F- sake, and she hunted it, she didn't grow it with a half a billion others crammed into a factory barn, she got out there, in the wild, and hunted... Good on her!

And fark you retards and your bleeding sympathetic hearts to the "poor black bear who never hurt anyone"

Except the people that get mauled when they go into their back yard to investigate who the hell is rummaging through their trash and find a bear staring them in the face... or worse, a cub, who's mama is right behind them...

And it's not like they are endangered, or even threatened...

I say, let the dying 11 year old girl shoot the bear... hell let her slit it's throat... I'll send her flowers, because she's a human, and that thing is an animal. It might not "deserve" it, but it's not more important than an 11 year old girl...

If my babygirl was dying, and all she wanted was to kill a majestic woodland creature before she dies, we'd be on the first plane to canada or alaska, rifles in tow...

She's my baby girl, and no animal running around in the wild is worth the smile on her face
 
2012-10-05 07:24:41 AM
The only animals I ever kill are those that are coming right at me. Or I right at them depending on their point of view

/with my car
 
2012-10-05 07:25:28 AM

gmoney101: Big Ramifications: gmoney101: I'm not a hippy or anything, but I hate to see any animal killed for no reason (except mosquitoes, they make their bed when they try to bite me) even spiders that I am terrified of, I won't kill. However, if it is for food then I agree with hunting. A man that hunts his meat is no more a monster than a man who buys his meat. That said, if this family do not eat this bear, then they can all go fark themselves!
And that silly prick in the comments, farking culls? Black bears are not farking rabbits, they typically have 2 cubs in a litter in 2 year cycles and the more cubs they have the greater the mortality rate in the litter. The woods are farking huge, why the hell would you need to cull? Oh for sport...

/People are coonts

I'm not pro-hunting, but that is just emotive bullshiat. Carnivores have a range. Doesn't matter how "huge" their habitat is, once it gets too crowded then they start wandering in to towns. Then it's culling time.

I need more info as to whether the kill might be justified as part of a cull.

JAYZUSS LOIUSE-USS!!!!

[i47.tinypic.com image 400x579]
[i45.tinypic.com image 400x261]
http://www.sportsmanhill.com/bear-hunting/giant-grizzly-bear-prince- wi lliam-sound.html

That's a Grizzly, Dipshiat

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Good for you, Nimrod.

But it's still a BEAR, moron.

A dead bear in a dead bear thread. How will Farker gmoron101 ever cope?

....I just thought they were thought provoking pictures that peeps might have bin interested in. Sheesh.
 
2012-10-05 07:25:50 AM
Heh, I love people who can't wrap their heads around humans hunting animals.
 
2012-10-05 07:26:11 AM

Big Ramifications: Carnivores have a range. Doesn't matter how "huge" their habitat is, once it gets too crowded then they start wandering in to towns.


This is very occasionally true for bears, although most of the time when you find a bear in town it's because it was driven there by habitat destruction rather than overcrowding. You can't generalize this to all carnivores however. North American wolves, for example, are very skittish around people, wolf attacks are extremely rare. It's a little different for European wolves, they're a little more aggressive. Cougars also stay far away from people.

Of course, "overcrowding" isn't a word that's been applicable to wolves or cougars for more than a hundred years so maybe that's moot.
 
2012-10-05 07:26:24 AM

CeroX: It might not "deserve" it, but it's not more important than an 11 year old girl...


You seem to think that farkers have a higher opinion of children than of wild animals. You are mistaken.

I get the impression that many farkers would hunt small children for sport, if they could.
 
2012-10-05 07:30:48 AM

guises: Big Ramifications: Carnivores have a range. Doesn't matter how "huge" their habitat is, once it gets too crowded then they start wandering in to towns.

This is very occasionally true for bears, although most of the time when you find a bear in town it's because it was driven there by habitat destruction rather than overcrowding. You can't generalize this to all carnivores however. North American wolves, for example, are very skittish around people, wolf attacks are extremely rare. It's a little different for European wolves, they're a little more aggressive. Cougars also stay far away from people.

Of course, "overcrowding" isn't a word that's been applicable to wolves or cougars for more than a hundred years so maybe that's moot.


That's another bit of mental gymnastics, actually.

It's wrong to go kill majestic animals! But if they come into our territory, well now, they have it coming.

Never mind that we're actually the ones encroaching on their territory.

Eh. Might as well just say "It's psychopathic to kill animals for a reason that I don't like."
 
2012-10-05 07:32:15 AM

stuhayes2010: Bear meat is supposed to be tasty.

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In 2003 Denmark was not notable for its cuisine primarily consisting only of various smorrebrød and gravad laks. Eight years later, visitors to Noma are offered foraged sea buckthorn and cured bear meat, lifting the reputation of Mr. Redpezi to gastronomical heights. Mr. Redpezi follows the culinary influence of Ferran Adría, the Spanish chef, whose culinary achievements freed the menus of younger chefs. Mr. Redpezi completed culinary courses in France, Spain and the United States.


Noma's tables are fully booked every night for at least three months ahead. The restaurant was declared "The Best Restaurant in the World" by San Pellegrino and has received two Michelin stars. He has been the guest chef on MasterChef, a British program. The dining room at Noma's is in an old whaling warehouse. The interior is old wood, unadorned walls, and simple cutlery. He never wanted, he asserts, "fat linens and heavy silverware" preferring instead a simple wooden table. His culinary conversation is replete with words like "authenticity" and "rawness."
http://suite101.com/article/rene-redpezi-the-worlds-best-chef-a40575 4
 
2012-10-05 07:32:45 AM
Read the headline, looked at the comment count, just knew the whining would be epic.

