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Originally posted by Gseven
reply to post by sugarcookie1
I absolutely would not. What's entertaining about death and violence? If it is necessary for survival, that's one thing, but for entertainment in front of an audience? Barbaric much? What's the point of having a larger, more advanced brain if we're only going to behave like animals? Even animals don't fight for sport, so maybe that's offensive even to them.
Originally posted by sugarcookie1
I was wondering if someone would bring the subject of death row inmates or lifers being asked to go in the ring for there freedom the problem i see with that is i don't think id want someone like that on the streets or in my neighborhood..
The whole thing to me is just barbaric but we all have different views on this subject..peace,sugarcookie1
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