Carracci - The Butchers Shop - 1583
looks like somebody is bitter, maybe hitting a little personal nerve
Oh yea totally.
I have an advertisement on craigslist looking for lesbian vegans who need some penis in them... but noone answers so im bitter.
Maybe this guy is more your type...
Not bad - now if 90% of vegans I met didn't look anemic I might be more tempted to give it a try.
Evidently Natalie Portman had to switch off being vegan because of pregnancy. At least shes rational.
Uh yeah... she's a vegetarian still... I personally haven't been arguing about eating meat, but you and Heather seem really stuck on the anti-vegan meme.
Geez, Stephen, do you even read the things you post links to? She stopped eating a vegan diet because she said she "felt like she WANTED that stuff," meaning dairy and eggs, and also craved sweets but didn't seem to care whether they had dairy and eggs in them. It had nothing to do with some sort of nutritional need, despite the claims of the idiot doctor farther down the page. Plenty of vegan women, including some that I know, have had perfectly healthy babies as well as been quite healthy during and after their pregnancy themselves. As I said a few pages ago, I don't have time to personally argue with all the idiotic claims people here are making about nutritional deficiencies of a vegan diet, but if you type "vegan nutrition" into Google, you'll find plenty of information about the matter.
or should i say in the west, please lay off the meat sandwich manatee
Watch the Matrix and tell me that the machines are moral for harnessing humans for energy. They make humans think they're living normal lives, while keeping them captive in pods until they die. That's even a clear improvement over what we do for livestock.
The only thing questionable about it was the dull nature of the lives they provided. They could have just as easily given people super powers and/or extremely intriguing lives. If we could actually induce thoughts into cattle, perhaps we would have the decency to make them crime fighting bovines and members of a romanticized bovinoso crime family. :D
So you're ok with being held captive as long as our machine overlords make things interesting for us? (side note: that was actually addressed in the movies -- the machines claimed that a more interesting imaginary world didn't work)
Would you mind if aliens came to earth and put us into captivity (and farmed us for food) because we weren't able to pass a test that they had created to determine whether we were a higher functioning life form?
Do I get to live an imaginary life as a superhero? Please don't cite The Matrix as indicating that won't work, please - it is just a movie after all.