Do you have adblock enabled?
If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(TMZ)   "Dear Kendall Jones, we at Facebook have reviewed the page 'Kill Kendall Jones' and found it doesn't violate our community standards. Maybe you shouldn't boast about indiscriminately killing animals"   (tmz.com) divider line 402
    More: Followup  
•       •       •

11945 clicks; posted to Main » on 10 Jul 2014 at 9:41 AM (37 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



402 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | » | Last | Show all
 
2014-07-10 08:11:43 AM  
Wait:  Advocating for the extra-judicial death of a human being doesn't violate the community standards of Facebook?

*REALLY*?
 
2014-07-10 08:18:07 AM  

dittybopper: Wait:  Advocating for the extra-judicial death of a human being doesn't violate the community standards of Facebook?

*REALLY*?


In regards to her... grumpycatgood.jpg
 
2014-07-10 08:27:09 AM  
Hmmm, upon further reflection (ie., I actually RTFA), meh.  It's obvious satire.  So I've got no problem with Facebook's decision here.

Though I do wonder about the mental stability of the people who put it up.  Lions actually do kill hundreds of people in Africa each year.  Roughly 60 people per year are killed by lions in Tanzania alone.
 
2014-07-10 08:28:55 AM  
Is this the AW from tech with the fivehead? If so, I'm okay with this.
 
2014-07-10 08:35:28 AM  
I'll bet $20 e-dollars that a family member created the page to draw up controversy and keep her name in the headlines until her stupid show debuts on that channel I've never heard of.
 
2014-07-10 08:48:37 AM  

dittybopper: Hmmm, upon further reflection (ie., I actually RTFA), meh.  It's obvious satire.  So I've got no problem with Facebook's decision here.

Though I do wonder about the mental stability of the people who put it up.  Lions actually do kill hundreds of people in Africa each year.  Roughly 60 people per year are killed by lions in Tanzania alone.


There are legitimate reasons to control the populations of these animals - safety, wildlife management - and the sales of these permits do raise much needed money and the meat is given to the locals and consumed, but I find what she is doing in glorifying herself to be crass. Not to mention, many of these hunts are about as legit as a pro wrestling match. I mean, look at her hair and makeup in those trophy pictures. It's perfect in most of them. And she hasn't even broken a sweat in half of them. I'm not buying it.

That said, no one should wish death upon her. What she is doing is in complete conformity with the laws of those countries.
 
2014-07-10 08:49:05 AM  

dittybopper: Hmmm, upon further reflection (ie., I actually RTFA), meh.  It's obvious satire.  So I've got no problem with Facebook's decision here.

Though I do wonder about the mental stability of the people who put it up.  Lions actually do kill hundreds of people in Africa each year.  Roughly 60 people per year are killed by lions in Tanzania alone.


If the lions are driving into the suburbs and shooting people having dinner in their yard, then it would be alarming.
 
2014-07-10 09:02:42 AM  

scottydoesntknow: I'll bet $20 e-dollars that a family member created the page to draw up controversy and keep her name in the headlines until her stupid show debuts on that channel I've never heard of.


I'd take that bet.  Based upon the reaction here on Fark and elsewhere, it's almost a certainty that someone else put the page up.

People just tend to get real stupid when post pictures like that.  *REAL* stupid.  I've had to do things like this to avoid getting a 24 hour time-out:

img.fark.net

img.fark.net

Note that both of them used archery equipment, and in the case of the polar bear, a traditional style (ie., not a compound) bow.

Sorry, I just don't know what the fuss is about.

You want to biatch about killing animals?  biatch about the limp-dicked Chinese men who pay huge sums of money for "traditional medicine" like tiger penis, or Arabs who just have to have real rhino horn for their jambiya, or (yet again) the Chinese for their addiction to elephant ivory (70% of poached ivory ends up in China).