Not disappointed.
 
2012-10-05 07:33:43 AM

The Muthaship: Read the headline, looked at the comment count, just knew the whining would be epic.

Not disappointed.


The admins are cackling right now
 
2012-10-05 07:34:20 AM
I want the bear back, fark the human.
 
2012-10-05 07:34:23 AM

CeroX: WTF is wrong with people in this thread?

[...]

let the dying 11 year old girl shoot the bear... hell let her slit it's throat... let her flay the pets of the neighbourhood... let her nourish her soul on the squeals of kittens as they break and burst beneath her dancing feat... let her gouge the eyes of 20 chimps while their mothers watch... let her pull the legs off suckling puppies... I'll send her flowers, because she's a human, and that thing is an animal. It might not "deserve" it, but it's not more important than an 11 year old girl...

If my babygirl was dying, and all she wanted was to kill a majestic woodland creature before she dies, we'd be on the first plane to canada or alaska, rifles in tow...

She's my baby girl, and no animal running around in the wild is worth the smile on her face


I don't think you carried your argument off as thoroughly as you might have, so I extended it a little.
 
2012-10-05 07:35:24 AM
Comments talking about being sad for the bear and biatching about the kid hunting it is what makes me glad I actually don't know you people. And it makes me a little depressed you have the ability to breed and be considered adults.

The bear ended up as food and was deemed legal to hunt by the government agency that issued the permit, mainly due to the need to manage population density properly. Grow up and stop acting like a bunch of little girls.

Or should I downgrade that to fetuses, since it was a little girl way cooler than you who had the hunting experience of a lifetime.
 
2012-10-05 07:35:31 AM
Or 'feet', even. Buggerance.
 
2012-10-05 07:37:18 AM

sendtodave: guises: Big Ramifications: Carnivores have a range. Doesn't matter how "huge" their habitat is, once it gets too crowded then they start wandering in to towns.

This is very occasionally true for bears, although most of the time when you find a bear in town it's because it was driven there by habitat destruction rather than overcrowding. You can't generalize this to all carnivores however. North American wolves, for example, are very skittish around people, wolf attacks are extremely rare. It's a little different for European wolves, they're a little more aggressive. Cougars also stay far away from people.

Of course, "overcrowding" isn't a word that's been applicable to wolves or cougars for more than a hundred years so maybe that's moot.

That's another bit of mental gymnastics, actually.

It's wrong to go kill majestic animals! But if they come into our territory, well now, they have it coming.

Never mind that we're actually the ones encroaching on their territory.

Eh. Might as well just say "It's psychopathic to kill animals for a reason that I don't like."

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Mate, I'm quite prepared to take the other side of the argument. "let's get out of town and abandon our houses coz the bears are running out of room and it's too dangerous to stick around." Seriously.

But fark me. Does it happen? I was trying to use a real life example.

Mental gymnastics. Give me strength.
 
2012-10-05 07:37:24 AM

CeroX: WTF is wrong with people in this thread?

It's 1 animal for F- sake, and she hunted it, she didn't grow it with a half a billion others crammed into a factory barn, she got out there, in the wild, and hunted... Good on her!

And fark you retards and your bleeding sympathetic hearts to the "poor black bear who never hurt anyone"

Except the people that get mauled when they go into their back yard to investigate who the hell is rummaging through their trash and find a bear staring them in the face... or worse, a cub, who's mama is right behind them...

And it's not like they are endangered, or even threatened...

I say, let the dying 11 year old girl shoot the bear... hell let her slit it's throat... I'll send her flowers, because she's a human, and that thing is an animal. It might not "deserve" it, but it's not more important than an 11 year old girl...

If my babygirl was dying, and all she wanted was to kill a majestic woodland creature before she dies, we'd be on the first plane to canada or alaska, rifles in tow...

She's my baby girl, and no animal running around in the wild is worth the smile on her face


Troll!

The first descriptive word I thought of started with 'C' and ended with 't'.
 
2012-10-05 07:38:10 AM

fickenchucker: Comments talking about being sad for the bear and biatching about the kid hunting it is what makes me glad I actually don't know you people. And it makes me a little depressed you have the ability to breed and be considered adults.

The bear ended up as food and was deemed legal to hunt by the government agency that issued the permit, mainly due to the need to manage population density properly. Grow up and stop acting like a bunch of little girls.

Or should I downgrade that to fetuses, since it was a little girl way cooler than you who had the hunting experience of a lifetime.


I just hope she dies before her blood lust extends to humans.
 
2012-10-05 07:38:13 AM

sendtodave: CeroX: It might not "deserve" it, but it's not more important than an 11 year old girl...

You seem to think that farkers have a higher opinion of children than of wild animals. You are mistaken.

I get the impression that many farkers would hunt small children for sport, if they could.


truth be told, i would give up all i possess to be able to hunt down children for sport. there are few things as horrible and insipid as children, and their numbers are way too high.
 
2012-10-05 07:39:14 AM
Suddenly: hilarity.
 
2012-10-05 07:40:37 AM
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