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    1. @pantsoffdanceoff:
      The problem is that most slaughterhouses don’t do a good enough job of making sure the animal is dead after being bolted. Cows can go through quite a lot of flesh removal in slow torture before bleeding to death.

      Chickens and pigs live in cramped quarters that are worse than dying.

      The meat industry is a huge air and water polluter.

      That said, I like this kind of protest. Peaceful but provocative. I do not like red paint or blowing up factories/labs. Violent protests should not be tolerated and they certainly don’t raise people’s opinions of the movement. Best vegans I know are the ones who keep their anger to themselves for the most, but openly discuss it when someone asks about it, and use legal protest and legal means of weakening the things they are against.

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    2. @pantsoffdanceoff:
      Also, if no humans ate meat, then there would only be a natural level of prey being hunted, not millions of cows produced just to feed the over eating American population.

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    3. @RSIxidor:
      You forgot to mention: There would be a normal amount of prey/predator if humans had never started eating other animals. If the whole world stopped now, then it would be unbalanced, because of all the factory farm animals.

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    4. @Marrock:
      Did this make you feel good about yourself?

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    5. @pantsoffdanceoff: guess their theories of slaughter is false. but keep the naked ladies coming.

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    6. @Thrella:
      I always thought humane killing was the quick kind. Its just got to be done cleanly, which it often is not.

      I agree with you about the overpopulation, but this is a side effect of industrializing and mechanizing the agricultural industry. If we had not done this, over population and pollution from bovines would be much less. The amount of air pollution in terms of methane release that would be there if we stopped slaughtering cows is counterbalanced by the amount of water pollution (read: shit) and air pollution caused by the agricultural factories.

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    7. She’s sitting on her ass and covering her tits. Anger.

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    8. People who are outspoken vegetarians are the most pitiful group of people I’ve ever seen. Most slaughter houses are way less violent than nature. A cow being pinned down and blasted in the head for a quick death is way less fucked up than being stalked and ripped to shreds by some wild dogs. people are animals too.

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    9. @RSIxidor: And nature takes care of every part of the animal. Cannot say the same about those slaughter houses.

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    10. Last time we saw any peta protesters around here we threw all the trash we had after stopping at KFC at them.

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    11. Fuck PETA. And her, but in a different way.

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    12. @ieattime20:
      First, I have always and will always be against those who use violence in protests. I am NOT okay with it. I said as much in my first post in this thread. I am also not okay with those who are angered or annoyed by protesters using violence against them.

      There is nothing natural about the way food gets to your plate. Nothing. The disrespect that many vegetarians and vegans feel is not about the fact that humans eat meat, but the process in which it is brought to those who eat it. Naturally, predators may be wasteful, but just as you said other animals clean up.

      Nobody and nothing is cleaning up after the agricultural industry. Our waste is dumped in the water and flushed to the ocean. On top of the ever increasing industrial population of stock animals, we’ve slowly been removing the number of fish and other aquatic wildlife in our oceans, lakes, and rivers to the point that we are starting to see horrible effects (freshwater rivers in China are especially bad).

      What frustrates me is that there is not a global solution. Nothing we can do will satisfy everyone and lower our impact on the world around us to a reasonable level. So I’m content to live my life this way, and when topics like this show up to give my opinion.

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      • I mean, no, the way in which we kill animals is not natural. In nature, virtually all prey dies a horrible, very painful death, not just the occasional cow being slaughtered by the occasional sadist. In nature, every meal carries the risk of disease, and most animals are hungry all the time because it’s very taxing to go out and hunt food. If we were to place humans in this condition (having to hunt for their own food without having a choice in the matter, starving half the time, worried about parasites in their meat), we would call that inhumane.

        Is the process perfect? No. Is it, on occasion, needlessly violent and barbaric? Yes. Are large agricultural farms putting things into our meats (AND vegetables) that are questionable and unhealthy? Of course. None of this is an issue about ‘should we kill and eat animals’ but rather ‘should we regulate agriculture’, and I think that’s the fight that needs to be fought.

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      • This actually was where the movement started. Not eating meat as a boycott against ridiculous things in the industry, not just people being mad that animals die.

