Loading...
Welcome to Anarcho-Punk.net community ! Please register or login to participate in the forums.   Ⓐ//Ⓔ

Watch this and Feel bad!

Discussion in 'General political debates' started by Probe, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. dwtcos

    dwtcosExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    642

    1

    3

    Oct 22, 2009
     
    Well I'm a young teenager too and I'm growing and veganism actually helped my regain a healthy weight (was unserweight) and blood sugar level (was too low). I've grown an inch and feel better then ever. You've just gotta get nuts man, it's all about the nuts!!! :D
     
  2. Cocytus

    CocytusExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    304

    0

    7

    Oct 14, 2009
     
    Murder humans and eat them instead, theres too fucking many of them.
     
  3. sparrowhawk

    sparrowhawkMember Forum Member


    13

    0

    0

    Mar 21, 2010
     
    Well said Carcass,
    anyone who really thinks about what we do to fellow living creatures on this planet can
    no longer eat meat and as for the energy thing ! for fucks sake you might as well go to
    church !
     
  4. Ivanovich

    IvanovichExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    676

    0

    6

    Jan 31, 2010
     
    Oh, you gone wrecked my gentle approach now. Probably ok though, I do think Rathryn gonna get there on his own in time.
     
  5. Ivanovich

    IvanovichExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    676

    0

    6

    Jan 31, 2010
     
    That's right, cos everyone knows there's no proteins in vegetables. Someone should tell that to elephants, they grow pretty big, eh?
     
  6. Probe

    ProbeExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    693

    1

    57

    Jan 30, 2010
     
    haha good one :D
     
  7. back2front

    back2frontExperienced Member Experienced member


    95

    0

    0

    Nov 26, 2009
     
    You can get better quality proteins from grains and pulses. Animal poteins have to be broken down and re-assembled. Vegetable proteins do not. Where do you think animals, such as cows, get their protein from in the first place?
     
  8. Ivanovich

    IvanovichExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    676

    0

    6

    Jan 31, 2010
     
    Also worth bearing in mind that cows, etc, manage to find enough b12 to keep them alive.
     
  9. NGNM85

    NGNM85Experienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    459

    0

    0

    Sep 8, 2009
     
    Videos like that are a cowardly tactic designed to circumvent rational discourse.
     
  10. stinagen

    stinagenExperienced Member Experienced member


    64

    0

    0

    Dec 6, 2009
     
    I have seen many videos similar to that and that's partially why I'm a vegetarian
     
  11. sparrowhawk

    sparrowhawkMember Forum Member


    13

    0

    0

    Mar 21, 2010
     
    I am 6ft 6 and 17 stone and meat free for 18 years
    last time i checked i wasn't dead
    I dont know maybe i photosynthesize what my body needs ?
     
  12. NGNM85

    NGNM85Experienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    459

    0

    0

    Sep 8, 2009
     
    I've seen many of them, and I am not. The problem is that the video is designed to elucidate a powerful emotional response, which isn't necessarily bad, in itself. However, that emotion needs to be tempered with reason and logic. These videos are often deliberately employed to drown out conversation. Moreover, it's really a cheap and cowardly substitute for argument.
     
  13. Anom

    AnomExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    698

    0

    0

    Dec 21, 2009
     
    I've seen lots of them too and they aren't why i'm vegan. I've seen it live up close.
    If a video like this makes an impression i still recomend trying to get to see a butchery or something for real. It doesn't always look this bad but if you're there you can get a differnet feeling then from a video. Not until you have actually held a knife in your hand and slit the thoat of a pig with it, you know if you are capable of eating meat or not, i think. I had an internship for two weeks at a butchery before i had even thought about going vegetarian and believe me, after that i couldn't enjoy a steak ever again.
     
  14. NGNM85

    NGNM85Experienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    459

    0

    0

    Sep 8, 2009
     
    I occasionally work in a butchers' shop. They only get the parts but it's tough to have any illusions when you're holding a cow's heart. I admit, if I had to personally kill the animal every time I ate meat I'd probably stop. Also it'd be incredibly time consuming, thats's why we developed agriculture in the first place. Anyhow, while I'm not vegetarian I'm actually not against vegetarianism, except for infants and children, in fact, I think it's a good thing because it's better for the environment. My big objection is to people who want to stop animal research.
     
  15. Anom

    AnomExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    698

    0

    0

    Dec 21, 2009
     
    The meateaters that i have a problem with are those who doesn't want to know what it is they are eating, who are disgusted by the fact that it's the flesh of a formerly living being and that pretends it's not. You know what you eat for real and do it any way, then i can respect it.
    If i put it like this: i would want there to be no need for animal research. If other alternatives are used more i think that's awesome.
     
  16. NGNM85

    NGNM85Experienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    459

    0

    0

    Sep 8, 2009
     
    So would I. However, to do so at this point would be to condemn thousands, perhaps millions of people to unnecessary death and suffering, and that's not a trade I'm willing to make. To do otherwise would be insane. However, computer models are getting better, if technology trends continue unabated, will have equivalent, and then superior alternatives, say, within thirty years or so. I garuntee you the minute this technology becomes availible it will be adopted universally.
     
  17. Anom

    AnomExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    698

    0

    0

    Dec 21, 2009
     
    I understand what you're saying, and i think what we can do is to put more preassure on them to get these other, animalfree, methods working and to use them in everything they can. It's supposedly cheaper to use animals today and so they do that a lot due to lack of money for their projects, but since scientific work is mostly financed by the state it's again the state that are putting their money in the wrong places. They need to know we don't want what is tested on animals.
     
  18. Just_Say_Cunt

    Just_Say_CuntMember Forum Member


    24

    0

    0

    Mar 24, 2010
     
    I have some crystals but more rocks *hehe* & that's soOo awesome. I literally only know 3 people that have crystals (& rocks) so to hear of someone else having them makes me feel a tiny bit less off my rocker. Hahaha! :ecouteurs:
     
  19. Anom

    AnomExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


    698

    0

    0

    Dec 21, 2009
     
    Really? Most people i know have crystals and rocks and lots of stuff like that. For a while there i guess i thought it was very common... So you're not the only freak :D
     
Loading...
Similar Threads - Watch Feel badForumDate
Watch Thugocracy's New FilmDocumentaries & MoviesApr 13, 2014
You cant see him... but he is always watchingGeneral political debatesMay 7, 2012
Here is something you need to watch.General political debatesDec 9, 2011
Do you watch television?Entertainment and off-topic discussionsAug 16, 2011
Trot WatchGeneral DiscussionJun 1, 2010