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Old 03-27-2013, 04:13 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by bowhunter17 View Post
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.
Tell her this...........Hominid/Hominins or Humans are a omnivorous species & we have been from day one, omnivore means "all-eater" our natural diet includes plants, animals, algae, & fungi, and see how she responds that..............

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Old 03-27-2013, 06:04 PM   #22
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3Now therefore, gather your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field to hunt game for me.4 And make me savory food, such as I love and bring it to me that I may eat..(Genesis 27:3-4)
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Maybe you could break her in slowly: First show her pictures of bears in a natural setting, then put her in a natural setting, then add bears to the setting, and THEN give her a pump12 with some slugs. Work on eating the bears later, you know GRADUAL.
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It is an argument you can not win but you can lay a guilt trip that might have some future effect.
So you believe it is better for an animal to stave to death or be so weakened by hunger that it dies from disease or gets taken down and eaten alive by a wild predator? At that point you can bring up wolf predation of cattle and elk where the downed animals are found partially eaten and still alive. Videos on utube.
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Please keep controversy type topics in the politics religion and "controversy" subsection. Thanks.

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