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    13. If meat was made illegal tomorrow We’d still have to slaughter all the cows, pigs, and chicken, because there is an overpopulation and they would not be able to fend for themselves in the wild, not to mention that cows are a big contributor to pollution. Not only that, but just because you don’t eat it, doesn’t stop them from killing it.

      I’m all for inhumane killing (I use the term INhumane because to me, humane killing is more brutal and painful then humane), the painless and quick one. But it does make the meat taste bad…

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    14. @ieattime20:
      I’ve met vegans with very big natural titties. But a lot of them are very skinny all the way up and down.

      @Paul_Is_Drunk:
      Very much this.

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    15. @Thrella: Are cows a big contributor to pollution because some fucking government said so? Why were they NOT a big contributor millions of years ago, and now they are? This seems strange to me.

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    16. @RSIxidor: Probably no better (or worse) than throwing fake blood and ruining people’s personal property, if not outright illegal acts of sabotage, makes hardcore PETA activists feel.

      Nature does not respect animals, nor save them from slaughter. Why, in any naturalistic sense, should we? We shouldn’t. People pretend that animals aren’t wasteful; they are, it’s just that other animals come along and clean up their mess. Lions will leave quite a scene when they’re done with a bovine.

      No, any ethics we have towards the treatment of animals is fabricated by human beings. I’m not saying we shouldn’t have any laws, I’m saying we shouldn’t pretend those laws are the ‘natural order of things’.

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    17. PS: I would follow this up with ‘BOOBIES’, but sadly there aren’t any in this picture. And from the look of things, a lack of animal fat in this diet means an absence of the sign wouldn’t show much breastage either.

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    18. @Tetsuo137:
      *facepalm.jpg*

      A) Cows have four stomachs containing microbes used for digestion that produce methane through a process called methanogenesis. (95% of which is released through belching, by the way).

      B) There are 1.3 billion cows on the planet Earth right now. There were estimated to be a little over a million pre-husbandry in Europe and India. That’s 100 times the former population for the math impaired.

      C) THINK! I know the Bush years made being stupid and not doing research popular, but there is no reason now to continue the trend.

      Fuck. I don’t even like PETA.

      @Marrock: You must be so proud of yourself.

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    19. Really? No one else? REPOST!

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    20. @Paul_Is_Drunk: But look at all the species we’ve destroyed to make way for them 🙂

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    21. @pantsoffdanceoff: people who cast judgment from their computer chairs are the most pitiful group of people I’ve ever seen.

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    22. “I do feel bad they have to be killed. I prefer it was like an animal suicide. Maybe the animal deserved it, y’know, ‘This is a good chicken sandwich, think this bastard tried to steal my car.'” — Jim Gaffigan

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    23. PETA needs to show more ass.

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    24. I’m going to eat lots of animals in order to protest objectifying women.

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    25. I’ve gots no problem with this sort of protest. If you want to protest my eating animals, and do it without throwing shit at me and yelling a lot, that’s cool. It’s not going to change my mind, but I’m not going to change yours either so we’ll just have to live with that.

      As someone who’s worked in a slaughterhouse, I do get a mirthless chuckle out of those who try to vilify slaughter houses with the “some of them bleed to death!” appeal. When it comes to pigs and cows, all of them bleed to death. That’s kind of the point. We’ve got a bunch of toys that switch the cow from alive to brain-dead within a tenth of a second, but the heart is kept going to pump out all the blood, otherwise the meat would spoil before it even got to your grocery store.

      Yes, there are some places that use substandard tools (ie: sledgehammers), but those places just need to be shut down or thrown a few dollars to upgrade their tools. Saying the meat industry is inhumane because of a few cheap-ass sadists is like saying having a pet dog is cruel because some people are Michael Vick.

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    26. I’m also a member of peta… people eating tasty animals! Zing! yes yes i know old joke is old.

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    27. For every animal you don’t eat, I’m going to eat 3!

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    28. @Puulaahi: I think PETA shows their asses enough as it is.

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    29. @Dyna-Mole:
      @AgZed:
      @Paul_Is_Drunk:
      @RSIxidor:

      You’re awesome.

