The very scenario I just described lies at the root of why my method of hunting has conjured such a dichotomous response of boo's and cheers. My numerous critics would have you believe that I am unethical and immoral for not killing the wounded Black Death immediately when first spotted. Obviously, I disagree.
What could possibly be more ethical or moral than to give the wounded beast a fighting chance, knowing full well that if I do not stop his charge, I will die? What more can I do to show my respect than to offer my life in return? This is a serious matter, because if I fail to kill him, I assure you, he will kill me. Death is certain to become one of us.
See for yourself -- I encourage you to watch my movies and come to your own conclusion. Then and only then will you know what I say is true.
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