posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:53 PM
Boo-hoo. Poor, poor snake. .....EVIL HUMANS!
....Ask me if I would allow that thing to live in my backyard.
....Ask me if I would let that giant snake take a crack at some child?
....Ask me if I believe that it would survive captivity?
....Ask me if I think that (if there are no researchers nearby) they'll cook it up and feed the whole family for weeks?
.... Do you think that snake would show any remorse for you after digesting you?
Look. There isn't exactly anywhere to put it, and kids and even full grown adults would (probably already have been) be prey.
....Not to mention, I'm sure there are some livestock that are glad that thing isn't around anymore. I'm sure there were famers wondering what was
eating their stock.
The way I see it, humans first. The ONLY two issues here to me are that the lady died and the snake couldn't be observed in it's natural habitat.
The dead body will at least provide some info on how it got that big. Otherwise, it would've just gotten away into the woods anyhow.
Start looking at it from people's perspective, and not just the animals. Chickens, dogs, etc if allowed to urinate on a lawn will cause it to be
"posioned" and it will darken, die off, or turn yellow for awhile. We don't think, "geez, they destroy stuff. They all need to be destroyed!"
They are misguided just as much as humans, but yet we blame ourselves for what we nartually do. Build, create. Isn't that what ants do?
Humans are the only animal on earth besides lemmings that wish for it's own destruction. I for one will NOT extend the PETA agenda of feminism,
control, and the banning of many lawful businesses. They have their hands into everything. No way am I taking food from more childrens mouths because
of some "poor animal." Maybe the OP didn't mean to come off so bias against the man with the CAT, idk, but I do know there is no reason to portray
him as a villan unless there is an agenda.