Those are the bad guys, not some teenybopper who happened to luck out and have a daddy rich enough that he could pay for her to go on Safari and thus pump literally thousands of US dollars back into the conservation department of the country she hunted in.
 
2014-07-10 09:04:14 AM  

I_Am_Weasel: dittybopper: Hmmm, upon further reflection (ie., I actually RTFA), meh.  It's obvious satire.  So I've got no problem with Facebook's decision here.

Though I do wonder about the mental stability of the people who put it up.  Lions actually do kill hundreds of people in Africa each year.  Roughly 60 people per year are killed by lions in Tanzania alone.

If the lions are driving into the suburbs and shooting people having dinner in their yard, then it would be alarming.


You're not very familiar with that part of the world, are you?
 
2014-07-10 09:07:28 AM  

Nabb1: crass


Crass is on the right track, but it's a little more than that, I think. I can't really define it, but there's something about wanton conspicuous consumption that rubs me the wrong way. This also has a twinge of sociopathy to it.

I mean, if she really, really wanted to hunt, she's more than welcome to camp out in my backyard and take shots at the deer that run rampant through my petunias.
 
2014-07-10 09:10:50 AM  

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Nabb1: crass

Crass is on the right track, but it's a little more than that, I think. I can't really define it, but there's something about wanton conspicuous consumption that rubs me the wrong way. This also has a twinge of sociopathy to it.

I mean, if she really, really wanted to hunt, she's more than welcome to camp out in my backyard and take shots at the deer that run rampant through my petunias.


I agree. Something about this rubs me the wrong way, even though I've known about these hunts for years and years and understand that the are sort of a necessary evil in many respects, but her self-promotion is just so, I don't know, gauche.
 
2014-07-10 09:12:59 AM  

I_Am_Weasel: dittybopper: Hmmm, upon further reflection (ie., I actually RTFA), meh.  It's obvious satire.  So I've got no problem with Facebook's decision here.

Though I do wonder about the mental stability of the people who put it up.  Lions actually do kill hundreds of people in Africa each year.  Roughly 60 people per year are killed by lions in Tanzania alone.

If the lions are driving into the suburbs and shooting people having dinner in their yard, then it would be alarming.


If you are interested, this is a really good article about lion predation on human beings:

http://www.naturalhistorymag.com/htmlsite/0509/0509_feature.html

Some cases are particularly horrifying: lions dig through thatched roofs and drag elderly people out of bed; they pluck small children from the breasts of their nursing mothers or the arms of their grandmothers; one woman lost her husband and parents in two separate attacks several months apart.

And that's not a sensationalized article, it's actually quite well balanced.
 
2014-07-10 09:18:27 AM  

dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: I'll bet $20 e-dollars that a family member created the page to draw up controversy and keep her name in the headlines until her stupid show debuts on that channel I've never heard of.

I'd take that bet.  Based upon the reaction here on Fark and elsewhere, it's almost a certainty that someone else put the page up.

People just tend to get real stupid when post pictures like that.  *REAL* stupid.  I've had to do things like this to avoid getting a 24 hour time-out:





Note that both of them used archery equipment, and in the case of the polar bear, a traditional style (ie., not a compound) bow.

Sorry, I just don't know what the fuss is about.

You want to biatch about killing animals?  biatch about the limp-dicked Chinese men who pay huge sums of money for "traditional medicine" like tiger penis, or Arabs who just have to have real rhino horn for their jambiya, or (yet again) the Chinese for their addiction to elephant ivory (70% of poached ivory ends up in China).

Those are the bad guys, not some teenybopper who happened to luck out and have a daddy rich enough that he could pay for her to go on Safari and thus pump literally thousands of US dollars back into the conservation department of the country she hunted in.


Should be a fair fight. Kill it with their bare hands or die trying.
 
2014-07-10 09:23:53 AM  

Nabb1: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Nabb1: crass

Crass is on the right track, but it's a little more than that, I think. I can't really define it, but there's something about wanton conspicuous consumption that rubs me the wrong way. This also has a twinge of sociopathy to it.

