Several of the threads about fenced hunting have had that thought included when discussing non-resident hunters. I would like to address that thought.
WE ARE ALL DIFFERENT. We choose different paths through life. Some of those paths include a "high pressure" way of life where "time is money". I personally thank those who choose to make their way through life that way.
Several who post on this site use "satellite feeds" to be able to connect to others of similar interest. Those satellites, computers, and other electronic devices didn't appear by magic (we should include GPS, new ammunition, LED lights, variable scopes, etc). Someone (who probably lived in a "pressure cooker" world) developed them. Ditto for medical practices that have extended our lives and helped us be more healthy.
We (who have more time to spend) need to understand that they are different people with different values. We don't need to pity them - just accept that they are different.
So someone who considers a 3 day hunt as a long time hunt needs a guide who does everything except pull the trigger. If that hunter decides to put his/her trophy in the record books and on the wall - so be it. If the trophy is "steaks, chops, roasts, & burger" so be it. Just don't waste excellent food (and that goes for veggies & fruit also).
Now, before someone starts on me - let me explain: I spent nearly 50 years as a biology teacher; I'm married to an identical twin; and neither of my children are school teachers. In fact, both my children make their livelyhoods in those "pressure cooker" positions. My son would have made a terrible school teacher. He does a great job writing computer grants for Indiana University. My daughter is "Advertising Director" for a newspaper. Talk about "pressure" - UGH
So - please reconsider before you diss someone who looks at hunting (or fishing, camping, hiking, etc) differently than you.