Killing Deer Is So Wrong!
Ruff Ruffman

Elizabethtown, KY

#21 Nov 27, 2009
Innocent wrote:
<quoted text>There are more people starving than deer. Do you think we should have open season on them also? People are way more over populated than deer. Still think hunting would be a good way to keep the population down for us? Don't think so. Shouldn't be any different for animals. Let them be. They are beautiful and don't hurt anyone intentional.
Obviously you have never ate breaded DEER tenderlion fried with onions or a good DEER stew...are you a meat eater?
Hunter

Sonora, KY

#22 Nov 27, 2009
I love to get Bambi in my sights and squeeze off a shot and watch him drop. Then comes the knife part. I put a rope around his horns and tie it to some tree limbs above, then I slice him down the middle and remove the guts so I don't have all that weight to drag out of the woods. Yum yum!
tixe

Danville, KY

#23 Nov 27, 2009
I don't have a problem with hunting, as long as the meat is not wasted. What I have a problem with is people who seem to take such joy in their killing. Why is necessary to celebrate it so much?

Putting deer heads on your walls is being disrespectful to the creation that God made, and don't even get me started on those disgraceful pictures that appear in the paper. Why is that necessary?

When it comes down to it, I think hunters are basically just people who enjoy killing things and watching them die. If it were no joy in killing, they wouldn't hang the head on the wall or pose for a disgusting photo with a bloodied corpse.
tixe

Danville, KY

#24 Nov 27, 2009
Hunter wrote:
I love to get Bambi in my sights and squeeze off a shot and watch him drop. Then comes the knife part. I put a rope around his horns and tie it to some tree limbs above, then I slice him down the middle and remove the guts so I don't have all that weight to drag out of the woods. Yum yum!
Do you, by any chance, profess to be a Christian?
native

Elizabethtown, KY

#25 Nov 27, 2009
tixe wrote:
I don't have a problem with hunting, as long as the meat is not wasted. What I have a problem with is people who seem to take such joy in their killing. Why is necessary to celebrate it so much?
Putting deer heads on your walls is being disrespectful to the creation that God made, and don't even get me started on those disgraceful pictures that appear in the paper. Why is that necessary?
When it comes down to it, I think hunters are basically just people who enjoy killing things and watching them die. If it were no joy in killing, they wouldn't hang the head on the wall or pose for a disgusting photo with a bloodied corpse.
You are one of those bleeding hearts. Not worried about the government taking peoples houses and starving them, just don't kill an animal. God provided animals for us to eat. Deer is one such animal. I'm native american, we have ate deer way before your great great great grandfather sailed over here. We honored the deer for allowing himself to die for our family. All parts were used, and still are. I don't condone sport killing, if they don't eat the meat. It's a waste like you all killing millions of buffaloes.
If you loved animals, you would know and understand that those deer tags the hunters pays goes to relocating and upkeep of the deer population. Without that money, alot of deer would starve out and die a worse death than a fast bullet.
As for that deer head on the wall, why don't you take down all that stuff made from china by child labor from yours first.
You people just don't have a clue.
get real

Trinity, TX

#26 Nov 27, 2009
God made manking to rule over the earth. Killing deer for food is our God given right. No shame whatsoever.
FACTS

