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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    While a lot of hunters hunt as a hobby and I don't really approve of that, I find that these hunters are doing something really admirable: "‘When I kill an animal, I always take a moment and think about it. You are taking a life. When it goes to the hunter-share program, it’s all worthwhile.’"

    • Lexie Wolf

      I definitely understand when people find hunting distasteful. However I must say that I live in an area where there is a lot of hunting. Everything that is hunted is eaten. And the whole process is a lot more dignified and meaningful - and possibly humane - than going to the store and eating a piece of factory farmed chicken.