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Post by Frog on 7th October 2009, 3:13 pm

If a gang of kids turn feral and end up getting hurt in a gang fight, does that count as animal cruelty?

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Post by Guest on 7th October 2009, 3:22 pm

[quote="LP"]If a gang of kids turn feral and end up getting hurt in a gang fight, does that count as animal cruelty?[/quote



course not they got human rights, but till us humans sort ourselfs out, the rest of the planet has much of a chance

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Post by Frog on 7th October 2009, 3:35 pm

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LP wrote:If a gang of kids turn feral and end up getting hurt in a gang fight, does that count as animal cruelty?[/quote



course not they got human rights, but till us human sort ourselfs out the rest of the planet has much of a chance

If you're waiting for that then I think you might be waiting a long time. It was a tongue in cheek question anyway but despite our so called intelligence we are still so closely related to the animal world. Problem is we're halfway between comprehension and instinct, we've moved away from instinct so we can't read animals properly anymore but we haven't reached full comprehension, where by we one again understand animals but in human terms. I don't mean by humaizing them but by be able to describe what we once knew instinctively. Does that make any sense? scratch

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Post by Bones on 7th October 2009, 3:38 pm

My head hurts after that! confused

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Post by Frog on 7th October 2009, 3:39 pm

You should have tried writing it Shocked

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Post by Guest on 7th October 2009, 3:40 pm

Aspirin anyone? pale Wink

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Post by Bones on 7th October 2009, 3:41 pm

Yes please! drunken

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Post by Frog on 7th October 2009, 3:42 pm

Savages Rolling Eyes

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Post by Guest on 7th October 2009, 3:55 pm

[quote="LP"]
markeymark wrote:
LP wrote:If a gang of kids turn feral and end up getting hurt in a gang fight, does that count as animal cruelty?[/quote



course not they got human rights, but till us human sort ourselfs out the rest of the planet has much of a chance

If you're waiting for that then I think you might be waiting a long time. It was a tongue in cheek question anyway but despite our so called intelligence we are still so closely related to the animal world. Problem is we're halfway between comprehension and instinct, we've moved away from instinct so we can't read animals properly anymore but we haven't reached full comprehension, where by we one again understand animals but in human terms. I don't mean by humaizing them but by be able to describe what we once knew instinctively. Does that make any sense? scratch



see what you saying but we humans have come along way from then.like you said we once knew instinctively, but we know now moraly now, that the Frightening thing we never learn for a long time to come to repect our planet and what we got



anyway back to earth the courts are miles to soft on animal cruelty, but when i go home to exmoor all the hunts are run by people high places that can make the difference, but sadly its a sport and see animals as a use

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Post by Frog on 7th October 2009, 4:03 pm

[quote="markeymark"]
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markeymark wrote:
LP wrote:If a gang of kids turn feral and end up getting hurt in a gang fight, does that count as animal cruelty?[/quote



course not they got human rights, but till us human sort ourselfs out the rest of the planet has much of a chance

If you're waiting for that then I think you might be waiting a long time. It was a tongue in cheek question anyway but despite our so called intelligence we are still so closely related to the animal world. Problem is we're halfway between comprehension and instinct, we've moved away from instinct so we can't read animals properly anymore but we haven't reached full comprehension, where by we one again understand animals but in human terms. I don't mean by humaizing them but by be able to describe what we once knew instinctively. Does that make any sense? scratch



see what you saying but we humans have come along way from then.like you said we once knew instinctively, but we know now moraly now, that the Frightening thing we never learn for a long time to come to repect our planet and what we got

But at least we are learning, we’ve come a long way in the short time we’ve been here and I’d like to think we’ll keep getting better. Time will tell and I doubt any of us will ever see it though

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