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#74 - Go right ahead man. The more people understand about what hunt…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/16/2014 on Two birds with one... arrow +2
User avatar #75 - littleliz (10/16/2014) [-]
it kind of bothers me when people dont understand how massively important hunting is. people think hunters dont care for the animals but in all reality they care the most. i have never seen a man love a deer more than a hunter
User avatar #83 - whatugawkinat (10/16/2014) [-]
I hear ya...I love the prep, the time and effort finding the best gear for me, the excitement of being out in the woods for hours...not knowing what will happen, if anything and post importantly...knowing I'm helping a cause far greater than just food on my table. At the end of the day, if I come trucking down the hill empty handed, I have a grin from ear to ear just from taking a hike around the woods, watching nature do its thing and time and time again...outsmarting me. Animals are fascinating, have families and love to play just as much as we do. That's the thrill of the hunt for me. I've choked back tears every single kill I've made because it sucks to take a life of something to wild, free and yet so similar to us...but is has to be done. Hunting is a job, not a sport. It's bitter sweet, but to be brought to your knees after taking down a buck, doe or even squirrel out of pure respect for such a magnificent animal and for it's sacrifice for not only my benefit, but for the benefit of next years population..it's one hell of a humbling experience.
User avatar #87 - littleliz (10/16/2014) [-]
lol honestly that made me tear up a little. ive never hunted only fished. i just cant do it even though i fully understand how much good it really does for the environment. you thin out the heard so less chance of diseases to spread and less over population. i have the utmost respect for hunters. i think what they do is amazing. without hunters we wouldnt have deer bears moose or anything. without deer eating the underbrush fires can be worse than what they usually are and without proper fire maintenance we would have bigger fires taking more food. its amazing how one animal can help so much. honestly i think hunters treat animals better than a vegan would.
User avatar #90 - whatugawkinat (10/16/2014) [-]
Vegans have a point, however an unrealistic one at that. Love and hugs and keeping everything alive and safe in reality...does more harm than good. The sick reality is that some things have to die to prevent others from dying as well. It's our duty as a human being to accept that and do what needs to be done. I love animals, but as much as I nearly bust into tears having to kill a wounded animal with no chance of survival, or a mature buck that will ultimately die alone...it's almost a spiritual experience to have that animal live on through us. These animals give us more than we could ever give them back...but we damn sure try.
User avatar #96 - littleliz (10/16/2014) [-]
we cant save them all the reality is they get sick and sickness spreads and wolves used to eat the sick ones and then the sickness doesnt spread but there are barely any wolves left so we need to take that place. the best thing we can do is help them and respect them and keep them safe and hunters do all of that.
#73 - Well, no matter how you do it, the end result is a dead animal…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/16/2014 on Two birds with one... arrow 0
User avatar #78 - payseht (10/16/2014) [-]
just the gif itself. It doesn't look like he's out in nature but in an enclosed place set up to hold the turkeys in a small area to be killed. No sights, no sounds, and the need for food... please stop using that excuse... go to a supermarket and buy something... again, I'm not saying this about hunting in general. Having a great experience and a good and fresh meal is a good thing. The gif in question has only the pleasure of killing another living being and nothing more... I keep trying to make this clear, I have nothing against hunting and would myself try it some day, but this guy isn't hunting. He's just killing because killing is something you enjoy, similar to how psychopaths kill little animals as kids.
User avatar #88 - whatugawkinat (10/16/2014) [-]
There's an entire field surrounding him, he's in a blind watching and waiting for the perfect opportunity. The gif itself only shows the split second portion of the kill. This in no way means that this was the purpose of the "hunt" all together. The entire purpose of a hunting season is to set a limit on each species of game animal that needs to be eliminated for the safety and overall well being of each population. That's what hunting is for. The only thing we gain from this is meat in the freezer and the pride of helping in conservation methods. It doesnt matter how easy it is to make the kill...it isn't a sport or a challenge...its sole purpose is in game population management...and we get to keep the meat for ourselves and anyone who needs it. Everyone wins here and noone is a psychopath.
#69 - Ah, I love that. Animal populations need to be maintained, as …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/16/2014 on Two birds with one... arrow 0
#85 - anonymous (10/16/2014) [-]
I went on one of these with my sister. I sat in a blind and watched a porcupine for two hours. It was magical. Nature.
#63 - "hunting" is a vague term for harvesting an animal f…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/16/2014 on Two birds with one... arrow 0
User avatar #65 - payseht (10/16/2014) [-]
I agree to everything you said, which is why I don't get the "hunting" this guy does where the only reason he's doing it is to kill something.
