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Mike: Your memory isn't working. Have you forgotten when we used to hunt together in the back streets? Friend: You mean when we used to get up on the garage roof with some bricks and when the rats came out , we'd get them? Mike: Yes , we used to spend many a sporting evening that way. Friend: But you can't say something like that was hunting. Mike: Why not? And to our shame , we didn't even take them for food or their skins for clothes. We only did it to enjoy ourselves. As I remember , with your keen eye and strong arm , you were very successful. Friend: But they were only rats. And everybody knows that rats are no good. That's why when you're mad at somebody , you call him a dirty rat. You don't call him a dirty duck or a dirty bunny. Mike: True , a rat is a rodent , but so are the rabbit and many other cute little animals. So it is possible that you killed a 44th cousin of Mickey Mouse or even Bugs Bunny. Friend: Maybe so , but I'm not going to apologize for killing them , the dirty rats. Mike: How heartless! Some of them may have been loving mama rats , or caring daddy rats. Think of how many of their little ones you have made orphans and the childhood trauma they suffered. Friend: You're using the old trick of mixing apples and oranges. I'm talking about fur coats.

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マイク:あなたの記憶はうまく機能していない。      私たちが、裏通りで一緒によく狩りをした時のこと忘れてしまったのですか? 友達 :以前、レンガをもって瓦屋根の上へ登った時ネズミたちが出てきてやっつけたのことを言ってるのです      か? マイク:そうだよ、私たちはそんなふうにして狩りの夕べを過ごしたのであった。 友達 :しかし、あなたはそのような何かが狩りであったとは言うことができない。 マイク:どうして?       そして、恥ずかしいことですが食料のためや衣服の毛皮のために捕まえたのではなかった。      私たちは、私たち自身が楽しむためだけにそれをした。      私が覚えている限りでは、あなたは鋭い目とじょうぶな腕であなたはとてもうまくやっていた。 友達 :しかしそれらはただのネズミでした。      そして、みんなそのネズミはよくないものと知っています。      それが、あなたが誰かに腹を立てるとき、あなたが彼を汚いネズミと呼ぶ理由である。      あなたは、彼を汚いアヒルや汚いウサギとは呼ばない。 マイク:確かに、ネズミはげっ歯類である、しかしうさぎや多くのかわいい小動物たちもそうである。      だから、あなたはミッキーマウスまたはバックス・バニーの44番目のいとこを殺した可能性があるのです。 友達 :そうかもしれません、しかし私はその汚いネズミたちを殺したことに謝るつもりはありません。 マイク:なんと冷酷なんだ!      彼らのうち何匹かは、愛情に満ちたお母さんネズミたち、または世話をしてくれるお父さんネズミだった      かもしれない。      どれくらい多くの小さなネズミをあなたが孤児にしてしまったのか、また子ども時代彼らが経験した心的      外傷について考えなさい。 友達 :あなたはりんごとみかんをごちゃ混ぜにする古い手を使っている。      私は毛皮のコートについて話しているのです。  

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