About the author: Doug Giles

Doug Giles is the Big Dawg at ClashDaily.com and the Co-Owner of The Safari Cigar Company. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter. And check out his new book, Rise, Kill and Eat: A Theology of Hunting from Genesis to Revelation.

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  • RhondaOR

    Hunting is illegile in Africa! How do she do this with out going to prison?

    • wa2pu

      Hunting is “not” illegal in Africa…where do you guys come up with this crap?

      • GrizzMann

        Democat daily talking points, PETA division.

    • Bart Smith

      WTH is “illegile”? I couldn’t find it in my dictionary. And if you think hunting in Africa is illegal, you are sadly uninformed.

      • Ron

        How about just plain stupid?

        • Bart Smith

          I was trying to be nice, but you’re probably more accurate.

      • lisarichards124

        I think it’s leftist for hilly billy.

        And no, this person is seeing Africa as a country and not a continent with many countries. Some allow hunting for keeping animal population controlled–you know, that decent thing humans do so animals don’t starve to death–but leftists see everything as illegal unless its crossing U.S. borders to invade, takeover and destroy America

      • TheLeast

        Crossing our southern border without submitting to the United States’
        immigration process is also “illegile”, but I’m guessing RhondaOR doesn’t have so much of an issue with everything going on down there…

      • GrizzMann

        Like all libs.

    • lisarichards124

      Hunting is not illegal in Africa. Africa is the continent, but there are countries there where you can hunt the over population to stop the animals from dying off from starvation. You can do it where its legal and those nations need the animal population from over-breeding and eating up all the food

    • monacall

      It is not….. south Africa has Safari’s that are set up for hunters to hunt the wild animals…. its a controlled area. They charge per the animal….. none of the animal goes to waste. All the meat goes to local villages…. they have taxidermist that do a great job on the animals. So lay off the gal…. my son has been to South Africa… very beautiful country.
      If Facebook wants to take anything off their stupid site…. take the Islamist radical Muslims off…..

  • Ron

    Can’t ban her she is too cute!

  • Ed

    Dumb, Dumber, Obama…..than there is RhondaOR

  • don76550

    Names, pictures and addresses of these anti hunting pro censorship kooks should be published on the internet. Rather than hunting animals, they should be hunted.

    • Joe

      I agree these kooks kill freedom.

  • Pam

    I personally don’t approve of killing animals just for sport (food yes, tropies no), but it’s not up to me to tell someone else they can do it. I detest the sight of animal heads hanging on walls, but that only means that they will never hang in my house. If her friends don’t want to see these photos, then they have the option to unfriend her. Long story short, while I don’t approve of these activities, I would never try to take away someone’s right to participate in them.

    • Bart Smith

      I like your attitude, but I have to point out a couple of things. First, she is not doing it merely for sport. She is participating in a program to prevent over-population, which leads to disease and starvation. And, in the case of big predators, can lead to them seeking people as prey.

      Second, nothing is wasted. All the meat goes to local villages, who otherwise may not be able to afford the weapons, ammo, or government permits required to harvest the animals. And who, likewise, may be facing a protein deficient diet.

      We’re talking providing meat for desperately poor, hungry people. You’d think the left would applaud such efforts. But in their mind, animals are more important than humans. “Let the villagers starve! We can’t have people killing animals.”

      One last thing.. just because a head is mounted doesn’t mean the animal was killed for sport. You do realize that a head mount is just the skin and horns, parts you can’t eat anyway, mounted to a form? All the edible parts, in most cases, are eaten.

      • Numberdude

        I like your attitude too, but I disagree with your last paragraph. As I explained in a previous post, I believe hunting for food is OK, but the ego trip of smiling and posing over the killed animal for a “photo op” is wrong morally. Same thing with mounting a head on a wall. It is the utmost of disrespect for the sacrificed animal, no matter if it’s just skin and horns and other inedible parts. Eating the animal doesn’t excuse the morally wrong attitude. Hunting and eating the animal should be done as a solemn sacred act.

        • GrizzMann

          Providing food for the poor is BAD?

          • Numberdude

            Did you READ my post? Where did I say “Providing food for the poor is BAD?”. I specifically said that hunting for food is fine. Exactly the opposite of what you got from my post. Read it again and maybe you’ll understand what I said.

          • GrizzMann

            Eating the animal doesn’t excuse the morally wrong attitude?
            All the meat goes to local villages, who otherwise may not be able to afford the weapons, ammo, or government permits required to harvest the animals.

          • Numberdude

            I have no problem with giving meat to local villages. Read it again and maybe you’ll understand what I said.

          • GrizzMann

            ” Eating the animal doesn’t excuse the morally wrong attitude. Hunting and eating the animal should be done as a solemn sacred act.” Hunting is sacred and moral, expressed differently.

          • Numberdude

            Expressed with SMILES and PRIDE in a photo op? That’s hardy respect. You sound like a liberal that twists around the meaning of words to suit their own needs. The evidence speaks louder than you. The girl is wrong and so are you.

          • GrizzMann

            SMILES and PRIDE? After preforming a sacred act you do not have pride and maybe a little smile?

          • Numberdude

            It’s impossible to get a sensible response from you. You’re either a troll or a liberal. Maybe both.

        • JimH69

          I like your attitude as well, however it’s highly subjective to call taking a trophy of the hunt as “wrong morally”. I understand (and agree with) your notion of these scenarios being “a solemn sacred act”, I just don’t see how memorializing the event, be it it by trophy or photo, automatically equates to an “ego trip”. Perhaps you should go on a hunt for yourself to gain a better understanding.

          Regardless I appreciate your comments and respectively agree to disagree on minor points.

          • Numberdude

            Most people I personally know who hunt, do it for enjoyment – hardly as a “sacred act”. When someone poses smiling over the killed animal, it’s obvious that they are enjoying themselves and congratulating themselves. That is objective evidence that they did it for enjoyment – not a subjective judgement on my part. What does eating have to do with trophys or photo ops? It seems clear that the hunter in these pictures wants to portray himself as the “victor”. I say go hunt, kill the animal for food, thank God for the opportunity, and enjoy the meal. Just lose the “sporting attitude” and the smiling photos.

        • Rattlerjake

          Where the hell do you libturds come up with this crap. God put these animals on earth for man to use. Besides the meat, the teeth, skins, and bones all have a purpose. Hunting is more natural than the homosexual acts you libturds adore. Trophy hunting removes the oldest and often least productive animals from a herd allowing the younger, more robust to proliferate the species. As well, hunting helps to remove the poor genetics. Disrespecting an animal would be to throw it away as you are suggesting, instead hunters are proud of the animals and show them respect by hanging that trophy for all to see. Eating an animal is NOT a morally wrong attitude, ignoring your heritage and ancestry and not eating the animals that God gave us for that purpose is morally wrong! Go eat your pathetic big mac and tofu and leave the hunting to real humans!

  • stombut

    Deep down it’s not really the guns. It’s more the fact that she’s everything that their not. Jealousy is a very ugly thing.

    • JimH69

      Jealously is what’s really the heart of modern-day Marxism.

      • stombut

        Indeed

  • pysco

    Its actually a typical response from left wing, liberals.. Nobody is allowed any rights except them.. There should be an open season on them, no limit restrictions

  • WilliamJFlannigan

    But critics are appalled by the teen’s beaming social media and are calling Kendall sick and depraved for killing the rare animals and boasting about it online. http://tr.im/5nszd

  • Pazuzu

    If Facebook has no problem posting muslim beheadings, whazza’ problem?

  • Bart Smith

    And with a bow no less!! In today’s emasculated society there aren’t many men around with a set big enough to even attempt bowhunting a lion, never mind a teen age girl. That takes some serious nerve. Good for her!

  • jaxtom

    Beautiful animal! ….nice cats too…bwahahahaha

  • lisarichards124

    Hunting is not illegal in Africa. Africa is the continent, but there are countries where you can hunt the over population that will starve to death.

    And to those who can’t handle it: Women still buy leopard coats and other furs–yes, I do buy and wear fur all you anti-fur and leather nuts, and used to have an elephant skin handbag. Stupid me, I lent it to someone who liked it too much to give back.

    Not to worry, you can get any skin, just depends on the country where it’s legal that obtains for those horrid women like me who adore alligators hanging from my arm!

    • jaxtom

      GO GATORS!!!! (Couldn’t resist)

  • Tpatriot

    I wonder if she would like to go fishing?

  • lisarichards124

    Hey Facebook, ban this girl and I’ll put her pics up on my FB page, and guarantee many others will to support her hunting.

    And I hope she decors her home with every catch. I would! Hell, I would rug up my floors and as to the ivory–I have no problem with that decorating my tables and wrists!

    No, I’m not joking! And yes, I do wear it all!

  • Hammer

    Think Veil….Than complain….

  • lisarichards124

    Kendall: Get a taxidermy! Wow! This girl rocks!

  • Danny

    All I have to say to Kendall is, “YOU GO, GIRL!!” If the tree huggers don’t like her pictures, DON’T LOOK AT THEM!!. Any moron ought to be able to figure that out, even a greenie. It’s this way, I don’t like Nancy Pelosi. So, I don’t watch her when she comes on TV or search out her website. How hard is that to understand. The truth is, the democrabs, the greenies, tree-huggers etc are perfectly willing for you to have your own opinion……just as long as it agrees with them. Our so-called el prezidente is the same way.

  • Joe

    Facebook posts much worst with no problem. I say just dump FB and it’s leftist policies.

  • Al Chemist

    This people who complain about this girl hunter are probably large of butt and narrow of mind. They could not do what this girl does if their life depended on it. These are some of the same people who want to burn down Hobby Lobby after a Supreme Court ruling.

  • TheLeast

    My God…this young lady is one doctoral thesis persuasively putting to rest any reasonable doubt that Leftism IS a mental disorder away from being “the total package”!

  • medivac

    She’s a real tribute to us Texans !! It’s a shame that she couldn’t use her skills on some libaturds !!

    • wa2pu

      When liberals go on safari they usually stick to more ferocious game. Such as unarmed children in schools, midnight movie premiers, or political events.

      • Joseph Toth

        I hear that.

  • Nick

    If the tree huggers and animal rights idiots, think killing animals and cutting down tree’s is a bad thing….
    I wonder what they will think when 2/3 ‘s of the world will be destroyed by every imaginable means of destructible disaster man could ever witness…..its coming and its called “The Great Tribulation” woe to the sheeple of the earth……
    Gods final judgement on mankind….Romans 1:18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;
    Rom 1:19 Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.
    Rom 1:20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
    Rom 1:21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.
    Rom 1:22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,
    Rom 1:23 And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.
    Rom 1:24 Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves:

  • BigTnTDaddy

    This is offensive? But ghetto thugs displaying their crime booty and other gang-related paraphernalia is otherwise acceptable? Give me a break!

    • lisarichards124

      Exactly. And aborting how many black babies in America every year is okay, but hunting is wrong.

      • BigTnTDaddy

        And don’t forget the ultimate in hypocrisy… All-out opposition to the death penalty, whilst fallen over themselves supporting all abortion. Let the perps of the world live, while condemning the innocents.

        Only in a Libtard’s mind, could this fester.

  • Swampfox

    If these holier than thou ever read the 1st Amendment, or the 10 commandments, they would not be so ready to impose their believes on others.

  • lisarichards124

    So what Kendall is doing is wrong, but what Islam does is religion and just tribal law?

    It’s okay when the murderers of mankind slaughter human beings, it’s okay to abort 10s of millions of humans in the womb, but hunting animals is somehow bad?

    Oh wait, it’s not wrong if it’s Michael Vick hanging dogs for the thrill, just don’t hunt animals for food, warmth, conservation or protecting yourself from a huge bear. Let the bear eat you so you can go down as sacrificing yourself for left wing fake and phony idiocy that really doesn’t care about animals or human beings but anti-human causes

  • lisarichards124

    Now, if we used that skill on the borders

  • lisarichards124

    I say we all re-post her FB pics onto our own FB pages. Screw Face Book! They are not God, who was the first animal hunter and first furrier.

  • NeoracerX

    I am a hunter I eat what I hunt. The killing of Lions and elephants and any of the big cats is wrong you cannot eat them and they are getting to be in so few placers anymore it is not easy to find them. So in reality she paid fat cash to kill some animals she has no intentions of eating. I will not support this as her right. She has the right to hunt for food. Not to kill in cold blood.
    So all of you who think her rights are being violated can just sit and spin. She is just a killer nothing more of less, killing for fun is bordering insane. And do not call me a tree hugger I will kill in a heart beat any animal I can use as food.

    • Numberdude

      I’m not a hunter, but I support hunting. Hunting for food is perfectly fine. But hunting as a SPORT or for FUN is dead wrong morally. Hunting and killing an animal for food should be a sacred act, performed with the utmost respect. Smiling and posing over a killed animal for a “photo op” is disgusting and is an ego trip. It is the epitome of disrespect and hypocrisy. If you hunt for sport or fun, then you are morally wrong even if you eat what you kill. It’s the attitude that I object to. Hunt with respect for the animal and treat hunting as a sacred sacrifice. It’s not supposed to be for sport or fun or to bolster your ego. It’s supposed to be for food.

    • RAMBO

      NeoracerX
      TWO THUMBS UP FOR YOU. INSECURE PEOPLE, LIKE TROPHYS MAKES THEM FEEL IMPORTANT.

    • Victor

      NeoracerX…..would you rather this open hunting land be open up to
      settlements; where by hundreds of Lions would be gone. Or have hunters
      pay huge fees to hunt Lions only when the prides need to be thinned as
      determined by the authorities? Or are you of the Bloomberg ilk? Where,
      if you don’t like something then no one can do it. Bloomberg feels you
      (NeoracerX) are too f…ing dumb to decide how much soda you can drink
      there for he decrees 20oz drinks illegal simply because he doesn’t like
      them.

    • mac12sam12

      Listen up tree hugger. Sometimes they kill these animals because they’ve gone rogue, destroying villages and taking lives.

  • Tina

    Idiots!

  • WelderChick

    They’ll probably succeed in getting her banned. After all, this is the same company that gave us 50 (I think) different gender designations you can choose from. So they’re insane.

    She doesn’t seem like the kind of girl that is bothered by FB or the screamin’ me-mes. I am impressed that she got that lion with a cross bow! I’m hoping to go hunting for the first time this coming fall and hope some day to be that good!

    • lisarichards124

      Support her FB page. The photos are amazing and her stories of saving African farmer’s herds from wild animals eating the livestock

      • WelderChick

        Thanks! I’ll look it up when I get home.

  • dan prater

    Send the progs over there and let them feed these critters instead of the locals who have been feeding them. I hear progs taste like chicken.
    Its called population control morons. These critters have to eat and they eat meat.

    • lisarichards124

      What next: Ban Tarzan movies

  • NeoracerX

    I am a hunter I eat what I hunt. The killing of Lions and elephants and any of the big cats is wrong you cannot eat them and they are getting to be in so few places anymore it is not easy to find them. So in reality she paid fat cash to kill some animals she has no intentions of eating. I will not support this as her right. She has the right to hunt for food. Not to kill in cold blood.
    So all of you who think her rights are being violated can just sit and spin. She is just a killer nothing more or less, killing for fun is bordering insane. And do not call me a tree hugger I will kill in a heart beat any animal I can use as food. :)

    • Steve Smith

      If the lions leopards and elephants aren’t killed they kill unarmed villagers and their crops, killing competing animals is better than killing humans.

      Or are you of the school of “murder foreigners to protect US spending and currency debasement but don’t touch one lion” crowd?

    • ONTIME

      Your wrong about not eating them, the meat is donated back to the state for consumption and many tribes hunted these animals for spiritual reason as well as meat…..

    • GrizzMann

      What is the reason for not eating lion or elephant?

      • NeoracerX

        your point is ignorant in so many ways I will reply.

        • GrizzMann

          I looked it up. Ignorance cured through education.
          Lion meat is usually low on fat but it tastes just like pork. The low
          fat content means that it can be very hard if not cooked properly.

          One common African dish is Elephant Soup. Try this elephant meat recipe at home!

          • one-half pound of elephant meat

          • three cups of beef broth

          • one onion

          • one cup hazelnuts

          • one cup boiled peas

          • one small green onion
          Ilooked it up. Ignorance cured with education.

          • one cup of shitake mushrooms

          • two tablespoons of lard

          • salt and black pepper (to taste)

          • one-half cup of milk

          Combine meat with other ingredients and simmer for 1 hour.

