Re: A Warm Feeling
Posted: Sun Oct 13, 2019 9:56 pm
I didn't know 3 year olds did stuff like that; Seems like you had a weird childhood.
...you most definitely had a weird childhood.Most people grow out of the fascination of killing for fun.
But no, for the vast majority of hunters, it's not fun for them to kill something; That might be hard for you to believe, but I've had a similar misconception until recently when I started looking into how game meats are resourced vs an animal which has been factory farmed.
Hunters usually have a profound amount of understanding and respect for the animals they're bringing back. What's 'fun' for them is bringing back food that they know has been much more humanely harvested than the place that mcdonald's hamburger is coming from. Even in the case of trophy hunting, the cost of those licenses are being used to fund more conservations than any vegan on the face of the earth is coughing up.
Of course, it goes against the hard-left of the 'animal rights' people, who are absolutely appalled by the idea that killing an animal could ever lead to a greater good.
Might I ask if you eat meat, yourself?Morons like that should be press-ganged into the army and have their vas deferens cut to stop them spreading their seed to the next generation.
The more people like that who get killed the better off the human race will be.