I mean, if she really, really wanted to hunt, she's more than welcome to camp out in my backyard and take shots at the deer that run rampant through my petunias.

I agree. Something about this rubs me the wrong way, even though I've known about these hunts for years and years and understand that the are sort of a necessary evil in many respects, but her self-promotion is just so, I don't know, gauche.


So, basically, you're OK with it, so long as you don't have to confront it, because it makes you uncomfortable?

The only feelings it brings out in me is jealously:  I'd love to go on African safari.  Don't think I'll ever be able to afford it, though.

Of course, I'd do it "the hard way", with a traditional bow and a flintlock.

Though I'd probably have to have dad make up something like an 8 or 4 bore rifle, because even the .62 caliber* Baker Rifle seems puny when going after something like Cape Buffalo.

Would also have to work on getting my arms in shape to pull an 80+ lb longbow.

*For comparison, that's about a 20 bore.  An 8 bore rifle would be about .84 caliber, and a 4 bore about 1.05 caliber.
 
2014-07-10 09:32:43 AM  

dittybopper: Nabb1: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Nabb1: crass

Crass is on the right track, but it's a little more than that, I think. I can't really define it, but there's something about wanton conspicuous consumption that rubs me the wrong way. This also has a twinge of sociopathy to it.

I mean, if she really, really wanted to hunt, she's more than welcome to camp out in my backyard and take shots at the deer that run rampant through my petunias.

I agree. Something about this rubs me the wrong way, even though I've known about these hunts for years and years and understand that the are sort of a necessary evil in many respects, but her self-promotion is just so, I don't know, gauche.

So, basically, you're OK with it, so long as you don't have to confront it, because it makes you uncomfortable?

The only feelings it brings out in me is jealously:  I'd love to go on African safari.  Don't think I'll ever be able to afford it, though.

Of course, I'd do it "the hard way", with a traditional bow and a flintlock.

Though I'd probably have to have dad make up something like an 8 or 4 bore rifle, because even the .62 caliber* Baker Rifle seems puny when going after something like Cape Buffalo.

Would also have to work on getting my arms in shape to pull an 80+ lb longbow.

*For comparison, that's about a 20 bore.  An 8 bore rifle would be about .84 caliber, and a 4 bore about 1.05 caliber.


I think turning it into shameless self-promotion is pretty bad, especially when many of these hunts involve game wardens drive you straight out to the animal that's already been selected to be killed. Most of these things are Great White Hunter Fantasy Camp.
 
2014-07-10 09:43:03 AM  
When attention whoring goes wrong....
 
2014-07-10 09:44:41 AM  

dittybopper: If you are interested, this is a really good article about lion predation on human beings:

http://www.naturalhistorymag.com/htmlsite/0509/0509_feature.html

Some cases are particularly horrifying: lions dig through thatched roofs and drag elderly people out of bed; they pluck small children from the breasts of their nursing mothers or the arms of their grandmothers; one woman lost her husband and parents in two separate attacks several months apart.

And that's not a sensationalized article, it's actually quite well balanced.


And you completely gloss over WHY the lions are preying on humans.  Because humans are shrinking their range and killing a lot of their normal prey.

Gee, I wonder why anyone would think that the lions wouldn't want to kill humans to survive?  Couldn't be that they are easy prey in their hunting range, now could it?
 
2014-07-10 09:44:54 AM  
She's got "big girl" arms. The rest of her body will catch up.

Let's just call it karma and move along, shall we?
 
2014-07-10 09:46:10 AM  

scottydoesntknow: I'll bet $20 e-dollars that a family member created the page to draw up controversy and keep her name in the headlines until her stupid show debuts on that channel I've never heard of.


I find your cynicism...refreshing.
 
