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The End of Meat is Here
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Post: #31
RE: The End of Meat is Here
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-21-2020 09:13 PM)
"The End of Meat is Here"

Vegans wish. lol

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Yeah, if they get their wish, Im going for vegan long pig.
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Post: #32
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-21-2020 08:44 PM)
A Tyson plant in Perry, Iowa, had 730 cases of the coronavirus — nearly 60 percent of its employees. At another Tyson plant, in Waterloo, Iowa, there were 1,031 reported cases among about 2,800 workers.

Sick workers mean plant shutdowns,

Just because somebody tests positive for covid in no way means that they are sick. The large majority never even get noticeable symptoms and only a small % actually get termed "sick".

Stats of the actual sick at these plants would provide a basis for the thread premise.
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Post: #33
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If someone loves the taste of animal flesh so much, then they should really kill and slaughter it themselves.

That way at least you have the awareness of what it took to put it on your plate.

Killing animals purely for the sake of pleasure is evil.

When people eat meat because they need it in order to survive it is obviously a different situation.

But the way people think about it (or not think about it) has resulted in a situation where billions of innocent animals are tortured and abused every year just because humans like the taste of their flesh.

It was not meant to be this way.
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Post: #34
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Animals do not pollute and they do not try to destroy nature or themselves.

Neither do they poison themselves with smoking, drinking alcohol and taking drugs.

Humans are the only ones stupid enough to do that and then even have the audacity to call the animals dumb and to think that they are better than them and that humans have more right to be here than the animals do.

What arrogance and stupidity!

Human beings are evil while the animals aren’t. Animals only kill as needed to eat (for survival) and in self defense, they do not kill for “pleasure” like evil human beings do.

Human beings should learn from the animals and from nature, like the American Indians did and become environmentalists.
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Post: #35
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Strange, Australians have no trouble with this

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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Post: #36
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Uppity Me  Wrote: (05-22-2020 12:23 PM)
Strange, Australians have no trouble with this

Or, as it seems, with fighting over who gets to have the last rolls of Tp chuckle

Australians also eat sharks (which they call "flake") with their chips,

Naughty

which is not on the list of what is allowed, out of the creatures that we may catch and eat from the waters.

And now, the great whites don't have enough food to hunt, no doubt thanks to in large part this stupidity, and are one of the latest species now noticed to be disappearing

Sharks don't have both fins AND scales, so they are of limits.
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chuckoffline
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Post: #37
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-21-2020 09:46 PM)
No meat shortage in Canada. Canada exports the majority of its meat so the domestic supply will be maintained before exports..

Most of the meat at the Freshco I go to has gone up by 2 dollars average. ground beef about $1.50 a 375g package. They're not even a 454g/1lb anymore.
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Post: #38
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THE MESSIAH  Wrote: (05-21-2020 09:42 PM)
Wouldn’t it be great if humanity stopped enslaving, abusing and murdering billlions of good beings for pleasure and profit?

It’s so sad to watch them all act like they are good while smiling with the flesh of other good beings stuck in their teeth...

Does humanity even know what good is?

How did they manage convince themselves that it was good to enslave, abuse and murder other good beings?

Here! Here!

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Post: #39
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Uppity Me  Wrote: (05-22-2020 12:23 PM)
Strange, Australians have no trouble with this

Meat is still a staple dietary item for the majority. However, their are many vegetarians and vegans as well. Major supermarkets are introducing more Vegan options as well as many traditional restaurants. I'm Vegan, if people want to eat meat I have no problem with that. Each to their own.

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Post: #40
RE: The End of Meat is Here
Damnrod  Wrote: (05-21-2020 09:59 PM)
Nah, lots of critters left to eat and there is always fish. I put a dozen in the freezer the other day.

I am not an herbivore and I am not government owned livestock.

I will eat whatever I want. Including vegetarian fed long pig if necessary

that sounds gay
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Post: #41
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SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (05-22-2020 08:24 AM)
I don't eat carbs (or try not to) so I rely on meat for protein. I eat anywhere from 6-12 ounces a day between lunch and dinner.

I guess I could switch to a substitute like tofu or eggs if I had to throw in some tuna fish I think I could survive.

don't eat many carbs either. I lose too much weight if I exclude them entirely. But meat, eggs, cheese and veggies are my top foods. Fish is meat.