Grapeland, TX

#27 Nov 27, 2009
Here are some FACTS for the INNOCENT:
Think what you want dipshit.......
Deer hunting has actually become critical to maintaining deer populations and survival in many areas in modern times. Since the dawn of time, mankind has removed predators from his environment. The British hunted down and exterminated the wolves in England and colonists of America followed suit with both wolves and the great cats. Both are rare to find outside of a zoo today, but both controlled the deer populations.
They killed off the sick and elderly, decreasing the spread of disease and allowing young animals more food for their survival; there was a balance in nature. When these predators were removed, their prey began to increase in numbers. Diseases became more common and food supplies started to diminish, many deer populations actually declined. Hunting in a responsible fashion actually helps restore that balance.
Is that balance really important to the environment or other creatures? If deer numbers get to large in an area, they tend to eat up all the available resources and everything suffers. They may eat the young willows and beavers starve, "Big Oak Trees from tiny acorns grow" but not if the tiny seedlings are eaten in-between! Grass is eaten by rabbits, but not if the deer consume it first.
Even aquatic creatures can suffer from too high a deer population. The deer eat all the ground cover and erosion takes over. The runoff into the streams causes siltation; killing frogs, fish and insects that are all critical to the environment! Once those animals start to disappear the whole ecosystem can start to collapse. High deer numbers can cause troubles in any habitat.
But wouldn't nature eventually re-establish a balance? Yes it would over time, but time would likely be several hundred years and the balance would likely be several species going extinct, and haven't enough been lost already? Current controls on deer hunting have resulted in stable numbers and few problems, and the environment is functioning better than expected by some.
Deer hunting is not only important to the environment, it may be critical to the survival of the environment as it is known today!
hey stupid

Elizabethtown, KY

#28 Nov 27, 2009
Innocent wrote:
<quoted text>There are more people starving than deer. Do you think we should have open season on them also? People are way more over populated than deer. Still think hunting would be a good way to keep the population down for us? Don't think so. Shouldn't be any different for animals. Let them be. They are beautiful and don't hurt anyone intentional.
Alot of families in the counties rely on deer meat to eat. If you care about animals at all, you would be at the animal shelter bashing them, they kill animals daily, and do not eat any of them.
They break their necks and throw in a fire.....Don't see you out there animal lover.
Hunter

Sonora, KY

#29 Nov 27, 2009
tixe wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you, by any chance, profess to be a Christian?
Yes, I do and I don't take any joy in the killing, that was just sarcasm to get you bleeding heart liberal that place an animal above a human. If you read your Bible, you will see that God placed animals on this earth for man to eat. I happen to agree with native's response 100%.
walkon

Hodgenville, KY

#30 Nov 27, 2009
Innocent wrote:
<quoted text>Look dumbass, I have the right to voice my opinion. Vegetable don't have a heart and lungs and eyes. Animals have all of those things and they have feeling also. I wish you were a deer and could know the pain of being shot to death like people do them. It is just wrong. I don't care what you say, it is.
By the way I am a smartas- not a dumb one. Second of all why even bring this up on topix in the first place, no your opinion really doesn't matter and you shouldn't have that right...who really cares what you think about it. Who cares what I think about it...your right I'm dumb for wasting my time responding to tree hugging doofs like you. Again, if you eat any meat at all there is no difference. Don't think that cattle, pigs, chickens or any animal you may eat is treated any better when they are about to be processed. I don't have to be shot to feel the pain they feel, all I have to do is listen to people like you to feel the same kind of pain.
Deer Hunter

Elizabethtown, KY

#31 Nov 27, 2009
Innocent speaks of innocent animals..I don't see them saying a thing about beef, chicken and pork..
Deer is no different, it was placed on this earth for food and intend to use it for just that.

There is nothing wrong with deer hunting at all. We never waste the chance to go hunting during deer season. The meat stocks our freezer for quiet a while.

I bet innocent lives in town where they don't have deer destroying the gardens in the summer or has ever had to dodge 3 or 4 in the road to avoid an accident.

Hunting them also helps weed out the sickly deer and makes the breed stronger.
Amy

Greenville, KY

#32 Nov 27, 2009
sad but right wrote:
I think it is sad too but after hitting one and wrecking my car I know it has to be done. My husband hunts and we keep some of the meat and give the rest away. Lots of people go hungry in Campbellsville. I would rather see kids eat then a deer run wild. No different than cows, chickens and pigs. IT IS SO STUPID not to feed kids when you can. The deer is beautiful but deadly also if you get too close. They are also a danger to kids out playing if they walk up on one. The next time you see a hunter, know that he might be feeding a hungry family.
I don't know of any people in C-ville that are going hungry, so many people are getting foodstamps, have you checked out how fat people are these days? Now if anything needs "thinning out" it would be all of the "trash" in this town so how about an open season on them,(I hear the meat is tender).
Deer Hunter

