I just got back from hunting this past weekend and a PETA person in our office gave me some friendly sass, I asked her what PETA was all about and she said its simply to treat animals ethicly. I agree with her on that, its just that i think its ethical to hunt and fish. I think its very ethical to raise chickens for the sold purpose of frying them. I think it totally ethical to raise pigs for several reasons, bacon, chops and ham just to name a few. I think its ethical to hook a fish in the mouth and then bonk and bleed it and eat it for supper. I think shooting animals for a bear skin rug is ethical. Some killing of animals is unethical. Shooting a moose or caribou and letting it lay and rot is unethical. Catching fish and putting them in the freezer only to throw them out two years later and keeping fish every year is unethical. To waste game and fish is unethical. Hunting for sport and to fill the freezer is very ethical. We need to treat game with respect and within the law. I cant wait for tomorrow night so i can leave hunting again to shoot some deer. After their point of being ethical they are nuts!