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    I admit to not watching the video as it is not my cup of tea, but I know exactly the practice you are speaking of. Some people simply do not appreciate and respect the animal life they are taking for their own consumption, in this case, manifested in a neglect to end the animal's life in a manor with as little fear and pain as possible.

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    I've got a pretty strong stomach, but I almost puked a little, watching that.

    It's a disgusting, pointless practice. The other posts here pretty much covered it. How is it okay to inflict that kind of suffering on a living being, for the sake of consumption?
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    There is no immediate, direct consequence to destroying an entity that can't fight back. Animals are of lower intelligence - where would you find a fish that can converse with a top tier human being? Progress, not process, matters, because over the seas, the U.S. citizens are eying us with condescendence. What do U.S. citizens think about them that makes them so highly? They slaughter animals in the same fashion for food.

    Don't take me literally.

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    You should see what humans do to other humans.
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    Quite unfortunate for the animals to be subject to individuals who may fall to different beliefs and/or ethical stances about the situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    Quite unfortunate for the animals to be subject to individuals who may fall to different beliefs and/or ethical stances about the situation.
    This.

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