no problem, enjoy ur beef
Aplunk1 said:MEAT IS TERRIBLE.
If we're ever going to live in a sustainable world, then we must be able to co-exist with the four-legged creatures. I mean, would you eat your dog?
On that note, it's tough being a vegetarian. I'm too skinny, and I frequently get cravings. Grrr.............. like right now.
Aplunk1 said:I forgot to amend a "just kidding" to my post, above.
I was hoping some would find a note of sarcasm in there. But really, a lot of preaching goes on in my campus from veggies and vegans. (Try going organic vegan... )
I do think that the U.S. is wasting tons of energy growing genetically-crossed crops of corn, feeding that to diseased animals (antibiotics, hormones), butchering them (inhumanely, and some of them very young-- veil), then shipping them, & selling them at different qualities (isn't assigning a value to a piece of meat kind of a sick idea?). Would any of you pay the extra $5/lb. for better quality/kosher meat?
Aplunk1 said:Why is it such a sensitive issue?