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SJF_Penguin2 said …
I have been a vegetarian for the past twenty-one years or so. I am not one for health reasons but for animal life reasons. (It is probably the only view I have that is not a traditionally conservative view.) Though I'm not sure what the exact meaning of life for an animal is (and I wonder about the meaning of my own sometimes), I am unable to look at an animal with the belief that it would be more valuable as a sandwich (which will take only minutes to eat) than as a living thing . . . Posted over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
(which could live a life of years or a decade or more). Exsanguination, evisceration, and consumption seem a pointless existence. In general, I don't try to convert people—people have to make their own choices about these things—but I will say that there are plenty of graphic videos available on YouTube and elsewhere for anyone curious about how Bessie becomes a burger or how Porky plops on your plate. The Beatle Paul McCartney has said that "if slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be a vegetarian," and while that is certainly an exaggeration, it is true that less dissociation would change at least some minds. over a year ago
ITF said …
“Recognize meat for what it really is: the antibiotic- and pesticide-laden corpse of a tortured animal.” ~ Ingrid Newkirk Posted over a year ago
ITF said …
Did you know that most cheese has meat in it? Look it up on Google. Posted over a year ago
MaxandMart commented…
I did not know that the cheese itself contained meat - but the milk that cheese is made out of does come from animals, and true vegetarians should not be eating it anyway. over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Some cheeses are made by using calf rennet to coagulate milk. Other cheeses are made using rennet from non-animal sources. over a year ago
glelsey commented…
Yeah, apparently that happens a lot in America still. Here in the UK, most cheeses are now vegetarian, but some still aren't (e.g. parmesan). over a year ago