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Jun 5th 2012 8:59PM ...but then he took an ecto-arrow to the knee.
Sorry, had to be said.
Dec 15th 2010 1:50AM >>Disasters as this prove the hazard is not worth the risk to the planet or people.
Jun 1st 2010 2:59AM This may have been interesting...but the sound was so faint I didn't get much of it. -.-
May 28th 2010 4:13AM In case none of you got this...the article is basically brought to you by Stephen Kolodny:aka: Jacqui's lawyer. Go back and read it carefully. This is nothing more than part of the 'trial outside of the court'.
Apr 29th 2010 3:26PM ...that would be Roosevelt...the guy in charge during WW2.
Mar 18th 2010 8:36PM As there have been Vegetarian civilizations in the past, and none have survived against the competition that arises on occasion: it is clear that there is some subtle impairment involved in an un-natural meatless diet.
Mar 18th 2010 8:23PM To Amie and Lauryn:
Just remember that this would mean that we need to comsume less meat (I prefer that to be in the form of smaller steaks). Keep in mind that the argument about 'if the groundwater is contaminated' is followed to it's natural conclusion: everything you eat is contaminated. The problem isn't what you eat but the poison that's added to most everything you are offered.
Mar 18th 2010 8:10PM Hi,
No, the article does not say "Do this or die you meat eating scum"...it leaves that for people like you. It's one of the oldest tricks in the book...and I wonder how you'd feel if you'd read THAT book and realized just how often you're being used. It's just like how there will be people that argue against the aritcle at first will 'see the errors of their ways'...just a ploy to get people to question their beliefs if they eat meat...or cheer about their beliefs if they don't.
Mar 18th 2010 7:54PM To Bradley...The answer to your first question is 'because some people believe in thinking for themselves'; and may still have some idea what they are talking about. Even if the issue IS deeper; time has clearly shown that it IS also about control. As for industry practices: they are as bloody and ugly real life can be. We are also animals and our needs are sometimes not pretty.
Mar 18th 2010 7:46PM I have to agree with M.A. on this one...this is little more than a veiled attempt to get you to not eat meat 'one day at a time'. If you REALLY want to help yourself (and the planet) just reduce the portion size of ALL your food. Eat a different type of meat each day...and maybe have some meals without meat.