There is this wierd subculture that revolves around detonating small rodents in the most spectacular way possible.
|Caminante Nocturno |
I don't think these things should be legal.
Once you've allowed blowing gopher's heads off, isn't the DEGREE to which you blow them to hell with a bullet basically a matter of personal taste?
They're not legal to use in war, which makes me wonder how evil you'd have to be to pitch them to the military.
|Baby Finster |
I was surprised that "varmint" has become a technical term with it's own class of rifles, dedicated caliber and ammo type.
While this is pretty disturbing, I don't really understand how it's any more abusive than trapping or shooting them the normal way. If anything, blowing them up is more humane; at least their deaths are guaranteed instantaneous.
|El Zapatista |
Coyote pelts are valuable?
Hell yes, Coyote pelts are valuable.
I traded mine for a shitload of beads
|Timothy A. Bear |
I blame video gamers for promoting this sort of mentality. Shoot any little part of it and the whole thing is dead.
Obviously you stopped playing video games in the nineties.
Youtube comments tend to follow two lines:
A. Damn that seems cruel
B. Shut up Gay Democrat Muslims, who want to take away our god given right to shoot animals and jack off to it, did I say that last part out loud?
|Wonko the Sane |
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
The Guilotine, the Varmint Grenade, what next? A fishing lure that is actually a miniature depth charge?
... hang on, I need to send something to the patent agency.
|Goofy Gorilla |
How is a pelt going to be worth anything if it is ripped to pieces? I'm missing the logic here but then again I don't understand the need to cause rodents to explode.
|Spastic Avenger |
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