Hunting’s Decline

fox-with-attitude–Eleven American states ban hunting on Sunday, or restrict it to certain game and locations.  In Pennsylvania, for example, only coyote, foxes, and crows can be hunted on Sundays.

—Uhh…wait a minute!  Six days a week are not enough to be allowed to kill my kind?  You gotta kill foxes on Sunday, too?  Maybe they can sandwich it in after church!   I guess that they consider us nuisances or pests… I won’t repeat what I consider hunters.

But at least Pennsylvania has experienced a 28% decline in hunting license sales over the 25 years between 1981 and 2006.  This decline is attributed to loss of habitat, expense, and increasing anti-hunting attitudes.

It’s hard to sell hunting as a food-acquisition necessity when in reality it has long since become a “recreational” activity.

Better still, why not vent those aggressive, primordial impulses through a rousing video game where only images are killed rather than living creatures?  All we are saying, is give fur a chance!

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