Thought Of The Day. May 3, 2016

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Today’s Thought:

I have several friends who are hunt saboteurs. They save lives by disrupting game before they can be shot, or disturbing waters to make fishing impossible. It is risky as hunt sabs can be shot by hunters or arrested by authorities.

My suggestion is to instead arrange hunting accidents. While certainly illegal, they offer a more permanent solution and can be done in stealth.



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3 thoughts on “Thought Of The Day. May 3, 2016

  1. This is one of my favorite passages on hunting accidents. It is by Captain Paul Watson in the introduction to Jim Robertson’s “Exposing the Big Game”: But I do confess I am guilty of taking a modicum of pleasure from hunting myself. You see, I love hunting accidents and every time I read of hear of some ignorant nimrod who shoots himself, or falls out of a deer blind, or blows himself up with a stick of dynamite, I think, ah, another Darwin award, and the world is just a little safer for the victims. I view hunting accidents simply as a karmic death penalty for murdering the innocent.”



  2. To save wildlife, I alway encourage hunters to bring along a really good supply of beer to have an even better time. And of course promoting
    drinking and driving when on ATVs or on a trail.


  3. Lol, I HOPE YOU ARE KIDDING!! The hunt saboteurs sounds more humane but if the hunters are going to retaliate by shooting the saboteurs, shooting in self defense would be acceptable!!


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