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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by stratman323, Oct 11, 2018.
some of the ramen in the stores are at least that old
You've never met a British Railways pork pie...
If two vegans are arguing, is it still considered beef?
That's kind of what you get when the whole food chain becomes industrialized. You will have to artificially force even natural processes.
If you want to go full bore, just start your own garden and live off of only that and search out local sources for other needs. Good luck.
Look I absolutely agree with you when it comes to the meat industry and the usage of antibiotics which will probably or likely lead to stronger more potent types of viruses.
But what I don't agree is that we as humans can do without eating meat.
it doesn't matter if you agree. humans all over the world do without meat all the time... your agreement doesn't enter into it.
Humans all over the world do without food every day too.
No as I said earlier I respect that, I don't judge people on what they eat.
but not without harmful results. that would be the difference, in my view.
And without medication for diseases we cured a long time ago or clean water.
Like I said, Ramen is the answer
When you're starving you don't give a fig what you're not eating, just that there is nothing to eat. The results are pretty harmful, you die.
amen! ... ramen! or whatever
i'm just not sure what this has to do with the topic.
that was my exact point, right, that not eating meat is a choice that is easy to make with no harmful results, while not eating is death. i'm guessing i stumbled into the wrong thread. don't worry i'll just back out the way i came... as you were...
maybe we can evolve into that, I don't know. Not tryin' to start a rumble here, just that the idea of those adorable creatures dyin' give me the creeps, that's all. Im incapable to harm an animal, I mean they feel, love and feel fear and stuff!, they know they're gonna die, it's just so damn sad, so the meat thing is a soft thing for me. I actually prefer to change my ways than harm somebody.
Chris Rock (the world's finest comedian?) did a routine about precious Westerners which pointed out that if you go round many of the poorest parts of Africa, you won't hear people whingeing about "lactose intolerance".
Actually, to be fair, very little of what has been said in this thread has anything at all to do with avocados, which is what the thread is about.
I totally understand and respect that.