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Posted by Zazanak on April 28, 2003 at 18:06:52:

In Reply to: WE DID IT posted by jungledancer on April 28, 2003 at 15:06:27:

What if it was someone leaving their kid in a shed to fend for themself, only handing him crumbs of bread and water. Would you get mad and lash out then? Hell yes you would. I know that was not the case. But none the less, what gives any human the right to treat an animal, that has no real motive to be in a pet store, badly. No one, theres many different types of justice, or ways of showing someone you disagree, and if the anger aroused in someone by the mistreatment of one of Gods creatures is great enough for a fierce tongue lashing, then by God have at it. Common courtesy is still around, sure it could be better, and more...common as the name insist, but its people like that store owner, who have no feelings or emotions to treat an animal the right way is what keeps that "common courtesy" from coming out in people. People are alot different then they used to be, and thats apparent to everybody. But ohwell, none of my business really, everyone has their gripes and "button pushers". Just a person that can stand up for myself and other things with many different stances, anger, sincerity, courtesy......all used at different intervals for different reasons. Anyways, this forum is about snakes, not why or why not someone shouldn't yell or should yell.


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