          • NeoracerX

            Also SHE DID NOT KILL FOR FOOD! as I said in the 1st post you commented on. If its for food then ok but if your doing it to pose with it and mount it on your wall your pathetic and nothing but a killer. Get a clue and don’t try to go off the subject to post idiotic crap.

          • GrizzMann

            So, your’e against the trophy, part? The food part is Unaccountable?
            How about , population control? Like Planned Parenthood acts on human opulations?
            I have yet to see a story that she let the meat rot.

            Facebook has removed some photographs of a Texas teenager posing with freshly killed animals she hunted during a recent safari in South Africa that had been criticized by users as inappropriate, the company said on Wednesday. Brave FACEBOOK?

          • NeoracerX

            She is killing endangered animals.. Point made. now go away I do not want to chat with an ignorant person on whats right, its like pissing into the wind.

    • victor

      NeoracerX…..would you rather this open hunting land be open up to settlements; where by hundreds of Lions would be gone. Or have hunters pay huge fees to hunt Lions only when the prides need to be thinned as determined by the authorities? Or are you of the Bloomberg ilk? Where, if you don’t like something then no one can do it. Bloomberg feels you (NeoracerX) are too f…ing dumb to decide how much soda you can drink there for he decrees 20oz drinks illegal simply because he doesn’t like them. I feel you would be like Bloomberg and anything that NeoracerX doesn’t like then you would decree it illegal.

    • mac12sam12

      you can eat elephants and you’re no hunter, poser.

  • USCBIKER

    I agree with neoracerX. This kid, obviously wealthy enough to afford these expensive safaris, is killing magnificent animals for purely trophy reasons. A trophy buck, goat or ram is one thing, but apex predators should be off limits. These African nations need the $ so they allow it, while hunting down poachers who do the same thing but don’t off the govt. I do agree with ripping FB for abject censorship. They should post these pics and let opinions be expressed, whatever side they may fall on.

    • ONTIME

      She didn’t poach them, she bought a license and permits to make the hunt and animal control is practiced in many of the areas, just like in the US……If you use FB then your at more risk than a she is during a hunt….You should try going into the wild and hugging some of those animals she legally hunted…

    • Memphis Viking

      Why is a trophy buck ok but a trophy lion is not?

    • yaki534

      Some of those apex preditors need to be controlled too. Otherwise their prey will die off.

      • QWYS

        Or worse, they begin to wander into villages and attack people just because the alpha animals force the to find other territory in which to hunt. A hungry tiger, cheetah or leopard, once they realize that humans are tasty and much easier prey than an antelope or other prey animal will continue to kill humans until itself is killed.

  • rosemarienoa

    They’re just jealous because she’s a beautiful young woman who is a very skilled hunter……with bow & arrow !!! None of them could do that !! What a bunch of wimps…..just like the O in the WH !!!

    • Eric Haulenbeek

      Could you imagine a liberal hog doing what that girl does? Not a chance.

      • NoRINO

        Liberals hated guns but they preferred clothes hangers.

  • Sky Soldier

    Personally, I liken “anti-gunners” to Hitleresque ideology. Why? Because once Hitker and other dictators disarm citizens they destroy all freedom and liberty. So, to the antigun ignoramuses, suck up and give up all rights to your Constitutional freedo and liberty we who voluntarily served in the military so you cowards world enjoy freedom and liberty, but don’t try to take away mine!

    • Dave

      Yeah. Lets load our AR15s and empty all the woods. Who needs animals anyway. Lets kill everything just for fun.

      • Winston

        You must’ve a shame to your parents, unless of corse their names are Bill & Hillary.

      • mac12sam12

        Has anyone here said that? No, just you. Seek help.

      • Eric Haulenbeek

        That’s a real stupid statement. What kind of a dumb ass are you? No one here has suggested killing for fun.

      • QWYS

        As if you own an AR, and are proficient at target shooting much less hunting.

  • buellfooll

    I wonder how many of these signers are also protesting Hobby Lobbies new found right to refuse to pay for the drugs that will kill the baby in their womb?

    • colsooonscoorner

      Oh that’s different, it’s only a baby. Sarc!

  • Memphis Viking

    I guess the anti-hunters are jealous of the attention gays get by being shrill, hypersenstitive bullies.

  • GrizzMann

    If she would have been a black Democrat, she would be OK.

  • Enubus

    I am a gun owner, a psychologist, a conservative, and in law enforcement but I can’t condone killing animals. That is not a sport but nothing more then carnage. I know those pictures are phony, the bitch couldn’t take down an elephant with a bow. Elephants, and lions are endangered and you think this is great??? I would like to see a pride rip her apart and feed on her. All hunting is disgusting, there is absolutely no reason for it other then some gratuitous pleasure in killing an animal at a distance, makes puny humans feel powerful.. If you want to pit yourself against an animal, use a knife and may the best animal win. Shame on the bitch, shame on you all! I am through with your blog, you sir are an ass!

    • GrizzMann

      She is posed with a rifle on the elephant. Would she be OK if she downed the elephant with an arrow or spear? Or a Democrat ?

    • TRex

      You’re a dumb@ass. Screw off! ‘All hunting is disgusting and then advocate her death?’ You an f—king lunatic.

    • USAgent

      Your entitled to your view but name calling and suggesting that she be ripped apart is another matter. I hope your Chief or supervisor reads your comments.

      • Greg

        not a real cop im sure.

      • Eric Haulenbeek

        I doubt he’s even got a Chief. A guy like this is too much of a hot head to be wearing a badge. He’s probably a warehouse guard.

    • HuskerHunter

      A majority of these animals like lions, cheetahs, and elephants that are taken are problem animals that kill villagers. And these people pay good money to shoot them, and meat is given to villagers. And the money is given for the health and preservation of; gasp; helping these animals out! When an article comes out about poachers killing multiple elephants needlessly for their ivory the only ones I hear complaining are us hunters! But then it wasn’t a pretty girl that is a responsible hunter killing them, that’s why. Poachers don’t bring the douchebags out!

    • dan prater

      How do you suppose cave men took down mastodons ?
      And good riddance!

    • Sky Soldier

      You are no conservative and your liberal bent shoes by being a twisted “psychologist”. Get a life.

      • Eric Haulenbeek

        More psychotic than psychologist… where do these morons come from?

        • m2

          Probably straight from AKAMAI DNS requests that are forwarded by libtards over at media matters , huffPO or the like. just guessing….

    • Wuz nt Me

      A psychologist has to attend a lot of schooling. It seems odd you could have that much education and still don’t know the difference between “then” and “than”…
      I would also think that a real psychologist would understand the juvenile nature of name-calling and wishing harm on others.
      I find anything you say to be difficult to believe.

    • mac12sam12

      Can I get you a tissue?

    • Greg

      give your guns back then.. its call conservation

    • krptnyt

      I guess you don’t eat meat either?

      • m2

        I think he smokes some occasionally.

        • Joken Joe

          No he chokes it.

    • Eric Haulenbeek

      Bullshit tough guy! Deal with it!

    • NoRINO

      Roger Elliot owns guns, knives and he didn’t hunt lions.

    • Joken Joe

      I’m glad you’re done with this blog. You belong in the lib blogs. Ps there are people who rely on hunting for food.

    • J_in_TX

      You calling her names shows your ignorance. You also show your ignorance by stating there is no reason for hunting. It is necessary to cull the herd to prevent animals from starving. You say you are a psychologist and a gun owner. I say you are a phony. Why do you even own a gun? Oh wait, I bet it is to make your puny human self feel powerful. Why don’t you just carry a knife. Then when you are attacked by a criminal you could show them how manly you really are by killing them with your knife. May the best man win. I think you need to see a psychologist to deal with your anger.

    • m2

      Hey ‘Inyourbutt’ or whatever your name stands for. I doubt you are ANY of those things, certainly not a conservative. You show your ignorance of hunting. Hunting and hunters PRESERVE wildlife by helping to cull large herds. And a bow CAN TOO take down a huge animal, I have seen that personally. And don’t try to tell us what a great humanitarian you are by telling us that you would like to see a Pride of Lions rip her to shreds? I hope a MS-13 gang comes and rips YOU to shreds, you pussy.

    • m2

      Don’t let the door slam you in the ass on the way out of this blog, you politically correct idiot. Thank you! Yes, please GTFO now ! ! ! ! ! !

    • Skeletor X

      What kind of gun owner are you if you think that’s a bow she’s holding over the elephant?

  • machodog

    I wish that those animals would just come back to life and rip out the throats of those women…the supposed givers of life.

    • Sky Soldier

      Hey dirt bag, those ferocious wild meat eaters don’t differentiate between male or female “food”, so perhaps you shouldn’t go outside.

      • machodog

        I see that you are devoid of logical thought processes, otherwise, you wouldn’t have made this stupid statement. Piss off.

    • Eric Haulenbeek

      Yeah… like they’re gonna’ do that. Get a grip!

      • machodog

        It was wishful thinking, Dolt. Tell me that in your entire life you NEVER casually wished for something you knew would never happen.

        • Eric Haulenbeek

          Then I grew up.

    • wisdomcries

      I just wish the 50 million murdered children would come back to life and ask the mothers that ripped the throats out of them the supposed givers of life and you would have to answer them…Oh wait it will happen

      • Joken Joe

        Bless you! Your right on the money. But libs say its ok by them.

  • yaki534

    Some crybabies can not learn that if they do not like to look at something they can scroll past it or close their eyes. GET A LIFE! I happen to enjoy most of those pics and stories as long as they do not just leave the meat to rot. Eat what you kill. except for varmints, Coyotes and other scavengers need to eat, too.

  • SATCitizen

    Hey farcebook. . .about ’bout bannin abortion support first! These whinny crybabies probably play violent video games.

    • WelderChick

      Absolutely! But that will never happen since apparently liberals think it’s ok to kill human babies for any reason at all.

      • SATCitizen

        They are a sorry lot and will have a lot to answer for. Planned Parenthood has their faux god in their back pocket.

  • SATCitizen

    The meat will probably go to feed a lot of villagers. She’s a bow hunter. . .that takes a lot of skill. . .something whinny crybabies know nothing about. . .in their dumbing down they are nothing but a pack of lemmings.

  • sixxfingers

    Are lions and leopards no longer on the endangered list? People that kill for thrill or sport are wrong. Before long they’ll have to start poaching in zoos if they insist on killing these animals. I’ve no respect for them.

    • NoRINO

      Why don’t you just change the law and make hunting lions illegal instead of whining about it?

      • sixxfingers

        Because I don’t live in Africa where lions live, you f’idiot. That’s why.

        • NoRINO

          Hunting Lions must be OK in Africa then, who are you to judge?

        • foxxybey

          You do live in a nation where their are mountain lions, wolfs and coyotes that are now attacking people, so your excuse doesn’t fly in any way.

          • NoRINO

            Bears also.

          • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky

            The article and following posts are not about “attacking humans” you f-ing idiot.

            Read the damn article and do a little looking around and reading before you open your ignorant yap.

            How do you get to “You do live in a nation where their (there) are mountain lions, wolfs (wolves)and coyotes that are now attacking people,”when this is about sport for benefit to locals and indigenous animal populations ?

            Kendall;

            “I’m a hunter and proud of that,
            That being said I eat what I shoot and only hunt overpopulated animals that other wise [sic] would starve or get diseased. Trophy hunting majestic and rare animals so you can get paid by the people who sponsor you is sick! … Don’t make the rest of us look bad with this crap!”

          • foxxybey

            Get screwed know every thing Micky know it all troll, your the stupid dumb and blind butt head you nut job, In Colorado coyotes are attacking human and the warnings on TV every night, I state a opinion you come on attack like a little old lady with a cause dick head. You don’t need help looking like crap your sick brain does that each time you come on a site, so go play with yourself if there is anything there to play with sicko idiot.

          • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky

            .
            The post/topic is about the intentions and justifications of the hunters actions and the responses to her actions.
            Sixfingers disagrees with Hunters actions.
            So please tell us how you bringing up coyotes, wolves, and mountain lions attacking people is supposed to explain anything to Sixfingers ?
            Hey may be a Liberal, but at least he knows what the f hes talking about.
            Everytime you open your retarded yap you smudge sht all over the face of the Conservative party.
            You’re not a Conservative, or even a republican.
            You’re just an uninformed poorly educated vile old banging her flat chest beach who runs around saying dramatic crap so she can score likes and show em to her inbred retard family who thinks hating Liberals is what makes you a Conservative.
            You’re a f-ing disgrace whose only solution half the time is to kill or beat the crap out anyone contrary to you.

          • foxxybey

            Up yours, you left wing nut job troll. Last word from me idiot.

          • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky

            Is that as good as you got ?

            To call me a Liberal ?
            Just because I showed you to be an idiot ?
            Thats your best argument ?
            I have a Conservative following for the last ten years, many of them Jewish, that would laugh til they crapped if you told them you were a Conservative.
            You dont know the first thing about Conservatism.
            You’re an angry, vindictive, racist, bigoted, sexist uninformed MOUTH spewing lies and what you think your like minded ilk want to hear just you can get a little wet.

            “. Last word from me idiot.”

            Riiiiiiight.
            Thats about the twentieth time you’ve said that.
            And stop calling yourself an idiot.
            Self depreciation won’t get any sympathy from me.

        • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky

          Well, if it matters so much to you it wouldnt matter where you live, you f-ing idiot.

    • Eric Haulenbeek

      The meat that those kills supply feeds a lot of people… why do you think they sell the licenses to hunt these animals. Or would you rather see these animals die a cruel death, starving for what’s not available due to overpopulation? Get a clue man. This girl has a lot of skill to be hunting the way she does!

      • foxxybey

        No over population any where Eric, can fit every person on earth in the state of Texas with 3 acres of land, so that is myth and the reason many kill their human babies and that is really wrong, they can’t run, can’t hide and are murdered for the lack of human kindness.

        • MX Racer

          Sorry Foxxybey but you are WRONG about these animals not being overpopated in some areas. I’ve been numerous times to RSA, Zimbabwe, Botswana & Mozambique. I just returned from a trip to Zimbabwe where both the elephant & lioness were way overpopulated for the habitat that they live in & were causing substantial damage that will affect all of the wildlife

          • foxxybey

            Sorry bud but, can you read? I wasn’t talking about animals but people as a answer to a person who thinks the world is over populated, I’m glad you got to go there, I also have travelled the world and believe what you said but, that wasn’t the reason for my comment. God Bless and Shalom, good hunting.

        • Eric Haulenbeek

          Not human population fox, the animals overpopulate even the best defended reserves. These animals have to go one way or another, especially the big cats. It has nothing to do with the senseless massacre of animals. It’s the most humane way to keep overpopulation, especially keeping the big cats from cannibalizing the prides.

          • foxxybey

            I agree with you Eric on this comment which is common sense. God Bless and Shalom:

    • foxxybey

      Grow up sixxfingers and take those fingers out of your butt, not going to happen and if you don’t like to hunt, the heck with you.

    • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky

      Its called “culling”.
      When one species threatens the wellbeing of another hunters licensed to strike the balance do so.
      She is obviously doing nothing illegal or else the only gripe would not be about her pics.

  • wisdomcries

    Sorry folks I just can’t jive with killing a Lion, Leopard or Elephant even if the season is in or we are trying to sustain the herds. If you can eat it then fine. If it is a ground hog or rabbit that undermine your house structure or eat all of your garden then fine as those animals reproduce unabated.

    If it is legal to shoot these critters then that is up to you and I don’t object…but promoting it to stick a thumb in Progs eyes is counter-productive to me.

    By the same measure…The most violent creatures are the Progs as they want to bomb Hobby Lobby for a SCOTUS decision. That hypocrisy says way more about them than this girl.

    BTW Rifle or not, what she did was not easy.

  • Eric Haulenbeek

    Some kind of girl alright. Fearless, well trained. Very impressive!

  • John Connor IV

    If she is such a great hunter, she needs to go hunt down some Boko-Haram mother f**kers!!!

    • foxxybey

      Wow, what a comment John, been going on since after the world wide flood so get a brain for your empty skull.

  • John Connor IV

    Makes me sick to see a dead Mufasa

  • foxxybey

    Should have open season on anit-hunters and no limit, that would solve the problem.

    • m2

      yeah they slither around everywhere, you can easily confuse them with the loose pythons and anacondas lol. Except snakes have more integrity than liberals…they’re not trying to be anything other than snakes.

    • QWYS

      Don’t worry, when the trajectory of the flying feces intersects the path of the blades on the rotary air circulation gizmo, they’ll last about 3 weeks tops.