      I am an outspoken vegan. Not because I have a problem with people killing animals for their meat, but because I value this planet and humanity. It might not make any difference in the long run, but it’s my way of paying respect.

      Lentil soup rules.

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    30. exposing tits and ass?

      I see nothing of the like

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    31. @dieAntagonista:

      Here’s an interesting tidbit of information. Humanity would not exist without meat. It was a surprisingly important step in our evolution, creating a species of scavenging omnivores who could stay on the move. Had our ancestors not started to eat meat, we’d probably be very similar to gorillas at this point (I’m not saying chimps, because they eat meat, oddly enough).

      I do respect that you have made the commitment to not eat meat though, that’s a tough commitment in my opinion. Just felt I had to point out that eating meat is quite human.

      Another interesting tidbit, we had evolutionary cousins, the paranthropines, who were almost, if not completely vegetarian (their diet was completely grasses and hard nuts, but we cannot say if the ingested one or two scavenged corpses). They were, however, outcompeted by our meat eating ancestors.

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      • WaffleTime

        Ah my friend, I appreciate it, but I know all of these things.
        I am well aware, that our brain evolved the way it evolved only because of meat. You assumed I made a big decision like that without knowing common facts like that?
        I might be naive, but I’m not a fool.

        No, the meat industry does more than just killing animals and selling it to people. It does a lot more, like adding unnecessary chemicals that can be considered drugs, as well as destroying the land just so that they can have mass production, as much meat as possible and as much money as possible. I don’t support that, and in case humans haven’t died out in 100 years, I think it would be nice to still be able to grow vegetables.

        Fact is, we can survive without meat, but not without vegetables. There is a certain percentage of the population that would become sick without meat, of course. Certain old people could die, and children wouldn’t grow properly. But in general, most young healthy adults are perfectly capable of surviving without meat.

        Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t expect all young adults to become vegan just because they can, I’m just saying it’s possible.

        I don’t want to post this comment, but I thought your reply was nice. I hope I won’t get lynched now.

        Also, should I ever have children, I would definitely let them eat meat. I think vegans who make their children be vegan too, are insane.

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      • y helo thar Maya. *hides rope behind back* >_>

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      • ALEX WANTS TO LYNCH ME. With a rope?

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      • dieAntagonista

        All very true. To be honest, it was my post was more about Human Evolution than meat vs. Veggies. As a student planning to specialize in Human evolution (hopefully), it’s a subject I am am very passionate about and may get a little carried away with (When I see the word human, I start thinking of our evolutionary steps and wanting to tell everyone about it; cross to bear I guess :P)

        I’m not up in arms over the meat vs. veggie argument. It’s not up to me to decide what people want to eat, but, honestly, the vegetarian side does have better arguments (the meat side’s best arguments are “We are animals” and “Look! Bacon! mmmmmm!”), so I try not to pick sides (I try to do this with most issues; there are far to many extremes on both sides, so I find not picking any is sometimes the best).

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      • Dammit, remove the “it was” in the 2nd sentence. I really need to edit my posts better.

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      • NO, I’M HIDING THE ROPE. MY MURDEROUS INTENT IS NOT CLEAR.

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      • WaffleTime

        That’s amazing. Yeah Human evolution is one of those things you could study your entire life and not grow tired of it. Haha, and I can relate to what you said about how you start thinking of the whole process when you see the word human. Except I do it with numbers + mathematics.

        No it’s fine, like I said, I thought your reply was very nice. Though I think you’re grouping people together there. Vegetarians whose argument is that everyone should be vegetarian/ vegan because killing animals is wrong, are not worth taking seriously. To me that’s one group of pseudo hippies, then there’s another that’s worried about the environment. Those have arguments that are based on actual facts.

        As for the argument on the meat side, I agree with them. It is natural to eat meat, and it’s not evil to kill animals.

        Unfortunately, those crazy bastards a.k.a. PETA and the like, make the people who are worried about real problems, look like idiots as well.

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      • Did anyone else find the cat-sized potential human ancestor that they found fascinating?

