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RE: I Guess It Is Time

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Posted by: ectimaeus at Fri Aug 26 16:09:22 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ectimaeus ]  
   

Do not waffle on me! In your own words you say it is ok to kill captive but not wild. I never said a single thing about what bearing it has on wild populations. I defy you to find anywhere in any of my posts that made that comparison. All that rhetoric came from you guys that I will endearingly call the "Hypocritical 3". I said it before and now again, a dead herp is a dead herp, whether captive or wild. Someone brought up the wolf thing. Let's try this on for size. Most people would think it ok to shoot or let a (wild) coyote starve. BUT, let someone let a litter of cute little puppies or kittens starve to death or neglect them and more than likely they would go to jail. Using your example, why is it ok to kill, let starve, or die sickly captive herps?

The point to this entire thread was to get people to think before they comment, critisize, or slander someone else without seeing the big picture. From the responses posted, there seems to be so much protectionism that their vision and minds are occluded.

I think I am done with this, and just so you know it is not feeling the need to run. It just seems pointless for me to waste anymore of my time trying to get the "Hypocritical 3" to understand what this issue is. They are too entrenched in their mission to shut down round-ups. I believe others have actually gotten my point. And to those, thanks for listening, your comments and understanding. If the "Hypocritical 3" want to champion their cause, let them start their own thread.

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