Killing moths

Chap raptor56 at
Sat May 26 10:40:37 EDT 2001

Why don't you take this crap somewhere else?!

On 25 May 2001 20:44:56 -0700, gatrelle at (Ron Gatrelle)

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jane Dillonaire" <jdillonaire at>
>To: <leps-l at>
>Sent: Friday, May 25, 2001 9:37 PM
>Subject: Re: Killing moths
>> Freezer is faster and more humane, don't you think?
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>To leps-l (not Jane personally)
>This is just an observation and personal musing, so don't read too much
>into it. It is always interesting to _me_ to see how much many of us humans
>are interested in that which is humane to even bugs - but we are so
>non-activist about the inhumanity to our own kind (i.e. the excruciating
>torturous death of a human person via abortion by ones own parent - consult
>the documentary film "Silent Scream").
>I once watched a  Praying Mantis in our back yard in St Louis catch a honey
>bee - hold it at "arms" length and proceed to eat it alive - head first.
>There was no "concern" there about being humane. Nor with the spider and
>the butterfly.  The Buffalo has no concern if it is eating the last clump
>of an "endangered" grass.  The natural world doesn't give a rats behind
>about pain and devastation - it just cares about its next meal and mating
>season. And us? Well we all have to decide for ourselves.  Of course, me, I
>personally KNOW that we will all have to answer to a divine power once out
>tiny time here is over. No body thinks much about that any more either.
>Rev. Ron
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