It annoys me that my keyboard can unexpectedly switch to Korean, and I’m sure there’s a pattern to it I could learn to avoid, but I also like that most search engines can figure out what you were writing in English even if you accidentally have the keyboard set to Korean.
- Zeus: im gonna put my dick in it
- Everyone: dont put ur dick in it
- Zeus: toO LaTE
fuzzythefemur asked: Hey there! Saw your reblog about lion hunting. I agree with all the points in the photoset, but thought that you might enjoy the other side of the story as well. Check out this article, I found it pretty interesting: [Forgot about the link thing. Google "in defense of a lion killer" and it's the first result]
Mr. Vegtor poses a few good points, reminiscent of a book I once read called “Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat” about humankind’s relationship with animals. The author of that book opens the prologue arguing that it’s more humane to raise roosters for cockfighting than to raise hens for eggs, and it is just one long mindf*** after that.
I agree that there are probably misogynistic elements to it - men who hunt lions are usually dismissed as just being “a little too macho,” but women who hunt lions are beasts in the media. I don’t doubt for a second that the bile this woman received was typical of women who don’t “stay quiet” on the internet.
I also agree that the tumblr post in question, in that hunting a lion, especially on a professional game farm, is actually rather easy and not as impressive of a catch as other animals in the wild.
I don’t know how I feel about lions being raised to be hunted, though; sure the species survives, but is that not some form of domestication? It is clear that the species’ survival is now dependent on the whim of humans, and that does not sit right with me.
As always, the truth is very complicated.
Analyzing English Grammar, Klammer, Schulz, & Della Volpe, p. 21
you guys my grammar book is sassy
new goal: interrupt men I don’t like at every possible opportunity
Guilty as charged ㅡ.ㅡ
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