+262 it's more ethical to kill a serial killer than kill an innocent animal, amirite?

by Anonymous 11 years ago

i don't agree with the death penalty i just wanted to see what people would say about this wary

by Anonymous 11 years ago

ARE YOU THAT WOLF PERSON

by Anonymous 11 years ago

Yes, yes it is.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

OKAY

by Anonymous 11 years ago

I don't agree with the death penalty either, but I still think it would be more ethical to kill a serial killer than an innocent animal, if I had to choose.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

Are cows, chickens, pigs innocent?

by Anonymous 11 years ago

yes of course..they didn't do anything wrong

by Anonymous 11 years ago

are you a vegetarian?

by Anonymous 11 years ago

i want to be but i have to wait until college because my parents wont let me d

by Anonymous 11 years ago

What's the point in being a vegetarian? We evolved with canine fangs for a reason. And that reason is for delicious bacon and steak.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

Bacon is disgusting un

by Anonymous 11 years ago

Health reasons, ethical reasons. If not those, then simply because they want to. What's the point of eating junk food? Your body obviously doesn't want it in your system for a reason. Well the answer to that would simply be because you want to.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

You're disgusting. (Derp) What about the health reasons? Your body benefits from the proteins in meat, fish, and poultry. Be a vegetarian if you want, more steak for me.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

Seeing as humans are animals, yes obviously it makes more sense to kill a guilty person rather than an innocent person, IF YOU HAD TO.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

It makes more sense, but do you think it's more ethical?

by Anonymous 11 years ago

If someone kills another who is innocent with the intention to kill, then they've lost their right to life. Life is a beautiful thing, but you're not guaranteed it.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

It's not that it's ethical, but it's just //more// ethical. Lesser of two evils. Only if you were in a situation where you had to choose, beyond that, it's not ethical.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

Are you serious? Every single carnivorous animal then has lost their right to life, seeing as they eat meat to live and inevitably kill their prey.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

Hi Megan! hehe

by Anonymous 11 years ago

;___; how does everyone manage to blow my cover!

by Anonymous 11 years ago

Well yes, but if by "innocent animal" you mean animals born and raised for food then not really.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

I'm not a vegetarian but I HATE the concept of animals being raised for food.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

No shit, Sherlock.

by Anonymous 11 years ago

Its never ethical to kill. In fact, we may be able to study serial killers and find out what makes them that way and how to treat them so they never kill or can't kill again. Killing them won't get any information.

by Anonymous 11 years ago