Boy Bags Hog Bigger Than Hogzilla

Boy Bags Hog Bigger Than Hogzilla

There are 24 comments on the WXIA Atlanta story from May 25, 2007, titled Boy Bags Hog Bigger Than Hogzilla. In it, WXIA Atlanta reports that:

Hogzilla is being made into a horror movie. But the sequel may be even bigger: Meet Monster Pig.

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Big Dad

Loganville, GA

#1 May 25, 2007
Is that Rosie O'Donnell laying there in the photo?

Braselton, GA

#2 May 25, 2007
That's good... keep posting BS news to continue to excite morons to kill what otherwise would be prize photos....
Kudos 11-alive!
Munchkins Mom

Lawrenceville, GA

#3 May 25, 2007
OMG, Bacon and pork chops to feed a small starving country !!!
Philip Griffith

Memphis, TN

#4 May 25, 2007
Their are many animals in this world that never stop growing such as squid, lizards, and certain types of fish. It's not hard to imagine that many types of dinosaurs still exist today, just in miniature form, due to the changes in atmospheric and barometric pressure.
El J

Marietta, GA

#5 May 25, 2007
Yeah, I have unicorns and green eyed alligators in my back yard, too. If you ever take a picture of that monster bass you caught, you know how this one was taken.

Savannah, GA

#6 May 25, 2007
yep,huge lovely animal that survived as long as it did to get that huge.So,when we find it-lets kill it.

Houston, TX

#7 May 26, 2007
What was wrong with just taking a picture of the animal and then letting it live....Why do we feel the need to slaughter everything that moves,,,,,?

Ashburn, VA

#8 May 26, 2007
"It feels really good," Jamison, of Pickensville, said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. "It's a good accomplishment. I probably won't ever kill anything else that big."

After reading the above comment made by Jamison I have no hope that the human race will be evolving into enlightenment any time soon........
its me

Atlanta, GA

#10 May 26, 2007
if it wasn't chasing after you, you shouldn't haved chased it. that is just wrong to have killed this huge animal. it was living it's own life and a young child now has taken it just to be recognized by press and media. that's sad.
Buster Shag

Aurora, CO

#11 May 26, 2007
Cheryl Dear .... Humans have been "killing" since they stood on their own two feet. Wild Chimps do too .... there is only 2% difference betwwen us.

Neither will "quit" ...... ever!

get used to it, or develop an ulcer. Have a nice day

Medina, OH

#12 May 26, 2007
I am still not sure that I believe the story. In any event, why did the little kid have to shoot the rare boar. It should have been captured and studied (and maybe bred). Seems quite a waste to me. There is plenty of other stuff out there to hunt down.

Floral City, FL

#13 May 26, 2007
Im From ALabama i want to kill somthing . IS that what they say in the morning when they get up ? HUH I wonder what i can teach my kidd to kill today HEY theres a big hog down at the ranch let go kill sumtin COMEON BOYS WE GOIN TO KILL US A HOG LET JUNIOR SOOOT It keep shootin junior yeee haa
Enjoy Life

Hiram, GA

#14 May 26, 2007
I wished it wasn't killed also. I want to know how it became so huge. How old was it? Is there more? There was a lot we could of studied from it being alive. Oh well...maybe next time..
Hogzilla lives

Sun City, CA

#15 May 27, 2007
in my pants behind my zipper

Since: May 07

Indianapolis, IN

#16 May 27, 2007
This was a sadistic, weak excuse for a hunt. I have nothing against responsible hunting, and agree that responsible "thinning of the herd" can save overpopulations (from winter starvation, for example). Here in Ohio, the deer population explodes every year. And every year, properly trained hunters take about 200,000 deer. And guess what? It's a good thing for both the hunters and the overall deer population. But what transpired here was a hunting travesty. A kid, accompanied by fully armed adults who do nothing, goes on a three-hour shooting spree against a terrified animal. The three heavily armed adults could have ended the animal's suffering immediately. But noooo, these ignorant yahoos had to egg the kid on so he could slowly finish the job with inferior marksmanship. This had the effect of extending the animal's terror and misery for hours. And because of the atrocious non-action of the accompanying, supposedly responsible, adults, this kid now believes that what he did was a GOOD thing. This so-called "hunt" was an abomination that no truly responsible hunter would applaud. What happened to "one shot, one kill"? Slapping this miniature redneck-in-training on the back and saying "well done, boy" is the mark of a gun-totin' backwoods hick. People who applaud this barbaric display of animal cruelty are perpetuating the stereotype of Southerners being slow-witted, gun-toting inbreds. I can practically hear "Dueling Banjoes" playing in the background. Learn to hunt responsibly, you "Billy Beer" swilling morons. And quit teaching your children that being cruel to animals in the name of "sport" is OK.

Savannah, GA

#17 May 27, 2007
Buster Shag wrote:
Cheryl Dear .... Humans have been "killing" since they stood on their own two feet. Wild Chimps do too .... there is only 2% difference betwwen us.
Neither will "quit" ...... ever!
get used to it, or develop an ulcer. Have a nice day
you really don't see the difference between us and wild chimps?
If you don't-you are possibly farther removed.

Floral City, FL

#18 May 28, 2007
Hell id a payed money just to try to catch the beast.

Jacksonville, FL

#19 May 28, 2007
This was a canned hunt. The animal was contained in a 2-mile fenced area. The media has been duped into giving free adverstising for a canned hunt "preserve". Not only is it cruel to the animal it is putting a child in danger so that his parent (I use that term loosely) can feel like a man. Way to go loser!!!
Hogzilla Comment

Titusville, FL

#20 May 28, 2007
So this fat "Christian" boy, killed a huge pig on fenced in Lost Creek animal preserve. After shooting it 8 times and chasing it for 3 hours in how big an area? I bet he stopped to rest several times while the pig was in severe pain and complete panic to escape. There is nothing heroic about what was done here. Nothing Jesus would have done, that is for sure.
Shame on whole family, and media coverage portraying this as some kind of 'real' hunt.
julia ladd

United States

#21 May 30, 2007

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