2014-07-10 09:46:59 AM  

Nabb1: dittybopper: Hmmm, upon further reflection (ie., I actually RTFA), meh.  It's obvious satire.  So I've got no problem with Facebook's decision here.

Though I do wonder about the mental stability of the people who put it up.  Lions actually do kill hundreds of people in Africa each year.  Roughly 60 people per year are killed by lions in Tanzania alone.

There are legitimate reasons to control the populations of these animals - safety, wildlife management - and the sales of these permits do raise much needed money and the meat is given to the locals and consumed, but I find what she is doing in glorifying herself to be crass. Not to mention, many of these hunts are about as legit as a pro wrestling match. I mean, look at her hair and makeup in those trophy pictures. It's perfect in most of them. And she hasn't even broken a sweat in half of them. I'm not buying it.

That said, no one should wish death upon her. What she is doing is in complete conformity with the laws of those countries.


You make a very logical argument, but I still would like to drop an anvil on her head.
 
2014-07-10 09:47:03 AM  

dittybopper: Wait:  Advocating for the extra-judicial death of a human being doesn't violate the community standards of Facebook?

*REALLY*?


this.

Being against her hunting is one thing.  Advocating someone murder her is quite another.
 
2014-07-10 09:47:15 AM  
I still love this notion that Africans are sitting around waiting for a wealthy white texan to perform a staged trophy hunt in order to eat.
 
2014-07-10 09:47:20 AM  
TMZ headline: Kendall Jones -- There's a Target on My Head Thanks to Facebook


Facebook has further determined there was nothing inside Kendall's head.
 
2014-07-10 09:48:08 AM  
Give me a show following the exploits of the guy they call when they've got a man-eater in India or a berserker bull elephant.  A grizzled old misanthrope who hates humans more than anything and hunts their hunters solely because they're the only creatures he feels kinship to.  This chick?  Can eat a bowl of dicks.  Except she'd probably need the dicks drugged and staked out in a cage and a really long spoon to reach them from her artfully camo'd perch.
 
2014-07-10 09:48:30 AM  
A renactment of the hunt:

ok!...ready!...aim!....fire!

c1.staticflickr.com
pew! pew! pew! merica!

d2kr7m1e04yntb.cloudfront.net
 
2014-07-10 09:48:37 AM  
You can go on a big game hunt or safari and instead of killing the animal a vetrinarian has animals earmarked for treatment and all you do is tranq the animal and pose with its unconscious body.

Then the vet does its thing and you go back to camp and try not to get aids.
 
2014-07-10 09:49:06 AM  
[no1curr.gif]
 
2014-07-10 09:49:15 AM  
It's a sad world when people think killing someone is the perfect revenge, over animals.

The best revenge is having her live the rest of her life experiencing everything us plebians do.

Look for a job, wind up with a shiatty one while "trying" to find one that fits your degree.

Wake up at the same time or earlier every morning, as you did in high school.

Eat what you can afford not what you want.

Have a 50/50 chance of marrying a pansy

And to top it all off, be too tired from work to have a social life the same size or bigger as you probably had as a kid.

Now if you'll excuse me. I'm going to count down the hours till I go home from work.  
Spend a couple hours with some friends.  
Drown my sorrows in cold water, because part of the reason why I weighed 200 at one point was because of sodas and copious amounts of alcohol.
Watch Netflix while petting my white cat and pretending to be leader of one of James Bond's old enemy agencies "Spector"
Fall asleep to the sound of the air conditioner.
 
2014-07-10 09:50:19 AM  
It'd be funny to get a bunch of folks dressed up as wildlife to follow her around for a day to mess with her.
 
2014-07-10 09:50:33 AM  

Giltric: and try not to get aids.


This is probably the most important part of any trip to Africa.  Those aids are just everywhere over there.
 
2014-07-10 09:53:36 AM  

Skarekrough: It'd be funny to get a bunch of folks dressed up as wildlife to follow her around for a day to mess with her.


