Sure. Though I think it would be better suited today for either a Netflix or immediate YouTube release to reach as wide of an audience as possible. I guess Rainer was just ahead of his time in that regard.The reason it's in there is to promote and defend HUNTING to misunderstanding ANTI-HUNTERS.
I do agree with it, as I said in the first paragraph of my comment. All I was saying was that it hadn't aged particularly well in the way it was worded, as it came across as somewhat pompous and a little corny.It couldn't have been said better AND i subscribe FULLY to what S. Ranier Josch said-and you should too!
I never implied that. The moment I was referring to had Rainer saying how this particular client was excited about the trophy quality of the buffalo on the mountain. And how that "concerned" him... Seriously? Not directed at you, but Rainer.not everyone is 100% concerned with trophy size.
I'm not bashing the price tag at all, and I completely understand why it is as high as it is. There are a few people here who bash some of the countries north of the "South Africa/Namibia/Botswana/Zimbabwe line" simply due to the fact that they can't afford it (hell, I can't) and therefore feel bitter.The 20K is due to the rather exotic location and economy there.
I'm not one of those people. All I was saying was that if a client were to spend 28k USD on a hunt, he's in every right to be excited about the trophy potential. Rainer was being silly in that instance. I'm sure if he were to look back at it today he would cringe a little bit as well. It's no big deal. We all say silly things from time to time.