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Old 03-26-2013, 08:12 PM   #1
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am in an argument with a vegetarian that thinks that humans don't need meat anymore and that animals have a right to live and get scared and get hurt when they are shot. I have already explained to her carrying capacity and what happens when the carrying capacity overflows due to lack of hunting. I need some help to win this argument.


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Old 03-26-2013, 08:14 PM   #2
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I need help winning this argument so that I can represent all ethical hunters


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I doubt there is anything that can change her mind. Probably a waste of time and energy.Sorry.
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Point to the canine teeth (the pointy ones in the front corners) - those are meat-ripping teeth.

Humans are omnivorous, they eat anything (passing on some obvious jokes here) ... vegetation or meat.

OR, as the T-Shirt says: "Neener Neener! My food poops all over your food!!"
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Ask her why we have eye teeth and our eyes on the front of our heads. Humans are built to hunt. We are born predators.
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I don't mean to be disrespectful but trying to use common sense and reasoning seldom works with animalrights/vegans/liberals. They tend to think with their emotions instead of reason. Then again I've been wrong before.
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I don't mean to be disrespectful but trying to use common sense and reasoning seldom works with animalrights/vegans/liberals. They tend to think with their emotions instead of reason. Then again I've been wrong before.
Ya. I noticed that gun owners typically use logic, facts, and statistics while anti gunners use only emotion. it's too bad that emotion is stronger than logic in the average person
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I don't mean to be disrespectful but trying to use common sense and reasoning seldom works with animalrights/vegans/liberals. They tend to think with their emotions instead of reason. Then again I've been wrong before.
It works exactly the same while trying to reason with a child.
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am in an argument with a vegetarian that thinks that humans don't need meat anymore and that animals have a right to live and get scared and get hurt when they are shot. I have already explained to her carrying capacity and what happens when the carrying capacity overflows due to lack of hunting. I need some help to win this argument.
I think your probably pissing into the wind on this one. Arguing with most liberals is an exercise in futility, more often than not.
"don't need to eat meat anymore": Implies that we needed to at one point. Why quit?
Animal rights: No such thing. If the predator doesn't comprehend the right of the deer to live, is there an appeal process?




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It wastes your time....and the pig enjoys it.


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