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#2 - Picture 08/08/2014 on 4 chong fit story 0
#55 - I'm gonna tape glycogen to a tree if he ever meets me irl 1v1 08/08/2014 on PETA and bikers - enjoy! 0
#47 - looking at nudist children images online 08/08/2014 on What is something legal... 0
#82 - yes neokun, that is horrible. I don't support such treatment. … 08/08/2014 on Before & After -1
#72 - most average males are not powerlifters though  [+] (2 new replies) 08/08/2014 on omg 0
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#73 - capslockrage (08/08/2014) [-]
well my point was that she wasn't lifting very much weight.
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#74 - capslockrage (08/08/2014) [-]
Ok maybe I was exaggerating a little bit by saying that most average males could do it.
#66 - >There is easily enough resources to let one generation liv…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/08/2014 on Before & After +2
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#77 - inquisition (08/08/2014) [-]
>Giving glycogen the time of day

Summary:

- Thermodynamics doesn't apply if you don't eat fat
- Doesn't understand that protein is for growth and repair
- Dietary fat serves no purpose other than making you fat
- Generic vegan shitposting pictures
- "You have a corpse inside you"
- "You have psychological issues" ad hom
#64 - but you cannot let them live to old age, because you don't hav…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/08/2014 on Before & After -2
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#82 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
yes neokun, that is horrible. I don't support such treatment. Instead I buy meat from my local farmer, that I know and I can see how he treats his animals
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#78 - neokun (08/08/2014) [-]
I kinda agree with him a little, I mean there is some pretty fucking shocking places on earth where animals are treated real fucking bad. I saw one time a baby cow have its legs broken with a mallet to make the meat more tender. C'mon, thats fucking monstrous.
#65 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
There is easily enough resources to let one generation live well.

Considering that 59 billion are killed a year and 59 billion more are bred to replace them.

That is not logic.

Living in a cage, being mutilated, separated from your family, tortured, violently beaten and killed in childhood is not a nice life.

I do no associate with PETA and that has nothing to do with the issue at hand.

You can change your diet.

That is all, in fact your hypothetical situation is unrealistic, and if more people changed their diets, the numbers of cows in existence would gradually decrease.

If you make one more response looking for incredibly irrelevant reasons to keep supporting the most destructive industry on earth. I will not respond.
#61 - If I would change my diet, I would support the above mentioned…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/08/2014 on Before & After -2
#63 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
Your psychological issues shine through.

Letting animals live to old age and die naturally. Is not a genocide.

Furiously breeding them and killing 59 billion a year at less than 5 years of age, is worse than a genocide.

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#66 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
>There is easily enough resources to let one generation live well.
I don't think so. Neither of us has the numbers to support their statement.

>Living in a cage, being mutilated, separated from your family, tortured, violently beaten and killed in childhood is not a nice life.
I agree. I eat meat of animals that have lived a nice life, that were able to go outside and were fed their natural diet

>You can change your diet.
I can, but will not do so under the current circumstances

User avatar
#77 - inquisition (08/08/2014) [-]
>Giving glycogen the time of day

Summary:

- Thermodynamics doesn't apply if you don't eat fat
- Doesn't understand that protein is for growth and repair
- Dietary fat serves no purpose other than making you fat
- Generic vegan shitposting pictures
- "You have a corpse inside you"
- "You have psychological issues" ad hom
User avatar
#64 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
but you cannot let them live to old age, because you don't have the resources to feed them for all their life
Giving them a nice life, lots of sex and quick death is better than slowly starving them to death because you don't have enough resources to feed them

PETA is a good example of this. They have to kill 98% of the freed animals because they waste all their money on trying to convert carnivores
User avatar
#82 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
yes neokun, that is horrible. I don't support such treatment. Instead I buy meat from my local farmer, that I know and I can see how he treats his animals
User avatar
#78 - neokun (08/08/2014) [-]
I kinda agree with him a little, I mean there is some pretty fucking shocking places on earth where animals are treated real fucking bad. I saw one time a baby cow have its legs broken with a mallet to make the meat more tender. C'mon, thats fucking monstrous.
#65 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
There is easily enough resources to let one generation live well.

Considering that 59 billion are killed a year and 59 billion more are bred to replace them.

That is not logic.

Living in a cage, being mutilated, separated from your family, tortured, violently beaten and killed in childhood is not a nice life.

I do no associate with PETA and that has nothing to do with the issue at hand.

You can change your diet.

That is all, in fact your hypothetical situation is unrealistic, and if more people changed their diets, the numbers of cows in existence would gradually decrease.

If you make one more response looking for incredibly irrelevant reasons to keep supporting the most destructive industry on earth. I will not respond.
#59 - I do suggest that either there would not be enough money to fe…  [+] (10 new replies) 08/08/2014 on Before & After -2
#60 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
There is easily enough money.

I am not sure why you focus on this aspect. When in reality you could make a considerable difference just by changing your diet.
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#191 - zombielovez (08/08/2014) [-]
how does a vegan system check back against massive cattle growth? or over grazing? or dust bowls? short answer; they don't...
User avatar
#61 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
If I would change my diet, I would support the above mentioned genocide. Which I will not do
#63 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
Your psychological issues shine through.

Letting animals live to old age and die naturally. Is not a genocide.

Furiously breeding them and killing 59 billion a year at less than 5 years of age, is worse than a genocide.

