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    I don't have any huge major issues with Monsanto, and if anything, I have sympathy for them. No company is perfect (and there are a few things I take issue with), but by and large I think they have received a significant amount of unfair PR and flack due to anti-GMO nuts and enviro-nazi's. I honestly would have no problem working for them someday.
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    I fear for religious liberty post Obergefell v. Hodges.

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    I feel like you can't discuss certain issues without looking like a total asshole. You just have to offer watered down versions, because the second someone is offended any attempt at discussion just stops. And that is so hard to do all the time.

    So I think that people put too much stigma on what is right and what is wrong, and just ignore what is. Don't know if that is a good thing or a bad thing, but it is irritating to me, and I would say semi-controversial. To what extent can you be offensive, and should you be able to?
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    I think that compassion should be extended to all sentient beings, and that vegetarianism will become increasingly common as society becomes more morally evolved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lumi View Post
    I think that compassion should be extended to all sentient beings, and that vegetarianism will become increasingly common as society becomes more morally evolved.
    I agree about vegetarian that in 50 to 200 years people will look at those who consume meat as monsters. That being said I'm already judged as a monster by society so that judgement will not deter me
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    I hear toucan is pretty gamey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I hear toucan is pretty gamey.
    Its actually pretty sweet as long as you follow your nose.

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    Froot Loops = Soylent Sam?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Froot Loops = Soylent Sam?
    How does Count Chocula or Captain Crunch factor into this? And of course, there's Boo Berry.





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