Are you guilty of this kind of violence?

Are you guilty of this kind of violence?

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    Cool Are you guilty of this kind of violence?

    For shame!


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    I'm all for killing bell peppers. Hate them with a passion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    I'm all for killing bell peppers. Hate them with a passion.
    Well just look at the horror you cause.
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    Vegetarian: Old indian word for poor hunter.
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    I tried to be a humanitarian for awhile, but then I had no friends. At least when I'm a vegetarian, they don't scream when I eat them.
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    I think my dinner should have caused great carnage on the plant and vegetable population. This allows my dinner to turn putrid green matter into great red blood dripping protein that can be seared on a fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanuckQue View Post
    I tried to be a humanitarian for awhile, but then I had no friends. At least when I'm a vegetarian, they don't scream when I eat them.
    At least not that you can hear.
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    I love finding, chopping up and eating vegetables of all types?

    Sometimes raw, sometimes cooked.

    Does this mean I am guilty of vegetabalism?
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    A human being cannot forage enough vegetable matter to power his/her brain and body in a 12 hour period of daylight. It falls short by over 700 calories. There is no such thing as a hominid "gatherer". Only by farming or eating cooked meat (hunter/gatherer) can we generate enough calories to survive. This is why you don't seen any increased cc size in brains prior to finding animal bones in the fire pits of our ancestors. Hunting is what gave us time to do something other than foraging, and before that a large brain was impossible because of the caloric demand it placed on the animal....or, so the current prevalent theory goes....

    For me, just looking at how we are built (two eyes, two ears, nose, skeleton designed for defense, all to survive and range prey), it's pretty obvious we were designed as hunters. It's pretty obvious to be the being orders of magnitude smarter than our animal friends we were intended to have dominion.

    Then there is going hunting. To me that just feels like the most natural and right thing in the world. It's when I get to stop living on top of the earth like some sort of visitor who doesn't belong, and actually become immersed in it, part of it, and in nature rather than on it.
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    In an effort to get vege's back into our diet (thank you JL and Sister), I've started grilling vege's to be included with my usual BBQ prep. They've been mercifully and quickly killed & cleaned prior to grilling.
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    oh my, working at the pizza restaurant in high school we would feed peppers and onions through a high speed industrial chopper that could decimate a 40lbs box of peppers in minutes. it was extermination. I was tried on war crimes but was ultimately released as I was following orders and was known to be merciful to prisoners.
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    When I was on mess-duty in the Navy, the cook told me he had a small job for me and then I was free for the rest of the day. The small job turned out to be peeling 200 pounds of onions and chopping them for salad. My hands were stained dark brown and smelled like onions for weeks. I was just following orders, I swear!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanlouise View Post
    For shame!



    LOL You need help...LOL
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    OK JL, you caught me. I admit it, I'm a veggie killer! I'm probably the worst kind. I'll kill multiple veggies at one setting. I've been known to stuff one of those poor innocent bell peppers with ground beef, rice mixed together with tomato sauce then cook them in the oven. Then to torture them even more, I'll cover them with cheese and melt it on top.
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