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post #11 of 55 Old 05-19-2009, 04:14 PM
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the poor things arent even born yet, that's just horrible.

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post #12 of 55 Old 05-19-2009, 04:19 PM
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With the not born thing -- Wouldn't it be difficult to produce enough lambs to make a coat like this if you are killing the mother too?I wonder how they pull that off.
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post #13 of 55 Old 05-19-2009, 04:47 PM
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I refuse to own anything leather or anything that has fur (unless its alive of course)
Even my tack is going to be all nylon, or pleather (like wintec).
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Why is this any worse then killing bred cows for hamburgers at Burger King or McDonalds?
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post #15 of 55 Old 05-19-2009, 11:31 PM Thread Starter
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because they get used. Coats? Come on, use synthetics. Especially since these are babies (my mothing instict coming out). They toss out the bodies, at the very least they could use the meat. It's just such a waste.
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Not everyone wants to use sythetics nor should they I see nothing worse about lambs then calfs and think just because someone likes one product over another its then acceptable. To me all species are equal
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All species, fine, when you have children should I kill their mother and skin your baby for my new coat?
Not all species are equal, watch what you type.
It seems as though all you want is an argument.
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Seems to me the one picking a fight is you not me. When I said all species I'm talking livestock not people. Skinning people is illegal I in no way advocate doing illegal things animal or people I honestly never thought I'd have to explain the difereance between livestock laws and people laws.
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BTW I have children, 3 to be exact also 8 grand children. But no I don't think you should skin anyone to make a coat. Rather silly queastion you asked don't you think?
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Like I said I really see no differance between the lambs or the calfs from cows going to fast food places in the U.S. Other then maybe somethinking since its a product they use its then fine? When I was in Korea they ate dogs many people thought it wasteful that the U.S. Kills millions of them every year, burns, buries, or grinds them up then boils them to a liquid and uses them in household products. Its a huge world out there and thankfully not all places do things the same way as others.
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