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Old 05-11-2007, 08:22 PM   #21
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I've eaten Ahi poke while the other half was still flopping on deck! Ahhh... Hawaii was good to me.
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It was the best I ever had! We caught it, my buddy from Guam sliced off half, cut it up, a little sesame and nori seasoning..... mmmmmmmmmmmm

Don't worry, the other half got eaten pretty soon after.
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i dont care if the other half got eaten my personal opinion is that meat is absolutely disgusting
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You say "Other animals do it, therefore it's perfectly natural"
Take a tour of a slaughterhouse, tell me how you feel, once you see that it's a living .
The useless waste of precious life is anything but natural.
If you are the consumer, You're a killer.

Am I wrong to call you a killer?

Was that not once a living creature slaughtered to satisfy your crave?

Or is murder a word that you interpret as you see fit?
So you're one of those tree hugging, PETA p u s s y s that are so misinformed you believe anything someone tells you?

You have only to look at our teeth to realize we were created to eat meat! Why you ask? Because vegetables alone do not provide us with the necessary protien and carbs that our bodies need and were designed for.

So, am I a killer? yeah! And I'll eat you if hungry enough. Those rabbits that Arturo posted were all eaten, except for the raccon, and just displayed simply to prove a point. Peta wants animals to have more rights than humans. I do not beleive in sensless killing just for joy. But I do believe in trophy hunting, and eat anything I kill.

And to answer your lame slaughter house comment, I once worked in one. The way they killed the cattle was as humane as you can get. They used a .357 and put it right in the back of their head. Do you wear leather when you ride? Are you gloves and boots made of it? How about your tennins shoes? You should thank a killer that you have shoes on your stinky feet! Or are you to busy eating soy burgers? How is slaughter cattle, or eating the fish originally posted useless waste?
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i iven heard an argument from a vegen that humans by nature dont posess the enzymes in our digestive system to properly process meat, therefore we are by nature herbivores.

please. when i take a , its not the steak i ate a few hours ago that i see, its the corn.
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i dont care if the other half got eaten my personal opinion is that meat is absolutely disgusting
Oh, fair enough. I have some pretty good quinoa recipes if you are interested.

I have a good tofu jerky one too!
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i iven heard an argument from a vegen that humans by nature dont posess the enzymes in our digestive system to properly process meat, therefore we are by nature herbivores.

please. when i take a , its not the steak i ate a few hours ago that i see, its the corn.

that my friend, is fin funny! I don't care who you are!
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Brandon, I understand your viewpoint on veganism. But you said yourself, that you wont eat meat unless it's given to you. So how can you come on here and defend vegan's by saying that to me? Cmon bro. And as for that pic arturo posted, I honestly think they didnt kill all those animals (besides the ) just for laughter. My uncle hunts as well as most hunters, and understands that they kill for food and not for joy. Plus Godsuki's got a point. Those shoes you wear as well as the glove's you wear ARE LEATHER. So think twice about bashing all us "MEAT LOVERS" before posting up stuff like this...cmon bro.

As for the fish vid, yeah it is a little cruel as well as unsanitary. I mean cook the thing before eating it, that's just not right. But as for me I gotta jet, got some meat I need to turn over on the grill.....
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Brandon, I understand your viewpoint on veganism. But you said yourself, that you wont eat meat unless it's given to you. So how can you come on here and defend vegan's by saying that to me? Cmon bro. And as for that pic arturo posted, I honestly think they didnt kill all those animals (besides the ) just for laughter. My uncle hunts as well as most hunters, and understands that they kill for food and not for joy. Plus Godsuki's got a point. Those shoes you wear as well as the glove's you wear ARE LEATHER. So think twice about bashing all us "MEAT LOVERS" before posting up stuff like this...cmon bro.

As for the fish vid, yeah it is a little cruel as well as unsanitary. I mean cook the thing before eating it, that's just not right. But as for me I gotta jet, got some meat I need to turn over on the grill.....
i own nothing with leather, and dont tousch meat at all, i havent touched meaqt in quite a while, and im sorry i dont believe in cooking and eating somwthing that is still alive
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So you're one of those tree hugging, PETA p u s s y s that are so misinformed you believe anything someone tells you?

You have only to look at our teeth to realize we were created to eat meat! Why you ask? Because vegetables alone do not provide us with the necessary protien and carbs that our bodies need and were designed for.

So, am I a killer? yeah! And I'll eat you if hungry enough. Those rabbits that Arturo posted were all eaten, except for the raccon, and just displayed simply to prove a point. Peta wants animals to have more rights than humans. I do not beleive in sensless killing just for joy. But I do believe in trophy hunting, and eat anything I kill.

And to answer your lame slaughter house comment, I once worked in one. The way they killed the cattle was as humane as you can get. They used a .357 and put it right in the back of their head. Do you wear leather when you ride? Are you gloves and boots made of it? How about your tennins shoes? You should thank a killer that you have shoes on your stinky feet! Or are you to busy eating soy burgers? How is slaughter cattle, or eating the fish originally posted useless waste?
p u ssy? haha you my friend are an ignorant piece of , killing for the pure joy of shooting something my friend is ****ing wrong, and im not peta dumbass im just a vegan. and to answer your question, i dont ride with any leather at all, never have never will.
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i iven heard an argument from a vegen that humans by nature dont posess the enzymes in our digestive system to properly process meat, therefore we are by nature herbivores.

please. when i take a , its not the steak i ate a few hours ago that i see, its the corn.
its true, our bodys originally were not built to digest meat properly
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Awww cmon. Cant lie bro. I remember you saying that to me, cause I asked you about that tattoo on your arm, remember? :dontknow:

If you dont ride with leather on you, then what's that on your hands in your avatar buddy? Not trying to bash non-meat lovers, just merely pointing out....


Personally, I dont care if you like meat or not. I'm not gonna hate on ya, it's just not your cup o tea.....
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Awww cmon. Cant lie bro. I remember you saying that to me, cause I asked you about that tattoo on your arm, remember? :dontknow:

If you dont ride with leather on you, then what's that on your hands in your avatar buddy? Not trying to bash non-meat lovers, just merely pointing out....


Personally, I dont care if you like meat or not. I'm not gonna hate on ya, it's just not your cup o tea.....
that was how long ago? i havent eaten a single piece of even dairy in quite some time,and the gloves are my icon mesh ones that have been beaten to and back, the same ones i always ride with when i go to your side of town
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Ok....well either way, like I said. I'm not gonna bash anyone for voting against meat, but dont bash anyone on here. The only reason they're doing that is cause your so against the killing of small furry creatures....


killing animals purely for enjoyment is bad, and I do not condone it.

But killing animals for nourishment is alright in my eye's......
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the original topicis that i was defending someone cooking and eating an animal that was still alive, i attempted to stay out of this until people kept saying its fine to torture then eat something merely because we can
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I know. It aint cool to do something like that. But that's an entirely different culture....:dontknow:
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who needs fish THAT fresh. Medium well please.
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Oh, and speaking of PETA...

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