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Bulls gore the darndest things

Oct 4, 2010, 11:29 AM EDT

If you know me, then you know that my prized possession is my collection of people getting gored by bulls. If these were wild creatures attacking innocent campers, that would be sick. But since the bulls are forced to participate by effeminate men in tights speaking Spanish and tormenting them with swords, then it’s perfectly acceptable. I just love seeing bullies and abusers get what’s coming to them; I’m even thinking of having all my photos made into a trading card series, or a web site (Mark Zuckerberg; please don’t steal this idea).
This photo is an old one, but new to me. And following the jump, more photos which follow this theme.


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On the plus side, these countries are cultivating a marvelous number of sopranos.
Meanwhile, the Spanish continue to strip and paint themselves in protest of bullfighting. In mid-September, anti-bullfighting protestors demonstrated outside the Las Ventas bullring in Madrid, organised by the ‘La tortura no es cultura’ platform, (Torture is not culture). The main bone of contention: Demonstrators said that more than 2 million euros of public money is given annually to keep the bullfighting business alive.
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Madrid bullring sees new anti-bullfighting protest [TypicallySpanish.com]

  1. bellison - Oct 4, 2010 at 2:50 PM

    I agree with you 100% – I dont’ understand how supposedly “enlightened” people deem cruelty to animals as sport – I think the bulls should get them all!!! The Spanish are disgusting.

  2. alan - Oct 4, 2010 at 3:28 PM

    Yeah, how can this be considered a sport. its disgusting. I like professional boxing

  3. toosano - Oct 4, 2010 at 3:44 PM

    Paybacks are a bitch!

  4. william - Oct 4, 2010 at 6:50 PM

    go bulls–kill every one of those sadistic spanish bastards!!

  5. tbs - Oct 4, 2010 at 7:08 PM

    Why can’t the Spanish be civilized — like, say those Japanese fishermen who slaughter dolphins because it’s part of their culture?

  6. bubba_jank - Oct 4, 2010 at 7:22 PM

    You’re all effeminate idiots. The bulls are brought to the butcher to be sold for meat, so it’s not like they are throwing away the bull in the dumpster. It’s been done for centuries.

  7. karnaj - Oct 4, 2010 at 8:15 PM

    folks, bubba here is correct. The only meat that we kill that goes to total waste is human! As for the poor gentleman doing this profession, the risk is not different for them than a mountain biker doing xtreme sports and racking the pool table on the bike forks or stabilizer bar. Ouch, and wouldn’t wanna be ya. Or as Forest Gump once said…
    “Stupid is as stupid does”

  8. shegundala - Oct 4, 2010 at 9:58 PM

    So, it’s been done for centuries…Think maybe it’s time for a change–shmuck??

  9. shegundala - Oct 4, 2010 at 10:01 PM

    You’re not making any sense, carnage. Try again

  10. Tony Metler - Oct 5, 2010 at 2:40 AM

    It’s Bullfighting, Shegundala. What is there to make sense? Besides, wouldn’t it be easier to go out there with a .357 instead of pointy stick and just blow the bull’s brains out?

  11. muhangis - Oct 5, 2010 at 2:58 AM

    Either way it is a slaughter animal – thus they all suffer the same fate and that is going to the slaughterhouse to fulfill ppl’s empty tummies.
    So then it’s worse to sport a bull’s life in bull fighting, than it is to confine a bull since the day it is born to the day it dies in a cage, and depriving the animal of every day of it’s freedom??? No I am not a vegan or a spokesman for PETA or anything — but our country is no less guilty for cruelty to its slaughter animals.
    It is tragic all around. But atleast you can argue in a sense this sport is allowing the animal’s to do something with their life. Otherwise every other bull lives its life essentially confined to prison (within bars/gates.)
    So quit the high and mighty attitude folks that we are any better than them, and let’s not be racist against Spaniards just because we don’t understand or don’t live in that culture.

  12. muhangis - Oct 5, 2010 at 3:00 AM

    Either way it is a slaughter animal. Thus they all suffer the same fate and that is going to the slaughterhouse to fulfill ppl’s empty tummies.
    So then it’s worse to sport a bull’s life in bull fighting, than it is to confine a bull since the day it is born to the day it dies in a cage, and depriving the animal of every day of it’s freedom??? No I am not a vegan or a spokesman for PETA or anything — but our country is no less guilty for cruelty to its slaughter animals.
    It is tragic all around. But atleast you can argue in a sense this sport is allowing the animal’s to do something with their life. Otherwise every other bull lives its life essentially confined to prison (within bars/gates.)
    So quit the high and mighty attitude folks that we are any better than them, and let’s not be racist against Spaniards just because we don’t understand or don’t live in that culture.

  13. Texan - Oct 5, 2010 at 8:56 AM

    Typical of us Americans.
    Don’t we go “fishing”? Don’t we go “hunting’? And aren’t we killing animlas when we engage in this type of activities?
    We Americand do the same and worse. We pick on little fish and defenseless animals.

  14. Randall - Oct 5, 2010 at 10:51 AM

    Bullfighting is awesome. We should have more sports like this, the animal kingdom doesn’t have enough opportunities for revenge.

  15. BC - Oct 5, 2010 at 10:59 AM

    Ow. Mommy.

  16. ken dranchek - Oct 5, 2010 at 1:59 PM

    Brought to you by the folks who destroyed the Inca and Aztec civilizations. The perfect solution was described in “Childhood’s End”, by Arthur C. Clarke.

  17. muhangis - Oct 5, 2010 at 5:48 PM

    I’m just saying don’t be hypocritical. We don’t have any right to feel we actually treat our animals morally and they don’t!
    And atleast they’re not throwing everything of the animals life to waste like we do?
    Here, at any restaurant you’ll find the patrons wasting half the food to the trash. No outside foreign country has the gluttony like us… you can’t argue that fact!
    So tell me how these U.S. industrial farmers are any different from the bull fighters? Their not! It is far from a clean kill my friend.