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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 01:49 PM
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Wouldn’t it have been animal cruelty if he let the snake starve? People feed rabbits and rats to snakes, why not cats?




posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 01:51 PM
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Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
Things I have to conclude why people think this video is wrong:

The music - What if you muted it, would it still matter?

That the cat (allegedly) has higher intelligence than a mouse or some other animal - All animals have some form of intelligence so, again, regardless of a cat or a mouse, you are feeding an intelligent animal to an intelligent animal, this logic-based.

Domesticated animals are not part of nature and no longer have any natural instincts - On the contrary, regardless of up-brining, animals still hold their animalistic instincts deep within them, even if they are diluted. How long has the species Homo sapien been around? Do we not still have animalistic urges and survival complexities deep within us? Ever heard of the fight-or-flight response?

Trust - No one here can confirm or deny how long this person had the cat. As well, this was obviously a kitten so it could not, clinically, be able to form a meaningful attachment to something, as it's brain was not at full function. In the picture it shows as if the cat was enjoying the company of this human, well, that is just a natural pleasure response this and many animals have. It was merely responding how it should, not because it dearly "loved" the person in the video. Is it because he was nice to the kitten before he fed it to the snake? If that is the case, would you have rather him abuse the kitten and treat it poorly before its death? Would that have been more acceptable? I surely would prefer kind actions towards me before my death.

Torture - People have been making the outlandish claim that this is an act of torture because of the kitten's means of death. So, I guess all the animals that die via suffocation in the wild from a snake are being tortured too, right? The only animal that inflicted pain was the snake. So, to make the claim that this is torture would mean you are blaming the snake for this.

I am in no way justifying the actions in this video nor am I defending the person. I am just hoping you can take a look at this from a different perspective. The hypocrisy is appalling in this thread. "He killed a cat! Surely, he must be punished!" Just let it go. Opinions and morality are subjective to the individual. There is no such thing as right or wrong, these are your opinions; fact.

Everything just is. That is the way of life. It does not need an opinion, it just is.

edit on 4-12-2011 by ErroneousDylan because: Typo


I'm really hopeful that somebody will respond to this.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:11 PM
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I used to know a herpetologist, went to a feeding session for about ......maybe 20 of these snakes (Burmese pythons). They are very big.....you have to handle and control them with care and precision, and when they get into "feeding" mode, they will EAT anything, in fact you have to wash your own hands in bleach so when you feed them, they don't get confused and try to devour your hand.

This is just sadistic......the whole setup.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:12 PM
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Originally posted by ErroneousDylan

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
Things I have to conclude why people think this video is wrong:

The music - What if you muted it, would it still matter?

That the cat (allegedly) has higher intelligence than a mouse or some other animal - All animals have some form of intelligence so, again, regardless of a cat or a mouse, you are feeding an intelligent animal to an intelligent animal, this logic-based.

Domesticated animals are not part of nature and no longer have any natural instincts - On the contrary, regardless of up-brining, animals still hold their animalistic instincts deep within them, even if they are diluted. How long has the species Homo sapien been around? Do we not still have animalistic urges and survival complexities deep within us? Ever heard of the fight-or-flight response?

Trust - No one here can confirm or deny how long this person had the cat. As well, this was obviously a kitten so it could not, clinically, be able to form a meaningful attachment to something, as it's brain was not at full function. In the picture it shows as if the cat was enjoying the company of this human, well, that is just a natural pleasure response this and many animals have. It was merely responding how it should, not because it dearly "loved" the person in the video. Is it because he was nice to the kitten before he fed it to the snake? If that is the case, would you have rather him abuse the kitten and treat it poorly before its death? Would that have been more acceptable? I surely would prefer kind actions towards me before my death.

Torture - People have been making the outlandish claim that this is an act of torture because of the kitten's means of death. So, I guess all the animals that die via suffocation in the wild from a snake are being tortured too, right? The only animal that inflicted pain was the snake. So, to make the claim that this is torture would mean you are blaming the snake for this.

