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Offline kallyn

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Re: urban hunting
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2007, 12:57:03 PM »
So basically this guy goes out into populations that are 'domestic' compared to the woodland varieties, who are used to and even trust/depend on people, and "hunts" them.

Well. I guess it does get rid of "weedy" populations of animals in the cities, but I would question the safety of meat from animals living in urban centers.

Cool article though. :)


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Re: urban hunting
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2007, 03:05:25 PM »
I kinda get angry at the people in his story.

Like the girl that refuses to let him use her car "No, not for that." yet she'll use it to go to the store and buy some packaged industrial-farming cruelty. And then she breaks up with him for hunting. I mean, what the crap is that.

And then that dude's wife is threatening to divorce him over shooting rats in his back yard. I bet if they were in her house, she'd have no qualms about setting out traps or hiring someone to kill them. Yeesh. It's like the women in this story are trying to supress and control the men, or something.

In fact, the VEGAN was even cooler about it than they were.

Animal cruelty laws are a joke when (keyword: when) they are enforced by the boys in blue, most of which probably eat meat, and the people who wrote the laws eat meat, and the people who report it eat meat... all from the Cruelty Farms of Industrial-Husbandry.

Animal Rights activists have the right idea, but they need to focus more on the factory farming, not the culling of over-populated, invasive, alien species.  ::)