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Hobby

Dallas, TX

#1 Nov 2, 2012
Looks like hunting season is getting back into full swing yet again. I can drive through the rural areas here and hear constant gun shots, the hunters are sighting in their guns getting ready for the kill. Quite frankly, I am tired of it and the act of hunting is just down right wrong.

The concept of hunting for food is over. We now have cattle and chickens that are raised to provide us with meat. This alone is enough of a reason to stop the cruel killing of animals. Is it sport to kill an animal that gets lured into a hunter's sights? Yes it is. All for the name of putting a macabre image of a dead animal on the wall. Isn't that nice, something died so you can put it's head on the wall. What about the meat? I would say that less than a quarter of the killers actually use the meat, which alone is grounds to stop the killing of these beautiful animals. We don't need their meat, and you don't need their head on your wall. Case in point, just drive towards nebo, you'll see headless deer carcasses next to the road, where a "sportsman" killed an animal for it's horns. How cute and manly. You see, I understand that there may be some that do get the mean processed or actually use it, but they are few and far between. The art and reasoning for hunting is no longer there. It's time for a ban on all hunting. Shoot your guns all you want, destroy targets, blow all the money. Just stop being stupid and killing these animals. Oh, you're a "conservationist? Give me a break.

“The sons gonna rise...”

Since: Aug 12

Madvegas

#2 Nov 3, 2012
Those cute little things with antlers are becoming over populated.There's nothing wrong with hunting deer,it could be worse.
beeboop

Madisonville, KY

#3 Nov 3, 2012
Hobby wrote:
Looks like hunting season is getting back into full swing yet again. I can drive through the rural areas here and hear constant gun shots, the hunters are sighting in their guns getting ready for the kill. Quite frankly, I am tired of it and the act of hunting is just down right wrong.

The concept of hunting for food is over. We now have cattle and chickens that are raised to provide us with meat. This alone is enough of a reason to stop the cruel killing of animals. Is it sport to kill an animal that gets lured into a hunter's sights? Yes it is. All for the name of putting a macabre image of a dead animal on the wall. Isn't that nice, something died so you can put it's head on the wall. What about the meat? I would say that less than a quarter of the killers actually use the meat, which alone is grounds to stop the killing of these beautiful animals. We don't need their meat, and you don't need their head on your wall. Case in point, just drive towards nebo, you'll see headless deer carcasses next to the road, where a "sportsman" killed an animal for it's horns. How cute and manly. You see, I understand that there may be some that do get the mean processed or actually use it, but they are few and far between. The art and reasoning for hunting is no longer there. It's time for a ban on all hunting. Shoot your guns all you want, destroy targets, blow all the money. Just stop being stupid and killing these animals. Oh, you're a "conservationist? Give me a break.
Wakup, hunting is the best if not the most effective balancing of nature. Just think you want to be run over by deer? Populations all across the country are exploding. If game is not taken regularly , it will reproduce to the state of waste. Disease will ravage the species. And could open up a whole new type of disease affecting humans. And hunting is a American tradition, one that will never be eradicated from this country by anti- Hunting legislation or people wanting to stop hunting in the name of cruelty to animals. Just like gun ownership. It's like country music "it's here to stay" like it or leave it.
REALLY

United States

#5 Nov 3, 2012
Hobby wrote:
Looks like hunting season is getting back into full swing yet again. I can drive through the rural areas here and hear constant gun shots, the hunters are sighting in their guns getting ready for the kill. Quite frankly, I am tired of it and the act of hunting is just down right wrong.
The concept of hunting for food is over. We now have cattle and chickens that are raised to provide us with meat. This alone is enough of a reason to stop the cruel killing of animals. Is it sport to kill an animal that gets lured into a hunter's sights? Yes it is. All for the name of putting a macabre image of a dead animal on the wall. Isn't that nice, something died so you can put it's head on the wall. What about the meat? I would say that less than a quarter of the killers actually use the meat, which alone is grounds to stop the killing of these beautiful animals. We don't need their meat, and you don't need their head on your wall. Case in point, just drive towards nebo, you'll see headless deer carcasses next to the road, where a "sportsman" killed an animal for it's horns. How cute and manly. You see, I understand that there may be some that do get the mean processed or actually use it, but they are few and far between. The art and reasoning for hunting is no longer there. It's time for a ban on all hunting. Shoot your guns all you want, destroy targets, blow all the money. Just stop being stupid and killing these animals. Oh, you're a "conservationist? Give me a break.
I suppose that you think it is ok to kill chickens and cattle? Wow! What a completely idiotic bunch of rambling! Hunting is still used for food consumption. My husband and children hunt, and each animal is used and appreciated. In todays economy, many families need to be able to fill their freezers with food from the wild. The people who shoot deer and leave their bodies at the side of the road are not hunters. They are poachers for the most part. A true hunter appreciates the animal, realizes what it does for the environment, and puts that animal to full use. Have you ever seen one of those chicken trucks driving down the highway with each little cage holding so many chickens that they cant moved and some are clearly dead? If you want to say that the killing of animal is inhumane, then what do you call that? My family is cautious never to kill a mother with little ones to care for. Death of the animal they kill is swift. And the poster above who schooled you on what overpopulation of the deer causes? Good job! I will be thinking of you the next time that I see someone stopped because they hit one of those deer that you believe should be let go. And I will be thinking about you when those vehicle insurance rates raise because of so many deer that end up in the roadway and maybe even colliding with your car. Everyone be safe. As you all know, deer are on the move these days, and other than vehicle damage, they can unintentionally cause you harm in the process.

“Shoot to protect!!!!”

