EvilJekyll wrote:To summarise, people will always people.
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kupo wrote:Everyone has "dark" inside of them unless they've swallowed a flashlight
Chrono shouldn't read this if he likes corgis.
EDIT: how could anyone eat this??
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kupo wrote:EDIT: how could anyone eat this??
James wrote:We eat some things and not other things, and there isn't really a moral reason for the distinction. I'd say it mostly comes down to practical concerns like how much meat they provide and how easy they are to farm.
It's a pretty weird protest, but people like to get all up in arms about this stuff when their own position doesn't really make much sense.
Nik wrote:You are totally missing the point:Nik wrote:alongside Yoko Ono
and added that Ono "looked a bit strange" as she also tasted the dog.
James wrote:It doesn't say that the corgi was a baby. And pets probably appear to have more personality than farm animals because we don't spend as much time around farm animals. The psychological distinction is really just a convenience.
It's fine for you to determine your eating habits according to cuteness if you want, but it's also pretty absurd.
kupo wrote:As silly as it must sound to you, I would never (again) eat veal (after learning that the..sadly delicious meat is technically made of tortured baby cows). And, yeah, sorry, I don't want to eat cute animals. I wouldn't eat rabbit, duck, lamb. Or puppy.
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