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  • “Vegetarians from the Other Point of View”

    Posted by Jonathan on September 8th, 2011 (All posts by )

    Via Coyote Blog:

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    4 Responses to ““Vegetarians from the Other Point of View””

    1. Bill Brandt Says:

      I am rather ambivalent on this video. I have some friends who are vegetarians but they aren’t the “in your face – I am holier than you and here’s why…” kind – they live their lives without meat but aren’t judgmental toward the rest of us. They are in the minority among vegetarians, I know.

      To those militant types I only need remind them that Hitler was a vegetarian and as a result was known for a lot of, um,flatulence.

      Of course who – having one of those notorious long meetings with him, would complain? ;-) (can’t you imagine some of those meetings with Jodl, Himmler, and others – having to endure the climate?)

    2. PenGun Says:

      I have been a vegetarian since 1968. We live in a ocean of meat eaters. I only know one or two other vegies.

      How can I live with these people if I cannot stand their carnivore selves? Of course I cannot. Sometimes I’ll say a few things about the monstrous behavior they indulge in but it’s mostly tongue in cheek.

      I have to settle for being in better shape, stronger, generally healthier and happier than my beastly friends.

    3. Jonathan Says:

      No sense of humor, cares about animals, bigoted against Jews. But of course.

    4. Bill Brandt Says:

      How can I live with these people if I cannot stand their carnivore selves? Of course I cannot. Sometimes I’ll say a few things about the monstrous behavior they indulge in but it’s mostly tongue in cheek.

      “Pengun” – your attitude is typical of most vegetarians (unless you are saying this tongue-in-cheek -in which case I missed

      Why not adopt an attitude of “live and let live” among your fellow humans?