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11:31am on Sunday the 22nd of September
HOG-HUGGERS HECKLE HUSKY HERO
Eleven-year-old Jamison Stone of Alabama became the darling of a slow news cycle when over the Memorial Day weekend news agencies across the country published a photo of the apple-cheeked boy grinning over the gigantic carcass of a 10-foot boar.

The publicity prompted his father, Mike Stone, to create a Web site that features photos of the boy and his trophy, dubbed Monster Pig. It's also earned Jamison a bit part in an upcoming film "The Legend of Hogzilla," based on the tale of a superpig gunned down in Georgia in 2004.

With fame, however, comes criticism. The Stones have been accused of everything from doctoring photos to make the pig look bigger to unnecessarily torturing an animal.

"We've gotten a lot of negative e-mail," Mike Stone told ABCNEWS.com. "People have said they want to see my boy killed in a hunting accident and gutted like a pig."

In the negative comments section of their Web site, monsterpig.com, one angry visitor wrote: "Hurry up and enlist in the Army, I want to see you chased and shot at. And maybe beheaded on video for us to see. ...I will laugh while eating my veggie burger."
ABC News digg this
Bloodthirsty vegans? Why not. Say, I wonder how much damage it does to the environment to keep those veggie burgers frozen?

And then there's the concern about a little kid hunting wild animals. Well look, once the global warming apocalypse comes and everybody's scrabbling to survive, do you really want your children to depend on the mercy of the neighborhood warlord for their next meal? Or do you want them to be able to fend for themselves? Personally, I want my kid to survive, just as long as he never finds out who I am. (No, I didn't actually have sex, I was a sperm donor. Well... I left a jar of it in her fridge. It's called anticipating her needs, look into it.)
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