User avatar #73 - whatugawkinat (10/16/2014) [-]
Well, no matter how you do it, the end result is a dead animal. The excitement and "fun" comes from being out in nature, taking in all the sights and sounds while knowing that is you get a chance, you, a loved one or a stranger in need will has something to eat. Nobody enjoys killing...but the before and after of the kill is what makes it worthwhile. I don't see how he's killing 2 turkeys just for shits and giggles.
User avatar #78 - payseht (10/16/2014) [-]
just the gif itself. It doesn't look like he's out in nature but in an enclosed place set up to hold the turkeys in a small area to be killed. No sights, no sounds, and the need for food... please stop using that excuse... go to a supermarket and buy something... again, I'm not saying this about hunting in general. Having a great experience and a good and fresh meal is a good thing. The gif in question has only the pleasure of killing another living being and nothing more... I keep trying to make this clear, I have nothing against hunting and would myself try it some day, but this guy isn't hunting. He's just killing because killing is something you enjoy, similar to how psychopaths kill little animals as kids.
User avatar #88 - whatugawkinat (10/16/2014) [-]
There's an entire field surrounding him, he's in a blind watching and waiting for the perfect opportunity. The gif itself only shows the split second portion of the kill. This in no way means that this was the purpose of the "hunt" all together. The entire purpose of a hunting season is to set a limit on each species of game animal that needs to be eliminated for the safety and overall well being of each population. That's what hunting is for. The only thing we gain from this is meat in the freezer and the pride of helping in conservation methods. It doesnt matter how easy it is to make the kill...it isn't a sport or a challenge...its sole purpose is in game population management...and we get to keep the meat for ourselves and anyone who needs it. Everyone wins here and noone is a psychopath.
#59 - Closer the better 10/16/2014 on Two birds with one... arrow 0
#57 - Hunting is something nobody enjoys as far as the actual killin…  [+] (10 new replies) 10/16/2014 on Two birds with one... arrow +11
User avatar #71 - littleliz (10/16/2014) [-]
mind if i copy and paste this from you. you did a damn good job at explaining this and im talking to someone else and they arnt understanding what true hunting is.
User avatar #74 - whatugawkinat (10/16/2014) [-]
Go right ahead man. The more people understand about what hunting is and why its done, the better.
User avatar #75 - littleliz (10/16/2014) [-]
it kind of bothers me when people dont understand how massively important hunting is. people think hunters dont care for the animals but in all reality they care the most. i have never seen a man love a deer more than a hunter
User avatar #83 - whatugawkinat (10/16/2014) [-]
I hear ya...I love the prep, the time and effort finding the best gear for me, the excitement of being out in the woods for hours...not knowing what will happen, if anything and post importantly...knowing I'm helping a cause far greater than just food on my table. At the end of the day, if I come trucking down the hill empty handed, I have a grin from ear to ear just from taking a hike around the woods, watching nature do its thing and time and time again...outsmarting me. Animals are fascinating, have families and love to play just as much as we do. That's the thrill of the hunt for me. I've choked back tears every single kill I've made because it sucks to take a life of something to wild, free and yet so similar to us...but is has to be done. Hunting is a job, not a sport. It's bitter sweet, but to be brought to your knees after taking down a buck, doe or even squirrel out of pure respect for such a magnificent animal and for it's sacrifice for not only my benefit, but for the benefit of next years population..it's one hell of a humbling experience.
User avatar #87 - littleliz (10/16/2014) [-]
lol honestly that made me tear up a little. ive never hunted only fished. i just cant do it even though i fully understand how much good it really does for the environment. you thin out the heard so less chance of diseases to spread and less over population. i have the utmost respect for hunters. i think what they do is amazing. without hunters we wouldnt have deer bears moose or anything. without deer eating the underbrush fires can be worse than what they usually are and without proper fire maintenance we would have bigger fires taking more food. its amazing how one animal can help so much. honestly i think hunters treat animals better than a vegan would.
User avatar #90 - whatugawkinat (10/16/2014) [-]
Vegans have a point, however an unrealistic one at that. Love and hugs and keeping everything alive and safe in reality...does more harm than good. The sick reality is that some things have to die to prevent others from dying as well. It's our duty as a human being to accept that and do what needs to be done. I love animals, but as much as I nearly bust into tears having to kill a wounded animal with no chance of survival, or a mature buck that will ultimately die alone...it's almost a spiritual experience to have that animal live on through us. These animals give us more than we could ever give them back...but we damn sure try.
User avatar #96 - littleliz (10/16/2014) [-]
we cant save them all the reality is they get sick and sickness spreads and wolves used to eat the sick ones and then the sickness doesnt spread but there are barely any wolves left so we need to take that place. the best thing we can do is help them and respect them and keep them safe and hunters do all of that.
