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Any promoting of Hunting: Hunting is offensive it's self because it violates the rights of the other animal (Regardless of endangered arguments). If it's bad to "hunt humans" in protections of there rights, it's also bad to hunt other animals in protections of there rights too.

Inequality: Stuff like saying "Wolves should be hunted or partly so humans can live", "My sexuality is better", "Discounting other opinions of interest but your own", etc... Is highly banned here. Even saying "My animal is better than yours" is banned too.

Anti-Sexuality of any kind: That includes anti-zoosexuality. Due to actual arguments I been hearing, I get in rage to see hatred against those kinds of people. Remember, I said no hatred of any kind, and that includes that. Period. Otherwise, I would abuse my spiritual view. The anti-sexuality of any kind even includes "pedo", it's self by the way.

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Hasan Prishtina

in protections of there rights

Languages have rights, too.

That includes anti-zoosexuality. [...] The anti-sexuality of any kind even includes "pedo", it's self by the way.

There's a saying in show business that you should never work with animals or children. You, on the other hand, should just stay the fuck away from them.

2/6/2016 9:17:44 PM



the third paragraph is bad but what is wrong with condemning hunting?

I eat meat but I know farm animals are breed specifically to be less sentient. and I will allow hunting if food is the main or only motive since it's pretty much the same as predation.

animals can thin and feel, have morals and societies like us.


2/6/2016 9:19:46 PM

FELIX LÆTVS

@#1912471

Because the OP is essentially condemning any hunting, including for food. It completely ignores native societies across the world who still live traditional lives.

2/6/2016 10:40:03 PM



@ #1912471

You'll "allow" it? Who the hell died and made you God-Emperor? People will hunt animals, for whatever reason they wish, with or without your approval. Suck it up and maybe learn how to "thin".

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Anyway, this quote gets a WTF solely for that last paragraph. Someone should check wwwarea's hard drive.

2/7/2016 2:51:51 AM

Nomen Nescio

farm animals are not bred specifically to be less "sentient". (you mean sapient, by the way, though the mistake's a common one.)

farm animals are bred specifically to be more efficient producers of whatever they're supposed to produce, and in some cases, to better withstand the conditions of factory farming. occasionally, this might result in reduced or altered intelligence levels as a side effect. i am not aware of any breeding efforts aimed specifically at reducing their intelligence, however; it's generally low enough for them to be manageable anyway. and that's all factory farming cares about, that the production means be manageable on the cheap.

(this even extends to plant varieties. growing your own tomatoes, for instance, only makes sense if you go for tomato varieties that factory farms can't economically use, because they don't keep or transport well enough, or similar. growing the usual store-bought tomatoes saves you nothing, and gets you fruit that taste just as cardboard-like as store-bought tomatoes do. less used varieties can taste MUCH better, but can't survive the mechanized shipping and handling, or the long waits between vine and checkout counter.)

if you want ethically raised meat, eggs, and milk, you almost have to raise the animals yourself. second best is to support local-to-you, small-scale farmers; they might use ethical animal husbandry as a selling point, and perhaps even allow enough insight into their farms to verify that claim. large-scale agribusinesses pretty much always compete on price and only on price, selling out ethics and animal welfare to lower that price.

if you have the ability and legal right to keep a couple of backyard chickens for the eggs, i'd almost recommend it just for the experience. might teach you a thing or two about what farm animals are like --- or used to be like, because the most common chicken breeds in battery farms don't make good breeds for small-scale backyard coops anymore; urban chicken keepers tend to use somewhat old-fashioned breeds.

2/7/2016 6:53:13 AM



So, no problem if they force you to have sex against your will? Or to go hunting, for that matter?

2/7/2016 7:42:02 AM

Demon Duck of Doom

I believe in animal rights, but I'm not against hunting. Humans are animals like any other, and it's the Circle of Life.

The things about zoo- and paedophilia... Why don't you have a seat right over there, wwwarea?

@Nomen Nescio: I have a laying hen. I used to have twelve, but raccoons ate the others :_( I love chickens, and second your recommendation of getting a couple.

2/7/2016 10:40:41 AM



it's just too many people seem to focus on an animal's IQ points and not emotions. weren't how they feel more important for civil rights movements with human minorities?

2/7/2016 11:23:23 AM

Hordor the Great

Dude, keep your thoughts about bumming a horse in your head and don't go and look at that sort of thing and that's fine, whatever, it has no impact on anything (well, not fine, but tolerable), but if you do look at it, that's exploitation of an animal, and you need to go to the police.

And God help you if I ever catch you in my stable.

2/7/2016 3:36:04 PM

Old Viking

I don't care what you say. I still like "My dog's better than your dog."

2/7/2016 6:54:22 PM

Anon-e-moose

Wait a sec, while I put on my full-spectrum visor & targeter, wrist blades, cloaking device control gauntlet and shoulder-mounted Plasma Bolt Launcher.

...oh, and a Yautja knew that a boy's gun wasn't real. How's that for Self Control, wwwarea? [/"Predator II"]

2/7/2016 10:31:06 PM

TimeToTurn

Wait, so hunting is bad because muh animal rights, but zoosexuality is okay? So can animals consent to being fucked by humans now all of a sudden?

For that matter, since animals have no rights nor deserve any, hunting is acceptable, as is bestiality (if the latter is particularly fucked up).

@#1912471

Farm animals are not in fact bred to be less intelligent, since pigs are some of the smartest animals out there. It is hypocritical to eat meat and be opposed to hunting.

2/7/2016 11:25:01 PM

Arceus

Even though I don't hunt, I'm personally fine with it if it is just for food.

Hunting for sport on the other hand...

But seriously, that last paragraph scares me.

2/8/2016 5:19:19 AM

nazani14

While I totally oppose hunting as "sport," please shut up. Nobody wants you on their team.

2/8/2016 10:42:09 AM



OK, I'm way more tolerant in sexual matters than a lot of people are but that last paragraph just gets icky. But I'm not going to leave it there because I want to clearly point out the boundaries that are crossed.

For the "zoosexuality" part... OK, you're attracted to animals. That's fine. Go look at furry porn or whatever if that's what turns you on, I'm not going to judge that. (Unlike half the internet seems to...) But don't go actually fucking real life animals that don't have the ability to consent.

You seem to have some really odd concepts of accepting other viewpoints. By which I mean, you don't because it apparently makes you mad and that makes you go against your "spiritual view".

That last sentence... OK, just no. Nobody says that's okay. I believe some people are inclined to feel that sort of attraction, and even most of THEM would agree it's wrong. That is legitimately the one thing I would say justifies sexual repression. (And really, I think we need to reevaluate our stance on how we deal with that to make it so people can get help so they won't act on those urges.) In any case. There's no way to act on that sort of feeling in a way that's healthy or victimless. That's not being hateful or anti-sexuality. That's just being a decent human being.

All of that ickiness aside I do agree that a lot of people are inordinately afraid of sex, especially when it falls outside their comfort zones. But people like this person don't make it any easier for people to broaden their acceptance. They may even make society more narrow-minded. After all, if this is the "open-minded" side of things who would want to side with that?

2/25/2016 9:04:35 PM

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