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originally posted by: eluryh22
originally posted by: Metallicus
I have no problem killing the animals I eat. Why is this a problem?
To me, personally, it is not a problem.
My concerns are the horrible conditions that the factory-farm-animals live and die in.
(Before you call me out on it.... I have previously indicated I am, indeed, a hypocrite in many ways).
Not the tree, just it's unborn children. Life feeds on life. Everything you have ever eaten had parents of some sort. Plants are also aware of their environment. They turn to face the sun, so they are aware of that. Their leaves turn down when it rains. They have thorns and sharp spines to protect their offspring as well as themselves.
originally posted by: sekerofknowlege
Yes, but you don't kill a mango tree when you eat a mango, for example! a reply to: Night Star
originally posted by: sekerofknowlegeA Hypothetical Question to Ask Yourself..