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If you think Liberals could get incensed over a Giraffe hunt just imagine their outrage over a Triceratops hunt!!
And a hunt in which the Trumps purportedly participated in to boot!! eek grin
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They do so love to flaunt their ignorance.

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I showed this to two of my grandchildren ages 7 and 10 and asked them what was wrong with the story. Both of them got it immediately which ought to give everyone some indication as to the intelligence of many liberals! smirk grin
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They're probably professors at the University. Don't give ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN or MSNBC any ammunition because if they get wind of this that will be their lead story all week. That is until someone tells them that the Triceratops is extinct.

But that won't bother Mika on Morning Joe however, She'll find some logical way (yea right) to keep this in the news. I can just hear Mika saying, "Well why does that matter they're still killing animals aren't they?"

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Triceratops hunting must be BANNED!...Geo

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Ridiculous, triceratops hunting should be carefully regulated to ensure their survival, and aid the local economy. Perhaps we could get a seperate pen raised species just for trophy hunters.

The foolishness of the original article stretches the imagination. Sad if it was actually serious

The. Again imagine a Jurassic Park hunting area for the extremely well to do

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Setting aside the ridiculousness of this video, and people's either complete inability to listen critically, or complete idiocy as to animal knowledge...in terms of hunting in general, I just want to ask people who think it's so terrible two questions:

1. Aside from farming, what do you think your forefathers did for food?

2. Hunting requires me to spend the time carefully (and often fruitlessly!) setting my skill against the animal's in his own habitat, where he has a chance to elude me. He lives wild and free until the moment my bullet shuts out the lights. Until then, he is happy and frolicking his days away. So...how is THAT less ethical than tasking OTHER PEOPLE to establish large holding facilities in which animals live short and frightening lives penned in tightly in dark places, until the time they are "processed" and then shipped under cellophane wrappers so that someone can pick it off a shelf having no appreciation for the meat they are about to consume?

I wish they would write "COW MEAT -- factory penned, killed and processed" on the package instead of "beef." People might get a more realistic perspective.

Sometimes I think Walt Disney did more harm than good in his life. Because the personification of cartoon animals has done more to delude people than entertain them.

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Originally Posted By: Nudge
...Aside from farming, what do you think your forefathers did for food?- NDG


Just be glad corn and Brussel sprouts do not have faces!...Geo

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I'd shoot Brussel sprouts just for fun. They're disgusting creatures. smile


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The people who bought in to the original article thinks a sirloin comes from a steak farm where they are periodically picked and sent to the store.
Many years ago when I was in college most of my friends had grown up on a farm. At times we'd be talking about farming while sitting around in the lounge. The subject of veal would occasionally come up and sure as hell one of the city slickers would ask what a Veal was. We'd explain that it was a rather small furry goat like animal that was harvested for their tenderness and they would buy it every time!! grin
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