this reminds me of a time i commented on a joke video on youtube, about a guy trying to disprove atheism with EXTREMELY stupid reasons. i commented seriously and people berated me for not assuming it was fake. I told them that i know people and seen stuff (like in this pic) that proves, some people are just that stupid.
So hunting animals for food is wrong? The person who wrote this is so full of crap. There is nothing wrong with going to the store to get food but there is nothign wrong with hunting animals like deer for food. Our ancestors did it and there is nothing wrong with us doing it.
I feel like this image is particularly ironic given your most recent journal:
"i dont get babies r us kk so at toy r us they sell toys just like the name says but if u go to babies r us they dont sell babies no they sell stuff 'FOR' babies some why dont they just call it baby stuff 'R' us?"
What's even funnier is that hunting is one of the more humane ways to get meat. Animal live their life, and you kill them within a few minutes. Instead of being born in cages, raised in cages, and never seeing the light of day. At least wild animals had a chance to live.
As a vegetarian, you bet I do. While I can't say I'm a fan of hunting, at least the animals get to live a free life in their natural habitat and get killed quickly. What the meat industry does is simply appalling and the person who wrote that quote obviously doesn't know their ass from their elbow. About the only way their argument could make a shred of sense is if they're referring to stores that specialize in free-range meat, where the animals are raised in a healthy environment, fed properly, and slaughtered quickly and humanely. Since they just said "store" though it sounds like they're referring to your average grocery store where you don't know where the meat comes from.
Nice to see a vegetarian feel this way. Man's natural weapon is his brain, and by extension, the tools he crafts. A 'real' hunter spends time and energy in a wild area to stalk and kill, and EAT their prey.
There are distinctions to be made from people who hunt purely for sport and do nothing with the animal, as well as hunt in small 1 or 2 mile square plots that are 'stocked' with game.
Honestly, I wish more people would realize that a hunter is far preferable and more natural to a slaughterhouse, at the very least a bow hunter is much more 'natural'.