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#681 - domitius
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(06/10/2012) [-]
vegetarianism is illogical. I mean its already dead and if not all of it is eaten it gets chucked in the bin.
User avatar #693 to #681 - rovertgz
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(06/10/2012) [-]
ok, ill explain it to you, yes the animal is already dead, not eating the meat wont get it back, thats obvious.
But eating the meat will consume the meat producers stock faster, and thus making them have to raise and kill more livestock at a faster and bigger pace.

its ok if you don´t agree with it, simply know that there is a logic behind it.
User avatar #694 to #693 - domitius
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(06/10/2012) [-]
how much of an impact do you think vegetarians have? The rate they are consumed doesn't fluctuate massively its fairly regular so the impact made by vegetarians is minimal.
User avatar #697 to #694 - rovertgz
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(06/10/2012) [-]
indeed, the impact is minimal, but it is there.
You have to start by something anyway, and animal cruelty is not the only reason for vegetarianism, if you are interested in the topic I would recomend you to take a look at the book "diet for a small planet" by Frances Lappe.
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User avatar #686 to #681 - messerauditore
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(06/10/2012) [-]
well they dont like it because we raise the animals just to kill them and eat them. its just a part of life those. i dont see why its such a big deal.
User avatar #692 to #686 - domitius
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(06/10/2012) [-]
not only that but it keeps species from dying out. If we bred polar bears they wouldn't be endangered.