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And you pay hundreds/hour for your "entertainment" and yet you don't hear us complaining...

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You could be right on a smaller scale, and I know lots of ranchers in my area that hire butchers...they use that method. But a guy I work with, worked in a big industrial one and was showing us a homemade video one night....cows piss me off to no end but nothing deserves that kind of shock.

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What entertainment? The hookers?

Im saying its a completely different justification for killing the animal and I dont see a real comparison there.

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Can you at least understand how people might think you are a hypocrite? You're in here saying how you have zero respect for Booth, yet you are also in the fast food thread saying how McDonalds is your favorite fast food place. Do you have zero respect for the guy/girl at the slaughterhouse who shoots the cow you enjoy between the eyes? Or the person who chops off the head of the chicken you eat in your chicken burger?

I'm not trying to be a jerk, I'm just curious.

I can absolutely understand and, to be honest, I'm not even sure how to defend that.

The truth is that yes, I do eat foods that required an animal to be killed in order for me to eat it and no, I don't feel bad when I'm eating beef or chicken or whatever else. But there's something very real about seeing David Booth shoot and kill an animal that is perhaps lacking when I'm eating a burger because I didn't actually see the animal get killed.

Maybe the best way to defend my view would be to say that what Booth is doing is not for the purpose of nourishing himself. It's purely for entertainment. There are less destructive and harmful things that he could do if he was looking for an adrenaline rush. Bungee jumping, hiking, boating?? I don't know but I don't agree with killing animals for fun.

It's not a strong argument but I still can't help but judge him for being okay with doing that.

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^^^^^ Is there any proof anywhere that the meat of that bear is not sitting in a freezer somewhere?

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^^^^^ Is there any proof anywhere that the meat of that bear is not sitting in a freezer somewhere?

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Yup, there is. I visited Dave or Davareeno as he likes me too call him...this afternoon and we along with 200 starving homeless people had bear roast sandwiches. No bear meat leftover to put in freezer. :)

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Hunting for sustenance is honorable and necessary in many areas of the world. Trophy hunting is disgusting, and Booth is just another rich America gun nut who came to Canada to rape and pillage majestic wild animals in order to mount them on a wall, or turn them into a rug.

When Booth's shot hit that defenseless bear, it was the first on target shot he's taken all year...

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I'm no hippy or anything but I really didn't like this video...poor little bear...minding its own business :(

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I can absolutely understand and, to be honest, I'm not even sure how to defend that.

The truth is that yes, I do eat foods that required an animal to be killed in order for me to eat it and no, I don't feel bad when I'm eating beef or chicken or whatever else. But there's something very real about seeing David Booth shoot and kill an animal that is perhaps lacking when I'm eating a burger because I didn't actually see the animal get killed.

Maybe the best way to defend my view would be to say that what Booth is doing is not for the purpose of nourishing himself. It's purely for entertainment. There are less destructive and harmful things that he could do if he was looking for an adrenaline rush. Bungee jumping, hiking, boating?? I don't know but I don't agree with killing animals for fun.

It's not a strong argument but I still can't help but judge him for being okay with doing that.

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I can absolutely understand and, to be honest, I'm not even sure how to defend that.

The truth is that yes, I do eat foods that required an animal to be killed in order for me to eat it and no, I don't feel bad when I'm eating beef or chicken or whatever else. But there's something very real about seeing David Booth shoot and kill an animal that is perhaps lacking when I'm eating a burger because I didn't actually see the animal get killed.

Maybe the best way to defend my view would be to say that what Booth is doing is not for the purpose of nourishing himself. It's purely for entertainment. There are less destructive and harmful things that he could do if he was looking for an adrenaline rush. Bungee jumping, hiking, boating?? I don't know but I don't agree with killing animals for fun.

It's not a strong argument but I still can't help but judge him for being okay with doing that.

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Exactly. Some or these tree hugger vegetarians on here are so uninformed and ignorant.

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Posted · Hidden by Templeton Peck, May 15, 2012 - No reason given

Booth is my hero screw the haters keep on killing for fun!

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The only type of hunting I disaprove of is hunting for sport, there's absolutly no need for that. Hunting for survival, like for food and hide ect, and also hunting for pest/population control is perfectly fine and acceptable.

And for people bitching about people whining about this while they eat hamburgers and whatnot, animlas like domestic cows and chickens serve no real purpose other than to feed people. They are there solely to be killed to feed humans. As a matter of fact, being a human (as in: being both omnivores and at the top of the food chain) all animals are for eating, plane and simple.

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Posted · Hidden by Templeton Peck, May 15, 2012 - No reason given

You're a god damn idiot. I am worried about people that you may come in contact with-they're in danger

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