#66 - anonymous (10/16/2014) [-]
Another cool thing, there is a program in Texas where young hunters camp over a weekend and whatever deer they get is donated to the under privileged.
User avatar #69 - whatugawkinat (10/16/2014) [-]
Ah, I love that. Animal populations need to be maintained, as well as a certain amount can be "sacrificed" for our benefit without harming a population. Hunting is basically a conservation effort that looks ugly, but hey...food is food, even a dead diseased animal taken out can do wonders for the rest of a population. Call it hunting, conservation, whatever you like...there are countless ways to take advantage of something that NEEDS to be done. Whatever meat you can't or wont take for yourself can be donated. People need food, and if you enjoy the experience of obtaining food for yourself...there's so much you can do to those who have less than you. Friends, family and local residence all need food to eat...and the hunting community is always there to pitch in.
#85 - anonymous (10/16/2014) [-]
I went on one of these with my sister. I sat in a blind and watched a porcupine for two hours. It was magical. Nature.
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#50 - Regardless of the entire story, or even if it was the fifth or…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/27/2014 on Next time use the Deep Web,... +2
#52 - gargoylez (09/27/2014) [-]
Well said, people defend this sort of thing with "well it worked for me" "he doesn't do it anymore" When that often just means they hide it from their parents or are deeply resentful of them, and even if it does work it leaves psychological scars and really just points toward further mistakes in later life, especially when the fear of the parent is gone, because if thats all you taught them then whats left when its gone? Just a kid with a grudge against authority and no real moral education.
#41 - Discipline is about instilling a reason why NOT to do somethin…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/27/2014 on Next time use the Deep Web,... +3
User avatar #49 - fishinyourface (09/27/2014) [-]
what if this is the second time he's been caught, after he's been told why it's wrong? I'm just saying we don't know the entire story here...
User avatar #50 - whatugawkinat (09/27/2014) [-]
Regardless of the entire story, or even if it was the fifth or sixth time...kid's 13, nobody at that age...hell, even at the age most countries consider to be adults, they are not capable of fully understanding (big difference between knowing something's "bad" and understanding why it's bad) why they were told not to do something to begin with. Everyone knows that drugs are bad, however very few actually understand why it is bad, how it affects people, their lives, health, family friends...that's the difference. Regardless of the whole story, more effort needs to made to ensure the kid understands what the reason are for not getting involved in drugs, not just that they're illegal and bad for you....in a kids mind, drugs are right up with drinking,
cursing, excess caffeine, staying up late, tobacco use and everything else they're told constantly not to do because it's "bad" and yet they see it happen on a daily basis. Saying something is bad and can hurt you means nothing to a kid that is told that about virtually everything...eventually, behind their parents back, they will try and found out for themselves...and that's when shit happens. We've all been there, and for some it ends tragically and for others...they go free. Parenting isn't about keeping a child alive and outta shit so you don't have to deal with it. Parenting is teaching and assuring the child knows when where why and how to manage themselves in their daily life without having to experiment with things that could get them into trouble.
#52 - gargoylez (09/27/2014) [-]
Well said, people defend this sort of thing with "well it worked for me" "he doesn't do it anymore" When that often just means they hide it from their parents or are deeply resentful of them, and even if it does work it leaves psychological scars and really just points toward further mistakes in later life, especially when the fear of the parent is gone, because if thats all you taught them then whats left when its gone? Just a kid with a grudge against authority and no real moral education.
#16 - jesus christ this infuriates me.  [+] (5 new replies) 09/27/2014 on Next time use the Deep Web,... +7
User avatar #39 - guywithafork (09/27/2014) [-]
why?
User avatar #41 - whatugawkinat (09/27/2014) [-]
Discipline is about instilling a reason why NOT to do something. Making your child a public mockery and shaming him for his mistakes does nothing to solve the problem. Every wonder why kids get into trouble when they're out of their parents sight? Shit like this... If you want your kids to do the right thing and NOT do anything bad, fucking tell them why it's bad, what could and most likely will happen to them. Parenting is about teaching a child, not punishing them for every wrong move they make until they eventually get it right. What this bitch did and countless others have done is seriously fucked up, it's one thing to punish and humiliate an adult who does something seriously wrong...but to a kid? It's the equivalent of handing out a test in the beginning of the school year and saying it counts for 3/4 of the entire years grade. This poor kid (clearly deserves something for buying drugs), but didn't deserve the now permanent and horrible first impression of every single person that saw this now has for the kid. Hard to tell how many people will always see him as a drug addict, loser and overall bad kid just because he made ONE stupid choice when it more than likely was in part due to parental negligence.