      • foxxybey

        Love you comments and humor, God Bless and Shalom Friend:

      • Joken Joe

        I think longer, they will eat there own(libs). Then they will starve to death, because what there hunting shoots back.

        • QWYS

          You may be on to something here, fortunately I have all the necessary anti-proglodyte zombie calibers, a ready supply of ammunition and fixin’s to make many more.

          Rememberm the double tap is key ..

          • Joken Joe

            One shot one kill. Then if necessary use a machete for the finishing blow. Bullets are expensive.

          • Bart Smith

            Like the T-shirt says: “I carry .45 caliber, because having to shoot twice is silly.”

  • racefish

    Seems she has bigger cajones than some of the anti-hunters.

    • Guest

      Wouldn’t surprise me if she turned out to be a shemale.

      • Joken Joe

        Takes one to know one. A fella.

      • racefish

        Probably not. They’re much too “feminine” to get their hands dirty.

  • EL

    I don’t mind people hunting, but the cats? Do they eat them? Skin them? They’re getting rarer and rarer. To just hunt for the glory of it is just plain stupid. You don’t kill what’s getting rare. No need for it except to get your picture taken.

  • Linda F.

    While I don’t mind people hunting (I know a few hunters, myself), I view this as unnecessary and downright wasteful. How is she helping the animal preserves? No. I don’t think that’s what she’s doing. I don’t believe that’s her goal at all. I think she kills these animals for the thrill of it; because it makes her look like a big shot; because it makes her feel powerful and an equal with the “big boys.” It’s people like her who are contributing to the impending extinction of these beautiful animals.

    As far as banning the pictures is concerned: That’s ridiculous. I do, however, think she needs to find a better way to prove herself; a way that *won’t* contribute to the eventual extinction of these creatures.

    • Sandy

      having been to the game parks in the 90′s in Zimbabwe, the hunts can cost in the tens of thousands of dollars. The meat is given to the local villagers, the money goes towards anti-poaching, and everyone wins. elephant over-population was a huge problem there; controlled hunts were humane and needed.

    • m2

      You seem like a reasonable person, and so I will not attack you in what you say. I know how it may look to you. There are widespread misunderstandings and misinformation about hunting. Suffice it to say that the laws are constantly scrutinized, and that it takes a great deal of skill and know-how to get ANY big game. If I had killed this, I’d darn sure want lots of pictures taken too. And lady, if you are for women’s rights (like most of the men on this forum and in general conservative men are more than liberal women) – then you should SUPPORT a woman’s right to hunt and not denigrate a huntress for the ‘crime’ of being female! If such behavior scares you, or seems ‘unladylike’ or something like that, then share these thoughts and I am sure the fine hunters here will help you with this. I’m not trying to give you a hard time, but basically your arguments are a lot like a carnivore saying that no one can eat a salad because you have to be totally vegetarian. Let’s protect a woman’s right to do whatever-the-hell-she-wants, as long as it’s legal! I am just arguing for enforcing and upholding the law, and if there is something truly wrong with it, it can get changed, but not based on ignorance or misplaced feelings. Peace to you, again you seem reasonable enough to at least consider what I am saying here.

  • Joken Joe

    Just finished reading the comments below. Some of those libs are really sick. They say hauntings wrong, then turn right around and want to kill you. In the same breath the will tell abortion is ok. The way I see it liberalism is truly a brain disease. The scientific community needs to come up with a cure for it.

    • Guest

      How exacly does canned lion hunting help to conserve wild lions?
      White lions don’t exist in the wild. She killed that lion in a canned hunt.

      • Joken Joe

        How do you know it was a canned hunt. Did not see that in the article. Two if you don’t like it you need to take it up with the country that allowed it. Me I’ve never hunted for trophies, only for meat. Let me tell you bambi sure is delicious.

        • Guest

          I told you already. White lions don’t exist in the wild. And yet she said that she is killing for the conservation. She is lying. That’s all I’m saying. I’m not arguing whether canned hunting is legal or illegal. Your bambi comment has zero value. Try another argument.

          • Ben James

            Explain where it was indicated that its a canned hunt

          • desert dweller

            Are you phucking lame from the neck up? How many times does he have to explain it?

          • Joken Joe

            That’s not a white lion. As to bambi, I had him on a biscuit biscuit this morning with a side of babe.

          • Guest

            You don’t know much about lions, do you? :D
            I think the case is closed, I made my point.

          • Joken Joe

            The only point you’ve made is that your a lib troll.

          • Guest

            ok.

      • Skeletor X

        It’s not a white lion, adjust your monitor settings.

        • Guest

          Perhaps you should educate yourself. :)

        • foxxybey

          Color blind people with a agenda don’t care, it is their way and that is Nazism at it’s best.

      • QWYS

        The lion is not an albino,and you have no proof that it was a canned hunt. Your only exposure to lions seems to be the pampered zoo and circus types. Please let us all know how you know the specific type of lion.

        A lion in a preserve consumes resources. If the number of large predators in a reserve is too large for the available prey species population, getting a tag and taking a lion or two, or any other large predator down eases the stress on the overall population.

        I bet you think you are a real conservationist. Try managing a deer lease for 20+ years and you might learn a thing or two. What she did is no different than using a live catch trap to manage feral hogs on a deer lease. Yumm .. Piggy be tasty.

        • foxxybey

          I have seen them in the wild and they will eat you in a dead second, so why so testy oh wise one? By the way, I have a friend who shoots deer and hogs when they are on his property and has a freezer full sure enjoy the feast when I’m at his place.

        • Guest

          ||Please let us all know how you know the specific type of lion.||
          Color of the nose tells age. Color of the mane tells if its albino. It seems to be very difficult for you to admit that it really is a white lion. Do a simple Google image search and compare.

          And for the third time: Wild lions don’t exist in the wild. That’s why I know the lion was specifically bred for hunting a.k.a Canned Hunting.

    • Ron Alford

      It’s a brain and heart disease, they need Jesus.

  • CaptGene

    I like her! She is one fine lady! As for all you libtards who think she’s the most horrible thing to come down the pike since President Ronald Reagan, well, nothing I can say is going to change your mind so why not give some thought to this: Every time you slice a tomato, if you listen very closely you will hear tiny screams coming from the poor creature. Is that “okay” to do to fruits and vegetables?

    • desert dweller

      BULLSHYT…when was the last time you ate a leopard steak, or a lion steak or an elephant steak…this is crap and killing strictly for the sake of killing…just like the phucking mooslimes!!

      • Skeletor X

        If you knew anything about big game hunting you would know that the meat goes to feed local villagers.

        • MyKinKStar

          Yeah, because they’re all starving otherwise. Pffft!

      • foxxybey

        And here I thought you had a brain, so they kill for sport, why do humans kill other humans? Your logic needs a lot to be desired.

      • CaptGene

        One thing that is impossible is to teach stupid so go back under the rock someone lifted setting you free and eat your nuts and twigs. Oh, and for the record: No, I have never had a leopard steak although in Southeast Asia I DID have elephant a couple times. Also Mountain Lion, which is one of the animal species I happen to hunt, is really very good eating.

        • Joken Joe

          In south east asia, if they can put it on there plate they’ll eat it. So next time don’t forget the dogs and cats. And yes when I was there I ate dog, and it’s truly a fine meal.

          • CaptGene

            I had dog in Seoul, Korea. Another soldier and I went to a Korean restaurant. the waiter said in broken English they didn’t have and English menu but we told him in broken Korean we could read enough to order. Once we found “kagogi” the waiter asked, “You know what ‘kagogi’ is??” to wit we answered, “Dog, woof-woof!” The waiter and patrons laughed themselves silly. In the kitchen we had several small dogs hanging on hooks to choose from which they cooked for us. It taste a little like pork and no, when my dogs die, I cry my heart out and bury them. As for cats, they look a lot like rabbit and cook up the same way. Ditto on my cats as my dogs. In Asia if it moves it’s food. Coming out of the jungle in Nam’ we came into a village where a child was eating the biggest cockroach I have ever seen like a Hershey’s candy bar. Aside from the “thought factor” of eating a roach, there is a lot of nutrition in them.

          • Joken Joe

            Still in high school when nam ended. Dad told me once if Charlie had a bowl of rice with some rat meat he was a happy camper. US Army 80 to 94. What’s your branch of service?

          • CaptGene

            Joken Joe – Enlisted Army (1967-71), commissioned Air Force afterwards I flew in B-52G’s and later went into AFIS (Intell’ Service) due to having a hard science degree and linguist background. Drop a line to me at yahoo and I’ll tell you about it off the forum. [email protected]

          • CaptGene

            I don’t think my earlier reply got posted so here goes again. I was enlisted Army (1967-71), commissioned Air Force afterwards. Now, from HERE: every fourth character kr1_1b set is my “at” contact information. Posting yah00 information
            here is “period” difficult as they com seem to block that information. Hopefully this time this will post! Anyway, I flew in B-52G’s and later went into AFIS (Intell’ Service) due to a hard science degree and linguist background. Drop a line and I’ll tell you about it off the forum.

          • CaptGene

            Joe – I think the keepers of this site block certain comments. I keep trying to post a contact address for you so we can talk off-forum. Let me try this and see if I can keep from getting it pulled: kr1_1b is the prefix followed immediately by the character over the number “2″. There is a popular search and group/forum site beginning with the 25th letter of the alphabet followed immediately with the 1st and 8th and a double vowel for the last two. Gene

  • http://kristiann1.com/ Kristi17

    QUIT KILLING these Animals NOW!!!

    • CaptGene

      If you don’t like hunting then don’t hunt. There is nothing wrong with hunting and the fact a lovely young lady is a big game huntress (the proper term for a female “hunter”), I am VERY impressed with her accomplishments. And for a little “truth in advertising”, when I saw “Bambi” as a young boy, the biggest anti-hunting movie of its day, my thoughts were, “I’ll bet she tasted good!”

      • Guest

        Pulling the trigger is not particularly difficult. Why are you impressed?

        • QWYS

          Spoken like someone that never actually fired a gun at a moving target at 400m.

          We are all quite impressed with your ignorance and willing to prove all you have is talking points.

          • Guest

            Are you sure that bow fires that far?

          • QWYS

            since when did a compound-complex hunting bow have a trigger? If she is using a release, it might have a trigger.

            Deflection is the best you can do? Please go back to your bridge and eat a goat. You turn into a diva when you get hungry.

          • Joken Joe

            She used a bow for the lion. Did not see either bow or rifle for the leopard. She used a rifle for the elephant. The rifle would do 400m easy. Once again guest does not know what he’s talking about.

          • CaptGene

            Yes, she shot the lion with a bow. We don’t know what she shot the leopard with but I’m just guessing but the elephant looks to have been shot with a heavy caliber rifle. My point is the woman loves to hunt and whether she throws sticks at big and dangerous game or feeds them high velocity biscuits, I support her completely in her hunting efforts.

          • QWYS

            Right there with you Captain, right there with you. I have a 19 year old son in the Infantry, wonder if she is available. I would be proud and blessed to have one of my three sons bring a gal like this home to meet the folks.

            My point was that the “Guest the Brave” made a smart remark about triggers, and when I called him on it, he asked if a bow fired that far; a reference to my comment about bringing down a moving target at 400m.

            I was not directing my remarks at you.

    • m2

      Ok so STOP ABORTING now, how about that deal????

      • Guest

        The abortion argument is quite weak. Humans are not heading for extinction, unlike lions.

        • QWYS

          But but but … Global warming! Sustainability and all that other crap.

          The abortion argument is quite strong, you just do not like it … How do you feel about hunting feral pigs or rabbits or squirrels or ducks or geese or pheasant or deer or …

          • Guest

            No, it IS a weak argument. I don’t give a crap about abortion one way or the other. All I care is that we are not causing unnecessary species extinctions.

          • QWYS

            Really, all you can do is hide you identity and lose your temper, and avoid answering the question I asked. So the killing of unborn children is necessary? Why should we believe anything said by someone that doesn’t have the spine to stand behind their posts … only cowards post a response, then delete it via disqus to hide their identities.

            If you actually knew anything about big game hunting, the permit to hunt a lion is very expensive and goes to help pay for the upkeep of the game preserves. Further, the number of permits available is tightly controlled and are based on controlling the populations so that the animals don’t starve to death or turn to hunting local villagers and townsfolk.

            Finally the meat is distributed to the local indigenous population of limited means to help families supply and add protein to diets that are nearly devoid of it.

            You speak only from ignorance and lack the ability to control your emotions.

            Your village called, they want you back under your bridge … tourism is down and the goat population is expanding and eating the crops.

        • foxxybey

          When a baby die’s that is a tax payer who gives back to our investment with the government for retirement. Funny SS is always going broke but welfare isn’t, give me a answer to why?

          • Joken Joe

            The liberal person. Any one of them would probably be ok with being on a abortion poster.

          • foxxybey

            I agree, they would love to have their pictures taken holding a dead baby in their hands, they are self made gods of life and death and love animals more then human beings, hope they enjoy the fire waiting for them.

    • foxxybey

      Go jump in the lake and one more who won’t worry about population and being a god person, Bye troll.

    • http://kristiann1.com/ Kristi17

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  • desert dweller

    I agree…I hate seeing those beautiful animals killed for nothing…its damned sure not for food! If you HAVE to kill something…go after terrorists that want to destroy America…both foreign AND domestic imho!!

    • Guest

      Trophy hunters kill because killing is fun. You feel powerful when you can choose when and how to end a life. You get to choose where to aim; the head or the heart etc. You should try it. It feels very satisfying.

      • Joken Joe

        I’ll bet your an abortion doctor.

        • Guest

          I enjoy killing animals, not people.

          • Joken Joe

            So do abortion doctors. Especially especially with last term abortions where they cut open the head and remove the brain to collapse the skull to make removing the child easier

          • suz

            sounds like this might have been what happened to your head or maybe they kept the after birth and throwed the baby out.

          • Joken Joe

            Yup a another lib troll. I’ll but your the kind that likes to eat the after birth. Hmm hmm good.

          • Joken Joe

            P.S. I heard a lib say it was best served on a cracker.

          • m2

            All of that is perfectly ok with the libtards, it’s the tasmanian tse tse fly that they stay up all night worrying about. Shop vac a baby’s brains out of its skull? fine with them!

    • Joken Joe

      Your ok with killing people, but not animals? Yup its a lib troll.

      • suz

        common sense

      • foxxybey

        Desertdweller I agree with you, animals are their concern’s while human babies aren’t. libs think they are little gods and decide life and death but when they stand before God they won’t have a leg to stand on. God Bless and Shalom:

        • Joken Joe

          This. Been arguing that point for decades now.

          • foxxybey

            Agree, God Bless and Shalom:

  • KC135TopBoom

    if the hunt is legal, what’s the problem? Thinning the herd is needed so the others will have enough food to eat.

    • Guest

      The problem is that trophy hunters are paying to kill the strongest, the biggest, the best and the healthiest animals. Those are the exact traits an animal population needs to be healthy and viable.

      You never see hunters killing sick or starving animals, because those animals don’t look good in the trophy photo. Trophy hunters are not “culling the weak” but rather “culling the strongest”, and that is not good for the animal population, especially with lions.

      • wisdomcries

        WHAT??
        Nerd do nothing are you.
        Know nothing are you.
        Cover Michael Jordan or cover Joe Blow, Idiot!
        Darwinian…survival of the fittest, or don’t you like evolution?

        • foxxybey

          Evolution is a humanistic religion at most and no science to back up their claims proves it.

          • Guest

            A real troll arrives.

          • foxxybey

            looking in the mirror troll while typing on the net, your a joke except your headed to a lake of fire, enjoy idiot.

          • foxxybey

            Have to hit the up button to keep from getting a down vote, your a true idiot lib troll.

      • m2

        You have absolutely ZERO understanding of what you babble about. Hunting does the opposite of what you say. Get your facts straight and take control off your feelings!

        • Guest

          Can you point me towards the correct information?

          All of the trophy photos I’ve seen show very healthy looking animals.

        • Guest

          Show me one trophy picture with a starving or a sick lion

          • m2

            Are you a veterinarian? I can’t tell a whole lot about lions. Not a lion expert, not claiming to be. I might think you appear to be starving and you are healthy. Your criteria are emotional and subjective here. I am honestly not trying to give you a hard time, just saying. And I am not into trophy pics, but rather the hunt itself – but if I get something I like then yes I might take a picture. But I can assure you it is NOT solely for the sake of any picture.

