reply to post by euclid
Well, I think it would be a good idea to point out that this is the same country where cows, monkeys, rats and an assortment of other critters
are granted free reign because the people worship the critters as gods. Which is to say I'm not surprised.
You’re pointing the finger at them, for worshiping rats, monkeys, bulls - worshiping a religious sense, something they’re brought up to do, an act
their culture has practiced before the USA was even born?
You’re going to point the finger at them?
I’ve seen hypocritical but heck this one takes the cake (for today at least)...
Let’s take a wee little peek at America and the animals America WORSHIPS - their pets.
Americans spend 41 Billion a year on their pets.
That's double the amount shelled out on pets a decade ago, with annual spending expected to hit $52 billion in the next two years, according to
Packaged Facts, a consumer research company based in Rockville, Md.
Bob Vetere, president of the American Pet Products Manufacturers Assn. (APPMA). "They want to reward their pet in human terms." That means hotels
instead of kennels, braces to fix crooked teeth, and frilly canine ball gowns“.
APPMA report 42% dogs in the USA sleep with their owners.
And best of all!!!
Neuticles, a patented testicular implant that sells for up to $919 a pair. The idea, says inventor Gregg A. Miller, is to "let people restore their
pets to anatomical preciseness"
There are now $430 indoor potties, $30-an-ounce perfume, and $225 trench coats aimed solely at four-footed consumers and their wallet-toting
companions. Even those who shun animal couture are increasingly willing to spend thousands on drugs for depression or anxiety in pets, as well as
psychotherapy, high-tech cancer surgery, cosmetic procedures, and end-of-life care.
It’s distorted, it’s sickening, it’s vulgar, and it’s a waste.
All while Americans worship some dead guy on a cross?
And yes, I find that last statement offensive, and yet, other cultures must see Christians as such.
And then when they look at how Americans’ overall indulge their animals?
Wellll, I wouldn’t be the one to tell them not to go about their business, while the USA goes about its own vulgar practices.
Concerning this young woman, this child who committed suicide?
What does the glorification of animals in her country have to do with her suicide anyway?
Your statement doesn’t even make a point.
Just a reflection of ignorance of other cultures in general and a lack of understanding of your own.
Then again maybe you’re not an American, lol.
...stepped in it again...