I am in no way justifying the actions in this video nor am I defending the person. I am just hoping you can take a look at this from a different perspective. The hypocrisy is appalling in this thread. "He killed a cat! Surely, he must be punished!" Just let it go. Opinions and morality are subjective to the individual. There is no such thing as right or wrong, these are your opinions; fact.

Everything just is. That is the way of life. It does not need an opinion, it just is.

edit on 4-12-2011 by ErroneousDylan because: Typo


I'm really hopeful that somebody will respond to this.


There's no point responding as your post is nonsense. You know as well as I do why this individual fed a cat to his snake. Your argument is invalid, no matter how well written.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:15 PM
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Originally posted by GLaDOS
Wouldn’t it have been animal cruelty if he let the snake starve? People feed rabbits and rats to snakes, why not cats?


His snake was not starving. And nobody cares that a cat was fed to a snake. You are completely missing the point.

He fed a cat to his snake for pleasure, because he's a psychopath.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:18 PM
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Originally posted by ErroneousDylan

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
Things I have to conclude why people think this video is wrong:

The music - What if you muted it, would it still matter?

It means nothing, the music, what are you talking about, it is a sick addition to a snuff movie....

That the cat (allegedly) has higher intelligence than a mouse or some other animal - All animals have some form of intelligence so, again, regardless of a cat or a mouse, you are feeding an intelligent animal to an intelligent animal, this logic-based.

I guess, with an extreme understanding and patience from my side, I should assume that you have some IQ level, probably not very high, but let's assume you are an intelligent animal. So are the wolves, lions, tigers and elephants... And sharks....A lion etc. would maker a short job of you... You see, your IQ would not work...
Can I feed you to a shark? It would be my pleasure?

Domesticated animals are not part of nature and no longer have any natural instincts - On the contrary, regardless of up-brining, animals still hold their animalistic instincts deep within them, even if they are diluted. How long has the species Homo sapien been around? Do we not still have animalistic urges and survival complexities deep within us? Ever heard of the fight-or-flight response?

It would be fun to watch your fight-or-flight response with a lion or tiger....


Trust - No one here can confirm or deny how long this person had the cat. As well, this was obviously a kitten so it could not, clinically, be able to form a meaningful attachment to something, as it's brain was not at full function. In the picture it shows as if the cat was enjoying the company of this human, well, that is just a natural pleasure response this and many animals have. It was merely responding how it should, not because it dearly "loved" the person in the video. Is it because he was nice to the kitten before he fed it to the snake? If that is the case, would you have rather him abuse the kitten and treat it poorly before its death? Would that have been more acceptable? I surely would prefer kind actions towards me before my death.

You are one sick person, and I would very much LOVE and enjoy to watch you personally 'interacting' with a lion's teeth, before you made any meaningful attachment to your family.
And yes, your brain has never has never reached a full function....

I would like to give you few good kicks in your probably overweight butt, before the lion gives you a friendly end.
Sorry, I think, you do not deserve 'kindness', like a kitten, you moron, you
Torture - People have been making the outlandish claim that this is an act of torture because of the kitten's means of death. So, I guess all the animals that die via suffocation in the wild from a snake are being tortured too, right? The only animal that inflicted pain was the snake. So, to make the claim that this is torture would mean you are blaming the snake for this.

I am in no way justifying the actions in this video nor am I defending the person. I am just hoping you can take a look at this from a different perspective. The hypocrisy is appalling in this thread. "He killed a cat! Surely, he must be punished!" Just let it go. Opinions and morality are subjective to the individual. There is no such thing as right or wrong, these are your opinions; fact.

Everything just is. That is the way of life. It does not need an opinion, it just is.

edit on 4-12-2011 by ErroneousDylan because: Typo


I'm really hopeful that somebody will respond to this.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:18 PM
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Originally posted by southunder

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
Things I have to conclude why people think this video is wrong:

The music - What if you muted it, would it still matter?