        • Winston Smith

          J. I. Rodale, editor of “Prevention Magazine” “looked healthy” 0n June 8, 1971 … until
          http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/05/03/when-that-guy-died-on-my-show/
          So, unless you’re a veterinarian – on site …

    • m2

      There is not a problem for those of us who follow laws and abide by them and believe in the rule of law. The problem is with the lefties who pretend they are conservative so they can infiltrate conservative sites and cause trouble. Because leftists will always believe that if they don’t like something, then it should be illegal. It’s not enough for them to just, say, oh I don’t know….~not own guns maybe?~ Same goes for every single thing in life – they know best and want to tell the rest of us how to live.

      • Guest

        Do you believe in the rule of law even if the law is irrational and causes more harm than good to the animals? Aren’t we trying to save those endangered species?

        • m2

          Those are great questions, and honestly I have hunted for 35 or so years and never met a hunter who does not care deeply about the environment. What I am saying here is that YES I agree, of COURSE those things that are TRULY endangered should be protected. But I take this site at face value, and am not assuming that it is based on an illegal hunt. If you do, then we have a differnece of opinion – leave it at that. Just maybe it would be more helpful if you did not irrationally fly off the handle with assumptions based on nothing other than pixelated light hitting the corneas of your eyes. If you can produce actual facts that say that THESE SPECIFIC animals are endangered, then I am all ears. Until then, have a little faith in humanity, it works wonders, truly. Thanks for the discussion and peace be with you.

          • Guest

            Lions have dropped from 200,000 (in 1960) to 20,000 today. They are on a fast track to becoming endangered (not endangered yet). I hope the hunters who enjoy killing them will spare some for future generations to see.

          • m2

            THere are many species to talk about, some are endangered and some are not. Funny how things get co-opted for liberal political purposes, but when we need to be lectured on splitting hairs to the nth degree, the left always wants to control that conversation too. How about if we all just FOLLOW THE LAW including your piece-of-shit-in-chief by the way? If you dont like hunting then (newsflash) DONT HUNT!

          • Guest

            The law clearly isn’t working when lion numbers are in decline even in game reserves where hunting is allowed.

            I don’t like hunting and therefore I don’t hunt. The problem is that other people are hunting and they are cause the damage.

          • Joken Joe

            I’ve been sparrting with guest for a while now. He’s a lib troll. Can’t look at the pic and see its just a run of the mill lion.

          • foxxybey

            Many animals are not around today and the world goes on. Humans are more valuable then animals yet in just America we killed 57 million, wish idiots would value humans over animals and get a brain.

          • Guest

            So you’re saying we should just kill the animals?
            You are representing the minority here. Are you a troll?

          • foxxybey

            I say your a troll because you care more for animals then humans, so stick that in your pipe and smoke it you terrorist of children.

          • Joan

            You sure sound like a troll!!!!!

          • dan prater

            He is .

          • Sharon

            I agree Foxxybey, valuing humans would be a refreshing change.

          • Eric Haulenbeek

            Why don’t you talk to the people that manage the game preserves where these people hunt? They’re the experts, not us. Also consider that there’s only about 25% of the African savannah left because of land use conversion over the past fifty years. The number of these animals had to drop. It’s not hunting that’s causing the decline in numbers, but the willingness of the African governments to work together on reserving more land for these animals.

          • Matt

            Hi Eric – I have the info you need – from South Africa. I live here.

          • Eric Haulenbeek

            It should be posted Matt. People need to see some real numbers.

          • Sean Ferguson

            I dont see this as an accomplishment. How hard is it to shoot a animal that was released from a cage, probably drugged, on a few acres with a bow and having an armed tracker take aim just in case you miss? She did nothing remarkable here.

          • Eric Haulenbeek

            My guess is that this girl doesn’t really care what you think… and I sure as hell couldn’t care less!

          • Sharon

            Because you’ve spent 8 months in South Africa, that makes you an expert?

          • m2

            I hope so too. But, I am drawing a distinction between POACHERS (lawbreakers) and HUNTERS (Legal and lawful lovers of the outdoors).

          • Winston Smith

            And the free range for these beasts has shrunk DRAMATICALLY in that time! Maybe we could evict 90% of the African inhabitants so they have the free range of the 60′s?

          • Matt

            Actually, the free – range for big cats has increased dramatically in central and southern africa. Google “transfrontier national park” .. it’s HUGE. and that’s just a fraction of their protected area. The biggest problem we face in africa today is poaching – specifically for Ivory and Rhino horn.

          • Winston Smith

            My comment referred to “since 1960″.

          • Joan

            Go take a damn nap!!!!

        • Eric Haulenbeek

          You aren’t thinking… you’re just reacting to something you know nothing about. Endangered species aren’t hunted. Use your head!

          • Guest

            Except Black rhinos. Price tag $350 000. Didn’t you see the news?

          • Eric Haulenbeek

            And your point is?

          • Matt

            They are endangered, but only controlled in the state run reserves such
            as Kruger in South Africa. There are many such parks throughout Africa,
            and those that are signatories to CITES, have laws in place that make it
            illegal to destroy any animals within their borders. They may however
            be legally “farmed” by private folks, who then supply them to foreign
            tourists. I was born in central Africa, and I now live in South Africa.
            We see tourist hunters like this ALL the time… most times, the money
            doesn’t come within miles of conservation, but ends up in the hunt
            organizers wallet. It’s the African way. Sad but true. See my comment way up above? Cheers.

      • Joan

        Most Americans do not like the left!! Can we ban them?????

    • Eric Haulenbeek

      People don’t think about that, as they should. They see a black rhino on the ground and a huntress with a smile on her face and they go berserk… without thinking first about why this HAS to be done, how many people can be fed from these kills. You don’t see this kind of reaction to cattle ranchers selling their herds for market because the need for food here is quite obvious. Just think though about how difficult it must be for some of the third world villages in South Africa, where these hunts are so popular, where just feeding themselves is a daily chore… and these people don’t have the advantage of expensive high-powered hunting rifles.

    • Breezeyguy

      Yeah – actually the animals even do it themselves. Dailymail had an article a month ago or so showing lionesses killing a little kitten.

  • suz

    I just don’t get the thrill of killing an animal that is becoming endangered. I would rather buy the animals and let them go free. There’s more money in tourist coming than killing them. Once they are gone that’s it

    • m2

      Why assume anything about endangered anything. You are operating on emotions. Algthough powerful, let’s see some legislation and genus/species info that says that laws were broken.

      Btw – it’s not just for the ‘thrill’, it’s actually a hugely successful thing that takes a tremendous amount of skill. Big animals of any sort are tough to kill, and this young huntress is highly accomplished. I would be very proud of her. Beyond the kill itself, there is a whole economic ecosystem that is enabled with legitimate, law abiding hunting, and I have no reason to think otherwise in this case.

      • Matt

        They are endangered, but only controlled in the state run reserves such as Kruger in South Africa. There are many such parks throughout Africa, and those that are signatories to CITES, have laws in place that make it illegal to destroy any animals within their borders. They may however be legally “farmed” by private folks, who then supply them to foreign tourists. I was born in central Africa, and I now live in South Africa. We see tourist hunters like this ALL the time… most times, the money doesn’t come within miles of conservation, but ends up in the hunt organizers wallet. It’s the African way. Sad but true. Cheers.

    • Arnold Young

      I would be willing to bet that this preserve had too many lions and HAD to thin them out. Happens all the time. Look around and find out for yourself.

    • Winston Smith

      “… let them roam free .. ” WHERE? How about YOUR BACK YARD? Culling the herd/pride keeps the remainder from starving to death! Many areas across the United states have a healthy, robust wild animal population due to such controlled hunting!

    • Matt

      I am an avid hunter, as i suppose most of you are too, so I see your
      points of view, and I agree with most of you. Here’s my 2 pennies worth.
      I am a white African, born in Rhodesia (Now Zimbabwe) and spent most of
      my adult life in South Africa. I have hunted game, large and small,
      from Springbok to Buffalo and Wildebeest, Crocs and Kudu, Aardvark to
      Zebra Here’s the thing – some of you may know this – Lions are a
      protected species in most all of Africa today. So it follows that this
      Lion would not have been hunted on a State reserve, but rather on a
      private one. Now herein lies the problem: By and large, there are 2
      types of private reserves in Africa; Large and prosperous ones that do
      not permit hunting on their reserves, but keep their animal populations
      well managed as a tourist magnet for over-weight, sandal-and-sock
      wearing European tourists with camera stoop , and the smaller game
      “farms” for want of a better word. It is the small private farms that
      cater for Big Game hunters, (on the most part), and they do this by
      doing “canned hunting” as we call it here. They rear “prey” almost in
      captivity and then they take the foreigners money, take them out into
      the few hundred hectares they own, and then “release” the lion that the
      guest has paid for. (Smaller farms cannot keep their big cats roaming
      free, as they would wipe out the herbivorous prey within months). Some
      canned hunting practitioners have even been know to enclose or “Tie Up”
      the prey animal, and then allow the hunter to shoot the animal, which is
      then posed for the famous big game photo opportunity, allowing them to
      tell their friends about their wild and dangerous African adventure!
      HAHAHA! The guest in this case, would never have been further that 10
      feet away from several highly trained and heavily armed guides… (some
      of whom I know and served with in the old South African Defense Force –
      believe me, they are good…)On top of that, these animals are often
      OVER fed for days prior to the “hunters” arrival, making them less
      aggressive and docile. they are also very often Tranquilized hours
      before the hunt begins. Essentially, hunting a private farm or private
      reserve lion, would be about as dangerous as shooting a cow in your
      barn. I would be interested to know where this “hunt” occurred. Good
      hunting, everyone.

  • ironclad

    My kind of girl!

  • jong

    Marvelous. A girl that has more balls than the whole of the DNC. A bow vs a lion takes big ones.

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  • Saltporkdoc

    Girl’s got bigger cajones than any of the wimps complaining! The wimps don’t even care that the meat is NOT wasted, but given to the bearers and beaters and backup gunners for their use and that comprises the majority of protein in their family diets! Oh wait, that’s right…animals are more important than people!

    • MyKinKStar

      Seriously? An animal who doesn’t fear man, but sees him or the vehicle as their daily food drop doesn’t need to be ‘hunted’ because they run after the Jeep! The big cats will actually flop down and lay right there if they stop, and that’s when the rich mofo’s kill them using their high powered rifle. It’s hardly anything to brag about when all is considered. BFD! Go to YouTube to see videos just like that!

  • Wes

    Liberals can’t stand strong, independent women.

  • Breezeyguy

    I didn’t realize that these animals were still legally huntable.

    • Winston Smith

      Either relocate 90% of the residents of Africa so these animals can roam free like they did a century ago … OR … shut up about these CONTROLLED HUNTS that bring money and food to the locals and prevent the horrible, slow death of far MORE poor beasties by slow starvation!

      • Matt

        Conservation and foreign exchange is always good in Africa – sadly though, the “poor” people seldom see the profits from these canned hunts. Not always the case, but mostly it’s fat-cat game farm owners who pocket the dollars and euros. (I was born in Rhodesia and I live in South Africa – arguably the most animal conservation conscious country in the world. Winston, see my comment far above. Good hunting. Cheers

      • midget12

        look here Winston the animals are bred born and raised they aren ‘t really wild animals and in a situation to cause starvation. SO the “hunters” need to stop breeding and raising them to keep the population down. If they need to can hunt then they can do that around here to keep humans in control.

        • Winston Smith

          Really? I never heard of breeding farms on the Sesenghetti or Kalahari or the other nature preserves in Africa. I suppose “they” also breed and raise hippos and wildebeest, too?

          • MyKinKStar

            Canned hunts happen here in the USA too.

  • Rational Human

    Where are the black mambas when you need ‘em? THAT’s the kind of African animal I’d like to see cute-as-a-button Kendall tangle with–and be shipped back to Texas in a box. What an embarrassment to the human race. Oh, and about quoting Bible verses in defense of massacring wildlife, here’s a Bible verse for you, fella: Psalms 137:9

    • mwl

      So your logic is to kill the girl. Your answer is to kill the girl. YOU passed judgement and said death to this girl. YOUR idea is that YOU are the god who has the authority to pass judgement and commit the sentence of death because only you are the righteous.
      I say you are not, I say you have no authority, I say you are the embarrassment…one who thinks they are god is a fool.
      Lets put it in reality so you can understand. We’ll stop your welfare checks and all your free stuff make you go out and do for yourself. Make a living. GO TO WORK. The last words a leftist liberal hears before they have a massive brain shock and heart collapse.
      The filtest dirtiest word in the liberal leftists dictionary….WORK.
      The countries sponsoring these hunts use much of the money for conservation, animal improvement. The hunts cost thousands of dollars and only occur when there is a conservational need. Do some research instead of running your flapper mouth.
      Your worse than bidens shotgun advice for women. biden puts a fresh coat of dumb on stupid everytime he opens his yap hole mouth. You must be a relative.

      • midget12

        I feel if can’t make it for an animal hunting her then she shouldn’t be out there. It is only doing what she is doing to her, no one repeat no one says to kill the girl just saying she hunts she should be hunted too.

        • MyronJPoltroonian

          How ’bout this? I’ll give you the “Apex” hunt of your life – a five minute head start.

        • mwl

          So your logic is if someone you think is doing something you dont like YOU will take and apply a solution that you feel is justice, righteous, and warranted. So that gives somebody to take action against something that they dont like about you and your thinking.
          So you better be an organic vegetarian, that walks to work, and uses nothing except what you make with the organic substances around your cave.

    • dan prater

      Your a moron

      • Matt

        They are crazy aggressive snakes… I used to get them in my garden in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) as a youngster. Only good Mamba is a dead Mamba, when there are kids around. They are just too aggressive to take chances with.

    • http://akazip.com/ unclezip

      But abortion is OK.

    • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky

      Sooooooooooooo…..

      You’re a rational human ?
      Have you even googled Jones ?

    • LibGuy

      Black mamba vs shotgun loaded with birdshot… Even I could win.

      A human pitting their wits against an apex predator multiple times their size using only a human-powered steel dart (of course, there is a gun for backup) is as fair a fight as it gets in the hunting world.

      Feel free to donate thousands of your dollars to a conservation department, then donate hundreds of pounds of meat as well, all of your own free will. Then you can call the trophy hunter an embarrassment, as you had the same benefit without killing an animal.

  • Ovomit1

    Those little panty wearing facebook commies…would be raising a crackpipe for a toast …if those carcasses were aborted babies

  • armydadtexas

    Don’t you know that just ties up the panties of every far leftwing, radical extremist, sniveling, ass whipe liberal democ-RAT. Wedgy time. Good shot kiddo Note what the young lady was using to bring down these beasts. We have an example of the far left’s “tolerance” on this post they call themselves Rational Human. Hey Rational Human find a large berlap cry blanket and BLOW! Have your self a good cry you sniveling leftist puke. Here dial it up pud 1-800-BOO-HOO!

  • LibGuy

    Facebook can do whatever they want with people’s pictures, so there is no constitutional issue at stake here. But still, why do freedom-haters always try to repress expressions that they do not like? Come on.

    • celticwaryor

      I would probably agree with you if they i.e. Facebook was still a privately held company. Now that they no longer hold that position, I have to disagree. They are now publicly traded, so what you post should belong to you…not Facebook. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, that is until someone has a better argument! ;-)

  • Art Hock

    That’s because the liberal sissies are afraid of their own shadows. You don’t see these babies doing any manual labor, most are on welfare.

    • okihadit

      or are surrounded by body guards with guns!

  • Arnold Young

    She hunted a LION with a bow and arrow!!! Now that is my kind of woman!

    • Mi

      I prefer girls with guns but a bow is OK too.

    • MyKinKStar

      No, there was very little ‘hunting’ involved.

  • Winghunter

    We MUST find another medium to communicate on! We have to get the hell out of FaceBook!!

    • Mi

      I agree we need a conservative-controlled version.

    • mwl

      I left Facebook years ago. They sent me a message asking Why I left..My reply, I said so. The Facebook was established by family so I could communicate while in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
      I didnt have time to use it by did post some pictures via help from the more seasoned users.

      • Winghunter

        How much would it really take to make something similar just for patriots and only allow loyal advertisers?
        It can’t be that freakin’ tough!

  • Wm Mcdannold

    From a lifelong hunter and fish and game professional: The managed harvest of wildlife is within the legitimirate definition of conservation. That said; I have long known that the taking of wildlife belongs to those things personal – perhaps even spiritual. The commercialization, competition and gravitation that have been perpetrated upon hunting and fishing for the sale of profit have played a major role in the rise of public objection to the pursuits. The little Barbie from Texas would do all Hunters and fishermen a great service by keeping her exploits and ‘conquests’ within herself, friends and close associates. An old and valuable admonition states: “Those who will play a song should expect to dance to it.”

