Monday, April 8, 2013

PETA Drones To "Stalk Hunters"

Sounds real intimidating doesn't it? LMAO! I'm already shaking in my Bambi-killing boots. I mean, I didn't have any hunting trips planned for the near future anyways but after reading this article it looks like the distant future is on hold as well. I'm going to have to put any type of hunting trip on hold indefinitely until I can at least get in a descent amount of time practicing the blasting of airbourne, moving targets.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is actively shopping for a drone that would "stalk hunters," the organization said Monday.  
Isn't it a crime to stalk someone? A serious crime in fact? So serious that even President zerO recognized January this year as "Stalking Awareness Month?" Someone should really inform PETA that stalking is a serious crime in this country and it will not be tolerated. Not by anyone.
The group says it will "soon have some impressive new weapons at its disposal to combat those who gun down deer and doves" 
It's all so dramatic. "[...] those who gun down deer and doves." Would these assholes lighten up a bit if hunters instead planted explosive charges all over the place and launched little bloody chunks of Bambi meat everywhere? It wouldn't really do the hunter any good, but all the other carnivores in the wild would love it.  Maybe rather than gunning down the doves we could just feed a few alka-seltzers to 'em and watch the fun as their insides explode and they die a slow and painful death. Would that make you assholes happy?
[...] and that it is "shopping for one or more drone aircraft with which to monitor those who are out in the woods with death on their minds." 
GMAFB! Now I've only been quail hunting a couple times, rabbit hunting once, and I still haven't had the chance to do any deer hunting. But I can tell you one thing; those times that I did go I can't recall anyone ever having death on their minds. It was more like we all had food on our minds, but that doesn't jive too well with the PETA narrative does it?
"The talk is usually about drones being used as killing machines, but PETA drones will be used to save lives," PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk said in a statement.
Go fuck yourself Ingrid E. Newkirk. Your shitty little self-serving organization is just another scam operation that bilks hard-earned money out of the naive and misinformed bird-brains (intended) out there so you can get up on your fuckin' soapboxes and preach more ignorance to the sheeple that are too stupid to know any better. You wanna save animals' lives? Stop killing all those adoptable animals in PETA's care, ya fugly bitch!
In order to legally operate the drone, it will likely need a certificate of authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration, a process which can take several months.
The group may want to carefully monitor its drone—last year, an animal rights group drone was shot down while it was attempting to monitor pigeon hunters in South Carolina.
LMAO! Yup, and I posted about that hilarious event here.

PETA really needs to fuck off and stop harrassing people who legally hunt and eat animals that were put on this planet to be hunted and eaten. Who the fuck do they think they are? It's ridiculous to take serious anything they say, or have any tolerance for these fuckin' hypocrits when PETA killed 90% of the adoptable dogs and cats in their care in 2012

Sorry PETA, but you motherfuckers need to clean your own house and stay the fuck out of everyone elses'. Go ahead and fly your fucking drone and stalk and harrass people who aren't doing anything illegal. You better have a damn good operator at the remote controls or hope your fuckin' drone can move faster than 2700 feet per second...


 




7 comments:

Gunny G said...

They should issue hunting licenses for PETA members!

CharlieDelta said...

Gunny G- It wouldn't only be fun, it would be beneficial in attempting to salvage what's left of a sane and rational citizenry in this country.

PETA is long overdue for a culling of the herd. Where can I sign up?

kerrcarto said...

Pull!

Fukitol said...

Genesis 1:28

Fuck the PETAphiles.

m_reichert58 said...

If you shoot at them and miss, remember that bullet has to come down somewhere.
Papa Mike
III

Greasywrench AKA rich b said...

I don't know how high up those drones fly but should a hunter mistakenly take one for a duck or goose it sure as hell wouldn't bother me at all.

Are any of you guys or gals skilled enough to hit it? Might be good for target practice anyway.

Just a thought....

CharlieDelta said...

Roger that Papa Mike. It wouldn't be easy to hit with a long rifle anyways, so the only thing I'd be shooting at it with is 12ga. pheasant loads or something similar depending on how close the thing was.

Greasywrench-
I would say that no matter how good someone's skills are it would still be a bitch to hit one of those PETA drones in the air while it's moving around with anything but a shotgun IMO. It sure as hell would be fun tryin' though.

Like Papa Mike said above, what goes up must come down, and I'm not one of those fuckin' idiots who rolls the dice on where that landing zone is going to be...