Better yet: dress as ghost wildlife!
 
2014-07-10 09:53:44 AM  

dittybopper: You want to biatch about killing animals?  biatch about the limp-dicked Chinese men who pay huge sums of money for "traditional medicine" like tiger penis, or Arabs who just have to have real rhino horn for their jambiya, or (yet again) the Chinese for their addiction to elephant ivory (70% of poached ivory ends up in China).

Those are the bad guys, not some teenybopper who happened to luck out and have a daddy rich enough that he could pay for her to go on Safari and thus pump literally thousands of US dollars back into the conservation department of the country she hunted in.


What makes you believe that people don't complain about those?
 
2014-07-10 09:54:08 AM  
The internet needs a hobby.

/She's a kid for crissakes!
 
2014-07-10 09:54:14 AM  
I would venture from the picture of the lion proudly posing with a rifle that the page wasn't violating because it was incredibly obviously a joke.  Facebook does actually remove fan pages for things that are genuinely threatening or horrible.
 
2014-07-10 09:54:29 AM  

Skarekrough: It'd be funny to get a bunch of folks dressed up as wildlife to follow her around for a day to mess with her.


Furries follow her around, and maybe she gets creeped out enough to shoot one or more of them. That way, everybody wins!
 
2014-07-10 09:55:45 AM  

dittybopper: Those are the bad guys, not some teenybopper who happened to luck out and have a daddy rich enough that he could pay for her to go on Safari and thus pump literally thousands of US dollars back into the conservation department of the country she hunted in.



Sorry, ditty, but she and her daddy are just as bad as the Chinese douchebags you mentioned.

Kendall and her daddy are there for the killing. They give zero farks as to who gets the money.
 
2014-07-10 09:56:03 AM  

cwolf20: It's a sad world when people think killing someone is the perfect revenge, over animals.

The best revenge is having her live the rest of her life experiencing everything us plebians do.

Look for a job, wind up with a shiatty one while "trying" to find one that fits your degree.

Wake up at the same time or earlier every morning, as you did in high school.

Eat what you can afford not what you want.

Have a 50/50 chance of marrying a pansy

And to top it all off, be too tired from work to have a social life the same size or bigger as you probably had as a kid.

Now if you'll excuse me. I'm going to count down the hours till I go home from work.  
Spend a couple hours with some friends.  
Drown my sorrows in cold water, because part of the reason why I weighed 200 at one point was because of sodas and copious amounts of alcohol.
Watch Netflix while petting my white cat and pretending to be leader of one of James Bond's old enemy agencies "Spector"
Fall asleep to the sound of the air conditioner.


www.quickmeme.com
 
2014-07-10 09:56:07 AM  
"A girl is hunting wildlife in compliance to local laws???  KILL HER!!!"

And you wonder why we're skeptical when you propose "reasonable, common-sense" gun laws.
 
2014-07-10 09:56:13 AM  

dittybopper: Nabb1: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Nabb1: crass

Crass is on the right track, but it's a little more than that, I think. I can't really define it, but there's something about wanton conspicuous consumption that rubs me the wrong way. This also has a twinge of sociopathy to it.

I mean, if she really, really wanted to hunt, she's more than welcome to camp out in my backyard and take shots at the deer that run rampant through my petunias.

I agree. Something about this rubs me the wrong way, even though I've known about these hunts for years and years and understand that the are sort of a necessary evil in many respects, but her self-promotion is just so, I don't know, gauche.

So, basically, you're OK with it, so long as you don't have to confront it, because it makes you uncomfortable?

The only feelings it brings out in me is jealously:  I'd love to go on African safari.  Don't think I'll ever be able to afford it, though.

Of course, I'd do it "the hard way", with a traditional bow and a flintlock.

Though I'd probably have to have dad make up something like an 8 or 4 bore rifle, because even the .62 caliber* Baker Rifle seems puny when going after something like Cape Buffalo.

