"oh, I donate the meat to a local homeless shelter."
Is that what a responsible trophy hunter is? Passing off the "spoils" to the "less fortunate"? Or perhaps passing off the responsibility for the waste of it. "Hey, it's not my fault the carcass went to waste, I gave it to someone else. It's not my waste; it's their waste, but ain't that an awesome rack?"
An unexamined life?
I am guilty of judging others, who I perceive, haven't the capacity to judge them selves. That isn't applicably ethical. Fail. How can you tell? I think I have a problem. It seems so clear to me, I really have a hard time thinking it takes that "much" awareness for anyone else, that I should have to explain it, and then I wonder if they wouldn't be better off having figured it out for them self. And ain't that a tag. Perhaps I haven't figured anything out at all. I'm the trophy hunter, not after animals as game but ideas. Big rack, as epiphany, beyond that it is a guess.