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    Quote Originally Posted by Beargryllz View Post
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_meat#In_Asia

    Eating cat is good luck

    Besides, they have 9 lives

    I have never eaten cat
    I'll just stick to Korean horror films, then, and pass on their cuisine.
    Korea doesn't seem like the luckiest of countries..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    This thread reminds me of the signs plastered on the backsides of buses in Boston sometimes:




    ..I'm marinating chicken breast right now. When it is finished, I will cuddle my cat on the couch, and enjoy consuming dead bird.

    Also, everytime I see ''DOLPHIN FRIENDLY'' on tuna can labels, I can't help but wonder how dolphin might taste.

    I guess I'm a savage, at heart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post

    Yes, why when we can easily eat both. Like turducken but chickitten.

    Also, everytime I see ''DOLPHIN FRIENDLY'' on tuna can labels, I can't help but wonder how dolphin might taste.
    Tastes a little bit like whale but not as greasy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by earthtrekker1775 View Post
    Yes, why when we can easily eat both. Like turducken but chickitten.



    Tastes a little bit like whale but not as greasy.
    *covers ears*
    no.
    NO
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    You misspelled "NOM NOM"
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    Maybe if my cat ever dies, I'll have him cremated, and I'll make a milkshake from his ashes.

    I already gave him purrmission to eat my remains if I go first.
    Hm, I probably need to write up a legal document..
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    04/25 04:20:35 Patches: Don't listen to lex. She wants to birth a litter of kittens. She doesnt get to decide whats creepy

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    Why do humans kill animals?



    Let's say for personal reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    In my opinion my response was fairly restrained. And to be perfectly honest I don't need it to do my side any favors.

    Hunting and Football, (esp. college football) are so ingrained in the culture that trying to do away with their regional importance would be like trying to tell the British to not have such a dry humor, or telling Russians to stop drinking Vodka. It's one of the things that make our culture unique. Trying to change that, is basically like saying Southerners would be better off not being Southern.

    I'm willing to entertain the idea that there are other forms of male bonding that should be explored in our culture, but I'll never agree that we should do away with treasured traditions just to appease your more delicate sensibilities.
    Whatever happen to America's favorite pastime, Baseball? Funny how such a pastime that used to be so ingrained in American culture get overlooked for a newer one.

    That aside, @Tallulah and DB, I don't see anything too wrong with hunting and fishing as long the meat is actually used and the animals being hunted are thriving. I mean, it is at least better than having to eat prepackaged food. I don't necessarily see anything wrong with showing a "prize."

    I mean, there are other issues that need to be addressed, but I won't be the one opening a can of worms this time (unless push comes to shove.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post

    This argument can only be used by the culturally retarded. In India for example cows are sacred, one can feel emotionally attached to any given animal, or they can eat it without feeling guilty, I however would opt out of eating meat, not because it causes animal death, but because it causes animal cruelty. Also its really disgusting too.

    So anyone that says they are against animal cruelty that buys meat is contradicting themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelric View Post
    You certainly have a point here -- industrialized meat production is a pretty awful, unhealthy enterprise for all concerned. No arguments from me there. But to equate that to saying that it's immoral to eat meat, period, doesn't compute. A more reasonable conclusion would be that we need to pay more attention to the sources of our food, and consume in a manner that's more reflective of an environmentally healthy viewpoint.
    Absolutely.

    It's also important to note that non-industrial meat is demonstrably better for you and (often) tastier. I don't eat a lot of meat -- maybe a chicken sandwich once a week at most. I think I've bought beef once in the last 3-4 years, and I ordered it directly from a ranch in Montana -- all grass-fed, no feedlots, antibiotics, etc. And *wow* -- it was really, really good. But it cost significantly more than corn-fed, antibiotic-pumped, feedlot beef (thanks to subsidies, etc. -- but let's not get into that here). I'd buy from that ranch again in a second -- but only for special occasions.
    I do buy all my beef from a dairy farm nearby. I have done this since I moved here. It's more expensive than store bought, certainly, but I like that I can see precisely what I am buying because it's walking around in a grassy pasture. I know how the animal is raised, fed and ultimately processed. It is incredibly good beef and I am willing to pay the higher price for two reasons. One is that I don't want to feed commercially raised beef to my family. The other is that I like buying in bulk and the per pound price (around $2.75) ends up being less because I'm paying for the processing by the mobile butcher outright. They butcher and package exactly the way I want, which saves me some time as well. I get pork, chickens, eggs, milk, butter and turkeys the same way.
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