Books are murder
We salute you, Rob Sanderson
@Who the fvck, rob just won the internet.
@Who the fvck, *precedes to eat triple stack bacon cheese burger*
@Who the fvck, Godspeed, Rob Sanderson.
@Who the fvck, SCIENCE B¡TCH
My personal opinion is that meat and vegetables are both important, if you eat one and not the other thats bad, you need both for a balanced diet
@CaptainQuzzle10, scientists have claimed that humans are omnivores so you are correct
@wanted duck, Scientists claim? I think a quick look at history and common sense should suggest humans are omnivores...
@wanted duck, don't know why you were down voted you are correct
@Fox News , this isn't the first time someone's said that to me
@CaptainQuzzle10, meh, I don't eat meat and I have never had a serious health problem in my life. I get my protein from eggs and veggie meat (they fill that sh!t up with protein) and I don't get all the cholesterol that meat gives you.
@acsdog, and using the argument that eating meat is natural, it is. But it's not natural to raise chickens in factories and fill cows with drugs
@acsdog, you've got good points. I eat meat as it is a part of the diet I've grown up with and they are certainly a great source of protein. The mass farming can go far and I am certainly not for the mistreatment of any animals but one can argue that free range doesn't provide what our growing population requires. I don't know, I'm still gonna eat bacon.
@acsdog, It also isn't natural to eat fake meat filled with drugs. Also, who cares about how the animals are treated. Without using the methods of harvesting them that we use today millions of people would go without enough food. Besides, the animals born in those farms have only one purpose, to grow up so they can get slaughtered for their meat.
@CaptainQuzzle10, humans are top of the food chain, but we shouldn't abuse it. Kill an animal to eat it, don't waste it or do it for sport.
@CaptainQuzzle10, we have canines specifically for eating meat. It's a dietetic fact that there are proteins found exclusively in meat that are essential to a proper human diet. Yes you can be "healthy" strictly vegetarian, but optimal health makes meat mandatory.
@Baconeaters, actually, I listened to a large scale free range farmer who goes around the nation giving seminars. He had statistics which show that not only can exclusive free range provide enough food to support the population, in the long run organic could be as cheap or even cheaper than factory farms (it's just more expensive now because it's a luxury and one can get away with it).
@CriTiKa1, my counter argument is that we eat TOO much meat. We also have a population problem so bad that eating fvcking grass still wouldn't feed everyone. My point is, we reduce demand, and farm-raising will be possible. We also need to stop fvcking
@acsdog, So you're saying we should reduce our population, how? There's no way to reduce our population in a humane way.
@acsdog, and yes, veggie-meat isn't 'natural' in that it is processed. It is soy with protein and spices added. But really, NOTHING we have is 'natural'. My point is, it's unnatural in that we have used animals for food since 20,000 B.C.E, but not in factories. These are living things, not products to be made.
@CriTiKa1, reduce demand by eating LESS meat. A balanced diet isn't meat for every meal. Red meat isn't necessary, but if you do eat it, once a week is healthy. In small communities long ago, meat was a delicacy and couldn't be supported for every meal. Put this on a global scale. If we all eat meat for 1 meal a day, that gives enough for double. For example, there are 314 million people in the U.S. If we eat meat once a day instead of three that gives 628 million more meals. That's just the U.S. Count every other country that over-eats and we could feed an additional 1-1.5 billion people.
@acsdog, ...and stop fvcking
@CriTiKa1, actually if the entire world became vegetarian it would reduce pollution more than if everyone stopped using gas motors in cars. We would also have 12x the amount of food in produce than the meat we had because it takes so much produce to raise all these animals when really we could be feeding humans with it. Think how much a cow eats in its lifetime. That is more food than the meat the cow carries by a long shot
@Night Shift, not to be blunt but clearly these proteins arent essential or else there wouldnt be vegetarians. Fake meats, eggs, beans, nuts, and dark green vegetables all have proteins for you as well
@Winter Diablo, there are many different types of proteins. Some are found exclusively in certain vegetables, some are found exclusively in meats. The types of proteins in meat are required to build certain structures in the body. It is very possible to be vegetarian, it's technically possible to live exclusively off potatoes. You can be healthy as a vegetarian, but optimal, top health necessitates meat.
@Winter Diablo, Vegetarians survive on fake food and vitamin pills that give them the nutrients that meat is suppose to give them. Vegetarians haven't existed until the modern era, when these humans made nutrients became possible.
@Winter Diablo, Give me proof. You can't make claims like that without some links with scientific research to back you up. Also, a cow provides more than just meat. Once it's an adult, cows are also milked and their sh!t makes manure, which, guess what, helps your little veggies grow.
@CriTiKa1, true that cows provide more than just meat. Watch the film Earthlings. It includes stuff i just said and more. That is my main source. Also, humans a long time ago scarcely ate meat because it takes much more work than to just grow plants. In the old testament of the bible it describes how meat back then was used more as a celebratory food than an everyday one. This proves that vegetarianism has been possible for a long time. I personally dont take supplements. I just eat things that balance my protein levels. And get sone sources for yourself. I have the bible, a film, and life experience and you have just been making claims that are outrageous with no sources yourself
@CriTiKa1, actually, many religions have encouraged people to be vegetarian, like Buddhism. And I have never taken a supplement in my life, the only things that meat has that is harder to get otherwise is protein and fat. If you need to take supplements to stay healthy, you aren't eating a balanced diet. I get most of my protein from eggs (we have chickens) and soy has more protein than meat. Look it up, soy has .37 g of protein per g of soy, and steak has .28 g per per g or steak.
