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A. Hunting for sport takes very little skill when you're using high powered rifles, dogs to chase the animal down, etc etc
B. Fighting for sport takes years and years of dedication and courage
C.Hunting for sport involves killing an unwilling participant
D. Fighting for sport involves fighting a willing participant in an agreed upon time, place, and setting
Hunting is really a disgusting and sick sport. If you're out there with a bow and arrow, or a knife, and you're tracking an animal for food, then more power to you. But, if you're using dogs, or high powered rifles with scopes that can let you pick off some innocent and oblivious animal from a mile away you're just pathetic. Then to go hang the head and horns on the wall like you're some big man badass. Hunting is antiquated, and silly.
A) you're obviously very ignorant if you think hunting takes no skill even with a rifle. If you haven't actually done it yourself then how do you know it takes no skill?
What a bunch of liberal p****** in this thread....im discusted at how pussified society has become...
Last edited by HitOrGetHit; 12-16-2010 at 07:31 AM.
Reason: Keep it clean
Maybe if he used a hunting bow and had to get even somewhat close I might respect it a bit more.
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Yeah, Brock likes to hunt with bow too, its kinda hard on that environment he used a rifle though.
And as some others said, hunting is the most legit way for one to feed himself (or herself). Unless you don't eat meat at all you really don't have any right to complain about it, because the general mass produced pork/cow meat/chicken misstreats the animals much more. So basically if you are disgusted about hunting, you shouldn't be even looking at the meat you buy daily from your local supermarkets.
As for vegetarians... I got some vegetarian friends myself and I totally respect their choise and infact some of the food they make is great. Do I agree with them though? No.
Just like about religion, I got same opinion about vegetarians; You can eat/believe in whatever you want, but the moment you start shoving your beliefs at other people is when you have crossed the line. No-one is forcing you to eat meat or believe in whatever they believe in, so you shouldn't be forcing your eating habits or religion at them either.
@op - cheers for the video. Always fun to see Brock hunting or shooting clay pigeons, he seems so calm, happy and relaxed every time. Looking forward to his next fight already though.
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