I really hoped she was kidding.. Come on, now.. hey herpina, T just got done hunting and T got a deer. Do you want some deer jerky for lunch? girl frien- oh my  this actually ha
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I really hoped she was kidding.

hey herpina, T just got done hunting
and T got a deer. Do you want some deer
jerky for lunch?
girl frien-
oh my god derpl how could
you he so oriel? that deer
was so defenseless and you
just killed hcml he probley
had a familyy
well, what do you went for lunch, then?
I' ll have the triple oow burger from Mcderps.
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User avatar #2 - lorddarkskull (09/02/2012) [-]
people who are all like "kill some animals but not the cute ones" really scare me. people are animals too, and it's not that far from suggesting holocaust
User avatar #3 to #2 - lorddarkskull (09/02/2012) [-]
what the **** happened in the transition from my brain to my fingers?
i hope you still get the gist of what i was trying to say
User avatar #23 to #3 - infamoustrapper (09/03/2012) [-]
...wait did i miss something? i thought you typed that out well haha
User avatar #6 to #3 - ThatGuyWhoTalks (09/03/2012) [-]
Oh jesus that made me laugh
#4 to #3 - anon (09/02/2012) [-]
I agree. A thumb for you sir.
User avatar #61 to #3 - whiteniggers (09/03/2012) [-]
my sides
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User avatar #24 to #21 - zzjames (09/03/2012) [-]
She could be talking about Quorn, just saiyan
User avatar #7 - fantomen (09/03/2012) [-]
I say it's better to eat a deer that lived a full free life in nature than some cow that lived a short cramped life in some ****** factory farm.
#8 to #7 - wheresthefudge (09/03/2012) [-]
Factory farms are exceedingly uncommon. Especially in the US.
Factory farms are exceedingly uncommon. Especially in the US.
User avatar #45 to #8 - lordmoldywart (09/03/2012) [-]
You don't know much about the US farming industry then
User avatar #49 to #45 - wheresthefudge (09/03/2012) [-]
One of us certainly doesn't. And I don't think it's me.
User avatar #53 to #49 - lordmoldywart (09/03/2012) [-]
Everyone thinks it's you
User avatar #59 to #53 - wheresthefudge (09/03/2012) [-]
A lot of people also believe in creation. What's your point?
User avatar #67 to #59 - licestr (09/03/2012) [-]
That you are a close minded moron, that's everyone's point.
User avatar #68 to #67 - wheresthefudge (09/03/2012) [-]
Wait, I'm "closed minded" because I've stated that factory farms are less common than non-factory farms?
I don't think you know what you're talking about, but clearly y'all have had some fun with the downthumb button, so I guess that settles it.
User avatar #69 to #68 - licestr (09/03/2012) [-]
You are close minded becuase when everyone seems to disagree with something you think is a fact you are like '' wow so many people with the wrong idead, good thing i'm the only one that knows whats up''
User avatar #70 to #69 - wheresthefudge (09/03/2012) [-]
Facts aren't democratic. The information I've seen indicates that CFAO's are in the minority. Hence: I'm the only one that knows what's up. So far, none of you has provided evidence to the contrary.
User avatar #9 to #8 - fantomen (09/03/2012) [-]
Yeah well, modern farms are held to better standards than they used to be, but I still think it most animals would enjoy living freely more than living in a farm, at least if they are healthy, and don't starv, freeze, are eaten by predator or run over.
User avatar #10 to #9 - wheresthefudge (09/03/2012) [-]
A modern farm is about as free as most domesticated animals can handle.
They've evolved over the 6000 years we've kept them. They are no longer adapted to living in the wild.
A deer is clever because it has to be clever to stay alive, which is why they're fun to hunt. If you released a beef cow to the wild it would likely die very quickly. They're idiots, any predator can walk up to them and murder them right there. Which is good for keeping them as a food source, since it's now much less effort than having to track down and kill a deer.
User avatar #12 to #10 - fantomen (09/03/2012) [-]
Of course I'm not saying that domesticated animals should be released into the wild to die a slow painful death, I'm not a member of PETA. And yes, the economical and logistical advantages to farming domesticated animals are obvious. It's just that I get a kind of special feeling when I eat an animal that I knew lived a free life before its death. It's probably just some placebo effect, but I think wild fish and game tastes better than farmed fish or game of the same species.
#13 to #12 - wheresthefudge (09/03/2012) [-]
It's a valid difference of opinion. I don't personally care because as the dominant species, it's natural that we control our prey. Also, I don't think most animals (especially not fish or cows) have sophisticated enough brains to comprehend the difference between freedom and living on a farm.
It's a valid difference of opinion. I don't personally care because as the dominant species, it's natural that we control our prey. Also, I don't think most animals (especially not fish or cows) have sophisticated enough brains to comprehend the difference between freedom and living on a farm.
User avatar #14 to #13 - fantomen (09/03/2012) [-]
Yeah, most animals probably can't understand the concept of freedom. But I've seen how happy the cows are when they are let out to graze in the spring, and it makes me feel like it's still better to give the animals as much freedom as possible (to a reasonable extent of course).
User avatar #25 - axry (09/03/2012) [-]
implying there might actually be meat in a mcdonald's burger
User avatar #17 - mitchellking (09/03/2012) [-]
Because everyone says cow buger
#33 - PedoBearFTW (09/03/2012) [-]
I had venison nachos once. 			*******		 delicious.
I had venison nachos once. ******* delicious.
User avatar #22 - itazz (09/03/2012) [-]
I don't eat meat but even I can say (IMHO) that it is better to go and kill your food yourself rather than eating from McDerps and not even know how it died or lived and whether you are eating a beef, rat or pigeon burger.
#38 - anon (09/03/2012) [-]
Hunting vs eating store bought meat