Would also have to work on getting my arms in shape to pull an 80+ lb longbow.

*For comparison, that's about a 20 bore.  An 8 bore rifle would be about .84 caliber, and a 4 bore about 1.05 caliber.


Have you ever read the hunting books of Frederick Courteney Selous? Fascinating stuff. He shot an old 4 bore for a season that kicked so badly that he swore it affected his shooting for the rest of his life.

Also, an apropos quote:
"But any one who hunts big game ought to be prepared to take some chances; and after all, if the element of danger were entirely eliminated, where would the fun come in?"
 
2014-07-10 09:56:18 AM  

JackieRabbit: When attention whoring goes wrong....


Because we all know that Facebook is definitely NOT for attention whoring.   If I went big game hunt it sure as hell would be posted on Facebook.
 
2014-07-10 09:56:20 AM  

AurizenDarkstar: dittybopper: If you are interested, this is a really good article about lion predation on human beings:

http://www.naturalhistorymag.com/htmlsite/0509/0509_feature.html

Some cases are particularly horrifying: lions dig through thatched roofs and drag elderly people out of bed; they pluck small children from the breasts of their nursing mothers or the arms of their grandmothers; one woman lost her husband and parents in two separate attacks several months apart.

And that's not a sensationalized article, it's actually quite well balanced.

And you completely gloss over WHY the lions are preying on humans.  Because humans are shrinking their range and killing a lot of their normal prey.

Gee, I wonder why anyone would think that the lions wouldn't want to kill humans to survive?  Couldn't be that they are easy prey in their hunting range, now could it?


Or you know, it could have something to do with lions being overtly aggressive wild animals that are entirely unable to coexist with human beings.
 
2014-07-10 09:56:47 AM  
Brave "hunters" getting ready to "selectively control" the population of Yellowstone bison. Because really, that ain't hunting.

www.all-creatures.org

www.all-creatures.org

Man, just look at how proud he is! It must have taken him minutes to bag that trophy!

media.liveauctiongroup.net
 
2014-07-10 09:57:57 AM  

Nabb1: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Nabb1: crass

Crass is on the right track, but it's a little more than that, I think. I can't really define it, but there's something about wanton conspicuous consumption that rubs me the wrong way. This also has a twinge of sociopathy to it.

I mean, if she really, really wanted to hunt, she's more than welcome to camp out in my backyard and take shots at the deer that run rampant through my petunias.

I agree. Something about this rubs me the wrong way, even though I've known about these hunts for years and years and understand that the are sort of a necessary evil in many respects, but her self-promotion is just so, I don't know, gauche.



isn't that the point of Facebook?
 
2014-07-10 09:58:34 AM  

dittybopper: scottydoesntknow: I'll bet $20 e-dollars that a family member created the page to draw up controversy and keep her name in the headlines until her stupid show debuts on that channel I've never heard of.

I'd take that bet.  Based upon the reaction here on Fark and elsewhere, it's almost a certainty that someone else put the page up.

People just tend to get real stupid when post pictures like that.  *REAL* stupid.  I've had to do things like this to avoid getting a 24 hour time-out:

[img.fark.net image 450x330]

[img.fark.net image 437x249]

Note that both of them used archery equipment, and in the case of the polar bear, a traditional style (ie., not a compound) bow.

Sorry, I just don't know what the fuss is about.

You want to biatch about killing animals?  biatch about the limp-dicked Chinese men who pay huge sums of money for "traditional medicine" like tiger penis, or Arabs who just have to have real rhino horn for their jambiya, or (yet again) the Chinese for their addiction to elephant ivory (70% of poached ivory ends up in China).

Those are the bad guys, not some teenybopper who happened to luck out and have a daddy rich enough that he could pay for her to go on Safari and thus pump literally thousands of US dollars back into the conservation department of the country she hunted in.


