I never said that. Classic case of strawman right there.
duh, you said taking a picture of a kill is wrong, so I asked if taking a picture of prepared meat from another form of legal animal killing is also wrong.
Baiting is legal in certain areas, and where it is legal, the distinction of what is right or wrong in terms of taking photographs of dead animals, be they raw, cooked, or being cleaned, is minimal, and that's the point of my comment.
That's not a strawman Clam, but a very valid question unless you're a vegan who is completely against the killing of animals for food, sport, fun etc.
Pay attention to the unstated implications.
Also, if you, or others want arguments without logical fallacies, maybe you shouldn't use them yourselves.
An example is this:
I maintain firmly that baiting is the act of a narcissistic coward with too much time & money.
Its not a "man's" sport, its rich men feeding their egos but can't be bothered getting cold, wet & possibly failing.
Those are ad hominem attacks my friend.
You fail to mention that Booth has been an avid hunter since he was young. He has stated on a few occasions that he grew up in a hunting environment, and it has cultural and normative significance to him as an individual.
So with that, how is it fair to label him "a narcissistic coward with too much time & money" because he conforms to a perfectly legal hunting practise?
You've leapt, and you made a damning assumption based on your personal belief on an issue.
That's no way to form a cogent argument.