@Winter Diablo, The Bible isn't a reliable source as it isn't a historical book nor a scientific book. I've taken years of theology classes focused on Christianity and all my professors have said that the Bible isn't meant to be read as a science book nor a history book. Also, a movie made by vegans may be a bit biased, you ever think about that? You still haven't provided a source to that ridiculous claim you made about pollution. The only claim I've made is that slaughter houses feed millions of people, which they do in case you didn't know. Your the one making up outrageous claims.
@CriTiKa1, if youve taken years of theology you would know that certain books are meant to be more historic and others more metaphorical. Deuteronomy, the book with this in it is more historical, for it describes the traditions with which christians should abide by. A film made with this purpose will be biased as well but they do well in their research, especially since it is a actual film not just some video someone brought up. You cannot bias numbers that they get. Look more into earthlings and theology if you dont believe me but im not entirely sure you arent arguing just for the sake of arguing so i am going to step out of this for now and you can do your own research if you actually are interested
@Winter Diablo, Meat has a much higher energy density so when food is hard to come killing and cooking an animal is usually more energy efficient than gathering berries. It's when we have enough agriculture to make food cheap that vegetarian diets become practical because we don't have to expend so much of the energy to gather the food in the first place.
@CaptainQuzzle10, if it wasn't for us being omnivorous we would still be living in caves or trees... also vegetarians think they help, but they are just stupid, the meat you buy in a store is already dead and 1 less person buying means 1 more wasted package of something that was killed to feed people... think about that next time you throw out some meat, or just can't finish those last couple shrimp...
@CaptainQuzzle10, everything in moderation
I found the vegan.
@Uncl3Dan0, they always let you know
@ZZTopComment, they always
@ZZTopComment, stupid send button being close to delete bottom. They ALWAYS let you know.
It's like most vegans failed basic biology, but that's none of my business. *takes bite of steak*
@Kangaroo Jacked, noo! I accidentally downvoted you!
@MayITakeYourHatSir, I got your back bro.
These type of pictures are ruined for me when i see that the person who wrote the message also screenshot it.... It's like the only did it to show off, not to make a point and that just kills it for me
I'm not gonna be Jaden for this one comment... So I was born a vegetarian and to this day I have not eaten meat. But those of you going around saying that people need to eat both meats and vegetables and missing out on one is bad is kind of wrong. The only important thing you are missing out on being vegetarian is the protein and calories which is easily found in nuts. Other than that, being a vegetarian is not that bad and in fact has a lot of benefits. Now I'm not going around trying to convert people. I'm just saying that you can live just as healthy of a life on fruits and veggies.
@Jaden Smith, Being a vegan is a huge missed steak.
@Laurance Barnes, I'm not vegan. I think most vegans overdue it.
@Jaden Smith, your ancestors frown upon you... jk, but really if you have a child give them the choice to be omnivorous or a herbivore.
It is kinda stupid for people to think killing animals is a bad thing. Almost any other omnivorous/carnivorous animals do it, so why not tell all of those animals to stop as well? Think about it vegans.
I did not climb to the top of the food chain to eat vegetables.
Just stay off horses Rob Sanderson. Kill all the other fvckers!
rob sanderson, my idol.
What is it with everyone segregating vegetarians and vegans recently? Im vegetarian and i know several friends that are too, and we all understand that we have our dietary choices and you have yours. That's why this kind of thing is a bit offensive, because most vegetatians have looked more into health or farming and are passionate about it. I respect other peoples' choices for thier diets but strongly disapprove of factory farming, so it is a little annoying when something i am so passionate about gets thrown around like a joke... Sry for the rant but i feel vegetarians and vegans are misrepresented as the ones forcing their views on others while recently it has been the other way around
@Winter Diablo, Agreed. I see more posts making fun of vegans/vegetarians than actual posts by vegans/vegetarians.
I don't care what any vegan says, bacon is fvcking delicious.
Before one states that something is immoral one must first ask what is moral? In the eyes of countless humans how can their simply be one rule that is right for all especially in terms of survival. And why survive if you can thrive on meat. And besides if you actually killed it yourself I'd say that would be perfectly fine it after all it is a circle of life... But then there is McDonalds....
I was raised vegan, and most of us do it for health reasons. The American Dietetic Association (ADA) concludes that a vegetarian or vegan diet is healthier than one that includes meat. They note that vegetarians have lower body mass indices, lower rates of death from ischemic heart disease, lower blood cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure, lower rates of hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and less prostate and colon cancer. Also it's argued that although the human body is capable of digesting meat, our bodies are actually designed to be herbivores. For example, the human molars are similar to those of an herbivore, flat and blunt, which make them good for grinding, not gnashing and tearing.
@Zerrie, incisors and canines, my friend... incisors and canines
18 July 2014 #18July2014
right, trees are alive aswell & provide us with oxygen, without them we'd inevitably die of carbon dioxide poisoning. To use them just to make paper is rediculous, unless ofcourse you re-plant a tree everytime you take one down to balance things out
@Metzger, rediculous? Are you sure it's not bluediculous?
@Kangaroo Jacked, I'm not sure of anything
@Metzger, which is why people should use hemp for paper and other things, instead of trees. It grows a lot faster too.
Have all my claps.
Even [some] plants eat meat
Also vegetarians need to just start calling them selves herbivores haha.
First comment! #firsttimebegentle
Humans have been eating meat for thousands of years.
Says the one who wears ugg boots made from sheep skin...
Thats my last name...
I like this guy!