Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Obi Drunkenobe, Aug 1, 2015.
it is time to have a hunt for the dentist. put him in the veldt naked and let the animals show him mercy.
we need to have that on ppv. people could make bets on how long he lasts without any weapons or lights to stun the animal.
pretty sure there are a few female lions that would enjoy his screams for the 30 seconds it takes.
I was joking around at work the other day about revenge for Cecil. My idea was put a GO Pro on some Navy seals and the dentist. Shithead gets a 30 minute head start and then they get to hunt him. If he survives 40 hours he's of the hook. [same amount of time Cecil was wounded]. Live stream the whole thing on Pay per view. Proceeds go to wildlife protection.
That would be very interesting to watch.
Guess the race.
They shoulda put shaving cream on their hands and pretended the lion was sleeping and they were gonna slap it. Americans love that shit.
The bullet hole in the center of his forehead would kind of ruin it
Cecil cucked his brother, Mike.
They really are beautiful.
i just dont understand why people enjoy killing animals like that
UPDATE 1-Brother of Zimbabwe's lion Cecil appears alive and well -researcher
Sat Aug 1, 2015 7:52pm GMT
By MacDonald Dzirutwe
HARARE Aug 1 (Reuters) - The brother of Cecil, the lion killed in Zimbabwe by an American hunter last month, is not dead, a researcher monitoring the pride told Reuters, contradicting media reports that Jericho had been killed.
"He looks alive and well to me as far as I can tell," said Brent Stapelkamp, field researcher for the Hwange Lion Research Project which is monitoring the lion with a GPS tag.
A group called the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force posted on its Facebook page that Jericho had been killed at 4 p.m. on Saturday, a report picked up by some Western news media that was rapidly spread on Twitter.
That generated a furious reaction on the social networking site where animal lovers had already been expressing their fury at the killing on July 1 of Cecil, a rare black-maned lion that was a familiar sight at Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park.
Stapelkamp said readings from Jericho's GPS tag indicated he was moving around as usual and appeared to be with a female.
"When I heard that report, I had a look on the computer and his movements look regular. He sent a GPS point from his collar from 8:06 p.m. (1806 GMT). Everything looks fine," Stapelkamp told Reuters.
Earlier on Saturday, Zimbabwe's parks authority imposed an indefinite ban on big game hunting outside the national park from which Cecil was lured before being killed on July 1.
A source at the parks agency told Reuters a second lion had been killed illegally by a foreign hunter in Zimbabwe on July 3. That has not been confirmed by officials. (Reporting by MacDonald Dzirutwe; Writing by Robin Pomeroy; Editing by Jon Boyle)