Louisiana has just become the 21st state to ban Internet hunting, a "sport" that involves, for the payment of a fee, the ability to access the web-site of a preserve which contains deer. Through streaming video, you can see the deer, and through the click of a mouse can enjoy the magic of "hunting".
You simply point your mouse at the desired game, which produces a virtual crosshairs target. You then click the mouse, which somehow is attached to a rifle which is fired somehow, killing the animal. You then have the option of having the animals stuffed hide and horns delivered to your doorstep, there to adorn the walls of your den.
Well, as sorry as this is, I guess it is an improvemnt over the Dick Cheny style of hunting, which seems to be pulling up in your car to where the game is, and casually blowing away as many as you can (in his case game birds) from the comfort of your air-conditioned or heated automobile. At least here you don't have to worry about shooting your friends.
Still, it's good this has been outlawed. If you want to hunt, by God go out in the wild and walk and stalk your prey and hunt, like a fucking man. Leave the fucking armchair bullshit for the Sunday NFL.