Elizabethtown, KY

#33 Nov 27, 2009
tixe wrote:
I don't have a problem with hunting, as long as the meat is not wasted. What I have a problem with is people who seem to take such joy in their killing. Why is necessary to celebrate it so much?
Putting deer heads on your walls is being disrespectful to the creation that God made, and don't even get me started on those disgraceful pictures that appear in the paper. Why is that necessary?
When it comes down to it, I think hunters are basically just people who enjoy killing things and watching them die. If it were no joy in killing, they wouldn't hang the head on the wall or pose for a disgusting photo with a bloodied corpse.
Until you have went hunting, you have no clue to what you speak of.
There is no "thrill" to kill one. The thrill is knowing that you have gotten one, whether it's for the meat or the trophy rack.
I don't rack hunt, I meat hunt. If the rack is good..Yes I will mount it and place it on the wall. The same way you would place a trophy on the shelf.
Home Boy

Vine Grove, KY

#34 Nov 27, 2009
It might seem wrong, but it tastes sooooo right!
Innocent

Leitchfield, KY

#35 Nov 27, 2009
sad but right wrote:
I think it is sad too but after hitting one and wrecking my car I know it has to be done. My husband hunts and we keep some of the meat and give the rest away. Lots of people go hungry in Campbellsville. I would rather see kids eat then a deer run wild. No different than cows, chickens and pigs. IT IS SO STUPID not to feed kids when you can. The deer is beautiful but deadly also if you get too close. They are also a danger to kids out playing if they walk up on one. The next time you see a hunter, know that he might be feeding a hungry family.
Bullshit. There are other things to eat than meat.
Innocent

Leitchfield, KY

#36 Nov 27, 2009
walkon wrote:
<quoted text>Dumbass, I am a vegetarian.
By the way I am a smartas- not a dumb one. Second of all why even bring this up on topix in the first place, no your opinion really doesn't matter and you shouldn't have that right...who really cares what you think about it. Who cares what I think about it...your right I'm dumb for wasting my time responding to tree hugging doofs like you. Again, if you eat any meat at all there is no difference. Don't think that cattle, pigs, chickens or any animal you may eat is treated any better when they are about to be processed. I don't have to be shot to feel the pain they feel, all I have to do is listen to people like you to feel the same kind of pain.
Dumbass, I do have an opinion and it does count. For your information, no I don't eat meat. I am a vegetarian. Thank You Very Much!
ughh

Elizabethtown, KY

#37 Nov 27, 2009
Innocent wrote:
<quoted text>Dumbass, I do have an opinion and it does count. For your information, no I don't eat meat. I am a vegetarian. Thank You Very Much!
They're gonna die anyway. They're not gonna live forever, somebody might as well get some use out of them.
Jgowen

Lexington, KY

#38 Nov 27, 2009
I don't agree that it is wrong to kill deer IF YOU KILL THEM TO EAT!!! I mean there are just way to many of them and they cause many accidents each year. I think killing them just to kill them is wrong, but if you use the meat whats wrong with it?
tixe

Danville, KY

#39 Nov 27, 2009
You guys are reading way too much into what I said. I said UP FRONT that I had no problem with people killing deer to eat. It's the celebrations (heads on the wall, photos in the paper, etc.) that I think are wrong. Stop putting words into my mouth.

I'll agree that there are some who hunt to stock their freezer, and as long as they allow the animal to die with some degree of dignity and don't make a mockery of it, I have NO problem with it whatsoever. But I will stand by my earlier comment: Way too many hunters do it because they enjoy the kill and want to boast about it. Those are the people I have a problem with.
your trash

United States

#40 Nov 27, 2009
Amy wrote:
<quoted text>I don't know of any people in C-ville that are going hungry, so many people are getting foodstamps, have you checked out how fat people are these days? Now if anything needs "thinning out" it would be all of the "trash" in this town so how about an open season on them,(I hear the meat is tender).
There are proud poor people that will not let the government take care of them, they still have values and morals, those deer in the freezer feeds alot of county people. Your the only trash that needs to be taken out of this town. Just cause you draw a check doesn't mean everyone does.

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