It means nothing, the music, what are you talking about, it is a sick addition to a snuff movie....

That the cat (allegedly) has higher intelligence than a mouse or some other animal - All animals have some form of intelligence so, again, regardless of a cat or a mouse, you are feeding an intelligent animal to an intelligent animal, this logic-based.

I guess, with an extreme understanding and patience from my side, I should assume that you have some IQ level, probably not very high, but let's assume you are an intelligent animal. So are the wolves, lions, tigers and elephants... And sharks....A lion etc. would maker a short job of you... You see, your IQ would not work...
Can I feed you to a shark? It would be my pleasure?

Domesticated animals are not part of nature and no longer have any natural instincts - On the contrary, regardless of up-brining, animals still hold their animalistic instincts deep within them, even if they are diluted. How long has the species Homo sapien been around? Do we not still have animalistic urges and survival complexities deep within us? Ever heard of the fight-or-flight response?

It would be fun to watch your fight-or-flight response with a lion or tiger....


Trust - No one here can confirm or deny how long this person had the cat. As well, this was obviously a kitten so it could not, clinically, be able to form a meaningful attachment to something, as it's brain was not at full function. In the picture it shows as if the cat was enjoying the company of this human, well, that is just a natural pleasure response this and many animals have. It was merely responding how it should, not because it dearly "loved" the person in the video. Is it because he was nice to the kitten before he fed it to the snake? If that is the case, would you have rather him abuse the kitten and treat it poorly before its death? Would that have been more acceptable? I surely would prefer kind actions towards me before my death.

You are one sick person, and I would very much LOVE and enjoy to watch you personally 'interacting' with a lion's teeth, before you made any meaningful attachment to your family.
And yes, your brain has never has never reached a full function....

I would like to give you few good kicks in your probably overweight butt, before the lion gives you a friendly end.
Sorry, I think, you do not deserve 'kindness', like a kitten, you moron, you
Torture - People have been making the outlandish claim that this is an act of torture because of the kitten's means of death. So, I guess all the animals that die via suffocation in the wild from a snake are being tortured too, right? The only animal that inflicted pain was the snake. So, to make the claim that this is torture would mean you are blaming the snake for this.

I am in no way justifying the actions in this video nor am I defending the person. I am just hoping you can take a look at this from a different perspective. The hypocrisy is appalling in this thread. "He killed a cat! Surely, he must be punished!" Just let it go. Opinions and morality are subjective to the individual. There is no such thing as right or wrong, these are your opinions; fact.

Everything just is. That is the way of life. It does not need an opinion, it just is.

edit on 4-12-2011 by ErroneousDylan because: Typo


I'm really hopeful that somebody will respond to this.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:19 PM
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Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
Things I have to conclude why people think this video is wrong:

The music - What if you muted it, would it still matter?

That the cat (allegedly) has higher intelligence than a mouse or some other animal - All animals have some form of intelligence so, again, regardless of a cat or a mouse, you are feeding an intelligent animal to an intelligent animal, this logic-based.

Domesticated animals are not part of nature and no longer have any natural instincts - On the contrary, regardless of up-brining, animals still hold their animalistic instincts deep within them, even if they are diluted. How long has the species Homo sapien been around? Do we not still have animalistic urges and survival complexities deep within us? Ever heard of the fight-or-flight response?

Trust - No one here can confirm or deny how long this person had the cat. As well, this was obviously a kitten so it could not, clinically, be able to form a meaningful attachment to something, as it's brain was not at full function. In the picture it shows as if the cat was enjoying the company of this human, well, that is just a natural pleasure response this and many animals have. It was merely responding how it should, not because it dearly "loved" the person in the video. Is it because he was nice to the kitten before he fed it to the snake? If that is the case, would you have rather him abuse the kitten and treat it poorly before its death? Would that have been more acceptable? I surely would prefer kind actions towards me before my death.