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      • dieAntagonista

        Thank you for the reply. Human evolution is a very humbling yet extraordinary thing to study, and I believe it’s only starting to get out of it’s infancy (no-one in the field can agree on who our direct ancestors were, who first made tools, what species this fossil is, is this a new species or a local variation, etc. About all we for certain know is that we evolved, and who some of the major players in the evolutionary line up is).
        And that’s true, I did lump together everyone, I suppose I tried to generalize to much(Very, very long day. I’m amazed I can type coherently) and I’m not the most familiar with Vegetarian/Vegan (grew up and still live in bible-bashin’ beef country, I call it). One thing that I will say is PETA has some atrocious methods (Sea Kittens? Really? After that does anyone take them seriously?).

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      • WaffleTime

        Yeah I’m glad this conversation turned out to be so enjoyable.
        It’s a little crazy, isn’t it. I have heard about how many things we still have to speculate. And how we still discover things to this day, that support one theory or another. One would assume we had most things figured out already. But it sounds like you are really into it. I think that’s great.

        Haha I see. Sea kittens… yeah, I was speechless when I heard about that. I mean what the fuck. Also, I have never met a PETA supporter, I still need some more convincing evidence that these people actually exist, and that it’s not just a big hoax to humour the masses.

        I think you should take a powerful power nap.

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      • @Sticky: The Fossil Named Ida

        @tiki: So, you can’t reply to a reply?

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      • @Nyoki: Seriously, though a reply to a reply might get a bit confusing, and cause additional trees to push out. Maybe inside the reply we can have our old “@” replies.

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    32. @WaffleTime the meats best argument is not we are animals. remember that you can get allot of vitamins from meat that is if you eat it raw. and before you think, yes. people are capable to eat raw meat with no problems and they do have restaurants etc…etc.. . even carnivores eat veggies, just indirectly. The animals gets it’s nutrients from nature’s garden. but if we were to speak figuratively, a person can survive without eating veggies directly. Some people keep forgetting seafood is meat and so is chicken.

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    33. Dear PETA supporters,

      For every animal you don’t eat, i will eat 2 more.

      Thanks

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    34. Eating raw meat is dangerous and it will most likely make you sick. You don’t consume any vitamins by eating raw meat.
      Humans eat meat because they need protein and fat. Meat does not have any of the vitamins that are required for a healthy diet.

      Fish is the exception, it has B12.

      A human cannot survive without ‘eating vegetables directly’, whatever that’s supposed to mean, either.

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      • correct and wrong. ofcourse not just any raw meat will do (it may not be safe). Naturally “‘organic” is the ideal (no antibiotics, growth
        hormones, pesticides, etc.) We tend to use the standard of: range free, grass fed bison and cow (and any food animal must be fed its natural
        foods); range free, omnivorously fed chicken and eggs; non-farmed, deep sea fish. Wild meat must come from places where the available food and
        water for the animal is known to be untainted by toxins, pollution, etc.

        My observation is that vegetables rot more quickly than meat. Also, uncooked meat does not putrefy in the sense that the bacteria that comes
        in the uncooked meat is beneficial and desirable. When cooked foods are attacked by bacteria those bacteria are potentially non-beneficial or
        dangerous.

        -heating proteins cause them to cross-link and form mutated proteins (Some of these substances cause cancer, or brain diseases, and impair neurotransmitter function and metabolism.)

        -raw meat contain the naturally available enzymes that is taken when heated

        -Raw fats have other than cleansing and detoxification properties. They are also an important energy source and thus support a balanced metabolism.

        -raw foods contain less free radicals

        -the fact is, meat is the most naturally occurring, well balanced and easily obtained and digested package of proteins, essential acids and source of iron and Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, A, B, C that you can find. All the Vitamin C & B are destroyed when the meat is cooked, and because the leaner meats have only small quantites of vitamin A. However, meats with appreciable amounts of fat will provide good amounts of vitamin A which will remain after cooking.

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      • Next time you can just link the site you copied the text from. Like in this case: www.powerofmeat.com/

        Your argument was that you can get all the vitamins you need by eating raw meat. Which is not true.

        Humans eat meat mainly for protein and fat, that is a fact.