Animal has a chance to get away
Hunters usually go after the oldest animals
Animal had a chance to live as nature intended
If hunter is hunting predators such as mountain lions or coyotes they are preventing thier numbers from getting out of hand and don't say that coyotes don't need to be controlled because coyotes used to be isolated to the western united states now they are found in every state except Hawaii and parts of south America.

Store bought meat

A lot of these animals never see the light of day, are fed steroid packed food, sometimes until they can no longer walk, live until people decide they are old enough, for cows this is sometimes as young as 3 years old then they are held down and either have thier throats cut and they die suffering or they have a spike driven into thier head. Don't believe me? I have three words for you. Watch FOOD INC.
#56 to #38 - swollenhero (09/03/2012) [-]
Actually, wolves in Montana are being over hunted. They were labeled as endangered in Montana until about two years ago. Just a few months after the endangered species laws stopped applying to them, they were hunted to less than half of their population a year before.
I agree with you on everything else though.
User avatar #62 to #38 - lickilicky (09/03/2012) [-]
Food Inc. made me hungry.
User avatar #11 - dennisc (09/03/2012) [-]
Deer is so delicious. The tenderloin is my favorite.
#19 to #11 - ninonybox (09/03/2012) [-]
**** yeah, hunters FTW!
User avatar #64 - mycatlookedatme (09/03/2012) [-]
Hunted meat probally died a quicker and more humane death and lived a better life than even free range meat.
#40 - anon (09/03/2012) [-]
To quote the second panel, "he probably had a family" that is rarely the case most animals mate during mating season and then go off on thier own only animals I know about that help raise a family are lions, wolves, humans, and numerous species of birds. Deer elk bear and moose mate with the females and then leave. Sometimes if a male bear runs into some cubs, whether they are his or not, he will kill them just to be able to mate with the female. So please don't attack hunters by saying the animal we killed "had a family" because that is rarely the case
User avatar #20 - wryme (09/03/2012) [-]
l had some deer jerky back in school last year.

lt's better than bacon.
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#30 - anon (09/03/2012) [-]
I don't eat meant, but I have more respect for people that go out and hunt for their food, rather than someone eating dodgy chicken that lived either in a cage or in a cramped barn with thousands of other chickens.
#57 - anon (09/03/2012) [-]
I'm a vegetarian and even I'M on the guy's side. I'd rather eat hunted meat than store bought meat. Besides...fast food is usually nasty.
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User avatar #31 - manofbeardliness (09/03/2012) [-]
huh, I thought I was the only one on FJ who hunted.
User avatar #73 to #31 - timmywankenobi (09/03/2012) [-]
I don't mind hunting every now and then but I don't kill cute animals like little bunnies .one time my friend was like "I dare you to blow that little bunny's head off " and i was like no it is just a baby rabbit ! .then he said "what are you a little bitch ? be a man and blow that bunny to pieces !" . so i said what exactly is manly about shooting defenceless baby rabbits ? that shut him up .
User avatar #76 to #73 - manofbeardliness (09/03/2012) [-]
Thanks for the story dude. I mainly hunt waterfoul but I do bow hunt (deer) some as well.
User avatar #18 - commontroll (09/03/2012) [-]
Should have told her that male deer are more likely to kill their offspring in the long run than raise them.
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