Let me make this clear. If you had a problem with the way the moose-icide went down, that’s fine. A barrage of paintballs can be a little extreme, especially if you know how it feels to get hit by said barrage (it’s good to make allies in paintball wars, not enemies). But to organize a vigil and protest over the matter? I don’t get it. I have seen vigils for missing children and family members; protests against drugs, violence and intolerance; communities coming together to remember and honor those who were victims of tragedy. So I’m sorry if I am not moved by this movement to shed a tear or take up the cross over an animal, no matter how majestic it may be.
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