        You can get all of the other vitamins, except for B12, way more easily by eating vegetables.
        The reason why this is obvious, is because like I said, you can survive without eating meat, but you cannot survive without eating vegetables.

        Organic is not the same as raw, so your logic fails again.

        As for the rest of the text you copied, that was completely unnecessary.

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    35. @dieAntagonista
      See, vegans like you, I can get along with. The ones I have issues with are the ones who say I shouldn’t eat animals for moral reasons, because they can’t tell the difference between the physical manifestations of a fight-or-flight response present in all mammals and the emotion of fear which requires an awareness of self that no one has proven exists in anything we eat. Fuck those guys.

      I’m actually borderline vegetarian myself, but for no other reason than certain peculiarities of my digestive tract making the result of daily meat intake… unpleasant. But every now and then I have no issue with throwing a thick steak on the grill and chowing down on it with a bacon-wrapped baked potato on the side. I pay for it the next day, of course, but some things are just bloody worth it.

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      • AgZed

        And I think meat eaters like you are adorable haha.

        Here’s the thing, for most people, eating meat is part of their culture. To try to make anyone feel guilty for that, is laughable. It’s sad that there are people who actually believe killing animals for their meat is a crime.

        “because they can’t tell the difference between the physical manifestations of a fight-or-flight response present in all mammals and the emotion of fear which requires an awareness of self that no one has proven exists in anything we eat”

        That’s a winner line right there.

        Yeah, becoming vegan had some negative effects for me. I am particularly weak now, I was always pretty weak but it got worse. And I faint after taking showers. I need to find a solution for this before I slip in the bathroom, hit my head on the sink and die. We can’t have that right.

        I mean who is going to insult dumb people on this site if I’m gone.

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      • I’m of the opinion that I’ll stop the occasional indulgence in cooked animals when someone provides me with a reasonable reason not to. If you’ve found a reason not to, that’s awesome, but I’ve yet to be given a compelling reason that works for me.

        And that who weakness thing isn’t anaemia, is it? My big sis was vegan for a long time and wound up seriously anaemic and had to take all sorts of iron supplements which turned her poop black and my world was such a happier place before she told me that.

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      • Oh god that’s horrible, poor girl. No I don’t have anaemia, just tendencies. Like I said, I was weak before I became vegan. It’s because I have super low blood pressure, and blood sugar. I have trouble opening plastic bottles sometimes, but I can run pretty fast. I don’t know how that works either.

        Don’t worry I’m not sick. And should I get sick, I would definitely eat meat again.

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      • That’s all kinds of wacky. But don’t you ever get cravings, for the lack of a better term? Every now and then I’ll go for a week or two on fruit & veggies and then suddenly it’s like my caveman brain switches on and I’m like, “I DESIRE THE PULVERISED FLESH OF A RECENTLY SLAUGHTERED BOVINE CHARRED OVER AN OPEN FLAME, AND I WANT IT NOW!” That’s also the only time I ever want to watch sports, which is wackiness in of itself.

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      • Haha, sure I get cravings. But I can control myself. What I miss most is milk. Soy milk is a joke. Or sometimes when I’m at my father’s house, he bakes chicken, and I must admit, that smell should be illegal. But yeah, that’s out of the question too. I’m not a dilettante, or I try not to be. A couple of times, my retarded friends tried putting meat in my cucumber sandwich and stuff, so I think that’s the only thing I need to be afraid of.

        And I don’t think that’s wacky. It’s adorable.

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      • I have the same problem w/ meat and cheese. I can’t eat it often (no gall bladder) and as a diabetic, I have to watch the carbs. I’m in a sort-of catch-22 situation. I eat a few veggies, but my intestines aren’t a real fan of the higher fiber ones. I do love fruit, but again, have to watch the sugar. Every day seems an ordeal of What can I eat today and what do I NEED to eat today?

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      • A good explanation about B12 deficiencies in relation to vegans specifically, with sources.

        @Nyoki: That sounds insanely hard and I hope I never have to deal with it. Good luck.

        @die: Damnit, I need to eat more cucumbers. Vegan restaurant in Dallas was serving a delicious sandwich for awhile that had fried cucumber on it. Very damn delicious. But I need to eat raw cucumber more. Good stuff.