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#6 Nov 3, 2012
Oh boy!! another nut case.I hope they remember this when a deer runs out in front of them and they swerve to miss it and one of his or her children is killed because they over corrected and smashed into a tree. Or it came through the windshield.
Bill

Macon, MO

#7 Jan 17, 2013
Hobby wrote:
Looks like hunting season is getting back into full swing yet again. I can drive through the rural areas here and hear constant gun shots, the hunters are sighting in their guns getting ready for the kill. Quite frankly, I am tired of it and the act of hunting is just down right wrong.
The concept of hunting for food is over. We now have cattle and chickens that are raised to provide us with meat. This alone is enough of a reason to stop the cruel killing of animals. Is it sport to kill an animal that gets lured into a hunter's sights? Yes it is. All for the name of putting a macabre image of a dead animal on the wall. Isn't that nice, something died so you can put it's head on the wall. What about the meat? I would say that less than a quarter of the killers actually use the meat, which alone is grounds to stop the killing of these beautiful animals. We don't need their meat, and you don't need their head on your wall. Case in point, just drive towards nebo, you'll see headless deer carcasses next to the road, where a "sportsman" killed an animal for it's horns. How cute and manly. You see, I understand that there may be some that do get the mean processed or actually use it, but they are few and far between. The art and reasoning for hunting is no longer there. It's time for a ban on all hunting. Shoot your guns all you want, destroy targets, blow all the money. Just stop being stupid and killing these animals. Oh, you're a "conservationist? Give me a break.
Let me guess your gay!
Fishroy

Duluth, GA

#8 Jan 17, 2013
And stupid & most likely the first one to
Try and say 'A deer ran out in front of me!"
When they wreck their vehicle !

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#9 Jan 17, 2013
Bill wrote:
<quoted text>Let me guess your gay!
That be my guess too Bill. He probably would not make it if ever faced with the scenario to fend for himself..lol
Fishroy

Duluth, GA

#10 Jan 17, 2013
A Gay Caveman? ROTFLMAO
Definitely a meat eater..........
mike

Madisonville, KY

#11 Jan 18, 2013
Hobby wrote:
Looks like hunting season is getting back into full swing yet again. I can drive through the rural areas here and hear constant gun shots, the hunters are sighting in their guns getting ready for the kill. Quite frankly, I am tired of it and the act of hunting is just down right wrong.
The concept of hunting for food is over. We now have cattle and chickens that are raised to provide us with meat. This alone is enough of a reason to stop the cruel killing of animals. Is it sport to kill an animal that gets lured into a hunter's sights? Yes it is. All for the name of putting a macabre image of a dead animal on the wall. Isn't that nice, something died so you can put it's head on the wall. What about the meat? I would say that less than a quarter of the killers actually use the meat, which alone is grounds to stop the killing of these beautiful animals. We don't need their meat, and you don't need their head on your wall. Case in point, just drive towards nebo, you'll see headless deer carcasses next to the road, where a "sportsman" killed an animal for it's horns. How cute and manly. You see, I understand that there may be some that do get the mean processed or actually use it, but they are few and far between. The art and reasoning for hunting is no longer there. It's time for a ban on all hunting. Shoot your guns all you want, destroy targets, blow all the money. Just stop being stupid and killing these animals. Oh, you're a "conservationist? Give me a break.
you're an idiot. You are right it is sport, but every hunter I know harvests the meat like they should. ALL THINGS DIE WETHER THEY BE HUMAN ANIMALS OR PLANTS. Get our of your small little world where there is no sadness and its nothing but rainbows and butterflies. No need for 10 ye old girls on this website
Stanley Sniffer

United States

#12 Jan 18, 2013
I like deer meat. Tastes good. That's all, carry on
Greedy Cheeks

Princeton, KY

#13 Jan 19, 2013
Stanley Sniffer wrote:
I like deer meat. Tastes good. That's all, carry on
Whatever you people do, dont tresspass on my property on Clear Creek and Stoney Point because if you do you will be issued a citation and sent to court!
lilittybittydook ieball

Evansville, IN

#14 Jan 20, 2013
What if i sneak out to stoney point and poop out a big hard turd onto the ground just because you told me not to go there?
Greedy Cheeks

Princeton, KY

#15 Jan 20, 2013
lilittybittydookieball wrote:
What if i sneak out to stoney point and poop out a big hard turd onto the ground just because you told me not to go there?
Dare you to try!
Raw breed

Duluth, GA

#16 Jan 20, 2013
You will love it!
Turd munchers do.
By the way that plot you plan on growing,
Is crap weed anyway!
The Truth

Kansas City, MO

#17 Jan 20, 2013
Raw breed wrote:
You will love it!
Turd munchers do.
By the way that plot you plan on growing,
Is crap weed anyway!
^^Know's what turd munchers like. I guess when you spend all summer at Grapevine Lake, you become an experienced expert at that sort of stuff. Right Fish?
Fishroy

Duluth, GA

#19 Jan 20, 2013
The hoses full of fluids keep you happy
But you have to quit sucking them dry!
You're not funny
You're not very smart
And you're not even a drop in the toilet
To what your pops wishes you'd be!
Greedy Cheeks

Mortons Gap, KY

#20 Jan 20, 2013
The Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
^^Know's what turd munchers like. I guess when you spend all summer at Grapevine Lake, you become an experienced expert at that sort of stuff. Right Fish?
Fish aint gonna do anything but whine!
Fishroy

Duluth, GA

#21 Jan 20, 2013
Your a real badass at a distance just like the rest!
Driver

Duluth, GA

#22 Jan 20, 2013
I know who owns Creek and Point!!

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