I encourage anyone else to become a vegetarian, leaves more for me.
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Post: #42
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I can see a future -- long-term diet preferences exacerbated by the present pandemic -- where Americans eat less and less meat. On our little homestead we are (slowly) transitioning to eating only what we can grow.

Right now we have two small flocks of chickens (14 layers and eight pullets who will be laying in a couple of months) and a herd of seven goats (two wethers and five does -- one in milk). These are mostly Nigerians, easy to keep and a good "starter" breed; but we will be transitioning to a mix of Nubians and Boers for dairy and meat production as the need arises.

But what if you don't have an acre or so and an easy-going zoning board?
  • If you can keep 6-8 layer chickens on your property, they won't take more than a half-hour a day's work to provide you with eggs and occasionally a "retired" hen for the pot.
  • If you add a half-dozen Cornish Crosses to the flock every quarter (they butcher at only 7-8 weeks of age), you will have enough meat and eggs for a family of four year-round.
  • If you're serious about maintaining a high-protein diet -- even with a drastic reduction in commercially-grown and -prepared meat -- this could be a viable option.

Or you could babble about "long pig".

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Post: #43
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-21-2020 08:44 PM)
The End of Meat is Here
Is any panic more primitive than the one prompted by the thought of empty grocery store shelves? Is any relief more primitive than the one provided by comfort food?

Most everyone has been doing more cooking these days, more documenting of the cooking, and more thinking about food in general. The combination of meat shortages and President Trump’s decision to order slaughterhouses open despite the protestations of endangered workers has inspired many Americans to consider just how essential meat is.

Is it more essential than the lives of the working poor who labor to produce it? It seems so. An astonishing six out of 10 counties that the White House itself identified as coronavirus hot spots are home to the very slaughterhouses the president ordered open.

In Sioux Falls, S.D., the Smithfield pork plant, which produces some 5 percent of the country’s pork, is one of the largest hot spots in the nation. A Tyson plant in Perry, Iowa, had 730 cases of the coronavirus — nearly 60 percent of its employees. At another Tyson plant, in Waterloo, Iowa, there were 1,031 reported cases among about 2,800 workers.

Sick workers mean plant shutdowns, which has led to a backlog of animals. Some farmers are injecting pregnant sows to cause abortions. Others are forced to euthanize their animals, often by gassing or shooting them. It’s gotten bad enough that Senator Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, has asked the Trump administration to provide mental health resources to hog farmers.

Despite this grisly reality — and the widely reported effects of the factory-farm industry on America’s lands, communities, animals and human health long before this pandemic hit — only around half of Americans say they are trying to reduce their meat consumption. Meat is embedded in our culture and personal histories in ways that matter too much, from the Thanksgiving turkey to the ballpark hot dog. Meat comes with uniquely wonderful smells and tastes, with satisfactions that can almost feel like home itself. And what, if not the feeling of home, is essential?

And yet, an increasing number of people sense the inevitability of impending change.

Animal agriculture is now recognized as a leading cause of global warming. According to The Economist, a quarter of Americans between the ages of 25 and 34 say they are vegetarians or vegans, which is perhaps one reason sales of plant-based “meats” have skyrocketed, with Impossible and Beyond Burgers available everywhere from Whole Foods to White Castle.

Our hand has been reaching for the doorknob for the last few years. Covid-19 has kicked open the door.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/21/opini...anism.html

I guess it's the end of meat for people who choose to live in cement labyrinths filled with millions of people.

It's not the end of meat for me. Because all I have to do is drive to a farm, buy a cow, and have it butchered.

Meat did just fine before the processing industry. And it will continue to do fine.

This is your wake up call, cities are apocalypses waiting to happen. Move out.
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Post: #44
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Dr Phil  Wrote: (05-22-2020 03:13 PM)
This is your wake up call, cities are apocalypses waiting to happen. Move out.

word, the wise will heed it
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Post: #45
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Meat is damaging to the health but that is not the intention of the article. The intention of the article is to show that whatever Trump does it is bad.

Trump don't want only meat business to continue, he wants every business to continue. He wants USA open. So in this case he could use the neccessity of these business, that the article criticizes noneless, because dems and mass media wants USA closed, jobs lost, people suffering and angry. They expect they will profit from chaos and people will vote for their pedophile to be the next president winning to Trump in rigged mail vote that they think they control as they put people on every place to control everything on these 8 Obama years.

Now comes split of timelines and they will have their pedo in power and the world going to full control, in that timeline.

And we will have a mass awakening in the other timeline.

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