Torture - People have been making the outlandish claim that this is an act of torture because of the kitten's means of death. So, I guess all the animals that die via suffocation in the wild from a snake are being tortured too, right? The only animal that inflicted pain was the snake. So, to make the claim that this is torture would mean you are blaming the snake for this.

I am in no way justifying the actions in this video nor am I defending the person. I am just hoping you can take a look at this from a different perspective. The hypocrisy is appalling in this thread. "He killed a cat! Surely, he must be punished!" Just let it go. Opinions and morality are subjective to the individual. There is no such thing as right or wrong, these are your opinions; fact.

Everything just is. That is the way of life. It does not need an opinion, it just is.

edit on 4-12-2011 by ErroneousDylan because: Typo


I'm really hopeful that somebody will respond to this.


There's no point responding as your post is nonsense. You know as well as I do why this individual fed a cat to his snake. Your argument is invalid, no matter how well written.



Haha, yes. My post is nonsense because I am stating facts but your posts are perfectly sensible because you state an opinion based on morality. That's logical. I am pretty disappointed you didn't even try and prove your theory. The facts still stand at large.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:21 PM
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The fact that he is risking serious injuries of his snake is a giveaway about his motivations.
Don't be fooled by the size or the cuteness of the cat.
It happened to me that I had to deal with a cat that was smaller and in panic.
It ripped my arm to pieces and it bit right through unto the periosteum of my thumb.
The wound had to be kept open for month and rinsed with peroxide because of inflammation.
I nearly lost my thumb.
Wounds on snakes usually heal pretty bad & slow already.
They are to avoid under all circumstances.
Everyone who keeps snakes and has a genuine interest in them knows that.
He doesn't give a f#*k



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:22 PM
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Originally posted by southunder

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
Things I have to conclude why people think this video is wrong:

The music - What if you muted it, would it still matter?

It means nothing, the music, what are you talking about, it is a sick addition to a snuff movie....

That the cat (allegedly) has higher intelligence than a mouse or some other animal - All animals have some form of intelligence so, again, regardless of a cat or a mouse, you are feeding an intelligent animal to an intelligent animal, this logic-based.

I guess, with an extreme understanding and patience from my side, I should assume that you have some IQ level, probably not very high, but let's assume you are an intelligent animal. So are the wolves, lions, tigers and elephants... And sharks....A lion etc. would maker a short job of you... You see, your IQ would not work...
Can I feed you to a shark? It would be my pleasure?

Domesticated animals are not part of nature and no longer have any natural instincts - On the contrary, regardless of up-brining, animals still hold their animalistic instincts deep within them, even if they are diluted. How long has the species Homo sapien been around? Do we not still have animalistic urges and survival complexities deep within us? Ever heard of the fight-or-flight response?

It would be fun to watch your fight-or-flight response with a lion or tiger....


Trust - No one here can confirm or deny how long this person had the cat. As well, this was obviously a kitten so it could not, clinically, be able to form a meaningful attachment to something, as it's brain was not at full function. In the picture it shows as if the cat was enjoying the company of this human, well, that is just a natural pleasure response this and many animals have. It was merely responding how it should, not because it dearly "loved" the person in the video. Is it because he was nice to the kitten before he fed it to the snake? If that is the case, would you have rather him abuse the kitten and treat it poorly before its death? Would that have been more acceptable? I surely would prefer kind actions towards me before my death.

You are one sick person, and I would very much LOVE and enjoy to watch you personally 'interacting' with a lion's teeth, before you made any meaningful attachment to your family.
And yes, your brain has never has never reached a full function....

I would like to give you few good kicks in your probably overweight butt, before the lion gives you a friendly end.
Sorry, I think, you do not deserve 'kindness', like a kitten, you moron, you
Torture - People have been making the outlandish claim that this is an act of torture because of the kitten's means of death. So, I guess all the animals that die via suffocation in the wild from a snake are being tortured too, right? The only animal that inflicted pain was the snake. So, to make the claim that this is torture would mean you are blaming the snake for this.

