PETA's great ideas keep a-rollin'

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Re: PETA's great ideas keep a-rollin'

Post by BostonBeaneater » 02 Aug 2016, 3:28pm

Marky Dread wrote:
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Fuck it, I had planned to kill you in the afterlife! :disshame:
Best get to work in this world while the sun is shining.
Seems too much like hard labour now. You get a pass.
Phew! No I just have to worry about Flex Flexington.
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Re: PETA's great ideas keep a-rollin'

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BostonBeaneater wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
BostonBeaneater wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
BostonBeaneater wrote:
Best get to work in this world while the sun is shining.
Seems too much like hard labour now. You get a pass.
Phew! No I just have to worry about Flex Flexington.
No problem just show him your big squirrel gun.
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Flex1973 has met his end.
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Post by Marky Dread » 02 Aug 2016, 4:05pm

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Post by Silent Majority » 03 Aug 2016, 3:21am

What a terrifying world this has quickly become.
'But also: hey dude, you can just go looking for more glasses. They're all free now. '

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Post by Marky Dread » 03 Aug 2016, 6:47pm

Silent Majority wrote:What a terrifying world this has quickly become.
Yeah I agree Sci-Fi movies just seem like reality Tv shows nowadays.
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Post by Marky Dread » 03 Aug 2016, 7:04pm

Rat Patrol wrote:¡THREADJACK!

PETA still sucks: http://www.cbssports.com/golf/news/peta ... e-to-this/

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The irony being I expect the vast majority of pet owners feed their pet food that is behind that line.
Very true. The wet food we feed our cats is a blend of duck and tuna or chicken and tuna. According to the package, it's all steroid free and ethically killed, etc., but your point remains.
I do think people need to not be horrified about cultures eating dogs.
My wife has a story from when she was a kid, she had a pet chicken. It would follow her around and the neighbors all knew it was hers. It disappeared at one point. Years later one of her neighbors admitted to not only killing it and cooking it but also sharing it with her.

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Post by Dr. Medulla » 04 Aug 2016, 6:00am

revbob wrote:My wife has a story from when she was a kid, she had a pet chicken. It would follow her around and the neighbors all knew it was hers. It disappeared at one point. Years later one of her neighbors admitted to not only killing it and cooking it but also sharing it with her.
B's sister lives on a farm—they do some grain farming and some free range, organic livestock. She loves animals, taking in strays all the time. A couple years ago, for example, she took in a stray coyote pup whose family had been killed, and she raised him until he was old enough to move on. Yet she names all her livestock, knowing full well that sooner or later they're going to market and their own supper table. That sort of dual consciousness weirds me the fuck out.
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Post by JennyB » 04 Aug 2016, 11:19am

revbob wrote:
matedog wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
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The irony being I expect the vast majority of pet owners feed their pet food that is behind that line.
Very true. The wet food we feed our cats is a blend of duck and tuna or chicken and tuna. According to the package, it's all steroid free and ethically killed, etc., but your point remains.
I do think people need to not be horrified about cultures eating dogs.
My wife has a story from when she was a kid, she had a pet chicken. It would follow her around and the neighbors all knew it was hers. It disappeared at one point. Years later one of her neighbors admitted to not only killing it and cooking it but also sharing it with her.
That's also kind of psychotic that they shared it with her.
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JennyB wrote:
revbob wrote:
matedog wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
The irony being I expect the vast majority of pet owners feed their pet food that is behind that line.
Very true. The wet food we feed our cats is a blend of duck and tuna or chicken and tuna. According to the package, it's all steroid free and ethically killed, etc., but your point remains.
I do think people need to not be horrified about cultures eating dogs.
My wife has a story from when she was a kid, she had a pet chicken. It would follow her around and the neighbors all knew it was hers. It disappeared at one point. Years later one of her neighbors admitted to not only killing it and cooking it but also sharing it with her.
That's also kind of psychotic that they shared it with her.
So it would seem but now that I tell
the rest of the story
It will make more sense and kind of plays into what a lot of people have been talking about and the overall bigger picture of this debate. My wife grew up in a poor family in one of the poorest countries in the world.
Her neighbor was actually worse off and the chicken was taken and eaten because they needed the food. Her sharing it was in many ways a sign of love and respect. It would have been selfish for her neighbor to only feed the chicken to her family so she shared it. The fact is that while to a child it was a pet, to most people, adults anyway it was probably food for the week.

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Re: PETA's great ideas keep a-rollin'

Post by JennyB » 05 Aug 2016, 10:28am

revbob wrote:
JennyB wrote:
revbob wrote:
matedog wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote: Very true. The wet food we feed our cats is a blend of duck and tuna or chicken and tuna. According to the package, it's all steroid free and ethically killed, etc., but your point remains.
I do think people need to not be horrified about cultures eating dogs.
My wife has a story from when she was a kid, she had a pet chicken. It would follow her around and the neighbors all knew it was hers. It disappeared at one point. Years later one of her neighbors admitted to not only killing it and cooking it but also sharing it with her.
That's also kind of psychotic that they shared it with her.
So it would seem but now that I tell
the rest of the story
It will make more sense and kind of plays into what a lot of people have been talking about and the overall bigger picture of this debate. My wife grew up in a poor family in one of the poorest countries in the world.
Her neighbor was actually worse off and the chicken was taken and eaten because they needed the food. Her sharing it was in many ways a sign of love and respect. It would have been selfish for her neighbor to only feed the chicken to her family so she shared it. The fact is that while to a child it was a pet, to most people, adults anyway it was probably food for the week.
Gotcha. That makes sense.
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Re: PETA's great ideas keep a-rollin'

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Post by Rat Patrol » 12 Aug 2016, 12:03pm

http://www.sunherald.com/news/nation-wo ... 32822.html

As for what happens when a driver skids off the road and slams fatally into the stone marker...¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Post by Dr. Medulla » 12 Aug 2016, 12:05pm

That should convert roughly zero people to veganism. GJGE.
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