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post #101 of 500 Old 04-21-2011, 02:37 PM
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As it stands right now, I wouldn't eat horse meat because of my own personal squeamishes. I would, however, sponsor a program that slaughtered unwanted and neglected horses and sent them to starving children, if such a program existed. It takes care of two majorly depressing issues: Animal cruelty and human starvation.

Now, lemme just tell you, if the apocalypse hits and there is no meat to be found... you can bet your booty that Dixie the Fatty out there in my pasture better plan her escape, because she'll be feeding us. It would take the apocalypse for me to eat a horse, but if the apocalypse happened, I'd do it.
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post #102 of 500 Old 04-21-2011, 02:43 PM
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I think that would be a FANTASTIC idea!! I haven't ever thought about it but it would be awesome..

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I sincerely adore these threads <3

As it stands right now, I wouldn't eat horse meat because of my own personal squeamishes. I would, however, sponsor a program that slaughtered unwanted and neglected horses and sent them to starving children, if such a program existed. It takes care of two majorly depressing issues: Animal cruelty and human starvation.

Now, lemme just tell you, if the apocalypse hits and there is no meat to be found... you can bet your booty that Dixie the Fatty out there in my pasture better plan her escape, because she'll be feeding us. It would take the apocalypse for me to eat a horse, but if the apocalypse happened, I'd do it.
That'd be a good idea.

The only spot we differ is in the case of an apocalypse leading to the end of the world. I think I'd rather die than worry about staying in a world that's going to end anyway.
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post #104 of 500 Old 04-21-2011, 02:52 PM
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That'd be a good idea.

The only spot we differ is in the case of an apocalypse leading to the end of the world. I think I'd rather die than worry about staying in a world that's going to end anyway.
LOL! That makes sense. I'm a survivalist though, so I plan to be one of a dozen or so people battling it out for world supremacy if mankind is obliterated

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post #105 of 500 Old 04-21-2011, 03:00 PM
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LOL! That makes sense. I'm a survivalist though, so I plan to be one of a dozen or so people battling it out for world supremacy if mankind is obliterated
ROFL, I have ZERO desire to survive in such circumstances, so on the chance I DO survive ya'll have my permission to shoot me in the head with a bullet and use my carcass as you see fit! I know I sure as heck would rather be shot than starve to death!
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ROFL, I have ZERO desire to survive in such circumstances, so on the chance I DO survive ya'll have my permission to shoot me in the head with a bullet and use my carcass as you see fit! I know I sure as heck would rather be shot than starve to death!
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HAHA They can shoot me too! That way I wouldn't have to do it myself
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Lol I would try to survive..if there were quite a few people left you and I can plan together and dominate the other people for control of the world..all non horsey people would be exiled if they wont accept the contageous disease we all carry.. we could live for a WHILE off your Dixie and my Hickory..he is nice an juicy lol.

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post #108 of 500 Old 04-21-2011, 03:20 PM
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Faye - you've got my curiosity now I must ask what it tastes like? Feel free to pm me if you want, lol :)
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To me it tastes slightly richer then top quality beef. SOme people have described it as sweeter then beef but I don't think so.

TBH I Personaly think that if you swaped beef mince for horse meat mince and put it in a burger hardly anyone would be able to tell the difference, maybe someone accustomed to eating horse meat might.

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WOW!!!! Horses are not to be eaten to me eating a horse is like eating a person!! But that's just me! I.

I suspect there are some PEOPLE I would rather eat than deal with......
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post #110 of 500 Old 04-21-2011, 05:37 PM
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Thanks Faye. It sounds good, if I'm ever somewhere to try it, I think I will.

Allison - I agree completely!!!!!! You had me busting up over that one :)
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