That is a lucid, intelligent, well thought-out objection.... Overruled!
 
2014-07-10 09:58:55 AM  

dittybopper: You want to biatch about killing animals?  biatch about the limp-dicked Chinese men who pay huge sums of money for "traditional medicine" like tiger penis, or Arabs who just have to have real rhino horn for their jambiya, or (yet again) the Chinese for their addiction to elephant ivory (70% of poached ivory ends up in China).

Those are the bad guys, not some teenybopper who happened to luck out and have a daddy rich enough that he could pay for her to go on Safari and thus pump literally thousands of US dollars back into the conservation department of the country she hunted in.


The problem is that largely anything that happens outside of the U.S. where we attempt to make change we get told to STFU and mind our own business.

Well, sorry.  This IS us minding our own business.  She IS our business.  And what she may be doing is not illegal it's tacky and short-sighted and wrong-headed.
 
2014-07-10 09:59:36 AM  

Joe Blowme: Nabb1: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Nabb1: crass

Crass is on the right track, but it's a little more than that, I think. I can't really define it, but there's something about wanton conspicuous consumption that rubs me the wrong way. This also has a twinge of sociopathy to it.

I mean, if she really, really wanted to hunt, she's more than welcome to camp out in my backyard and take shots at the deer that run rampant through my petunias.

I agree. Something about this rubs me the wrong way, even though I've known about these hunts for years and years and understand that the are sort of a necessary evil in many respects, but her self-promotion is just so, I don't know, gauche.


isn't that the point of Facebook?


She's promoting a reality show she plans to star in.
 
2014-07-10 10:00:46 AM  
Good!
 
2014-07-10 10:01:21 AM  

dittybopper: Wait:  Advocating for the extra-judicial death of a human being doesn't violate the community standards of Facebook?

*REALLY*?


Indeed -- death threats are outright illegal, yet that's somehow acceptable to Facebook???  I don't care how bad a person may be, mob violence is not something that should be officially supported by a public company.
 
2014-07-10 10:01:43 AM  

give me doughnuts: dittybopper: Those are the bad guys, not some teenybopper who happened to luck out and have a daddy rich enough that he could pay for her to go on Safari and thus pump literally thousands of US dollars back into the conservation department of the country she hunted in.


Sorry, ditty, but she and her daddy are just as bad as the Chinese douchebags you mentioned.

Kendall and her daddy are there for the killing. They give zero farks as to who gets the money.


TIL that people who follow the law are just as bad as those who break the law.  By this logic, both legal and illegal immigration is wrong, and driving with a license is just as bad as driving without one.
You think that if they didn't give a fark who got the money that they couldn't have done it cheaper the illegal way?  Killing animals is a conservation tool whether you like it or not.  Wiping out an entire species for magic reasons is completely different than taking part in a state sanctioned hunt to control animal population.
 
2014-07-10 10:02:21 AM  

cwolf20: It's a sad world when people think killing someone is the perfect revenge, over animals.

The best revenge is having her live the rest of her life experiencing everything us plebians do.

Look for a job, wind up with a shiatty one while "trying" to find one that fits your degree.

Wake up at the same time or earlier every morning, as you did in high school.

Eat what you can afford not what you want.

Have a 50/50 chance of marrying a pansy

And to top it all off, be too tired from work to have a social life the same size or bigger as you probably had as a kid.

Now if you'll excuse me. I'm going to count down the hours till I go home from work.  
Spend a couple hours with some friends.  
Drown my sorrows in cold water, because part of the reason why I weighed 200 at one point was because of sodas and copious amounts of alcohol.
Watch Netflix while petting my white cat and pretending to be leader of one of James Bond's old enemy agencies "Spector"
Fall asleep to the sound of the air conditioner.


STFU you sound like a whiny millennial. I am guessing you are under 30. Am I right?
 
Displayed 50 of 402 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »
Advertisement
On Twitter





In Other Media


  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.

Report