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    36. with your assumption being wrong and very bad demeanor. my argument is that you treat meat as it is a delicacy, which irrational. having eat meat alone you will suffer. having eat veggies alone you will suffer. the key is a balanced diet of both sides. meat is not a delicacy and never will be. it’s important as veggies maybe less. “you can survive without eating meat, but you cannot survive without eating vegetables.” is bullshit *voice of Penn & Teller*

      as for your demeanor, i withdraw myself to continue any future argument on this subject, since my patience has ran out with people like you.

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      • What ‘bad demeanor?’ I didn’t insult you, nor have I used any curse words, unlike you.

        You had no idea what you were talking about, only after I replied did you bother to look it up. And then you just copied said text from that site.

        Do you have any evidence, that proves that you can survive by eating only meat.

        I wasn’t talking about a balanced diet, I was merely stating facts as we know them.

        There are plenty of people who survive without any meat and they are healthy. How many people do you know who eat only meat and are healthy.

        Your original argument was that, you can get all the vitamins you need by eating only meat. That is not true, and that’s all I was arguing against.

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      • He’s just pining for your attention die. I wouldn’t put much stock in anything he says.

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      • @dieA
        People on the Atkins diet? I don’t know how much of anything, other than meat, that they eat.

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      • nyokki

        Not really? The Atkins diet is a low-carbohydrate diet according to Wikipedia. It doesn’t point meat out anywhere either so that doesn’t seem to make any sense. There is nobody who can survive only on meat.

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      • @Monkey: I usually like you, but here you go saying things about die that don’t make sense. She is a good debater. You copied a page and didn’t cite your source. You know that’s plagiarism? You can’t survive eating only meat.

        @nyoki: Dr. Atkins died fat. Or is that a myth? I’m not sure.

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      • @ RSIxidor Neg, Dr. Atkins died of a massive heart attack, and yes, the Atkins diet features copious amounts of meat intake in it.

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      • @K-Rex:
        Yeah, you are almost right. And so am I. He did die fat, but not because his diet made him fat. Officially, “blunt impact injury of head with epidural hematoma,” though the fact that he also had cardiomyopathy was never proven to be unrelated, only thought to be viral in nature, instead of through dietary causes (of course, the virus could have been in some red meat, right?).

        More importantly, I just said that for the lulz because I hate the Atkins diet.

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      • Ah! Hehehehe… I didn’t ever look up the article on that one, just had several co-workers decide to try out the Atkins diet and the workside troll spout off the heartattack story…

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    37. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. If I have a friend who’s vegan and they come to my house, I will do my damnedest to accommodate their dietary preferences. I however, do not like the ones that squall over me eating a hamburger. I like it, it’s tasty, and yes I will die of a heart attack when I’m 35. I know most vegans won’t launch into a long-winded diatribe against meat-eating people such as myself but it’s the really preachy ones that give the rest of the vegetarian/vegan population a bad name.

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    38. I will have some breast, ass, and thy

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    39. Wow, I replied 5 times in a single read through.

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    40. You know what? tl;dr

      Fuck peta. Peta runs all kill animal shelters and has some of the highest overhead of all the so called charities. They are pretty much two departments. Dept 1: Fucked up lawyers who say they won’t, but are the first in line for life saving, animal tested medicine. Dept 2: advertising fuckups who haven’t had a single new idea in decades. Guess what. This shit was provocative twenty years ago, but now only makes me want to eat bacon wrapped fillet mignon while wearing fur lined fur with leather trim. Oh, and great job protesting for animal rights outside my local peanut butter factory. Fuckups.

      Fuck animal rights. Very few animals can have rights, as there is a mental process involved wherein one must capable of recognizing and respecting the rights of others, but we can make sure that all animals are treated with respect and care, hence animal welfare.

      I’m going out for some KFC now. And when I am fully sated on tasty, tasty chicken flesh, I will throw the trash at my monitor.

