With a conviction like that on his record, he shouldn't have ever been issued a hunting license again.
It's a sad story and the actions of all concerned were unsavory.
But I still think it has become the nature of our society to overreact to everything.
Whether it's the Confederate flag, or Cecil the Lion, or whatever else is the cause of the moment - everybody jumps all over it, gets totally invested in it, then forgets all about it when the next story of the week comes along.
Perhaps. I believe you love the natural world, and much of this story is sentimental. Yet, it remains powerful. Why? Indy
... are you callous? Get out of the "news" and look at the story. Can you not understand that CECIL
matters? Now. Because
he is dead. You and I will be long dead but CECIL
will be remembered long after.
And he was just a frickin' lion.