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Threads like this are like truth detectors.

I learned from the entire Vick episode not to even engage with "people" who think killing a domesticated animal is "no big deal." In my opinion people who truly hold those beliefs (and aren't just tro

With that attitude, I sincerely hope you don't have one.

[quotwname=AtlantaFalconPokerPro" post="9393645" timestamp="1433017426]Headed to longhorns within the hour. About to down a flos fillet and won't think twice about where it originated.

Her name was Peaches.

She was a yearling.

She loved the fresh breezes.

She remembered her mother's milk quite fondly.

She loved ambling with her herd, contentedly munching fresh green grass, and fragrant, earthy hay.

Then--- it happened. Kindly human-friend led her to a dark, narrow, scary space and forced her into it. She was scared, but she trusted her human-friends to keep her from harm.

Her next memory was motion. Impossibly fast, and acrid fumes that she did not recognize assailed her nostrils. Loud, brash, blatting noises assaulted her ears, much like Ol' Grampy the goat made when angry, but much worse.

Her momentary relief at finally being freed of the dark moving box was dashed when she saw the lot she was being led to. Her human-friend barely looked at her as she was led away. Poor Peaches was fed until she was bursting. She felt uncomfortable, and bloated. The grains did not smell right; they smelled of something vaguely--- bad. Instead of the freedom of the open field, the warm sun, the cooling breezes, she was in a cage. Barely able to move. The buzzing of flies was a constant droning irritation.

Peaches last memory was being led in a line behind other cattle, not one of her herd to be seen or to find comfort from. She was herded along until she saw a human-frien with a strange thing. He was touching the non-herd mates ahead of her, and they fell over.

Suddenly, the strange human-friend was standing over her, and he reeked of death. He touched his odd human-device, cold and metallic, against her head and---.

Enjoy your filet.

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To argue the reason for why dogs are valued over chickens or cows in America, is to argue all of the western world's culture and history. There are countries where dogs are food, just like there are countries where cows are sacred. It is neither wrong, nor hypocritical, to see creatures which are viewed as pets in American society, as being not OK to eat or to hunt for sport. Neither the country that hunts horses, nor the one that uses them as transportation, are in the wrong. It's culture, and culture will always be unique to the area in which it is bred.

With that said, mods, please kill this thread. Thank You. cool.png

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I don't care if the pet was placed in his care or not, what he did is wrong, eating meat that went through suffering is wrong, and people who can't look in the mirror are wrong.

I'm going fishing in the morning. The poor unsuspecting fish hunting for food will swallow the jagged hook on my line as I snatch him out of the water, where he'll grasp for oxygen and flop around in an attempt to free himself from my evil trap make it back to the peacefully serenity of the ocean. As he realizes his attempts of escape are impossible and he lays there helplessly clinching to life I'll pull the knife from my side and behead him, all in the name of feeding my family. God how can I live with myself. Someone needs to stop me before I commit such a heinous crime.

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Just heard about this, what a ****** thing for a person to do. Like a lot of people, I was a bit worried about him being drafted considering his history at Notre Dame, but was willing to give him a chance based on the organizations willingness to do the same. Glad to see we aren't keeping him around after this. You only get one second chance.

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I'm not going back to read 50 pages, but am I to understand that there are people in this thread who are arguing that savagely stomping to death a defenseless domesticated dog should not be considered a criminal act?

Please tell me that's not the case.

Nah, they got banned. The current numbnuts are the ones arguing that it's hypocritical to be bothered by that, while not being bothered by how cattle are treated, or that deer are hunted.

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I'm not going back to read 50 pages, but am I to understand that there are people in this thread who are arguing that savagely stomping to death a defenseless domesticated dog should not be considered a criminal act?

Please tell me that's not the case.

That's part of it. The other part is people equating killing animals for food as torturing animals and eating chicken sandwiches with condoning animal torture. And my personal favorite, that if you eat meat you can not have a problem with someone brutally murdering a defenseless animal.

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Nah, they got banned. The current numbnuts are the ones arguing that it's hypocritical to be bothered by that, while not being bothered by how cattle are treated, or that deer are hunted.

Oh don't get your panties in a bunch cuz a precious little doggy got hurt. Do anything just don't hurt the poor little doggies they are man's best friend. Oh and they don't make that tasty steak so brutalizing them is just inhuman.

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Oh don't get your panties in a bunch cuz a precious little doggy got hurt. Do anything just don't hurt the poor little doggies they are man's best friend. Oh and they don't make that tasty steak so brutalizing them is just inhuman.

You're making me hungry for some steak.

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Jdave has already brought it up but the fact is you're posting from a device that is tied to child labor while calling everybody else hypocrites because of their lack of outrage over the food industry which is extremely ironic.

You are supporting child labor by the standards you have set forth in this thread and I am outraged(much like you)that you're willing to point out other peoples hypocrisy when it comes to animals while not addressing the human rights violations that were required for you to even post in this thread.

Notice I didn't address any specific poster but if the shoe fits lace that bitch up and wear you hypocrite.

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http://www.ibtimes.com/samsung-suppliers-child-labor-reports-prompt-galaxy-s5-maker-pull-some-orders-1649000

Glad I got me a galaxy. Research is so great before you go pointing fingers. Hope those laces fit nice and snug, to nobody in particular that is

As well as the hat on your head or the shoes on your feet?No matter where you go I can tie something of yours to child labor and you absolutely know its true.

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/08/29/technology/supplier-for-samsung-and-lenovo-accused-of-using-child-labor.html?referrer=&_r=0

Even the article you posted supports what I said though so I don't get what you were even trying to say.

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As well as the hat on your head or the shoes on your feet?No matter where you go I can tie something of yours to child labor and you absolutely know its true.

That's funny cause I'm actually in the retail clothing business and I produce my own clothing. I buy whole sell from American producers (Tultex, American Apparel) so unless the child labor laws changed round here I think I may be in the clear.

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As well as the hat on your head or the shoes on your feet?No matter where you go I can tie something of yours to child labor and you absolutely know its true.

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/08/29/technology/supplier-for-samsung-and-lenovo-accused-of-using-child-labor.html?referrer=&_r=0

Even the article you posted supports what I said though so I don't get what you were even trying to say.

The article states they stopped dealing with the company who was using child labor and even started recalls

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