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Posted 6/22/16

MyGFPushedMeOffACliff wrote:


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Hunting humans? That is unbearable! You must be lion!


Technically every soldier ever to wear a uniform and carry a rifle has hunted humans as it were ya know.


My granddad was once issued a "Japanese Hunting License" in WWII...


My great grandfather hunted Germans, My own hunting license was much more broad, basically if they shouted Allah Akbar and carried soviet style weaponry they were usually fair game.
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Posted 6/22/16 , edited 6/22/16
Yeah. That's called mass homicide.

Or serial killing, take your pick.
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YayForKittens wrote:

Yeah. That's called mass homicide.

Or serial killing, take your pick.


So you'd call Simo Hayha a serial killer then..I mean he hunted 505 Soviet soldiers, killed each and every single one of them to boot.
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Ranwolf wrote:


YayForKittens wrote:

Yeah. That's called mass homicide.

Or serial killing, take your pick.


So you'd call Simo Hayha a serial killer then..I mean he hunted 505 Soviet soldiers, killed each and every single one of them to boot.


Well, yeah.

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YayForKittens wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:


YayForKittens wrote:

Yeah. That's called mass homicide.

Or serial killing, take your pick.


So you'd call Simo Hayha a serial killer then..I mean he hunted 505 Soviet soldiers, killed each and every single one of them to boot.


Well, yeah.



So basically in your mind there is no difference between military service and murder?
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Posted 6/22/16

Ranwolf wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Hunting humans? That is unbearable! You must be lion!


Technically every soldier ever to wear a uniform and carry a rifle has hunted humans as it were ya know.


There is a pretty big difference between killing for sport and killing to protect others, which military service ideally should boil down to.
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There is a pretty big difference between killing for sport and killing to protect others, which military service ideally should boil down to.


I am rather inclined to agree. Though my people put no particular value on the life of a human being versus say a deer or even a tree. To my people all life is sacred regardless of what form it takes. So I never understood those who are horrified at the death of a human being yet think nothing of falling a tree or eating meat.
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Posted 6/23/16 , edited 6/23/16

Ranwolf wrote:


KnightOfZero1991 wrote:

There is a pretty big difference between killing for sport and killing to protect others, which military service ideally should boil down to.


I am rather inclined to agree. Though my people put no particular value on the life of a human being versus say a deer or even a tree. To my people all life is sacred regardless of what form it takes. So I never understood those who are horrified at the death of a human being yet think nothing of falling a tree or eating meat.


If I may ask you a question:

As an educated being, and being knowledgeable in Science:

I eat meat, mostly because it is low in fat and high in protein. I know that vegan diets are viable, although the amount of uncommon meals and ingredients cause it to be financially not-viable to them.

What do you think of this dilemma?

-OP this may be a little off topic, but viable for those considering the legitimacy of human as a food source(from a scientific point of view)
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This has Onion article written all over it.

I mean look at that last line in the article:

In a similar study, for the sixth year in a row, the No. 1 vacation activity among most Americans was looking at old Disneyland brochures with your crying 8-year-old daughter while telling her, “Maybe next year.”
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Thanks for your comments everyone.
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Something Dick Chaney the ex vp could tell you about after shooting his friend on a hunting trip!
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