You should throw down some soy nibbles and help the fox see the light of vegetarianism.Me and my girlfriend often see a fox from my balcony late at night walking and running along the road. We did however save a hare from being its prey by scaring it away before the fox had its way with it.
Agree with everything you said.Hunting for "sport" is vile and absolutely not sporting. In addition to the toll on the wild animal (in this case, the fox), the dogs used on hunts are often treated like equipment and thrown away or destroyed when they become lame, have compromised vision or hearing, or if they simply age. My two dogs were discarded hunting hounds---lovely, loving animals who were bred to hunt but who were physically or emotionally unable to hunt (one dog had a bum front paw, the other was gun shy), so they were therefore useless to their owners who saw them as things, not pets.
However, I'm sure M. will draw fire for this post as well.
Last May, evidence was found that British-manufactured cluster munitions had been used by Saudi Arabia in villages in northern Yemen. At the time the UK Government rejected this evidence. Seven months later, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon was telling the House of Commons about an admission from Saudi Arabia that it had used them, but would not do so again. Good enough for the UK Government. The arms sales continued.
The conflict has left 17 million people facing dire food shortages including nearly seven million who are one step away from famine in the country, which is heavily dependent on food imports.
Since late April, a cholera outbreak has killed 500 people while 55,206 Yemenis -- one third of them children -- are ill, according to UN figures.
Another 150,000 cases of cholera are expected in the next six months.
He is going to push it just a little too far and wind up under arrest. I can't disagree with anything he says here but why the stupid pun and the almost threat? It's almost a credible well written opinion but then he has to add that bit to draw in the public always eager to be (faux) outraged?
Trolls gonna troll, I guess.