I am in no way justifying the actions in this video nor am I defending the person. I am just hoping you can take a look at this from a different perspective. The hypocrisy is appalling in this thread. "He killed a cat! Surely, he must be punished!" Just let it go. Opinions and morality are subjective to the individual. There is no such thing as right or wrong, these are your opinions; fact.

Everything just is. That is the way of life. It does not need an opinion, it just is.

edit on 4-12-2011 by ErroneousDylan because: Typo


I'm really hopeful that somebody will respond to this.


I have responded to you, and it's in the body of your text.

Good luck, as you are probably an overweight slob getting kicks out of something sick like this.
While waging a naturalistic understanding.

Probably, you would last a minute in a nature, and would pee on yourself faced to a squirrel...
So brave you are



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:24 PM
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I have to agree with you on that one. Very dangerous of the snake's life, however, that is still valuing the life of the snake over the life of the cat, is it not? I would know, I actually own a snake. (of course, it is just a Corn Snake). Like I said, I do agree with your point on the snake's life but this isn't really what I am arguing about. Most people seem to have a morality issue with the fact that the kittens physical life is now over because it was fed to a snake.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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"His snake was not starving. And nobody cares that a cat was fed to a snake. You are completely missing the point."

"He fed a cat to his snake for pleasure, because he's a psychopath." --the king tutt guy with anonymous face mask

you say nobody cares that a cat was fed to a snake. So if he fed a mouse to his snake or a rabbit would it make him a psychopath?
Forgive me if I lack your insightful psychological profiling professionalism, But I didnt watch the video like you (obviously did) because im not attracted to sick and twisted death scenarios like you say this guy is.
edit on 4-12-2011 by Foxy1 because: grammer

edit on 4-12-2011 by Foxy1 because: spelling



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:28 PM
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Originally posted by southunder

I have responded to you, and it's in the body of your text.

Good luck, as you are probably an overweight slob getting kicks out of something sick like this.
While waging a naturalistic understanding.

Probably, you would last a minute in a nature, and would pee on yourself faced to a squirrel...
So brave you are


Please try to refrain from opinionated personal attacks. I would hate for you to represent yourself poorly because you can't hold a factual argument and have to resort to name calling and assuming.

I could clearly give you reasons as to why you are wrong but, judging how you are just blindly tossing around insults without any given facts, I would say you would probably just ignore them or deny them.

"Probably"



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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Originally posted by ErroneousDylan

Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
Things I have to conclude why people think this video is wrong:

The music - What if you muted it, would it still matter?

That the cat (allegedly) has higher intelligence than a mouse or some other animal - All animals have some form of intelligence so, again, regardless of a cat or a mouse, you are feeding an intelligent animal to an intelligent animal, this logic-based.

Domesticated animals are not part of nature and no longer have any natural instincts - On the contrary, regardless of up-brining, animals still hold their animalistic instincts deep within them, even if they are diluted. How long has the species Homo sapien been around? Do we not still have animalistic urges and survival complexities deep within us? Ever heard of the fight-or-flight response?

Trust - No one here can confirm or deny how long this person had the cat. As well, this was obviously a kitten so it could not, clinically, be able to form a meaningful attachment to something, as it's brain was not at full function. In the picture it shows as if the cat was enjoying the company of this human, well, that is just a natural pleasure response this and many animals have. It was merely responding how it should, not because it dearly "loved" the person in the video. Is it because he was nice to the kitten before he fed it to the snake? If that is the case, would you have rather him abuse the kitten and treat it poorly before its death? Would that have been more acceptable? I surely would prefer kind actions towards me before my death.

Torture - People have been making the outlandish claim that this is an act of torture because of the kitten's means of death. So, I guess all the animals that die via suffocation in the wild from a snake are being tortured too, right? The only animal that inflicted pain was the snake. So, to make the claim that this is torture would mean you are blaming the snake for this.

