If you're against fox hunting but not a vegetarian you are a hypocrite

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Both involve killing animals for pleasure

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Both involve killing animals for pleasure

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Your statement is incomplete and doesnt make sense. Clarify what you are going on about.
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Your statement is incomplete and doesnt make sense. Clarify what you are going on about.
I'm not sure how you could possibly not understand
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Why are people actually against fox hunting? I don't understand why people are so vehemently opposed to it.
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why would you be Pro-fox hunting?

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Why are people actually against fox hunting? I don't understand why people are so vehemently opposed to it.
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and I agree 1000% with OP. I still don't understand why animal cruelty is a think in this day and age
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I'd agree with that. As a meat eater, I am comfortable with the fact that animals are dying for my pleasure.
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Have any of you guys been clay shooting?

its superb.
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At least the meat is used for food and gaining protein. Fox hunting is purely for pleasure and meat consumption is to stop hunger.
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why would you be Pro-fox hunting?
Okay well that isn't really answering my question, but because humans are allowed to infringe upon animals to the extent that we so desire? We are clearly above them and have treated them that way for centuries (pets, circus animals, cosmetic industry, medicinal testing, clothing industry, meat etc. is all part of the development of mankind) so I don't understand why people start crying when something that most would consider a pest is killed for entertainment?
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I'm not sure how you could possibly not understand
I'm not sure how you think your statement is effective. Always the same with the discuss threads.
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I'm not sure how you think your statement is effective. Always the same with the discuss threads.
People are discussing it so it was clearly effective
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who allowed humans to do that ? looool

mankind's arrogance is unbelievable. How bout we put you in a cage with a lion for a good afternoon laugh over tea and biscuits?

(Original post by Inexorably)
Okay well that isn't really answering my question, but because humans are allowed to infringe upon animals to the extent that we so desire? We are clearly above them and have treated them that way for centuries (pets, circus animals, cosmetic industry, medicinal testing, clothing industry, meat etc. is all part of the development of mankind) so I don't understand why people start crying when something that most would consider a pest is killed for entertainment?
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People are discussing it so it was clearly effective
Ok if thats your vesion of effective. I thought it was rather poor and lazy.
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who allowed humans to do that ? looool

mankind's arrogance is unbelievable. How bout we put you in a cage with a lion for a good afternoon laugh over tea and biscuits?
Who didn't allow them to do that? Please direct me to the authority who says we cannot treat animals how we like. Clearly society does not fall apart by doing so, so why should we worry that a few pests are shot for enjoyment? And on the off chance you say it, "God" is not the correct answer.

And nice reductio ad absurdum there. This doesn't work with my argument because it involves infringing on the rights/liberty of an individual (myself) and so isn't to do with just animals.

It is not 'arrogant' to recognise that we are superior to animals in many regards, it is basic biology.
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Both involve killing animals for pleasure

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Ok, thanks!

I guess I'll be pro fox hunting now!
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Wrong. Fox hunting is wrong because it involves killing for sport and not eating it. Eating meat and hunting for food is not wrong because presumably, you are hungry and do so to survive. Although with humans that idea may see watered down- but it still applies. Ever heard of a tiger killing/ hunting?
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Wrong. Fox hunting is wrong because it involves killing for sport and not eating it. Eating meat and hunting for food is not wrong because presumably, you are hungry and do so to survive. Although with humans that idea may see watered down- but it still applies. Ever heard of a tiger killing/ hunting?
This argument would make sense if we needed meat to survive
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who allowed humans to do that ? looool

mankind's arrogance is unbelievable. How bout we put you in a cage with a lion for a good afternoon laugh over tea and biscuits?
Would love to see the so called "highest species in the food chain" against an actual predator
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P*ss off and take your vegetarian bullsh*t with you!
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