User avatar #49 - fishinyourface (09/27/2014) [-]
what if this is the second time he's been caught, after he's been told why it's wrong? I'm just saying we don't know the entire story here...
User avatar #50 - whatugawkinat (09/27/2014) [-]
Regardless of the entire story, or even if it was the fifth or sixth time...kid's 13, nobody at that age...hell, even at the age most countries consider to be adults, they are not capable of fully understanding (big difference between knowing something's "bad" and understanding why it's bad) why they were told not to do something to begin with. Everyone knows that drugs are bad, however very few actually understand why it is bad, how it affects people, their lives, health, family friends...that's the difference. Regardless of the whole story, more effort needs to made to ensure the kid understands what the reason are for not getting involved in drugs, not just that they're illegal and bad for you....in a kids mind, drugs are right up with drinking,
cursing, excess caffeine, staying up late, tobacco use and everything else they're told constantly not to do because it's "bad" and yet they see it happen on a daily basis. Saying something is bad and can hurt you means nothing to a kid that is told that about virtually everything...eventually, behind their parents back, they will try and found out for themselves...and that's when shit happens. We've all been there, and for some it ends tragically and for others...they go free. Parenting isn't about keeping a child alive and outta shit so you don't have to deal with it. Parenting is teaching and assuring the child knows when where why and how to manage themselves in their daily life without having to experiment with things that could get them into trouble.
#52 - gargoylez (09/27/2014) [-]
Well said, people defend this sort of thing with "well it worked for me" "he doesn't do it anymore" When that often just means they hide it from their parents or are deeply resentful of them, and even if it does work it leaves psychological scars and really just points toward further mistakes in later life, especially when the fear of the parent is gone, because if thats all you taught them then whats left when its gone? Just a kid with a grudge against authority and no real moral education.
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User avatar #307 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
I've always been broke as fuck, and thank you.
#304 - Are you ******* kidding me, I took 2 years in aut…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/23/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #305 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
Here in Kansas they are hurting for mechanics, and they train you on the spot.
User avatar #306 - whatugawkinat (09/23/2014) [-]
Lucky, dude, lucky. without experience, a lucky reference and thousands spent on tools, you're fucked around here. WV is a god awful place to live, either you're filthy rich or broke as fuck. Good luck to ya!
User avatar #307 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
I've always been broke as fuck, and thank you.
#302 - What course are you in and going to be taking?  [+] (5 new replies) 09/23/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #303 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
Diesel Mechanics, Specializing in Marine
User avatar #304 - whatugawkinat (09/23/2014) [-]
Are you fucking kidding me, I took 2 years in auto tech and one year of diesel. Haven't been able to even intern or help doing anything mechanic related...everyone wants full on seasoned diesel techs and auto mechanics need to start out as lube techs before even being a possibility. Unless you have done mechanic work outside of schooling or know someone who will hook you up...you're going to have a hell of a time. Maybe it's just my shit hole state of WV, but nobody wants to hire someone unless they have years of experience...years of schooling mean nothing around here.
User avatar #305 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
Here in Kansas they are hurting for mechanics, and they train you on the spot.
User avatar #306 - whatugawkinat (09/23/2014) [-]
Lucky, dude, lucky. without experience, a lucky reference and thousands spent on tools, you're fucked around here. WV is a god awful place to live, either you're filthy rich or broke as fuck. Good luck to ya!
User avatar #307 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
I've always been broke as fuck, and thank you.
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User avatar #301 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
I'm doing just fine, got an internship started at 17 an hour, and they are paying for my second year of school, with full benefits.
User avatar #302 - whatugawkinat (09/23/2014) [-]
What course are you in and going to be taking?
User avatar #303 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
Diesel Mechanics, Specializing in Marine
User avatar #304 - whatugawkinat (09/23/2014) [-]
Are you fucking kidding me, I took 2 years in auto tech and one year of diesel. Haven't been able to even intern or help doing anything mechanic related...everyone wants full on seasoned diesel techs and auto mechanics need to start out as lube techs before even being a possibility. Unless you have done mechanic work outside of schooling or know someone who will hook you up...you're going to have a hell of a time. Maybe it's just my shit hole state of WV, but nobody wants to hire someone unless they have years of experience...years of schooling mean nothing around here.
User avatar #305 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
Here in Kansas they are hurting for mechanics, and they train you on the spot.
User avatar #306 - whatugawkinat (09/23/2014) [-]
Lucky, dude, lucky. without experience, a lucky reference and thousands spent on tools, you're fucked around here. WV is a god awful place to live, either you're filthy rich or broke as fuck. Good luck to ya!
User avatar #307 - jimmyneubtron (09/23/2014) [-]
I've always been broke as fuck, and thank you.
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