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Posted by 257wby on Apr 21 2006
You are right, If I shoot a goat or cat or cow, I will most likely not eat all the meat and will not bring it home.  The meat will be dealt with like all other african for horns and capes, I'll sell them or donate them.  Why can't my personal trophy be a picture of me with the hunted animal? An animal is more respected by having his horns in the garage or the basement?   And you don't have to understand, It's not your trophy, It's mine.

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