Animal rights activists and IQ

Recreational hunter, 60 million BC

Recreational hunter, 60 million BC

Jokester posts picture of Stephen Spielberg posing in front of dead triceratops and asks readers to “name and shame this despicable recreational hunter” – the animal rights crowd obliges.

One Facebook commenter who misunderstood Branscomb’s humour was Penelope Rayzor Bachand. She labelled Spielberg an ‘inhumane prick and ‘animal killer.’

‘Steven Spielberg, I’m disappointed in you. I’m not watching any of your movies again ANIMAL KILLER,’ she ended her impassioned rant.

Penelope and her crowd had much more to say, all harsh.

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11 responses to “Animal rights activists and IQ

  1. Mickster

    Reminds me of Mark Twain’s saying – “better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than open it and remove all doubt”. Hooray for cosmetology school!

  2. anon

    PETA members are not exactly MENSA eligible, calling for a protest today in NYC at J. Crew’s flagship store. Fur? Kinda. They are against the use of wool, saying its inhumane to sheer sheep.

    “On the heels of PETA’s recent investigation into the wool industry, we’re planning a demo outside of J. Crew’s flagship store in NYC calling on the company to drop wool immediately. It’s crucial that we get a lot of people out there to really make a splash and strike while the iron is hot! ”

    As of this morning, a whopping 17 people have signed up to attend.

  3. Completely unsurprising, but still funny as hell. It proves that truth very often really is stranger than fiction.

  4. for dearth of synaptic activity, Lamebook is without peer. your own mental acuity will suffer if you remain on the site too long.

  5. Mazama

    Democrats are using this as a test to identify prospect “progressive” voters. Anyone who, after viewing the picture, goes on a rant against Spielberg passes their test.

  6. Fred

    I have to admit I’m thinking, what gun for Triceratops?

    My first reaction is, it’d better have the words “Armour piercing”, “Auto”, “cannon” and “stabilized” in it’s spec sheet. And if it’s mounted on a fast armored vehicle, so much the better.

    I’m pretty sure nothing that’s fire able from standing position ( .458 Win, 11 mm Nitro Express, et al.) is appropriate, or even safe.

    Those are herd animals with a “face the enemy” & charge it lifestyle, a really bad attitude, small brains, massive bones and muscles, and from the front, a glacis of bone that would make a cape buffalo look like stuffed toy.

  7. Fred2

    Maybe.. but I’m not thinking a Shotgun has the both the oomph & penetration.

    I’m thinking nothing less than .50cal BMG but I’m not sure that can be fired from standing, if only because you’d need arms like a gorilla to hold the rifle and have to weigh at least 300lbs to comfortably offset the recoil on those things. That’s a lot of momentum out the front end.

    The secondary problem is the buggers come in the groups, and I’d hate to bag one and be impaled or crushed, either by a a dead one too stupid to fall down at my feet in time, or by it’s buddy before I could reload. Yah got’s to have a fast couple of shots ready, and be able to run like heck.

    Definitely an armoured car-based hunt.

    • what about Gauss Rifles? The ammo should also contain heart stunner, so every single hit will cause a small-to-medium-sized heart attack. Can you imagine a T-Rex having a heart attack?

  8. Zikan

    Save ammo, hunt activists.