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    41. So yeah, great, vegetables are cool and all, but what about all the selective breeding that’s occured over the past millenia? Tomatoes are part of the nightshade family and used to be poisonous. Potatoes were inedible before extensive selective breeding in Chile over 10,000 years ago. Corn would die out in a few years if humans weren’t constantly involved in their reproduction. Rice, wheat, barley, etc…are all grasses and would be inedible without the long periods of human intervention to make them so.

      I suppose it’s noble that PETA wants to stop slaughterhouse stuff, but let’s be honest here; meat has been a part of our diets since we first grabbed a pointy rock and bashed a deer in the head. Wild vegetables and fruits have been there just as long, and debating whether or not the slaughterhouses are “doing it wrong” is pretty pointless, because they care about money, not how the cow feels. You really want to make a difference? Stop people from having children, or at least more than two. Then there will be fewer people to feed and fewer cows get killed. Honestly, this is basic evolutionary stuff; # of nipples = max # of offspring.

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    42. @RSIxidor: She IS a good debater but she assumes the wrong things. I notice how my post resemblance
      plagiarism but i’ll tell you i have no wish to gain any reward. if you want i could search back for the other 6 websites i founded. I’m just passing on what i founded. I’m just going to drop the issue about the sentence “You can’t survive eating only meat.” i explained why it is impossible for that sentence to exist but okay i’m done with that 🙂

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    43. @RSI (quoted myself)
      “having eat meat alone you will suffer. having eat veggies alone you will suffer. the key is a balanced diet of both sides.” i meant it literally in a sense of pure meat or pure veggies.

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      • a person can survive without eating veggies directly.

        That was your argument originally. It wasn’t about a balanced diet, it was about survival. You changed your argument a few comments later because you knew you were wrong.

        Again, there are hundreds of thousands of people who survive easily without meat. How many people do you know personally who have survived only on meat.

        I’ll tell you how you can recognise if a person has been eating only meat. They have rotten teeth and they are balding. And soon they would die a painful death. Ask your doctor.

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    44. because I have for 4 years in my life. I told you already once before i was a carnivore and i changed to omnivore because i was missing some nutrients. did I go bald? did i have rotten teeth? a person can life for a while without eating any greens. now let’s see you prove me wrong with your theories about something i’ve done.

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      • Uh, what?

        Do you even know what being a carnivore means? It doesn’t mean that you eat nothing but meat. Someone who eats nothing but meat is a carnivore, but someone who eats vegetables and meat is a carnivore also.
        So if you still eat meat, you’re still a carnivore.

        I never said that a person can’t live without vegetables for a while. Guess what, you can live without eating anything, for a while. But we’re talking about survival, and if your life span is shortened, and your health gets worse, you won’t survive.

        Also, you have not eaten only meat for four years. That is impossible and you’re a liar.

        I would say, try and humour me with some evidence, but you can’t prove it because it’s not true.

        You brought this up just now, instead of earlier because you can’t think of anything else.

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    45. please… you expect me to listen to this shit? i told you what i did and you’re calling me a liar? did you run out of legit theories?
      It doesn’t matter for me when i posted it i don’t look for attention unlike you. newsflash i’m not here to humor you didn’t you get that already? don’t you remember emailing me about your little poem? maybe you also don’t realize that i don’t care about you anymore and i don’t like this arguing and also the moderators don’t like it. obviously you haven’t notice that. enjoy talking to yourself cause im here for McS not you.

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    46. If you would bother to read a book once in a while, you would know that humans are omnivores. The main food sources for humans are plants and meat.

      There are no significant reports of any people who can survive only on meat for years.

      You have never told me you’re a carnivore. Make a screenshot if such a log exists.

      Who do you think you are? You’re not a moderator, and Tiki wants people to argue. Because this is how he makes more money through his site.

      Do you still not get it? This is why the majority of the people are on here. To discuss things they are interested in.

      You’re a liar and you just lost all credibility if there was any to begin with.

      You’re the one who keeps commenting on things I have said, without addressing me directly. I replied to WaffleTime and you commented about it.

      If you don’t want me to expose you for the liar you are, stop commenting about things I say on here.

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    47. lol STUPID BITCHES I ONLY PAY ATTENTION CAUSE YOUR NAKED.

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    48. not sure anyone has pointed this out yet, but she labeled “BREAST” a little high.

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