I am in no way justifying the actions in this video nor am I defending the person. I am just hoping you can take a look at this from a different perspective. The hypocrisy is appalling in this thread. "He killed a cat! Surely, he must be punished!" Just let it go. Opinions and morality are subjective to the individual. There is no such thing as right or wrong, these are your opinions; fact.

Everything just is. That is the way of life. It does not need an opinion, it just is.

edit on 4-12-2011 by ErroneousDylan because: Typo


I'm really hopeful that somebody will respond to this.


There's no point responding as your post is nonsense. You know as well as I do why this individual fed a cat to his snake. Your argument is invalid, no matter how well written.



Haha, yes. My post is nonsense because I am stating facts but your posts are perfectly sensible because you state an opinion based on morality. That's logical. I am pretty disappointed you didn't even try and prove your theory. The facts still stand at large.


You've stated no facts. You are wrong. You are wrong not for what you say, but for what you don't say, and what you lack the intelligence to comprehend.

Nobody cares that a snake ate a cat. Therefore, your entire post is invalid. Because you completely miss the reason for out roar and disgust.

People are not disgusted and angry because a cat was ate, that would be preposterous! People are sick and angry because some revolting psychopath is killing cats for sh/ts and giggles.

As I said before, the action is not what disgusts people, the INTENTION is what's disgusting. The individual in the video is very disturbed and enjoys seeing the suffering of animals. That's peoples problem.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:35 PM
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Originally posted by Foxy1
"His snake was not starving. And nobody cares that a cat was fed to a snake. You are completely missing the point."

"He fed a cat to his snake for pleasure, because he's a psychopath." --the king tutt guy with anonymous face mask

you say nobody cares that a cat was fed to a snake. So if he fed a mouse to his snake or a rabbit would it make him a psychopath?
Forgive me if I lack your insightful psychological profiling professionalism, But I didnt watch the video like you (obviously did) because im not attracted to sick and twisted death scenarios like you say this guy is.
edit on 4-12-2011 by Foxy1 because: grammer

edit on 4-12-2011 by Foxy1 because: spelling


No it wouldn't make him a psychopath. Hell, feeding a cat to a snake wouldn't make you a psychopath, if it's a cultural norm. But here in the West, feeding kittens to snakes is not normal, and that's the difference.

Now, if you want to argue that there shouldn't be a different and that all animals are equal, I agree with you completely. But you are still missing the point. The point is not whether all animals should be judged equal, the point is not that as Westerners we're hypocritical in regards to what animals are acceptable to kill and what aren't, the point is the individual in this video is CLEARLY mentally disturbed, and feeding cats to his snake to get himself off.

I'm struggling to see how you cannot grasp this.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:40 PM
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Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop
You've stated no facts. You are wrong. You are wrong not for what you say, but for what you don't say, and what you lack the intelligence to comprehend.

Nobody cares that a snake ate a cat. Therefore, your entire post is invalid. Because you completely miss the reason for out roar and disgust.

People are not disgusted and angry because a cat was ate, that would be preposterous! People are sick and angry because some revolting psychopath is killing cats for sh/ts and giggles.

As I said before, the action is not what disgusts people, the INTENTION is what's disgusting. The individual in the video is very disturbed and enjoys seeing the suffering of animals. That's peoples problem.


Actually there are a lot of people that are disgusted that a snake ate a cat (at least, as far as their post seem). However, I am merely looking at this from a logical point of view. Not an emotional or intuitionally based perspective, and while it may seem very obvious to you and other what the intention of this person was, you will never be able to factually conclude what it really was, even if it was for the intention you say.

You are not that person, you do not have his mind, mental process, or thoughts. So, you can not logically say what his intentions are. Furthermore, as I have state multiple times, the concept of "disgusting" is simply another form of dualism and is based purely off of subjective opinions.

