Have you found yourself caring more about animals than humans?
May 19, 2008 6:47am CST
My friends laugh when I say that in war scenes in movies, I always feel sorrier for the horse than its rider because, come on, the horse did not really want to be there, did it? But since it's an animal, it can't exactly speak up and say that it has a right to refuse involvement in the war, right? I just think that animals are innocent, not because they're all tame or domesticated because they're not, but they don't have a free will to exploit unlike humans. Everything they do, they do because it's in their nature to do or because it's what they've been trained to do.
21 May 08
hahahaha...how funny.... and if this is really true, how can they choose between the "actors" or "studs" and "stunt horses" or "workhorse"... thanks for the good zinger...:-D however, i appreciate the well-trained animals who performs in movies, they help with the plot and all that... it wouldn't be the same without them
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19 May 08
I have always cared deeply for animals. The offer unconditional love and loyalty without judgement or consideration of any faults or traits their humans have. My father used to say to me "If you treated people like you do animals you'd have to beat your friends off with a stick to get any privacy." They are total innocents.....pure love. People can't be trusted to not change their attitudes at the drop of hat.
19 May 08
hey! i used to feel the same way about the horses thing. did you watch "i am legend?" i couldn't stop thinking about the dog there... i'm like that when it comes to animals in the movies, my friends even scolded me for caring more for the dogs on tv than for the people.
19 May 08
I haven't seen 'I Am Legend' yet, but I can see what you mean. LOL I have a friend in particular who gives me an "Are you crazy" look whenever I comment about the horses. But I'm serious, i really feel sorry for those poor animals that my heart aches when I see them get hurt for no good reason.