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post #101 of 156 Old 08-12-2010, 08:01 PM
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From somewhere in the deepest part of my brain where I keep odd and just plain strange facts, I believe that people cook up like pork loin. Which means white meat.
Thats just disgusting! *headshake*

you'll enjoy that...
So, I looked up and sort of half researched the taste of human flesh, because you speed racer had me curious...

a direct quote from Armin Meiwes I guess a famous German cannibal..
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"The flesh tastes like pork, a little bit more bitter, stronger. It tastes quite good."
And another quote from William Buehler Seabrook who obtained a piece of human meat from a medical intern in Paris,
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"It was like good, fully developed veal, not young, but not yet beef. It was very definitely like that, and it was not like any other meat I had ever tasted. It was so nearly like good, fully developed veal that I think no person with a palate of ordinary, normal sensitiveness could distinguish it from veal. It was mild, good meat with no other sharply defined or highly characteristic taste such as for instance, goat, high game, and pork have."
Maybe it depends on the person? I dunno heres the whole article...
What Does Human Flesh Taste Like? | The Lay Scientist

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When I was younger, -maybe 10 or 11- I had to do a Eco booth at a local girl scout fair. I choose to do my booth on animal testing. When I looked it up on Google there it was.. PETA..

I read online at their kids section, and found some good information (keep in mind I was a young child and did not know about PETA) and when I was done, I emailed PETA asking for permission to use some of there information on my bored. -looking back, I was only 10 so I am quite proud of myself for doing it- they happily responded, and even offered to mail me some hand outs to give out at my booth. Fantastic. So, of course I said sure. A few week before the fair, our door bell rings and outside the front door stand six packages. One full of stuffed "NO ANIMAL TESTING" bunnies, one full of "STOP ANIMAL TESTING" Comic books, and four full packages stuffed with "STOP ANIMAL TESTING" stickers. Keep in mind each package had about thirty sticker booklets and maybe fifty stickers in each book.

Lets just say it was a looonnnggggg joyful task to get rid of the all.

*drips sarcasm*

I still don't know what happened to them..
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O, dear Lord, Speedracer, yes...how could have I neglected the hides of the Naugas! A travesty!
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post #104 of 156 Old 08-12-2010, 09:04 PM
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When I was younger, -maybe 10 or 11- I had to do a Eco booth at a local girl scout fair. I choose to do my booth on animal testing. When I looked it up on Google there it was.. PETA..

I read online at their kids section, and found some good information (keep in mind I was a young child and did not know about PETA) and when I was done, I emailed PETA asking for permission to use some of there information on my bored. -looking back, I was only 10 so I am quite proud of myself for doing it- they happily responded, and even offered to mail me some hand outs to give out at my booth. Fantastic. So, of course I said sure. A few week before the fair, our door bell rings and outside the front door stand six packages. One full of stuffed "NO ANIMAL TESTING" bunnies, one full of "STOP ANIMAL TESTING" Comic books, and four full packages stuffed with "STOP ANIMAL TESTING" stickers. Keep in mind each package had about thirty sticker booklets and maybe fifty stickers in each book.

Lets just say it was a looonnnggggg joyful task to get rid of the all.

*drips sarcasm*

I still don't know what happened to them..
I think that was quite ambitious and intelligent as such a young child! Really, PETA does (or used to) offer some half-decent awareness. I think I'd almost rather put up with them then live in a world that was still TOTALLY oblivious to animal suffering. Radicals are always going to be radical, regardless of what they're being radical about, but they can be good for promoting awareness to intelligent human beings like yourself who take it at face value and don't off the handle with it.

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post #105 of 156 Old 08-12-2010, 11:04 PM
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I always feel guilty when I eat a salad. I mean at least animals have brains and legs so they have a chance to escape. I can't help it though when I eat a salad. I picture the poor cabbage growing in the middle of a lovely field not hurting anyone soaking up the sun when its life is ended right in its prime just to end up on my plate.
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I always feel guilty when I eat a salad. I mean at least animals have brains and legs so they have a chance to escape. I can't help it though when I eat a salad. I picture the poor cabbage growing in the middle of a lovely field not hurting anyone soaking up the sun when its life is ended right in its prime just to end up on my plate.
BAhahahahahahahahahhaha!!!!!!!!!!!

L-O-V-E IT!!!

Poor carrots!!! They never see it coming either!
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post #107 of 156 Old 08-13-2010, 03:41 AM
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BAhahahahahahahahahhaha!!!!!!!!!!!

L-O-V-E IT!!!

Poor carrots!!! They never see it coming either!
or potatoes... with their heads and eyes in the dirt all the time....

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post #108 of 156 Old 08-13-2010, 11:58 AM
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Yes, the poor veggies. They are far worse off than the animals. ='[

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And here the human population is, just ignoring they're abuse!! Its horrible! Do you know the damage that these creatures go through when a combine goes through a field harvesting them? I mean the horror! The agony!! Its almost unbearable!

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I always feel guilty when I eat a salad. I mean at least animals have brains and legs so they have a chance to escape. I can't help it though when I eat a salad. I picture the poor cabbage growing in the middle of a lovely field not hurting anyone soaking up the sun when its life is ended right in its prime just to end up on my plate.
Excellent point. It is defenseless.
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