I hate this kind of vegans... and yes this kind of vegans exist, especially among college freshmen, I met one girl who made a big deal because she was finally able to go vegan since she was away from her "immoral family" and by the end of the year she was trying to fit in eating sushi
@EddySteady, Joe Rogan has a stnd up bit on this. It will put you in tears.
@EddySteady, Tell me more about this "immoral family" - specifically, are any of them hot women?
That's not a moral voice, that's a retard voice.
@Captain Swordsman, #captainswordsman
@Captain Swordsman, in general I think veganism is blasphemous, but I could understand someone being vegan if eating meet makes them feel guilty because they know an animal died for them to eat it
If you genuinely believe eating meat is equivalent to homicide from a moral standpoint, please kill yourself. The human race's chances for long term survival will measurably go up without you.
@I Are Lebo, Friend of mine was vegetarian for years because she thought it was wrong to kill animals. Then one day she just woke up, realised she didn't really give a sh*t and started eating meat.
She's awesome. Weird, but awesome.
@I Are Lebo, To be honest, the climatic problem that comes through eating so much meat will making us eat less one day for sure.
To disprove your point - have you ever seen a horror movie like "alien covenant" ? Where these monsters maul humans ? replace monster by human and humans with animals :)
have a great, philosophical day
@hey cool Lars, not the same thing, nor is it the same point.
Killing an animal for food isn't the same thing as buying a steak from a store and eating it. That was my point. If someone has a warped sense of perspective and thinks that putting a cow through a slaughterhouse isn't any different than putting a human through one, that's one thing. But a lot of vegans equate the act of eating meat with the act of killing, and the two are not the same.
A single cow makes many, many meals, because we use every part of the animal. The cow in question also only exists because it was bred by humans for the purpose of producing food.
Yeah, Western society eats way too much meat. But it's not an ethical problem, it's a health and environmental problem.
@Nellybert , killing each other for food is literally how nature works.
@I Are Lebo, Yeah, pretty much.
@I Are Lebo, I always say that veganism is what happens when the top of the food chain takes pity on its prey
@GeekGirl, I think it's more about what happens when you are totally removed from nature.
Do you have any idea how many Americans think that grocery stores create what they sell? How many people who never stop to think or realize that packaged meat was once a part of a living animal?
I lived on a meat farm for two years. Everyone there went vegetarian, at least temporarily, except for me. I have no issue with feeding an animal one week and eating it the next. It's natural.
What's not natural is thinking that processed food is the only type of food.
My sister's friend is the rare good kind of vegan. She is very careful to follow the vegan rules for her own consumption, clothing, etc., but does not try to impose her lifestyle on others, even at meals. Honestly, being around her was similar to a picky eater (like me)- "enjoy your meal your way, let me eat my way."
I have a honest question that I hope some vegans could answer maybe? What do you want to do with all the animals? Where do they go? Do all farm animals just run free? Because then would they not interfere with growing crops and be pests? How would we deal with the huge increase in farm animals after all the male and female are left to mingle? I'm not trying to start a fight I'm just honestly curious as I totally understand why people think it is morally wrong to kill animals. It makes sense to not want to eat animals or their produce but what do we do with them? Sorry for the long post, just looking for some answers :)
Meat is not murder it's the natural order big things eat small things we're just really good at it but anyone who believes it is too busy with their healing crystals to listen to reason
I just appreciate food. Animals eat animals, animals eat eggs. I see no reason against any of it. Except Lasagna, I have been made to hate lasagna.