    • tayronachan

      I hunt, and agree with you. btw, that is a good quote “keeping her exploits and ‘conquests’ within herself”

    • WelderChick

      Do you have any trophies hanging in your house? Most hunters I know do, like the antlers, for instance. I really don’t understand why she must keep this quite, like it’s a dirty little secret. She’s not forcing people to look at her FB page. Which means these weirdos are deliberately trolling around looking for sites they can object to because they want everyone to do as they say.

  • celticwaryor

    Anyone taking a lion with a bow has my respect…any woman taking a lion with a bow, has my admiration as well as my respect. That’s no easy task!!

    • Sylvester Jones

      Anybody ambushing an animal should be ashamed of killing such beautiful animals.

      • WelderChick

        Lions ambush their prey. I guess they should be ashamed of themselves as well.

        • Sylvester Jones

          Why don’t you weld your mouth shut moron.

          • LeSellers

            Because someone has to tell the truth.

            Mother nature is not a peaceful woman. Predators usually ambush their meals, and those that do not don’t have much success.

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

          • MyronJPoltroonian

            For “Illegal Aliens”? ¡Si! ¿Americano Vatos? ¡No!

          • LeSellers

            Vatos?

            I don’t know that word (assuming it’s Spanish — don’t know it if it’s not Spanish, either).

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

          • MyronJPoltroonian

            Sorry, it’s “Vato”, “I Beat”, which is used as a pejorative by the Mexicans in Calipornia.

          • LeSellers

            Thanks. Live’n’learn.

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

          • WelderChick

            In debate class we were taught that when your opponent resorts to name calling and insults it was because they had no real rebuttal to your argument. They lost, you won and their name calling was to divert the audience’s attention away from the fact that they lost.

          • Sylvester Jones

            Well isn’t that nice you were taught, I’m not brain washed like you.

          • WelderChick

            Why so unhappy and nasty? I don’t happen to agree with your view. So what? Does that mean you can’t be civil to someone? I’m around people at work, school, and within my own family who’s views I don’t share and they don’t share some of mine. Yet we manage to still treat each other nicely.

          • LeSellers

            Progressives are unhappy and nasty because they have no hope. The more progressive they are, the nastier and unhappier they are.

            It seems that, deep down inside, even they know that their chosen savior, the government, cannot help them, and because that false savior has made them feel incompetent, they see no way out, but “seek to make all men miserable, like [themselves]“.

            Their false religion, that of prytaneoloatry, is a faith of hopelessness and helplessness. They reflect the good evil news of that faith in their every thought, word, and deed.

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

          • LeSellers

            The irony is delicious.

            “[You're] not brainwashed like [him]“? Too rich.

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

          • LeSellers

            Calling names is often the last resort of losers. One wonders why the left feels compelled to check in to that resort on the first go ’round.

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

          • WelderChick

            Cuz they have no real rebuttal. They’re presenting opinion and wishful thinking as “truth”. So their “truth” never stands up to scrutiny, logic, or reason.

          • LeSellers

            One doesn’t really “wonder”. It was rhetorical.

            But you’re right, that’s the reason.

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

  • Guest

    This comment section is hunters’ circle jerk.
    .

    • dan prater

      Occasionally guest morons chime in.

      • WelderChick

        LOL!! Great come back! I agree!

    • MyronJPoltroonian

      I see the “Jerks” are beginning to circle, just a’pleasuring themselves and each other all the way.

    • Skeletor X

      Sorry i got some on your face.

  • Sylvester Jones

    Why kill the poor animals?

    • Winston Smith

      So they don’t die slowly from starvation brought on by overpopulation – or, from the same cause, begin encroaching too closely on human habitation.

  • Matt

    Hi everyone. I am an avid hunter, as i suppose most of you are too, so I see your points of view, and I agree with most of you. Here’s my 2 pennies worth. I am a white African, born in Rhodesia (Now Zimbabwe) and spent most of my adult life in South Africa. I have hunted game, large and small, from Springbok to Buffalo and Wildebeest, Crocs and Kudu, Aardvark to Zebra Here’s the thing – some of you may know this – Lions are a protected species in most all of Africa today. So it follows that this Lion would not have been hunted on a State reserve, but rather on a private one. Now herein lies the problem: By and large, there are 2 types of private reserves in Africa; Large and prosperous ones that do not permit hunting on their reserves, but keep their animal populations well managed as a tourist magnet for over-weight, sandal-and-sock wearing European tourists with camera stoop , and the smaller game “farms” for want of a better word. It is the small private farms that cater for Big Game hunters, (on the most part), and they do this by doing “canned hunting” as we call it here. They rear “prey” almost in captivity and then they take the foreigners money, take them out into the few hundred hectares they own, and then “release” the lion that the guest has paid for. (Smaller farms cannot keep their big cats roaming free, as they would wipe out the herbivorous prey within months). Some canned hunting practitioners have even been know to enclose or “Tie Up” the prey animal, and then allow the hunter to shoot the animal, which is then posed for the famous big game photo opportunity, allowing them to tell their friends about their wild and dangerous African adventure! HAHAHA! The guest in this case, would never have been further that 10 feet away from several highly trained and heavily armed guides… (some of whom I know and served with in the old South African Defense Force – believe me, they are good…)On top of that, these animals are often OVER fed for days prior to the “hunters” arrival, making them less aggressive and docile. they are also very often Tranquilized hours before the hunt begins. Essentially, hunting a private farm or private reserve lion, would be about as dangerous as shooting a cow in your barn. I would be interested to know where this “hunt” occurred. Good hunting, everyone.

    • Guest

      I agree. That white lion in the photo was definitely killed in a canned hunt, which has zero conservation value.
      Some people in the comment section just refuse to accept that.

      • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky

        You dont know that.
        Some people in the comment section havent even gone as far as to google the girls name.
        If edible, the meat goes to the locals, the Rino was tranquilized for med eval, the Elephant was euthanised because of pain and it fed about a hundred locals.

        • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky
        • teriquajones

          All of the animals Kendall killed were in a canned hunt. That’s what she said.
          I question the safety of eating an animal that has been euthanized. I will have to re-read that part. Traditional Euthanasia involves injecting medication that allows the animal to die peacefully. This is injected into the veins and would very likely be in the meat.
          I did read the Rhino was tranquilized for a medical procedure and Kendall simply used it as a photo-op.

          • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky

            Wrong.

            I said nothing about traditional euthanasia. I’ll thank you not to choose caveats to my statements.

            Euthanasia does not have to be induced chemically. In animals, wild, domestic or agricultural its quite common to put a bullet thru the back of the head, break the neck in smaller breeds or decapitation. I also doubt very much she would allow meat tainted with drugs or chemicals to be eaten by the locals.
            There are different kinds of euthanasia, voluntary, non-voluntary and involuntary. I’ll let you guess the animals option.
            And no, not “all” the animals she has killed were killed in canned hunts.
            The Lion, Elephant and Leopard are not endangered. The Lion was old, sick, and could not keep up with the pride. Males will also kill every cub just to mate with the mother, or because its hungry.
            Heres what she also said;

            “Leopard populations have to be controlled in certain areas. So yes, my efforts do go to conservation efforts and are all fair chase, not canned hunts. In fact these are very mentally and physically challenging hunts, on foot tracking and walking miles and miles a day.”

            ““Controlling the male lion population is important within large fenced areas like these in order to make sure the cubs have a high survival rate. Funds from a hunt like this goes partially to the government for permits but also to the farm owner as an incentive to keep and raise lions on their property.

    • tayronachan

      Thank you very much for your informative post.

      “The guest in this case, would never have been further that 10 feet away from several highly trained and heavily armed guides…” I’ve never been on a dangerous game hunt, but I think that goes without saying, and I imagine the “pucker factor” goes way down too.

      My big question is whether the meat is used or not. Do they eat the big cats, the elephants, the buffalo? I feel it is highly unethical to kill something and waste the meat. Unless said animal is trying to eat you. I kind of like being at the top of the food chain.
      I hunt in North Carolina. Small-time I know, but I have a freezer full of venison ;), marinating some right now.

      • Matt

        Hi- That depends entirely on the animal. In small reserves, the locals may eat some venison, but things like Zebra, for example, are not very palatable. Cat meat is generally not eaten. Things like springbok, kudu and buffalo, make excellent meals – and biltong ( Jerky). But for the most part, the BIG money comes from hunts that include species as shown in the pics above. I have hunted almost everything, but to me, the cats are out of bounds. And the Giraffe, funnily enough. Grace is priceless. The reason I mentioned the heavily armed rangers, was that several comments indicated how “brave” this woman must have been…others saying that they would respect a woman who brought a lion down with a bow. Personally, I think the most dangerous prey here is the Buffalo. Intelligent, bad tempered, tough as a bag of hammers, and a penchant for revenge when injured. Try taking one of THOSE down with a bow.

        • tayronachan

          Thanks for the reply. Buffalo, now that would be a great/dream hunt. And good to eat.

          • Matt

            My pleasure. Aside from the emotional outbursts and word-slinging, this is a lively debate. I am a 4th generation white African, so I figured I could drop in an opinion from time to time.

            Buffalo are a great hunt. But honestly, take a spare pare of bush shorts with you in case you ijure one and it runs before you drop it… They have been known to backtrack, follow and ambush groups of hunters…and then when they attack, DELIBERATELY target the hunter that shot them. How they KNOW this is mystifying, but my father will vouch that it has happened several times in his experience, and although in my experience no one was killed, the Buffalo was literally brought down in the nick of time after it charged. They are monstrous animals. A herd will even target lions who find themselves unwittingly separated from the pride – and woe betide that lion – they will toss and gore and trample that cat until it looks like week old roadkill.

            They make excellent venison though. My Father held the world record for the largest trophy kill, for quite a while in the 1960′s. That was REALLY wild Africa back then – none of the politics and bullshit we have to contend with now.

            Nice chatting.

    • Just Sayin

      I’ve got to tell ya, I went on a hunt that, in the final analysis, was similar to what you have described. It was here in the US, was for ELK, and was on a private preserve. Although I “stalked” for two days over six thousand acres, in the end I shot a bull that lived in a six thousand acre cage. It was a very hollow feeling,and if it weren’t for the two years worth of delicious burgers and steaks, I would have nothing good to say about it. Now, we are back to Colorado almost every year,on our own, open land and fair chase, and only about a 17% chance of success,( we’re Bow only,) and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

      • Matt

        Yeah… I know that feeling. Like crushing a VW Bug with a Tank. Keep safe out there. God Bless.

    • teriquajones

      I would love to see you re-post this comment. There is a lot of information that warrants repeating for anyone who missed it. Thank you!

  • mule man

    Bet if she was a lesbian muslim they’d shut up !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • LeSellers

      Shut up, possibly.

      Join in stoning her, certainly.

      Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

  • alan

    Instead of bashing this kid, inform her you can kill a wild animal only once but can view it a million times. Nope, when libs dont agree with you, they want you dead.

    • http://micky2.wordpress.com/ Micky

      What you fail to realize is that by taking the diseased animal out of the mix she extends the life of many others.
      Because of her, we get to view a million animals a million times.

  • James Kroeger

    Great pictures gal. Keep them coming and to HELL with the “Liberal Left” !!!

    • teriquajones

      What makes you think this is a political issue?

  • Joan

    I think she looks great!! If anyone or thing that is to banned its you Anti hunters Do everyone a big favor JUST GO AWAY we are sick and tired of you nuts jobs .. Go run a marathon!!

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    • MyronJPoltroonian

      Well, they could take up “Kayaking” for excitement.

      • USMC Sniper

        Wish it were that “brave coward” in the boat. End of her story. ha ha

    • FletchGuy

      Joan she is not what we in the hunting community would endorse and definitly not proud of. Killing for sport is not respectable and not something true responsible hunters do. If it was for supplementing her food or for population control that is one things. most of her kills are of the paid land owner types ie these people raise animals close to being endangered then take a payment to allow you to kill it on a closed range. Absolutely pathetic and anyone who would condone that makes me sick.

    • USMC Sniper

      Try taking on one of these animals, one on one, totally naked like they are, and see who comes out on top. YOU will be their dinner. ha ha ha ha

  • LABobfromNYC

    I wonder how many more endangered species she can kill?

    • MyronJPoltroonian

      Hopefully, as many as it takes to ensure the survival of the species.

      • LABobfromNYC

        I love right wing logic! The way to ensure the survival of endangered species is to shoot them!

        • LeSellers

          I love left-logic (or would if it existed).

          The way to assure the survival of our species is to kill as many man-eating predators as possible, you know, like lions, and other African cats.

          Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

        • MyronJPoltroonian

          Yes, it is. Think of it as the same logic you use to ensure the survival of the human species: “Choice”.

        • USMC Sniper

          I AM A “RIGHT WINGER” 100%. But I also feel EXACTLY like YOU do. So NOT all of us “right wingers” are bad guys.

  • MyronJPoltroonian

    Regulated Big Game Hunting, as conducted on the “Dark Continent” and elsewhere these days, is responsible for the recovery and sustainability of the habitat and ecosystems of many species well beyond those the licenses purchased, fees and taxes paid, are for. In the case of most of Africa, the locals not only profit from fresh protein and immediate jobs, they also learn to guard their resources from those who would steal them (poachers) from their society’s future generations. That is a “Win, Win” situation for both populations, human and animal. Hunting for sport is about much more than the kill. It’s about getting back in touch with your nature in a way that no other form of human activity can provide. After all, when it comes down to the final decision – squeeze the trigger or not – only the hunter can make that choice. More often than not, I choose to let the animal go – but, not always.

    To the anti-hunting bleeding hearts who’ve never harvested as much as a quail, yet, somehow, feel all superior in eating “Free Range Chicken”: There’s a world of difference between a love of the sport and a “Love [of] Killing Animals”. I don’t “Love” the killing of animals, but I do put them in their proper place in the great circle of life. “Man[kind]” is a class-A, top of the heap, predator. If you don’t believe that you’ve never been involved in the corporate food chain, the entertainment industry, or a political election. I hunt and fish to de-citify myself and get back to that place of uber-heightened awareness in our species ancestral memory that only the decisions of life and death can give. I choose whether to take, keep and kill the game I’ve successfully hunted and/or fished for, or not, not some “Pinhead in a Pinstripe Suit”. It’s a time of peace, ripe for contemplative thinking, that allows one to strip away all of the extraneous impediments and get to the heart of the matters that matter most. As to “Conscience”? I remember each and every one of the game animals I’ve harvested and give thanks to God’s Nature for them. And, just like many of the effete’s in PETA, I use the fur, feathers or hair on the hides of game to tie my own flies for fly fishing. Only I harvest many of my own hides instead of paying someone else to do it for me. Just like I harvest organic game meat without the butcher shop being involved. (And you, my dear Horatio’s, may “Stuff your ‘Judgmentalism’ where the monkey stuffed the nuts”.)

    Regarding this Face Book petition being circulated doing some good, I agree. Yes, the “good” will be to expose the “Bambi-ist’s” for what they are, misguided, insufferable fools, afraid to face reality, yet ever ready to impose their morality on others. “Of all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victim may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated, but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.” – C. S. Lewis

    • Matt

      Very well written. However, i would like to correct you on a small point. In Africa, sadly, the locals and the environment see very little of the proceeds gained from these hunt operations. The operators and their “companies” as well as their “employed” officials, are the ones who see the real cash. Africa is corrupt, in almost every country. So while the National Parks are well protected (Botswana, Tanzania, Kenya, South Africa) are able to prevent hunting, poaching is still a huge problem when officials palms are greased… These hunts are most often operated by unscrupulous, devious and corrupt operators, who couldn’t give a foxtrot about conservation or the economy, except their own of course.

      In case you were about to ask, I am an Ex-Rhodesian (Zimbabwean if you prefer) now living in South Africa. I am also an avid hunter, but I have never and will never shoot a cat, or any other species that I cannot eat, or share with people who will.

      Good Hunting.

  • gigi

    only a white american would do such thing.. always find a way to hurt that continent.. could you leave Africa alone?.. there are enough animals to hunt here in America

    • MyronJPoltroonian

      “Racist Pig!”

    • LeSellers

      You do realize that the Maasai, Africans, BTW, hunted and killed lions as part of their “coming of age” rituals, right? (Many still do, even though it’s illegal.)

