Saturday cartoon by Ralph Underhill




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6 Replies to “Saturday cartoon by Ralph Underhill”

  1. It's the central mistake so many people make isn't it? Giving far too much weight to people's supposed 'needs', and far to little to the genuine needs of other living things. Loved he not man the less, but nature more.

  2. The fascination of shooting as a sport depends almost wholly on whether you are at the right or wrong end of the gun. (P.G. Woodhouse - of course.)

  3. Mother-in-laws are a possible exception:
    How many mother-in-laws does it take to change a light bulb?
    Answer: One. She just has to insert the bulb into the ceiling socket and wait for the world to revolve around her.
    Another probable exception are some shooting estate owners who believe in a divine right to flout the law, to abuse moorland and to dismiss the neurological health those members of the public who have been lied to about the health benefits of lead-shot game.
    Such self-centred attitudes can only be formed and sustained when elitism, privilege and power combine to form a critical mass about which the generally unsuspecting public must inevitably orbit.
    That is until the truth is broadcast.


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