Ever so slightly biasing the headline

Nightmare before Easter: hunters shoot thousands of bunnies in New Zealand

Bunnies? There’s good eating on rabbits.

12 thoughts on “Ever so slightly biasing the headline”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    New Zealand can try to save what is left of its indigenous wild life. Or they can refuse to kill bunnies.

    No sane environmentalist would deny that the rabbits have to go. They have a moral obligation to kill those rabbits. Gaia demands it.

    Although I suppose they could introduce some more weasels.

  2. Carving a rabbit is a lot of work for exiguous amounts of meat. The only good rabbit is one used enthusiastically in some of my films

  3. So Much For Subtlety

    Rocco Siffredi – “The only good rabbit is one used enthusiastically in some of my films”

    +1 New Zealand needs you mate. Best thing of all, people won’t look oddly at any of your female costars if you just use rabbits. You would be fighting for the environment and the right of women not to be objectified at the same time.

    Of course for the British market you might have to look in to squirrels.

  4. One of the pubs near here has been offering a Hot Cross burger for their Easter special. It’s just their regular burger with a cross on the bun. First time I walked past the sign I thought it was a bit of a swizz and that they ought to do something more fully in the spirit of Easter – like offering a rabbit burger or something.

  5. Bloke in Costa Rica

    Rabbits are vermin, but they are quite nice in a pie. I used to go lamping when I was at school. They’re wily little shits which is why it’s generally easier to send a couple of ferrets down the warren. Cleaning them is a bit of a bugger but not too bad once you get used to it.

    Last time I had rabbit was in some tapas. It was damn good.

  6. Read many years ago of a sign at a butchers:

    Watership Down.
    You’ve read the book,
    You’ve seen the film,
    Now eat the stars!

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