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2009-04-02 04:23:31
I know it's not a sport as such; that's why I wrote 'so-called sport'. The toreadors prance around and make fancy moves to distract the bull. That is seen as a performance, which requires some skill. Then they deliver the trust that kills the bull. To me, it's similar to people who go hunting, which requires some skill - simply for the 'sport' of it; in some cases for a trophy. In both cases, it's senseless killing of beautiful animals. Portugal bullfighting does not involve killing the bull.
2009-04-02 03:51:29
I'm not gonna try to defend bull fighing, Ms C..but it isn't a sport, and isn't intended to be..it's more of a ceremony, or performance..
2009-04-02 03:07:39
I agree with whoever added 'cruelty' to my tag. I am against bullfighting;; it's obscene in this day and age. That is why I put the caption 'Bull on strike', to show my displeasure with this so-called sport. So, I don't think this photo should have received -11. The photographer did a good job.