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Author Topic: Brutality: Animals or Humans, where do we draw the line?  (Read 5264 times)
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« Reply #100 on: August 25, 2007, 03:00:04 PM »




1.  once again dogs have no free will.  they do not have a choice to fight or not to fight.

2.  boxing and ufc are closely regulated and monitored sports while dog fighting is cruel, vicious, inhumane. dogs are thrown in this pit with the intention of fighting till the death or atleast untill one of the dogs is so badly injured he cannot continue.  in which case that dog is brutaly killed anyways.  there are no standing 8 counts, corner men, cut men, doctors.  a dog can not tap out or throw in the towel when they cant continue. 

3. ufc fighters and boxers are not electocuted, drown, hung, shot, ect for losing a fight.  yes there have been boxers who have died after a fight but this is a very rare occurrence. a baseball coach recently died after taking a line drive to the head, do you want to call baseball as brutal as dog fighting?  these boxers know what they are getting into when they step into the ring and they may come away with a cracked rib or broken nose.  if they cant deal with those chances they can always say no mas and walk away.

bottom line is calling the sports of boxing and ufc, human forms of dog fighting is just complete nonsense. maybe one day if dog fighting becomes an olympic sport you can compare them.  until that time comes there is absolutely no comparison.

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« Reply #101 on: August 25, 2007, 09:01:20 PM »




1.  once again dogs have no free will.  they do not have a choice to fight or not to fight.

2.  boxing and ufc are closely regulated and monitored sports while dog fighting is cruel, vicious, inhumane. dogs are thrown in this pit with the intention of fighting till the death or atleast untill one of the dogs is so badly injured he cannot continue.  in which case that dog is brutaly killed anyways.  there are no standing 8 counts, corner men, cut men, doctors.  a dog can not tap out or throw in the towel when they cant continue. 

3. ufc fighters and boxers are not electocuted, drown, hung, shot, ect for losing a fight.  yes there have been boxers who have died after a fight but this is a very rare occurrence. a baseball coach recently died after taking a line drive to the head, do you want to call baseball as brutal as dog fighting?  these boxers know what they are getting into when they step into the ring and they may come away with a cracked rib or broken nose.  if they cant deal with those chances they can always say no mas and walk away.

bottom line is calling the sports of boxing and ufc, human forms of dog fighting is just complete nonsense. maybe one day if dog fighting becomes an olympic sport you can compare them.  until that time comes there is absolutely no comparison.
so many pages wasted trying to explain to this idiot the difference between people and animals fighting Roll Eyes

now I believe this poofster is just trying to keep stirring up shit..........just let it go man
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« Reply #102 on: August 26, 2007, 11:35:25 AM »

so many pages wasted trying to explain to this idiot the difference between people and animals fighting Roll Eyes

now I believe this poofster is just trying to keep stirring up shit..........just let it go man

I agree
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