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What do you think about bullfighters and bullfihthing?? An art or a crime?
Jun 13, 2010 9:30 PM
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i think its a precious traditional culture. 
June 14, 2010
The bulls are bred specifically for the sport. If it were not for the sport, these bulls would not exist. Furthermore, the bulls have a very good life (they live the Life of Riley) before their admittedly frantic and cruel death. I think bullfighting is cruel in one repsect, but in another it's an art form. I used to live in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain, which has the third largest bullring in the world. In fact, I lived on the same street as the bullring, so I witnessed at first hand the important role that bullfighting plays in the local culture. After watching bullfighting on TV and in the arena, I can appreciate the skill of the great toreros, and I also respect the people's right to practice this sport. Do I agree with it 100%? No. But then there are many things I don't fully agree with, however that doesn't mean they should all be banned.
June 14, 2010
i think its test for a man to become a good bullfighter its not just easy i am not sure but it was a part of their culture. in the other side if we are going to look its not fair for animals to make fun before it will be killed. cowboy...
June 14, 2010
It's cruel to the bulls and bull fighters.
June 13, 2010
I can appreciate a fighter in fancy dress throwing spears into bulls while crowds cheer for him (or the bull), the proud blood spilling onto the dry, hot sand of the stadium field----in the 12th century, not the 21st.
June 13, 2010
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