Again, I am not saying what is right or wrong. I am just arguing for the sake of logic.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:45 PM
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Originally posted by ErroneousDylan

Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop
You've stated no facts. You are wrong. You are wrong not for what you say, but for what you don't say, and what you lack the intelligence to comprehend.

Nobody cares that a snake ate a cat. Therefore, your entire post is invalid. Because you completely miss the reason for out roar and disgust.

People are not disgusted and angry because a cat was ate, that would be preposterous! People are sick and angry because some revolting psychopath is killing cats for sh/ts and giggles.

As I said before, the action is not what disgusts people, the INTENTION is what's disgusting. The individual in the video is very disturbed and enjoys seeing the suffering of animals. That's peoples problem.


Actually there are a lot of people that are disgusted that a snake ate a cat (at least, as far as their post seem). However, I am merely looking at this from a logical point of view. Not an emotional or intuitionally based perspective, and while it may seem very obvious to you and other what the intention of this person was, you will never be able to factually conclude what it really was, even if it was for the intention you say.

You are not that person, you do not have his mind, mental process, or thoughts. So, you can not logically say what his intentions are. Furthermore, as I have state multiple times, the concept of "disgusting" is simply another form of dualism and is based purely off of subjective opinions.

Again, I am not saying what is right or wrong. I am just arguing for the sake of logic.


You're not arguing for the sake of logic, you're arguing for the sake of arguing.

If you seriously think this individual is feeding cats to his snake for anything other than pleasure I have to question your naivety. What other reason would there be? I can't think of any?

And of course disgusting is subjective and my opinion, I'm not going to give you somebody elses opinion am I



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:45 PM
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Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
reply to post by derpif
 


I have to agree with you on that one. Very dangerous of the snake's life, however, that is still valuing the life of the snake over the life of the cat, is it not? I would know, I actually own a snake. (of course, it is just a Corn Snake). Like I said, I do agree with your point on the snake's life but this isn't really what I am arguing about. Most people seem to have a morality issue with the fact that the kittens physical life is now over because it was fed to a snake.


anything you feed to a snake you are not giving the snakes life more value than the life you fed it. maybe a mouse cost less than a snake at the pet store, But when a mohican indian would kill a deer he would kneel and say a prayer of thanks to the deer and he would address the deer as his brother..rather he would adress the deer as an equal.
no no sir you are wrong in assuming the poster is giving the snakes life more value than the kittens.
edit on 4-12-2011 by Foxy1 because: spelling

edit on 4-12-2011 by Foxy1 because: grammer



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:49 PM
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First of all, snakes have no morality- they SURVIVE.


So do some of us, we're all just trying to get by on a rock in decay.

So, because the guy takes delight in feeding kitty to Monty you take the moral high ground ?

When a couple of Kitties trespassed into my garden and ripped my daughters bunnies to bits suffering a slow death just for the hell of it, I condemned Kitties in the same way that you are condemning Dickbrain snakeboy, Kitties got dispatched rather swiftly. No it didn't make my daughter feel better, but I got it off my chest and sent a strong message to all kitties.

If you had the power and authority to prevent this action ever occurring again you no doubt will apply the same ruling to anyone who's ever given a fly to a venus fly trap or becomes orgasmic when watching their million dollar Afghan hound scoff down volumes of canned other animal.

The USA is currently mutilating and killing thousands of little humans in a country most of it citizens are too ignorant to find on a map, but one of the citizens takes delight in feeding his pet and we must all get our breasts out over it ?

By the same token may I assume you are disgusted and outraged by every person that thought The Passion of Christ is one of the best films ever made ?



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:51 PM
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I think what is offending is through what lengths he goes to make it look as mean as possible.
He doesn't care for the snake nor the kitten.
He choose the kitten just to show off what a tough guy he is, and fails miserably.
This is animal cruelty for shock value.
That makes him a coward and everything but tough.
What a weak little lowlife.


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