10 February 2007
This is a canned hunt.
Note the fences all over the video.
The lion was born and bred on the farm and was most probably handfed the day before.
Wrong on every level.
They were very lucky that this lion did not know how to hunt.
I don't think much of a "canned" hunt. I am not above baiting a field for birds nor baiting a field for any wild game that I want to slaughter for food..but raising a lion just to shoot doesn't appeal to me. Now, raising a lion to turn loose in the halls of congress might be fun..
# posted by GUYK : Saturday, February 10, 2007 3:12:00 PM
# posted by RSM : Saturday, February 10, 2007 3:40:00 PM
That's like shooting your pet dog. I'm just sad the lion didn't take one of them out.
# posted by K-nine : Sunday, February 11, 2007 1:59:00 AM
It is one thing to hunt an animal for food, or go hunting out in the bush for a predator that has become a danger to the local people. This was NOT what I would consider a hunt; it was no better than shooting an animal in a cage. I hope those people shit their pants when it tried to attack. A wild predator would have taken out most of them before they could have taken it down. Disgusting.
# posted by BobG : Sunday, February 11, 2007 5:30:00 AM
... that's pretty fucked up.... too bad that lion missed...
# posted by Anonymous : Sunday, February 11, 2007 8:07:00 PM
Did they actually high FIVE each other and hug after that, like it was some big accomplishment? Those are some sick twisted bastards, I tell ya. It takes a real big "MAN" to do something like that. They probably are all compensating for their little dicks.
Lisa W. | Homepage | 02.13.07 - 4:25 am | #
Seems like the Cheethas in Belgium revenged this...
From Irons in the Fire Darwin's concept in action
and Fox News
# posted by RobC : Wednesday, February 14, 2007 8:50:00 PM
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