User avatar
#66 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
>There is easily enough resources to let one generation live well.
I don't think so. Neither of us has the numbers to support their statement.

>Living in a cage, being mutilated, separated from your family, tortured, violently beaten and killed in childhood is not a nice life.
I agree. I eat meat of animals that have lived a nice life, that were able to go outside and were fed their natural diet

>You can change your diet.
I can, but will not do so under the current circumstances

User avatar
#77 - inquisition (08/08/2014) [-]
>Giving glycogen the time of day

Summary:

- Thermodynamics doesn't apply if you don't eat fat
- Doesn't understand that protein is for growth and repair
- Dietary fat serves no purpose other than making you fat
- Generic vegan shitposting pictures
- "You have a corpse inside you"
- "You have psychological issues" ad hom
User avatar
#64 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
but you cannot let them live to old age, because you don't have the resources to feed them for all their life
Giving them a nice life, lots of sex and quick death is better than slowly starving them to death because you don't have enough resources to feed them

PETA is a good example of this. They have to kill 98% of the freed animals because they waste all their money on trying to convert carnivores
User avatar
#82 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
yes neokun, that is horrible. I don't support such treatment. Instead I buy meat from my local farmer, that I know and I can see how he treats his animals
User avatar
#78 - neokun (08/08/2014) [-]
I kinda agree with him a little, I mean there is some pretty fucking shocking places on earth where animals are treated real fucking bad. I saw one time a baby cow have its legs broken with a mallet to make the meat more tender. C'mon, thats fucking monstrous.
#65 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
There is easily enough resources to let one generation live well.

Considering that 59 billion are killed a year and 59 billion more are bred to replace them.

That is not logic.

Living in a cage, being mutilated, separated from your family, tortured, violently beaten and killed in childhood is not a nice life.

I do no associate with PETA and that has nothing to do with the issue at hand.

You can change your diet.

That is all, in fact your hypothetical situation is unrealistic, and if more people changed their diets, the numbers of cows in existence would gradually decrease.

If you make one more response looking for incredibly irrelevant reasons to keep supporting the most destructive industry on earth. I will not respond.
#57 - well now you already have the 59B babies Go ahead and feed…  [+] (13 new replies) 08/08/2014 on Before & After -2
#58 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
That is suggesting that the meat industry does not have a profit margin or money saved.

There is not logical argument against veganism.
#110 - anon (08/08/2014) [-]
"There is no logical argument against being [insert sexual orientation]."
How about, 'Mind your own fucking business.'. How's that for an argument?
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#59 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
I do suggest that either there would not be enough money to feed all animals for the rest of their lives
or even more likely
That this money would be misused for the profit of a few individuals
#60 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
There is easily enough money.

I am not sure why you focus on this aspect. When in reality you could make a considerable difference just by changing your diet.
User avatar
#191 - zombielovez (08/08/2014) [-]
how does a vegan system check back against massive cattle growth? or over grazing? or dust bowls? short answer; they don't...
User avatar
#61 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
If I would change my diet, I would support the above mentioned genocide. Which I will not do
#63 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
Your psychological issues shine through.

Letting animals live to old age and die naturally. Is not a genocide.

Furiously breeding them and killing 59 billion a year at less than 5 years of age, is worse than a genocide.

User avatar
#66 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
>There is easily enough resources to let one generation live well.
I don't think so. Neither of us has the numbers to support their statement.

>Living in a cage, being mutilated, separated from your family, tortured, violently beaten and killed in childhood is not a nice life.
I agree. I eat meat of animals that have lived a nice life, that were able to go outside and were fed their natural diet

>You can change your diet.
I can, but will not do so under the current circumstances

User avatar
#77 - inquisition (08/08/2014) [-]
>Giving glycogen the time of day

Summary:

- Thermodynamics doesn't apply if you don't eat fat
- Doesn't understand that protein is for growth and repair
- Dietary fat serves no purpose other than making you fat
- Generic vegan shitposting pictures
- "You have a corpse inside you"
- "You have psychological issues" ad hom
User avatar
#64 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
but you cannot let them live to old age, because you don't have the resources to feed them for all their life
Giving them a nice life, lots of sex and quick death is better than slowly starving them to death because you don't have enough resources to feed them

PETA is a good example of this. They have to kill 98% of the freed animals because they waste all their money on trying to convert carnivores
User avatar
#82 - kirkbot (08/08/2014) [-]
yes neokun, that is horrible. I don't support such treatment. Instead I buy meat from my local farmer, that I know and I can see how he treats his animals
User avatar
#78 - neokun (08/08/2014) [-]
I kinda agree with him a little, I mean there is some pretty fucking shocking places on earth where animals are treated real fucking bad. I saw one time a baby cow have its legs broken with a mallet to make the meat more tender. C'mon, thats fucking monstrous.
#65 - glycogen (08/08/2014) [-]
There is easily enough resources to let one generation live well.

Considering that 59 billion are killed a year and 59 billion more are bred to replace them.

That is not logic.

Living in a cage, being mutilated, separated from your family, tortured, violently beaten and killed in childhood is not a nice life.

I do no associate with PETA and that has nothing to do with the issue at hand.

You can change your diet.

That is all, in fact your hypothetical situation is unrealistic, and if more people changed their diets, the numbers of cows in existence would gradually decrease.

If you make one more response looking for incredibly irrelevant reasons to keep supporting the most destructive industry on earth. I will not respond.