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post #31 of 35 Old 11-10-2010, 01:22 PM
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Try avoiding these products too then.

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post #32 of 35 Old 11-10-2010, 01:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Lonestar22 View Post
Every animal has been selctivly bred. The horse you love and ride was probably selectively bred.

If you own a pure breed dog it was selectively bred. Englisg bull dog, for example, would barely exist if humans did not help them along. They can't breed well on their own. Most of them ar artificaly inseminated and have Csections because they cannot physically give birth.

It's people like those scientist that are the reason you are alive. I'm sure your parents weren't vegan or vegitarian. They ate meat. And no one's a vegan anyways. Everything you use everyday is made of some part of an animal. Not to be rude, but get over yourself. MORE MEAT FROM FEWER COWS. Sounds like a good idea to me.

I'm glad that there are practical people out there.
Excuse me for pointing something out - but at no point in this thread was I attacking anyone, especially not you who I don't think had even posted in this thread before this? So when you say "not to be rude" and then say something blatantly rude to me, it is taken rudely.

I simply gave my opinion, as did everyone who said things like "mm, tasty", etc. But I, unlike you, do not feel the need to attack other people for their personal opinions. Sure I could have a few choice words for comments like that, but why would I? It's not going to change their opinions on anything but that shouldn't mean that I should be disallowed to give my own opinion just because it may not be the opinion of the majority. That is the point of discussion forums - to share ideas, opinions, etc.
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post #33 of 35 Old 11-10-2010, 01:40 PM
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exactly. I gave you my opionion as well. Probably more bluntly than you were expecting. It is not a bad idea. It is not wrong. It's food. End of story.

We ARE higher up in the food chain, therefore we get to choose what happens to those below us. Not everyone agrees. Though most of us agree it should be done humanely. Instead of saying how bad it is for an animal to be treated humanely and used for a purpose why don't you try and use your passion for the animals that don't get treated humanelt. Go volunteer at a rescue.

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What Lone said.
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Ina, thank you for posting that. I like that little poster.
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post #35 of 35 Old 11-10-2010, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Alwaysbehind View Post
Ina, thank you for posting that. I like that little poster.
it's slightly mean - the conclusion at least - but nonetheless true and..informative.

I had no idea of how many things you can make out of a cow.
Well yes the cows do look horrible but so do the:

- shih tzu and most miniature dog breeds compared to the wolf
- those potbellied pigs compared to the boars
- the turkeys compared to the...wild turkeys (or are they extinct?)

and the examples could go on, we modified the appearance of certain breeds since domestication to present so much, you could hardly believe they belong to the same species.

I do not mind vegans , I respect them and honestly I think they might be healthier.
My only issue is with people who believe that food comes directly from god's hands in proportion with your needs, just because you / your family / your country are fortunate enough to go to bed with a filled stomach. Doesnt matter if its filled with spinach or beef.

No. Food is scarce and hard to get and humans have spent their entire existence trying to figure out - among others - how to get MORE food at LESS costs.
And we still do.


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