      And they don’t eat the animals, either, subsisting on the milk and blood (and raw meat from living animals) of their cattle.

      Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

      • Matt

        Actually, the Masai do eat their cattle. The difference is that their cattle are their cash. Literally. In almost every Nguni tribe (Masai, Mashona, Ndebele, Shangaan, Sotho, Xhosa, Zulu etc) cattle are regarded as a mans fortune. They are used for trade, as Lobolo (payment to a brides father) and they are treated with absolute care and protection. The cattle are eaten on specific occasions, such as weddings, funerals, coronations etc. Mostly, it’s the herd-boys who survive on blood and milk in this day and age. Poor little buggers are left out in the bush for weeks at a time.

        From Kenya to South Africa, it’s really just the Bushmen (the San, to be specific) who don’t keep livestock or harvest crops. They are vanishing fast.

        Good hunting.

        • LeSellers

          The Maasai eat their cattle, they do not eat the lions they kill. That was my point.

          Thank you for showing me that I had worded it poorly. I’ve edited ti avoid that misunderstanding.

          Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

  • Shir

    I am not anti-gun or anti-hunting, but this young woman’s gleeful expressions with these beautiful dead animals makes me cringe. Personally, I would much rather shoot these animals with a camera!

    • MyKinKStar

      Thank you, that’s my position too.

  • samuel

    Another phony Christian who uses the bible to justify his
    selfish life and arrogance… The true real Christians are so scarce these days…
    This is killing for pleasure pure and simple. As a true conservative I love
    reading comments and articles from people like you… God said: Every moving
    thing that lives shall be food for you. And as I gave you the green plants, I
    give you everything. Genesis 9:3… FOOD, YOU SEE FOOD… Where does God say go
    out and kill for fun and pose for pictures and have a great time killing for
    your own pleasure., I love hunting, when you think about how good your kill
    will taste and how you can use the other parts of the carcass for other
    things..This little brat shoots them from a mile away and then poses for
    pictures… That is not hunting… Please stop using Gods word to justify your
    vanity… You have been warned

  • dave

    Let me educate you…
    There is a difference between hunting and killing… Hunters hunt and kill and
    utilize every part of the animal as possible… Killers like you are narcissistic
    and kill for pleasure and to post pictures online to show how cool they are..
    I am a hunter… You obviously know nothing about
    hunting animals… Talk to an American Indian and they will tell you how wrong
    it is to kill for self pleasure… Selfish, narcissistic and arrogant… By the
    way I am as conservative as they get, not a foxbot…

    • USMC Sniper

      Good comment, I feel exactly the same way. “Trophy hunters” suckk!!!

  • LABobfromNYC

    This little spoiled brat wants a reality TV show & the way she thinks she can get one is shooting as many endangered species as possible.

    • Fred

      I smell the stench of a libtard. Mexifornia or New Dork City? Which is it, loon? With a little luck, you libtards will be an endangered species soon. Hunting you filth to extinction will be a pleasure.

      • USMC Sniper

        I am a total conservative, from the “wild state of Texas”, and I know for a fact, that this bbitch is a total coward, who would schitt her pants at a loud growl from one of her victims. she needs to become extinct.

    • Larry Cowden

      Look you Bonerfide New York Dork, she is not hunting endangered species! The animals taken are hunted regularly and at times to remove problem predators from an area. If you don’t know which animals are endangered and which are not, than back under that rock untill you do.

      • eztalk

        Yes they are endangered. Do an internet search for them. Each have been listed as endangered. *sheesh*

        • Larry Cowden

          The common leopard is not endangered! It thrives in healthy numbers and the taking of leopard is done on a regular basis. The Amur and Snow leopard are endangered and that IS NOT WHAT SHE HUNTED. The African elephant while vulnerable due to the poaching for ivory is NOT endangered. Bulls are taken in controlled numbers and when they have gone rogue endangering human life. The African lion is not endangered and also taken regularly by hunters. So do your research and maybe you might learn something. Obviously you are not a hunter, never hunted, and know nothing about hunting or game management let alone what species are endangered or not and which are hunted.

    • USMC Sniper

      Yes, totally agree. Yes, I used to “hunt” also, but it was a totally different scenario. This coward bbitch would not have the guts to do it the way I did. she prefers hiding behind a rock, or sitting in a tree with her hot coffee.

  • Tyler Runo

    I don’t get what people are freaking out about. That’s free-range apex predator meat right there. Most of us prefer our meat be rounded up gestapo style and shot in the forehead. Your ideals are an illusion if you think what she’s doing is wrong after a trip to Burger King with your leather belt on.

    • WelderChick

      It does amaze me the number of meat eaters who will talk trash about hunters and hunting, then go to the supermarket to get their factory farmed raised meat. There used to be slaughter house near where I lived and I saw those tractor trailers every day with those animals crammed in them. One of the reasons I’m taking up hunting is so I can avoid that. Even if it means I eat a lot of squirrel, rabbit and possum, at least the wild animals got to live a normal life before getting killed and becoming dinner.

    • USMC Sniper

      The only difference is, that Burger King, animals are used for food. Her cowardly actions are used for a “head to hang on a wall” and some “skin, for a floor rug”. she would not dare to go “one on one” with the animals she pulls that “mighty trigger” on. she might end up like they did.

  • TexasJester

    Aw, jeez, Doug — REALLY?? Now I can’t get that image out of my head —– Rosie in a bikini!!? I just lost my breakfast!

    Perhaps the lefties are upset cuz such a beautiful girl isn’t on “their side”..

  • Jack

    WOW! The level of ignorance about hunting never ceases to amaze me especially in a country where it’s so prevalent. What the signers of the Facebook petition don’t know and I’m sure in some cases willfully ignore is the fact that hunts in Africa are extremely expensive; running in some cases in the tens of thousands of dollars. The reason for this is it is expensive to operate African game preserves and to fight poaching (illegal hunting). A good portion of the proceeds from these hunts is funneled into the game preserve’s operational budgets. Now, how many people who have signed this petition actually donated any of their hard earned cash to help run just one of these preserves? WOW! It’s so quiet I can hear crickets chirping.

    This reminds me of when I was in the Air Force and stationed in California. I went TDY (temporary duty, in civilian parlance a business trip) to Vandenberg AFB and found to my amazement that there is deer hunting allowed on base! One of the people I worked with who was stationed at “Vandy Land” told me years before that a group of very vocal protesters succeeded in getting the base commander to ban all hunting on base. But to the chagrin and embarrassment of the protesters this edict almost annihilated the entire Vandenberg AFB deer population.

    The Vandenberg commander’s prohibition to hunting caused overpopulation of the deer on base
    and they soon ate virtually all of their available food. This lack of food obviously caused malnutrition
    and starvation, which killed off the bulk of the deer population. It also necessitated a very expensive emergency plan of action to save the herd.

    See, most people don’t know that there is an added tax to some hunting equipment such as ammunition that is used to fund zoologists throughout the US. These zoologists track various groups of animals and monitor their health. It is these zoologists who keep count of the individual animals of each group and who are responsible for calculating the number of each type of animal that can be legally hunted every year, which is then sent to every State who in turn issues a corresponding number of “tags” per animal. These tags are then sold to hunters and you guessed it, the money from these sales are then funneled back to the zoologists. Again I ask “how many people who have signed this petition actually donated any of their hard earned cash to help with animal conservation in the US?” What’s that I hear? chirp, chirp, chirp…

    • Tyler Runo

      Excellent! Having friends who’ve gone hunting in Zimbabwe I can say you’re exactly right.

      • Matt

        Hello Tyler…

        As an ex Zimbabwean living in South Africa, I can tell you with
        absolute certainty, that 99% of the proceeds from these “hunts” never
        come within a thousand miles of conservation. Sadly, most of that money
        lines the wallets of the organizers and the officials they “employ”.
        that’s the African way, I’m afraid. That is the reason why hunting these species ( above) or any species, is TOTALLY banned from any state reserves. Only private, and usually small reserves are catering to these visitors.

        I am an Avid hunter, by the
        way. I have never shot a cat, and out of principle I would never shoot
        any animal that I will not eat or share with friends who will.

    • WelderChick

      Really good (and informative) reply! I can hear the crickets chirping too!

      • Matt

        As an ex Zimbabwean living in South Africa, I can tell you with
        absolute certainty, that 99% of the proceeds from these “hunts” never
        come within a thousand miles of conservation. Sadly, most of that money
        lines the wallets of the organizers and the officials they “employ”.
        that’s the African way, I’m afraid.

        I am an Avid hunter, by the
        way. I have never shot a cat, and out of principle I would never shoot
        any animal that I will not eat or share with friends who will.

    • Matt

      Hi Jack. As an ex Zimbabwean living in South Africa, I can tell you with absolute certainty, that 99% of the proceeds from these “hunts” never come within a thousand miles of conservation. Sadly, most of that money lines the wallets of the organizers and the officials they “employ”. that’s the African way, I’m afraid.

      I am an Avid hunter, by the way. I have never shot a cat, and out of principle I would never shoot any animal that I will not eat or share with friends who will.

      • Jack

        Hi Matt:

        In the US as it probably is in Zimbabwe, the government (and by extension conservation programs) gets the money it demands for hunting. If you don’t pay the government their fees, you are poaching (illegally hunting).

        The cost as established by governments for hunting is usually a set amount and not based upon a percentage of the cost of your hunt. Typically hunting guides charge a lot more than what governments charge. For instance as you know if you choose to go hunting without a guide you’ll have to pay for the license, a tag if needed, transportation to and from the field, and maybe accommodations. But if you choose to use a guide, their charges usually include all government fees, accommodations (be it a tent, a shack, or whatever), their “expertise” in hunting, and may or may not include transportation. Basically guides charge however much hunters are willing to pay.

        Matt, like you, I choose not to hunt for trophies but unlike some I choose not to disparage those who “legally” hunt for them.

        • Matt

          Yeah… I get that …but the problem is Zimbabwe itself. The country has been run by a dictator, sorry, MURDERER, for 30 years now. It has the highest inflation rate in the world. it is so poor that the government now prints 500BILLION currency notes. Now, the South African RAND currency is about 11 to 1 in favor of the US dollar. The Zim currency compared to the South African currency, is about 1000000 to 1 – and I am not exaggerating here. The country is so poor that they cannot afford to feed their army. So the army have been given permission to go into the Hwange national park, to shoot game to feed themselves. That is the end of THAT park. The national airline has been shut down. There are FIVE MILLION Zimbos (myself included) now living in South Africa – to get away from Mugabe and his terrorist regime – that is half their population. Mugabe and the NORTH KOREAN 5th BRIGADE, systemattically murdered 60,000 brave Matabele Citizens (proud brothers of the S.African Zulu nation) because they refused to vote for Mugabe again. There is no longer a health service there, the schools are in tatters (what’s left of them). Tourism is practically non-existent because the country is so corrupt, and the infrastructure to support tourism has all but vanished. The country’s mineral wealth now belongs to Mugabe and his Chinese masters. Mugabe lives in a palace in HARARE… while there is no longer any control over anything in the country. Please believe me when I tell you this – money made through hunting, goes nowhere NEAR conservation or the local populace. I see this happen all the time here. If your friends came home saying that they had a wonderful trip, I believe them, however I am 100% certain that whoever hosted them, made SURE that they received 5 star treatment by private citizens….why? because those citizens need to encourage more visitors to their farms/reserves to attract foreign currency – which is the only way they will survive! Whatever tags or licences they may have need, could easily, and probably were, printed on a dotmatrix printer in the bush, so that any “official” who they encountered on their trip, could look impressed, and using his “official” omnipotence, he would wave them on there way… after pocketing a few hundred of your friends hard earned greenbacks. My friend, I could keep you enthralled for days, just talking about the corruption there, but I doubt you would believe me. Suffice it to say, there is no conservation in Zim anymore. In fact, there pretty much is no Zim anymore. It is mostly a wasteland north of South Africa…which probably go the same way pretty soon – the writing is on the wall. Sadly, that is the African way.

          Good hunting, keep well.

    • William Burke

      So it’s good because it’s expensive? What does hunting big cats have to do with deer? There is no abundance of lions and other big cats. Quite the opposite, in fact. You are conflating two entirely different things. What a pity you’re so intellectually dishonest.

      • Jack

        Hi William:

        You missed my point entirely. It doesn’t matter if you “legally” hunt deer or exotic animals because both are tracked and counted and only a portion of their total number can be “legally” hunted. These “legal” hunts are authorized to keep the total number of each species down to what is healthy for the whole of that species. In the case of hunting predators, managing their total number also directly affects the health of the species that are considered their prey.

        I put the words legal and legally in quotes to distinguish them from poaching (illegal hunting). Poaching is a problem the world over and wreaks havoc upon a number of animals, which is what everyone should instead be dead set against.

        • USMC Sniper

          Nature takes care of nature. It always has, and always will.

    • teriquajones

      You are an embarrassment to the Air Force.
      Everyone in the US knows Deer and Canadian Geese have invaded Urban areas and need to be culled. Hunters who kill them use them as food.
      By what stretch of reasoning do you compare that with a “Trophy Hunt”?? chirp, chirp
      FYI; Money does not buy morality.

      • Jack

        Teriqua:

        Your concern seems to be born out of a feeling that these animals are being abused, which probably leads to your opinion about trophy hunting.

        You obviously chose to over look the fact that all “legal” hunts fund animal conservation be they for food or trophies. The hunts for exotic animals (trophies) in Africa and elsewhere are regulated and sanctioned in order to keep their numbers within healthy limits according to their environments. These hunts keep the number of these animals from increasing to the point of over population, which would cause greater harm to them and in the case of predators, the animals they prey upon. And also because these hunts are regulated there is no danger of the targeted animals from being hunted to extinction. Therefore if these hunts were banned the very animals you are concerned about and others would become extinct. And where is the morality in that?

        As far as my Air Force career is concerned, when I left my superiors were pulling out all stops attempting to entice me to stay including offering me a promotion. If I were an embarrassment I would have had to have left on infinitely worse grounds than my Honorable Discharge with the award of a Meritorious Service Medal.

        • USMC Sniper

          It was a “legal hunt” because some corrupt politician said it was, AFTER getting his grubby hand filled with “green stuff”.

          And not to brag about service medals, but since you mentioned it. I got my HD with the SS (Silver Star). But does that make me better then you????? NO, and NO again.

      • USMC Sniper

        “TROPHY HUNTERS” are trying to feel “manly” and “heroic”, and I know they are everything but. They would not be so “manly and heroic” if they had to face someone that could actually shoot back, with some deadly accuracy, they would not know about.

  • Fred

    When we hold an open season on PETA and other liberal scum, we’ll see who dies first.

    • USMC Sniper

      I am a full and proud conservative, but I also believe animals have rights. And as for seeing who dies first. Lets do a “mission” in an open field, and see who gets the only shot off. I can guarantee it will be me. After all, I will be able to shoot back, unlike the animals YOU “BRAVE, TREE SITTING HUNTERS love to slaughter.

  • FletchGuy

    Douig I have zero respect for you as a hunter if your ok with what she is doing. Killing for food or population control is one thing and I hunt for those reasons but to support people who kill for trophies is just unethical and not part of the responsible hunting community. People like her and those who support the careless killing and taking of life for a mere thrill make me sick and should not have the right to hunt. You need to look in the mirror as you have lost your way and are no better then the liberals who spend without care ffor the future if you kill without care of or animals futures on our planet.

    • Matt

      I agree with FletchGuy on this. As an Ex-Rhodesian (Zimbabwean) living in South Africa, I see a totally different type of hunter among the locals.

      • William Burke

        I agree also. Killing for the sake of killing is an abomination unto God. This has NOTHING to do with “hunting”. This is wanton slaughter. Maybe one day Little Missy gets taken by the “game” she hunts.

        The only difference is, the game will eat her.

        • Mike

          Apparently none of you fellows read the line where she says that this is best for the reserves. The reserves sometimes do not even have the room or habitat for the endangered species such as elephants or lions. You bleeding heat liberal anti-hunting poeople should really read all of the article before you run off at the computer.

          • FletchGuy

            Matt you really made yourself sound like an ass hat. Maybe you should take a bit of time and read before you speak so you don’t sound like an uneducated liberal dipshit. We are all pro hunters who hunt ourselves I guess you forgot to read that. You then label us liberals for respecting life and the need to be responsible which further back you as a liberal yourself. That said if you read up on the entire story many of her hunts are paid hunts on lands used for paid kills. These are not game preserves these are hunt clubs I will not bother to type the difference as you obviously don’t read or you would have known the basic of her background. I would recommend you educate yourself as popping off uneducated unbacked non sense of insults are the things dems like yourself are known for. If you claim to be a responsible right leaner then please stop talking as your the kind that hurt the party needs.

