Very good point which I forgot to mention.It's not like the bull has a choice. It's on the same level as dog fighting, cock fighting and all the inhumane animal fights we staged for fun back in the middle ages. As bad as boxing is at least the 2 humans have choice.
I was in Pamplona for the running of the bulls, and went to one of the free shows one morning. Everything up until the picador put the first spike into its back was fine, but first blood was when I got up and left. The look in the bull's eyes when it looked at the crowd, the confusion and pain, was palpable. I felt dirty for even having seen that much, and would never go again.its just a bull
bring on the hamburgers
Yeah but a "bull" in a slaughterhouse is not put into an arena for entertainment purposes... it's used for food.While true, the same sentiment can be said for any animal that goes to the slaughterhouse. It is never pleasant.
However, having grown up in Nebraska with family being in the cattle business, I have been somewhat desensitized to it and accept the reality of the situation...be that a good or bad thing.
The end result is the same, but yes I agree that the enjoyment in watching an animal die is sickeningYeah but a bull in a slaughterhouse is not put into an arena for entertainment purposes... it's used for food.
Sorry to say but the parallelism between the two is absent.