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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by JM View Post
    Would love to have an adult debate with you on the matter, H, but it doesn't look like you are adult enough to respond to anyone, so I won't waste any more of my time. Have a good day.
    Don't waste time JM. Their minds are locked in, that animals come first, humans come second.
    Go to the zoo and talk to a hippo, wildebeest, camel or a giraffe.
    Same results but the zoo is more entertaining.

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  • Red Angus
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    Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
    I think we all feel a little sad when it comes to the killing part of the hunt, and we quickly put an animal out of its misery if it is not a one-shot kill.
    You think wrongly 99x.

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  • jcarlin
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    H - Hysterical-
    Of the womb. A nervous condition of females once attributed to a defect in the uterus.

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  • JM
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    Would love to have an adult debate with you on the matter, H, but it doesn't look like you are adult enough to respond to anyone, so I won't waste any more of my time. Have a good day.

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  • JM
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    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
    Did you know abortions after 20 weeks feel pain. I did not know that until recently.
    Hopefully no one sparks an abortion debate, but something I heard last year or so really cemented my opinion on the matter. I forget the specific quote but I'll try and sum it up. Some people want to debate that a fetus is not a living person until it is born, or some other point in the pregnancy, but if we find a single living cell on mars it would be instant proof of life on mars.

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  • 99explorer
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    Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
    I think we all feel a little sad when it comes to the killing part of the hunt, and we quickly put an animal out of its misery if it is not a one-shot kill.
    Pighunter - Too bad you deleted your reply before I could read it.
    I know how you love to hunt for "the thrill of the kill."
    Your words.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Did you know abortions after 20 weeks feel pain. I did not know that until recently.

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  • 6phunter
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    I was in a big city ,and this guy kept hounding me for money,I told him I wasn't, a bank and I didn't give away money. So he says if I gave him twenty bucks,I could kick him in the nuts. I told him if he kept pestering me I would kick him in the nuts for nothing. Now. H your wearing out my patience.l

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  • Gary Devine
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    Hi Animal Rights Activist, No sportsmen wants to hear or see wildlife suffer.
    We all harvest some of our meat, fish and fowl in the Great outdoors.
    Most Animal Activists, buys his or her meat, fish and fowl in a large food store.
    But that's OK with you, because you don't see the death in the Slaughter House or turkey farm. ?4??

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  • FirstBubba
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    What I like is the "deer in the headlights" look on a treehugger/vegans face when they discover the "organic" farmer had to shoot deer so he would have enough produce to sell! LOL!

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  • dewman
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    Instead of proclaiming yourself animal lovers, which you clearly are not, you should proclaim your true self---- the hater of humans.

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  • MattM37
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    Mother Nature decided that people are meat-eaters. Meat can't be eaten when it's still alive. As creatures with higher-functioning brains than other meat-eaters, we are able, willing, and indeed want to make the meat acquisition as quick and painless as possible. And we do. In answer to your question: On the rare occasions when animals do feel pain to the point of suffering, myself and all of the hunters I know have felt downright nauseated about it. It is a top priority to avoid that situation, for the sake of the animal. If you mean what you say in your question literally, then you are the mentally ill individual.

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  • dewman
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    A few points----
    1. Everything living dies
    2. If you wear clothes, ride a vehicle, or live in a home you have a negative impact on wildlifes ability to live. How many animals live in the Walmart parking lot?
    3. Wild game has a good fighting chance of dying of old age, no feedlot pig, cow, or chicken can make such a boast.
    4. You choose what food you put in your mouth, allow me the same. Don't like hormones or antibiotics, me either.
    5. Vegans and vegetarians are much more destructive to wildlife. Want proof? Drive by the plowed fields in winter and see how many innocent animals are living there.
    6. I have seen scores of suffering animals, pets chained and penned up starved to the point where food could no longer saved them, animals big and small struck by cars, horribly torn by other animals , sometimes for no reason but their instinct, sickness, age, and because I care and I love animals so very much I used a bullet to ease their suffering.

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  • country road
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    My goal is to kill the chosen animal as quickly as possible, not to torture it.
    Not to be flippant, but this is a tough old world and a bullet through the heart is a much easier death for the majority of animals than what Mother Nature provides. Have you ever watched a video of wolves eating a caribou while it is still alive?
    I believe I would choose the bullet instead of cancer or a number of other ways we shuffle off this mortal coil.

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  • Treestand
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    Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
    I would say your question has merit if you were ignorant and genuinely seeking answers, but your following statements rather strongly suggest otherwise.

    So goodbye and please don't slam the door on your way out.
    Mr, H....Hes got the makings of the next school shooter? Ya think!;-((

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