Interesting. I think I should add some clarity. I said, "Personally not a fan of a wall full of animal heads". This got a few retorts and agreements, but most missed my point. I am so very disappointed in how today's instant media culture has changed how we perceive...and react to each other.
Just because someone does not like walls adorned with dead animal heads, does not mean that they abhor hunting, or don't hunt, or for that matter, don't own a gun.
Just because someone hunts, does not mean they practice glutinous, uncaring, or irresponsible actions during hunting.
Just because the meat eaten after an animal is killed on a Safari, does not mean that that species in not dwindling in numbers, and is not usually harvested for food.
We as people, would do well to ask for clarity before labeling. Also, and this is the whole point of this post, it would truly benefit our species, if we could learn how to curb our prejudices. We ALL have them, but if we take a second to look past them, we can often find common ground with whatever we are at odds with.
I don't care for a wall of dead animal heads, because I don't relate to proudly displaying my kill. To each.... his or her own.