yeah it's old news. whatever.
At 7/19/12 12:43 PM, Rapacity wrote:
I think people cry about animals getting hurt as opposed to other people because they know that animals are incapable of being avaricious, greedy or selfish, and therefore they may not do anything which can be viewed subjectively as "bad". With videos of people getting hurt, people rationalize that they may deserve it, I think.
But crying and bitching about someone throwing puppies in the river? They are only animals.
At 7/19/12 10:03 AM, Mydarklord wrote:
I think normal humans are hard-wired to want to care for babies regardless of species. Well not just humans, most animals. They have this innocence and vulnerability that brings out your nurturing protective side. It's the reason in the wild animals adopt other species sometimes, even ones they'd normally eat sometimes.
It's not just that she was hurting animals. Not even that it was extremely loyal animals that have huge hearts and want to please. It was that she deviated from the norm in a disturbing way. Someone who does stuff like that could also be a threat to other humans. It's natural to be worried about her doing more harm to more beings, especially because she could easily to it to humans too.