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Discussion in 'Environment' started by KittenKoder, Sep 25, 2008.

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    PETA people are retards. Seriously. They need to be locked away somewhere. If it weren't for the strong that built this society and they were all that was left of mankind, it would perish within a generation because they don't even have the common sense to eat.
     
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    When we evolved into humans we were designed to eat meat, why do we have molers(prob spelt wrong) or tonsils. The orginal Native Americans in this country only attacked big game, of course they are exstint due in the large part because of this. I don't cavemen were having salads and tofu around the fire!
     
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    I also gone to the Stampede in Omak a few times and every year they protest there! The native americans have been stampeding down that hill at least for a hundred years. And I have only seen two horses killed the four times I have been and they have races four days in a row and two on saturdays!
     
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    Native Americans hunted big game to the point of extinction ?
     
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    No the Native Americans we know today! There was a tribe in southwest United states that were around about 15,000 years ago they think. And a few other tribes along the rockey mountain corridor that no longer exsist.
     
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    No, early settlers hunted Native Americans to the point of extinction.
     
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    well---other than the "settlers" label that makes a bit more sense
     
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    There were a group called Clovis people who hunted big game which is why you don't see byson or mammoths in America anymore. They were exstinct before settlers arrived! Fossils date some say 30,000 years ago!
     
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    Mammoths went extinct in many areas, they were not exclusive to this area, so blaming the Native Americans for that is just ... stupid. Also, Bison are not extinct.
     

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