          • jrstingray1970

            I think you meant Mike not Matt

          • Matt

            ? I was agreeing with you . Were you referring to me (Matt) or Mike? I am a little confused – Matt.

          • FletchGuy

            My apology yes you are correct Mike not Matt. Again i apologize for the error in names.

          • USMC Sniper

            I am not a funky liberal, by no means. I am a real conservative. But being anti “TROPHY HUNTING” is what I am about. Cowards, every damn one of them. It is a “one way” slaughter on the animals part.

          • Matt

            Mike, the reserves are HUGE. (Kruger is the size of England and Wales combined).And protected. Only rangers are allowed to destroy animals in culling procedures, not hunters. People who pay for their prey, do so at private reserves.

        • USMC Sniper

          GOOD, that is one way to get rid of a weirdo.

  • Larry Cowden

    I am a hunter and I do support what she is doing along with hundreds of other hunters that chase big game across this world. The responsible hunting community supports the ideas of fair chase, conservation and protection for all animals whether hunted for meat or sport. Her hunting in Africa does support alot more than Matt knows about. The animals provide food for the local tribes people, income for them and supports jobs that are often scarce. And managed hunts targeting those animals past their prime, are defective or too many of improves the herds and protects the environment from overcrowding and overgrazing. We manage our game animals here the same way.

    • USMC Sniper

      I was also a hunter, but a different kind. Yeah, you want to make damn sure, you “aim carefully”, and pull that “mighty trigger” with all the strength you have, in order to slaughter an old animal, past it’s prime. Yeah, you are nothing but a wimpy coward. Try your cowardice against somebody that can “shoot back”. Then YOU will find out just how much of a coward YOU really are.

      • Larry Cowden

        Already been there! Done that! And I don’t run!

      • Matt

        As an ex- Spec Serv Batt gunner, South African and a hunter, I have to ask: Shouldn’t a Marine Sniper “squeeze” the mighty trigger? Just saying…. :-)

  • Matt

    I have written my 2 pennies worth and left several replies and had some hearty discussions over this subject since yesterday. Without taking sides, I have to say that none of the pictures above really moved me, except for the one with the Leopard. Leopards are really elusive and they seldom survive well in captivity, so chances are that this was a wild cat, taken from a relatively large area that belonged to “it”. Never could shoot a cat. I had a pair of Leopards living in the outcrops behind my house in Zimbabwe, as a boy. Later, when I served in the South African Defense Force (yes, during apartheid) there were a pair of mating leopards courting…their night time liaisons would fill the night with deep throated roars of pleasure… almost like thunder in the distance. We saw them try to take on a Mother and baby Baboon once – they were effectively and swiftly forced into hasty retreat by the Males in the Baboon troop… not good to tangle with an intelligent primate with 3 inch canines! I have seen other Leopards since, on various ramblings between Cape Town and Nairobi….they never cease to amaze me. What other animal will take down prey 4 times its own weight, and then hoist it by mouth, 60 feet up a tree? Nocturnal and beautiful. Dangerous and shy. I have hunted almost everything here at one time or another…. Kudu, Buffalo, Aardvark to Zebra… even croc (we call them flatdogs – the only good flatdog is a dead flatdog) but I could never shoot a big cat I could never bring myself to destroy one.

    Good hunting

  • WelderChick

    This is to all the hunters here who’ve been ragging on this girl:

    1. I have yet to see a photo of a hunter (here, in the US) with the deer, bear, turkey, etc that he/she’s caught with a gloomy face. Every one of them is grinning from ear to ear and the 1st time hunters have an even bigger smile. Why? Not because they’re sadists but because this time THEY won. All you hunters know there’s no guarantee you’ll get anything. I bet you raggers have a pic like that as well. Well, so does she.

    2. Don’t tell me you don’t get a thrill, heart pounding, adrenaline pumping when you spot your prey and start trying to get it. If you deny that, you’re liars! That thrill is part of being human. We ARE predators and it seems there’s even some hunters who don’t want to admit that. There’s nothing sadistic about it. It happens because, again, there’s no guarantee you’ll get your prey.

    3. I doubt US customs would let her bring the meat into the country even if she wanted to. So the locals benefit from that. They either have food for a while or money from selling the meat. And if they have a corrupt gov’t or gangs taking the proceeds away from them, then it’s up to THEM to rectify that situation.

    The only difference between this girl and you is the animal you shoot. You approve of the animal YOU shoot, but not the one she does. There’s plenty of people who don’t approve of the animal you shoot. Who think you’re a sadist just like her.

    I say the ragging hunters here are being kinda hypocritical.

    • teriquajones

      There is no way you can compare the Hunters in the US with Kendall Jones. Maybe this will help you understand..

      United States Hunters VS. Kendall Jones

      Go into forests to track down animals. | Pays to shoot an animal that is in a contained area

      Sit in trees for hours waiting for an animal | Stands in line to shoot the animal she wants

      Eats the meat from the animal that is killed | Displays the hides and heads of the animals she kills

      Help cull the over-population of Urban wildlife | Kills animal that may be or have been on the
      endangered species list

      You see the difference? This girl is not a hunter; just a spoiled rich girl who wants to adorn her world with animal hide.
      If you have ever known a real hunter, you would understand the difference. In case you never met a hunter, I will tell you an account of what they do (as told to me by a friend and avid hunter)..
      A real hunter wakes up early in the morning, they have already packed their truck the night before. They wear Camouflage clothing (often over layers of other clothes if it’s cold). They drive to their favorite spot where they park far away for minimal noise. After applying deer urine, they walk deep into a forest and find a spot where the can see far but not be seen (often in a tree). The sit, motionless, listening for hours until they hear the noise of hooves on the forest floor. They hold their breath and wait. Suddenly a Deer approaches. They aim and fire on shot; the Deer is down and not breathing. Their day has paid off and they have food for their family.
      Can you see the difference? I think you should let the real hunters voice their opinion and apologize for accusing them of “ragging” and “being hypocritical”.

      • WelderChick

        What do you think state game lands are? They’re contained areas. Hemmed in by cities and towns. Kendall goes to shoot on an African state game land. Oh, and hunters in the US must also pay to shoot or they’re called POACHERS. And I’m sure there’s shady operations in Africa, just like here. But no self-respecting hunter visits those businesses.

        Where do you get the idea that she stood in line to shoot an animal? If that were true, she wouldn’t have had to go back. She went on safari where, like hunters here, she dressed appropriately, took her weapon, then tracked, stalked, and waited. She sat in brush rather than in a tree. And just like hunters here, she wasn’t always successful.

        Not all hunters here eat the meat. Some do. Some give it away. The meat of the animals Kendall shot were eaten by the people who live there. Hunters here, btw often keep the hides to use as blankets and mount the heads or the antlers on their wall. So again, where’s the difference?

        She’s not killing endangered animals! She’s on a preserve where they have been maintained with hunting being the means of regulating the size of the herds/prides. And let’s not forget that lions are to the Africans what bears are to us. Gizelle are to the Africans what deer are to us. African animals are exotic to you cuz you don’t see them except in a zoo or on TV. They see them everyday.

        So again, where’s the difference? Here in the US scientists keep track of the animal populations, determining how many can be taken each year. Same as in Africa. Hunters, like Kendall are the reason why animals have been SAVED from extinction (look up White Rhino).

        And what you described as a typical hunting outing is similar to what Kendall experienced. The only difference is in the animals shot. You like the ones she shoots and think she’s bad for shooting them. You are indifferent or don’t like the animals shot here so you don’t care as much.

        Seems you’re basing your info on Kendall’s motivations and assuming what kind of hunting she’s doing on the fact that she’s a “spoiled, rich, white girl”.

  • Anthony

    For all the Welder Chicks et al
    Get a freakin life. Animals that starve to death are a horrible site. Most of their natural predators are gone and man has filled the vacumn therein to regulate their population to NOT over run their food supply.I have hunted for 65 yrs and have always carefully placed my shot to kill on impact. No these animals are not defenseless and are in their natural environment and out smart us more than we do them.

  • Phil

    You’re an idiot Doug Giles. It’s people like you that have flushed this planet down the toilet. Open up your entitled mind a little, but first pull your head out of your ass.

  • Matt

    Good morning all, and greetings from Africa.. I was asked by an earlier contributor to re-post a comment I made 2 days ago, as they thought that it held relevance to some of the folks contributing now, who may not have seen it earlier so here it is. My apologies for stuck-record-syndrome.

    I am an avid hunter, as i suppose most of you are too, so I
    see your points of view, and I agree with most of you. Here’s my 2
    pennies worth. I am a 4th generation white African, born in Rhodesia (Now Zimbabwe) and
    spent most of my adult life in South Africa. I have hunted game, large
    and small, from Springbok to Buffalo and Wildebeest, Crocs and Kudu,
    Aardvark to Zebra Here’s the thing – some of you may know this – Lions
    are a protected species in most all of Africa today. So it follows that
    this Lion would not have been hunted on a State reserve, but rather on a
    private one. Now herein lies the problem: By and large, there are 2
    types of private reserves in Africa; Large and prosperous ones that do
    not permit hunting on their reserves, but keep their animal populations
    well managed as a tourist magnet for over-weight, sandal-and-sock
    wearing European tourists with camera stoop , and the smaller game
    “farms” for want of a better word. It is the small private farms that
    cater for Big Game hunters, (on the most part), and they do this by
    doing “canned hunting” as we call it here. They rear “prey” almost in
    captivity and then they take the foreigners money, take them out into
    the few hundred hectares they own, and then “release” the lion that the
    guest has paid for. (Smaller farms cannot keep their big cats roaming
    free, as they would wipe out the herbivorous prey within months). Some
    canned hunting practitioners have even been know to enclose or “Tie Up”
    the prey animal, and then allow the hunter to shoot the animal, which is
    then posed for the famous big game photo opportunity, allowing them to
    tell their friends about their wild and dangerous African adventure!
    HAHAHA! The guest in this case, would never have been further that 10
    feet away from several highly trained and heavily armed guides… (some
    of whom I know and served with in the old South African Defense Force –
    believe me, they are good…) I mention this, because I see many of you posting comments about her bravery at confronting a lion with a bow. I am sure she is dead-eye-dick with a bow, but you can rest assured, she was never in any real danger. Aside from that, these animals are often
    OVER fed for days prior to the “hunters” arrival, making them less
    aggressive and docile. they are also very often Tranquilized hours
    before the hunt begins. Essentially, hunting a private farm or private
    reserve lion, would be about as dangerous as shooting a cow in your
    barn. I would be interested to know where this “hunt” occurred.

    Good
    hunting, everyone, and God Bless you all.

    • Kay Mann

      thank you for your insight, and even for your speculation. but in fact you do not know the exact circumstances of this girls lion hunt, so you’re not offering more than your best guess that the lion was drugged, fattened up, or tied up so as to pose no danger to the girl. and if these animals are in danger of extinction, i don’t know, then perhaps people ought to be holding telethons, taking up collections, and breeding these big cats like rabbits to create more of them. just a thought of my own… so how much can we put you down for Matt?

      • eztalk

        What a sad reply to a totally informed post. Hatred knows no bounds. So, I’m guessing you’ve been to S. Africa and know about these subjects?

        • Matt

          I did respond, thanks eztalk.

      • Matt

        HAHA! Good one Kay. You are quite correct in saying that I was speculating. But in my defense, I can say this: Lions are proteceted game here. So the white lion in question would most certainly have been bred at, or sent to a private facility. White lions are particularly rare ( an genetic imperfection, actually). So to see a white lion hunted, is again an anomaly of sorts. The cat was almost definitely selected by the organizers of the hunt, as it was almost definitely at the reserve for that very reason. Most, if not all private game reserves are far more restricted in size than places like Kruger, or Hwange or the transfrontier parks, which are bigger than England and wales together. So, the smaller reserves have a problem – it is difficult for them to control the big cats in small areas. They hunt at will, and this creates a problem for the rancher, as they have no control over what species the cats prey upon. This can be a very costly problem, as these ranchers also keep Herbivores for hunting AND sale purposes. Large Antelope, Eland, Kudu, Nyala, Wildebeest etc, fetch top dollar at game auctions and from hunters looking to bag a good trophy and a freezer full of meat. The best way of keeping cats and herbi’s together, is to isolate the cats. they are then fed and reared according to numbers, seasons, size of land etc. I worked on a private game reserve, so I can say with some authority that this is a very difficult juggling act. I am also very suspicious of posed hunters, who proudly show off their kills, without actually saying where they were bagged. Most professional hunting outfits have no problem with their clients saying where their animals were hunted. It is just good publicity. I can only think of one reason why the location of these kills has yet to be established, and that is “there is something cockeyed somewhere”. The last time a “canned hunting” organizer was caught red-handed here, he ended up in jail. It is a very serious offense down here. Have a good day. M.

  • USMC Sniper

    hey, dougie boy, I will go “one on one” with your sorry asss, in a open field, and we will see how it feels to be an animal. you will have no place to hide, just like an animal, BUT you will have the ability to shoot back, NOT like an animal. BUT the final outcome will be different. YOU will be the damn animal in the end result.

    Then we will see how much of a real coward you are, when faced with someone that will and can shoot back, with high accuracy. This is all “hypothetical”, but it proves my point. Trophy hunters are pure cowards, and they know it. But they love to “brag” about their trophy, but people know they did it the cowardly and wimpy way.

    • ValerieTX

      Wow. ‘USMC Sniper’ leaves a death threat on a public forum to Giles. I’ve flagged this comment. I wonder if this person knows that ClashDaily.com now has his IP address which leads straight to his house and can report him? I hope they do because this person is clearly unstable.

      • jrstingray1970

        Um I think it was more of a metaphorical gesture to help “dougie boy” relate to the animals. I don’t think it was intended as an actual threat. But we certainly do have to be careful how we word things online that’s for sure.

        • USMC Sniper

          Obviously it did not read my entire comment. But your first sentence was correct.

          • ValerieTX

            Given the rhetoric in your many posts on ClashDaily.com I think you are unstable with you CAPS lock screaming and constant abrassive threatening tone towards anyone who disagrees with you. I also think you’re cowardly by hiding behind a username alias.

          • USMC Sniper

            I do not know if YOU are a “he” a “she” or an “it” BUT IF I WANT TO USE CAPS, I WILL USE CAPS. YOU DO NOT LIKE IT, GO KISS A MIRROR IMAGE OF YOURSELF.

            And I am DEFINITELY who I say I am. But anytime YOU want to find out for yourself, YOU are welcome. Then YOU will be able to find out if I am a coward or not. Kapish????

            Now, YOU will be allowed to go back into your dedicated padded cell, in the infirmary. And tell the head shrinks there, that YOU need to stay locked up for at least another month.

          • davnkatzr

            Hey USMC Sniper, we snipers (101st Abn, 2/327 “NO (f—ing) SLACK” have more experience in hunting REAL “GAME” and we do not need to stoop to idiots level by reverting to name-calling and empty rhetoric. Just 4 simple words – you are an idiot – covers everything you said but does it with dignity.

          • USMC Sniper

            “UP VOTING YOURSELF” shows that YOU are the idiot. And it was said with “Marine dignity”. Having said that, “army boy”, go kiss yourself in a mirror.

          • Greg

            thank you for your service as well.. Maybe USMC Sniper isn’t really one.. after all. who goes around telling people they were snipers.. special forces .. etc. know what i mean?

      • USMC Sniper

        WOW, REALLY????? And what makes YOU “tick tock”????

        obviously YOU did not read my entire comment, but I think that YOU cannot read, maybe YOU are one of those “wetbacks” that came over here, and can only understand “span-ish”. But I will give you a clue, I am also in Texas.

    • Greg

      come on Marine. you know better than that.also people can trophy hunt and still eat the meat.. and it dont make them cowards.. if your a War Vet you would know that also.. so stand down..

  • Richard Cockman

    This is awful and sick. I am not anti-gun and I do not dislike hunting or hunters. What I dislike is senseless and useless hunting. Want to hunt and kill boar and deer to consume them? Go ahead, that’s worth the kill. But what are you gonna do with a lion, a hippopotamus or an elephant apart from showing around their corpse? Nothing, you killed an animal just for the sake of bragging that you did so.

    • Munk the Mongol

      All the meat is given to starving villagers. Learn a little of the hunting laws in the country before commenting and showing your ignorance.

