There is something called respect towards something you kill when you don´t have anything against it other than to either liberate it or eat it...
Even cavemen understood this in some way...
No, they really didn't. They used the same tactics that big cats use, stalk and ambush. It's one of the oldest tricks in the book, just short of charging the thing head on.
The difference is that it will probably result in the thing you're trying to kill actually dying, as opposed to yourself.
Cavemen took cheap shots just as much as the rest of the animal kingdom does.
Dark-Samus wrote:So if you got the chance of doing something you love the most one more thing before you die and they shoot you in the middle of it.
wouldn´t you want them to show you the respect of letting you finish it first?
First off, thats only in the case of an agreement being made.
Secondly, it's the pig's fault for not being in a better hiding spot. He obviously was a pretty crafty pig, getting that big and no one seeing him till now, but he slipped up.
War is an extension of economics and diplomacy through other means.
Economics and diplomacy are methods of securing resources used by humans.
Securing resources is the one necessary behavior for all living things.
War = Life