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Posted 19 September 2012 - 09:10 PM
mysticwerewolf, on 19 September 2012 - 07:58 PM, said:
i also have to ask how / why was his hand covering or in front of the barrel of the shotgun.
My guess is, he was taking a break, resting his hand on top of the barrel and forgot himself to put the safety on.. The dog jumps up for a cuddle and BANG...ohh noooooo !!!
He admitted he was responsible and he was kind enough not to blame his beloved dog...Shame about his hand
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Posted 20 September 2012 - 02:29 PM
Lilly, on 19 September 2012 - 02:00 PM, said:
Yes, it's good that he doesn't blame the dog.
However, Being out in the wild hunting animals is inherently dangerous. While I don't applaud the harming of anyone, killing for sport is, in my personal opinion, tempting a negative outcome. You know, rather like: He that lives by the sword dies by the sword. Just my personal opinion.
really? Hunting is fun, but its not like living by the sword, he is not out killing other people. Because he is a hunter does not mean he had it coming to him. Personally, I love eating wild food, it makes the body feel .... I dunno .... wild. half of what I consume is hunted rather than store bought. Including my veggies, which I also eat alot of. tho not hunted, but grown by myself, freinds, and family. its a healthy life style IMO.
no this is not karma, but an unfortunate accident.
I don't hunt, but I do eat a lot of the game that family members hunt.
I'm a meat eater. Always will be. I think it is far more humane to eat birds and venison that are shot during a hunting season in the wild, as opposed to the way domestic chickens and beef are treated at large factory farm operations.