      • Matt

        As an African living in Africa, i can assure you that the meat is not given to “starving” villagers. Firstly, where there are Elephant, there is no shortage of food for the locals. Secondly, where these animals roam free, there are very few human inhabitants. These hunts take place on Private reserves, not on state land ( where Elephant, Lion etc are protected unless culled by state employees) Thirdly, these hunts are organized by Private reserve owners, who profit by at least 80% of the takings, the balance going toward costs and payment of fuel, accommodation, rangers, trackers etc. Not everyone in Africa is starving, especially not in the countries where these hunts take place, such as Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana and South Africa, the latter being practically a first world country.

        • Munk the Mongol

          First world countries don’t have ex presidents that were terrorists and sing kill the boer, they don’t have 50 murders a day, and they definitely don’t have widespread racially motivated rape and murder

  • Kay Mann

    wow, what a woman.

  • The Man

    Hey Cock Man, yes you can consume African Lion, and it is DELICIOUS! (Yes, I’ve eaten it, and will do so again. It is a rich, lean red meat that goes good with a Cabernet.) As for you USMC Sniper, I’ll take you up on your challenge to go toe to toe sniping each other. Long Tr ‘ang lives. Winner take all. Step up and man up. Real men don’t pick on girls.

    • WelderChick

      You da Man! LOL!

    • Matt

      i was born and raised and still live in Africa. Have hunted almost everything legal. never seen or heard of anyone – black, white or indifferent, eat a big cat. Ever. Must have been an interesting restaurant :-)

    • Greg

      it taste like p..u..s..s…y.. sorry had to say it..

  • WelderChick

    OMG! Trophy hunting! Trophy hunting! Just what are those heads, racks, and whole stuffed animals on the walls of homes, lodges, restaurants, etc across the US? TROPHIES!!

  • jrstingray1970

    I wonder if she knows that her boyfriend didn’t win that leopard at the fair? That’s what it looks like. She looks like a very disturbed individual but I don’t know her and have never heard of her so I don’t know that for sure. I sure wouldn’t want to meet her in a dark alley in the middle of the night. I think she would creep out Batman lol.

  • http://www.eatmyfartsIslam.com billwhit1357

    I am about hunting like I am about growing plants, if I can’t eat it or smoke it, I ain’t growing it, and I am not going to hunt unless I am going to eat it! Trophy Hunting should be banned. It is arrogant cowardly wimps that only hunt for trophies and they all need to be bitchslapped!

    • davnkatzr

      Well said. Killing (sometimes very rare) animals for conservation is like f—ing for virginity. Actually, I like animals – even those dangerous to me – a lot more than I like some people. Something else to consider. I was a grunt in Vietnam and a trained sniper in 101st Airborne, and after a year of hunting for “game” that might be hunting to kill me – well, let’s just say I lost all interest in hunting for animals or even fishing.
      Also, keep in mind that politically I am Tea Party conservative.

      • http://www.eatmyfartsIslam.com billwhit1357

        Nice to meet a fellow Brother in Arms! Mil Intel, 1968-72/74-1990! Also Tea Party Conservative. Know what you mean about hunting, but I still like fishing. Keeps my mind steady! God Bless!

        • daisykmt

          Thank you too, billwhit1357, for serving America in the military!

      • daisykmt

        Although I don’t agree with your first sentence, I do deeply appreciate your military service, davnkatzr!

    • Independentrd

      And the meat from those trophies goes to natives, the huge fees for the permits go to those local economies. Sounds to me like the meet all of your criteria.

      • http://www.eatmyfartsIslam.com billwhit1357

        Do the natives actually eat lion and elephant meat? I really have no idea, that’s why I’m asking. And elephant would feed a lot of people, but the idea of killing such noble animals for fun is sickening.

        • Independentrd

          Most animals are edible. Some are much tastier than others, Some one mentioned bear. The few I’ve tried,were a bit too greasy for me. “I understand the natives appreciate the extra meat/food.

          Our shop, oh so many years ago, used to host a wild game dinner about once a year.. We had almost any native game you could think of. Generally, wild game taste depends, on what it fed on, how the meat was handled, and most importantly, how it was cooked. Here we are about 10 miles North of the farming country and wild game abounds. Many families depend on hunting to keep the food bill down. Unlike the city hunters who spend a lot, the locals usually hunt “out back” or within a few miles from home. I used to hunt most of the local game, but age has kept me from doing much for quite a few years

          Trophy hunting in Africa is mostly a highly controlled environment. The trophy may be a head, or pelt, but the meat is normally use, rather than wholesale killing with poisons to thin herds which usually ruins the meat. Not just anyone can pay a lot for a permit and go shoot something. As I understand it, they also have to hire professional hunters, or guides, much as we do in the Western states and Alaska for out of state hunters.

          People fail to understand, or refuse to understand that controlled hunting can keep herds under control and healthy while providing money for conservation management.

          Here our deer herds are healthy and much larger than they were 30 or 40 years ago. Recently, we’ve been able to take as many as three deer per season. When I was young, only bucks with at least 3″ s[pikes were permitted.

          Like liberals and small government, the anti hunting crowd refuse to listen to any logic that differs from their way of thinking.

          • http://www.eatmyfartsIslam.com billwhit1357

            I really had no idea that the meat of lions or leopard’s was eaten, because they are carnivores. I tried bear, decades ago, but didn’t like it, like you said, too greasy. Love deer and elk, and where I live, in Austria, during hunting season, it is served in most restaurants. I have eaten snake, frog (which I love), alligator (another favorite), and I am not against hunting at all, only against those who just shoot the animal for a trophy and the rest is left to waste. Like Ted Nugent, hunting wild boar from a helicopter helps the environment and all the meat goes to the homeless and military. As long as it isn’t wasted, that’s great!

          • Matt

            Born and raised in Africa. Hunted just about everything legal. Never seen anyone, black, white or indifferent, eat a big cat. Ever.

  • Bill Kozel

    What you are missing is that the trophy hunter culls the animal to control the population to keep the animals healthy and supports the government with a high price paid which they use to finance game management. Too many animals causes terrific problems in many areas for many reasons too numerous to mention here. The trophy is taken to remember the hunt by BUT THE LOCAL PEOPLE GET ALL THE MEAT and it is eaten and consumed gratefully supplementing the native diet with good protein! That includes the cats, rhino and elephant! These animals are not wasted for just a skin or head as most foolishly believe in their small world. This is where the ignorance of what transpires comes in to play. Lack of knowledge is a dangerous thing Proof: just look at how people voted for the president and then discovered who he really is, something I looked into when he was nominated. lack of knowledge is dangerous, even deadly!
    BTW Davnkatzr…I too was a Nam grunt but refused to be a sniper because I did not want to single out a target that was not trying to kill me. I can see where that would work on you. I hunt to enjoy being in the woods, in touch with the soil and reality, and for good antibiotic, pesticide free meat and keep the heads and hides to remember the hunt by. This also provides an income for a taxidermist as well.
    Some of you folks are right off the deep end of the pier when it comes to reality.
    God killed the first animals and gave man the skins to wear and the permission to kill and eat animals. When you say hunting is an evil you are placing yourself far above the Creator…but I realize that many of you are Godless and this is meaningless to you. Get off the front porch and step into the real world where milk comes out of an utter instead of a box at a store.

    • WelderChick

      I’ve tried to reason with some of the posters here, like you, to no avail. I don’t know what wires aren’t making the connection . . .

      • watchdogbill

        Hey Chicky! I eat anything I kill and do not kill
        anything I won’t eat. You only have a case if you are Vegan. I also have the
        heads mounted, even the smaller non-trophy size and have the bear skins all over
        the house. I enjoy the hunt and being in the wilds where I feel like I belong
        and am happiest, but dislike killing; humans or animals. However, I eat meat
        and refuse to have someone else do my dirty work so that I can eat. This is
        God’s plan for us because we sinned and got kicked out of Paradise. After death
        I will be able to speak to the animals and there will be no more death and
        suffering. SERIOUSLY….Where are you going after death with your goofy unGodly
        idealism?
        Your wiring is faulty and blows the circuit breaker every time!

        • WelderChick

          What the heck are you talking about? I’m pro-hunting. I’m getting my license this year so I can go hunt for the first time. I like Kendall and think the criticism against her is ridiculous. I eat meat and LOVE it! I can’t wait to eat something I’ve caught and I plan on keeping the skins, curing them myself so I can use them. My response to Bill Kozel was due to the fact that he has a very good response and I’ve tried the same tactics with other posters on this blog and they just refuse to listen to the very logical and well-reasoned arguments here.

          • watchdogbill

            YIKES! I misunderstood your remark! After re-reading it again I see what you meant. BTW, I am the same guy, I just signed in from a DISCUS group. Really sorry about the misunderstanding on MY PART! I misread what you said with a preconceived bias I think? BTW, I have been doing a deep study about the foods our government says are safe (allowable limits etc.) and the doctor doing the research recommends a diet of organic foods and wild meat that does not have the pollutants in the meat: pesticides, preventative antibiotics and growth hormones that are affecting everyone in negative ways. If a beef cow for example is fed grain that was raised with feed grown on a farm where they used pesticides (even 20 years ago) the pesticide is still showing up in the meat and milk. Most of us need a serious DETOX.
            Also, it’s pretty hard to preserve a bear skin but there are kits available. I have a hide that was done poorly and need to rework it myself. Northwest Taxidermy Supply. The fat when simmers and skimmed of impurities makes the finest boot oil and cooking oil, lamp oil. Our body fat retains a great deal of impurities we ingest as well.
            People have asked me why I hunt. I really have to say it is an urge deep inside to bring home my own food. I keep the heads as trophy’s but even mount the spike horns and fork horns to remember them by. I admit the big ones are impressive though. Many were right at the end of their lives and were spared a painful lingering death of old age or by stinkin’ coyotes

          • WelderChick

            LOL! Glad that’s cleared up! I take my hunter ed course this month (needed in order to get a license) and I’m going to try cross box hunting. Went to an outdoor hunting seminar for women and LOVED the bow. Was a much better shot with it than the rifle. Will try small game first (lots of rabbits, ground hogs, possums, and squirrels around here).

            Right now we just get what’s at the grocery store, which bothers me cuz I know it’s factory farmed. Would much rather start getting our meat from animals who at least got to live their normal lives before becoming dinner.

            Since I also don’t like to waste anything, figured I learn how to tan hides to use them. I’m sure there’s youtube videos out there! :-)

          • watchdogbill

            I reckon you meant Crossbow not cross box, haha! My state is just passing law to add use of crossbows. This will open up a great deal of local hunting where the deer are way too numerous (end up getting wasted by cars) but we cannot safely fire a gun or in my case do not want to disturb people with a rifle/shotgun shot. My wife just got her handgun permit so she can hunt deer with my 44 handgun. My backyard has become wildlife sanctuary and it is common to see deer, turkeys, squirrels, rabbits, raccoons, skunks, foxes and an occasional bad actor (coyote) and I am friendly with most all of them. They are safe here but I go way back 5 to 7 miles deep into the woods to do my hunting normally. With the crossbow I could help eliminate some deer from auto crashes locally and save a fender or two in the process.
            Bear meat is something VERY special. I have always eaten mine. To eat bear meat you MUST get the hide off and carve off the fat/lard as quickly as possible. Not easy. Every bit of fat must be cut off, even tiny pieces or it will ruin the meat. Ask anyone who has eaten bear meat and you will most likely hear they couldn’t! You can’t drag it out and show t to people and expect to eat it. Outside of Caribou, bear is my favorite meat. Anything over 250 pounds is stew and Hamburg though.

          • WelderChick

            Thanks for the tip on the bear meat. I’ll have to remember that cuz it would be a mega bummer to bag a bear and then not be able to eat it! Not to mention the waste of it would be awful. I’ll probably wait for bear till I get some other animals under my belt. And yeah, I meant cross bow! Lo!

          • WelderChick

            BTW: how much time would be too long?

          • watchdogbill

            Nasty enzymes start to reverse and go into the meat after just an hour or two, The sooner to get the hide and fat off the better eating. If it’s been a few hours I actually carve off some of the good meat to be sure. The bears here come out around 3 pm which means I usually get one just before dark, gut it, then I go back to the tent and get the processing tools, small hoist, gas lantern, clean muslin, hefty bags, stuff to clean up with and a radio and of course a gun in case large predators come. I have to pack out the meat so I bone out the animals (legal here, but everything must be tagged). They clean up everything after I leave, coyotes eat the bones and even eat the bark off the tree I hang the bear or deer on. Nothing goes to waste.
            BTW, I was a steelworker and worked a lot with welders, I can even make a spark or two myself.

          • WelderChick

            For the most part, a great group of guys. You’ve got your pills, like at any job, but the majority are a pretty happy bunch. May be all that flux being inhaled, LOL!

    • daisykmt

      “Rise, KILL and eat.” Acts 10:13—Holy Bible. The anti-hunter people either don’t know, or don’t care, about that verse.

      • watchdogbill

        ..and God killed the first animals to make skins for Adam and Eve (Genesis) and gave us dominion over the critters.

      • Ralph Monzo

        This verse has nothing to do with justifying hunting…lol… just sayin’…

        • daisykmt

          True, that was not the primary lesson God was teaching—He was teaching Peter not to show “respect of persons”; the lesson being for Peter (a Jew) not to look down on Cornelius (a Gentile). In the Old Testament, He had restricted the eating of certain foods for the Jewish people, but he used this symbolically to teach acceptance of all races. Yet the analogy is still there: killing any animal & eating it was allowable or God wouldn’t have used it for an example.
          Acts 10:27, 28 shows where anything–even meat that had been offered to idols– was permissible to eat.

          • Ralph Monzo

            We are in total agreement, sister. Glad to see you read the Good Book… Let us encourage ALL to read and hear and LIVE the Good News about the mighty Lord Jesus!

  • Munk the Mongol

    Wow this is what pisses people off? There are countless unjustified police killings in the united states and they are let go without consequences but some one hunts for trophies and people call out for her blood? You people disgust me, how arbitrary can you be? How fucked up is this world if people value animal lives over human lives. These people know nothing of the value of human lives. Such is the hypocrisy of the first world.

  • Cherish Camille

    They got what they wanted. FB deleted the photo’s. What gets me is the same people who wanted them deleted, then posted the pics on their own pages.

  • Michael Lee Pemberton

    She came, she saw, and she killed, but did she clean, cook and eat any of the meat or did it go to waste. If she didn’t “Rise, Kill, and Eat”, then she should be castigated. castrated, or something.

  • Surita

    I was going to reply to a specific person but decided to just comment in general. I was born and raised in South Africa. Let me tell you something about hunting in South Africa. In the Klaserie: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klaserie_Game_Reserve which is a non-government funded game reserve adjoining the Kruger National Park, only ONE lion was hunted in SIX years. The revenue from that one lion hunt, was enough to sustain the entire park for a whole year. Not receiving ANY government funding, the board has no choice but to permit big game hunts since that is the ONLY thing that sustains the park, its staff, the communities it supports and the welfare of the wildlife it protects. Ban big game hunting, and the revenue from smaller game hunts or leisure visitors alone will NOT be able to sustain it. If it pays, it stays. No hunting, no money, no reserve, which means the natural habitat available to these animals will keep shrinking until only the National Parks remain, which are not NEARLY enough to permit seasonal migration for the big game, or sustain a healthy gene pool. The meat of lions and other cats are not eaten, that is true. But when faced with the bankruptcy and liquidation of the entire park it is the lesser of two evils. I am not a hunter. My husband hunts small game for meat. We do not display trophy’s against our walls and the skins are tanned and the leather used for other things. I do not think that killing an animal just for its head is something I would be inclined to do, BUT I understand that it is a necessary evil. We can not rely on our government to bail out the private game reserves, it simply is not a priority for them, therefore they must utilize whatever they can to sustain themselves AND protect their rhino’s against poachers, which is becoming more and more expensive. Remove their incentive to do so, and they will simply get rid of their highly targeted animals, whether it breaks their hearts or not, because a reserve does not survive on sentiment, it survives on revenue. I also feel I need to reiterate what a terrible state our world is in when people applaud the filming of a human abortion and call for blood over the legal, humane hunt of an animal. I would ask this: Are you elevating the life of an animal to have the same value as the life of a human being? Or are you downgrading the life of a human being to have the same value as the life of an animal? Terrible things have happened in history whenever people have been stripped of their inherent value as human beings.

    • Guest

      She killed the white lion in a canned hunt. Canned hunting has zero conservation value.

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