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SimpleSimon
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quote:
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Yeah. One should always be ready for catastrophe. Adrenaline levels should always be high. That didn't exactly pertain to my quote, though.
But since you bring it up. A kid who learns how things live will acquire more lasting personal and professional benefits than the kid who learns how to kill things. It's pure logic ....and the killing will necessarily follow.

The underlined is nothing more than a pretentious snarky remark. Having such skills will generally result in LOWER adrenaline levels in situations where they might be needed.

As for the rest, okay. One caveat, however - the kids I've known who had been taught hunting and fishing, (wilderness survival skills in general) were far and away more personally knowledgeable about wildlife, its habitats and habits, than those who did not learn such skills.

Your "logic" starts from an erroneous predicate, and thus leads to false-to-fact conclusions.

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Originally posted by SimpleSimon
The underlined is nothing more than a pretentious snarky remark. Having such skills will generally result in LOWER adrenaline levels in situations where they might be needed.

As for the rest, okay. One caveat, however - the kids I've known who had been taught hunting and fishing, (wilderness survival skills in general) were far and away more personally knowledgeable about wildlife, its habitats and habits, than those who did not learn such skills.

Your "logic" starts from an erroneous predicate, and thus leads to false-to-fact conclusions.


I certainly didn't expect you or Jurkin to agree.

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So I take it somehow eating meat is wrong? What about the poor innocent one cell organisms that live on and inside the plants? What about the plants themselves? Aren't they alive as well?

What are we doing with these omnivore teeth?

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meat makes us wiser, wild life meat even better due to the tens of different organic food nutrisions it has consumed.. say like when someone urges africans not to hurt elephants we should as well know that african humans needed to be fed too, you can't say killing animals (well you can but you shouldn't) is bad but letting humans suffer of hunger is good. true that in most cases people hunt or fish as hobbies in "modern" socities, however if these actions don't let the fall of a specie and also done at the correct time, it might be a win win situation for the future of that animal kind. as they will have a real value in the eyes of standard citizens...

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I take it you don't eat meat.

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you are taking it but i know you don't ) and don't run from my arguments, you will be mine..

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Coin learned the hard way as a child that you never make a pet out of the barnyard animals.

"You still wake up sometimes, don't you? You wake up in the dark and hear the screaming of the lambs."

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The first time you're forced to participate in the slaughter and butchering of something you've given a name to is a real eye-opener.

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We're taken to slaughterhouses instead.

I eat meat once in a while.

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My Dad always named the steers, and the pigs, and usually the lambs. Things like "Beefsteak", or "Spare ribs", or "Lamb chops". Didn't bother naming the chickens, the geese, the rabbits, the quail, the guinea hens, or the bantam chickens. To damned many too bother.

The only domestic animals we had that weren't food were the dogs and the horses. The cats weren't really domestic, and when there got to be too many of them, we'd shoot a dozen or so.

I asked Dad why we didn't butcher the horses, and he said because he liked horses more than he really ought, considering how fucking stupid they mostly were.

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Someones married, lower middle class, and lives in the burbs. Possibly mid 40's to early 50's.

Or you posted a couple of your family's facebook pics.

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That's the backyard of his (divorced) Mother's house. He lives in the basement, or over the garage, and hides from his Step Dad.

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My Dad always named the steers, and the pigs, and usually the lambs. Things like "Beefsteak", or "Spare ribs", or "Lamb chops". Didn't bother naming the chickens, the geese, the rabbits, the quail, the guinea hens, or the bantam chickens. To damned many too bother.


We had a goat once. My sister made a pet of it yet named him Barbecue. She knew what the score was.

He was delicious.

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Someones married, lower middle class, and lives in the burbs. Possibly mid 40's to early 50's.




I was picturing him instead:

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The first time you're forced to participate in the slaughter and butchering of something you've given a name to is a real eye-opener.
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The brotherhood of melon loving will save us all, I am sure of it.

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It was always a hard scene over at slaitch's house.

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