... Won t go into details, but if you eat commercially raised big agribusiness chicken and pork and won t use fur, you are either fooling yourself or aMessage 1 of 14 , Oct 1, 2004View Source--- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, "Angelia R" <shados@9...> wrote:
> Hasn't brainwashed me one bit!Won't go into details, but if you eat commercially raised big
> Angelia in OR who is a hunter, and a farmer who raises MEAT!
agribusiness chicken and pork and won't use fur, you are either
fooling yourself or a hypocrite (is there a difference?).
And for the record, I eat these things. I realize that it is an
unfortunate fact of life that modern economics makes it cruel, but I
don't use some PETA rhetoric as a sop to my conscience or to
distract me from the fact that this basic cruelty is only avoidable
by going vegetatian.
Use the fir. Say you got milk delivered. You need it, right? (regardless of allergies) But you find out milkman uses some of the money for drugs. Do you quitMessage 1 of 14 , Oct 1, 2004View SourceUse the fir.
Say you got milk delivered. You need it, right? (regardless of allergies)
But you find out milkman uses some of the money for drugs.
Do you quit getting milk because of something that happens out of your
hands? You are paying for an item and a service, what happens after that
isn't truly your biz unless it hurts children.
Think of it as recycling. Animals were put on this earth for a variety of
reasons. For those who use the Christian bible, Jehovah told one of the
disciples after he dreamed a dream in which all the animals of the world was
shown him under a tent,even animals he didn't recognize or were forbidden
under Aramaic testament, that all the creatures of the world were given as
The fir/hide/pelt/skins would of course be used, wouldn't they?
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