A mate of mine is a senior toxicologist who has been involved with this stuff for years and he is seriously fcuked up (even when he's sober which isn't often) - is there a common theme??labrat said:just goes to show you that my mind has clearly been warped after 10 years in animal research labs....
Nah, fcuk'em. What's the problem with killing baby seals? Whacking them over the head with a pick seems to be pretty effective. Have you ever tried to throttle a baby chick? Teeny weeny little necks. Pretty sure they won't suffer for long in a mincer. And as for your hand-wringing "save the gay whales" CV reference, straighten up and grow some testicles. It's our planet, we can do what the fcuk we like with it, and if the dolphins, seals and PETA members don't like it they can fight us for it.BuckFelize said:That said, I do think we have a duty to treat & dispatch furry things with some semblance of decency before eating them. Some of the methods and treatment meted out are downright barbaric. And some of the cnuts dispensing the treatment definitely have issues. I'm no vegetarian: I can dispatch a pheasant or rabbit without losing any sleep, but clubbing baby seals to death with a pick, feeding live chicks in to a mincer - or even thinking of Anne Widdecombe peeling for a party political broadcast leaves me feeling somewhat empty and ashamed.
We can't look after our planet. We can't look after anything that lives on it. And we don't seem to be very good at looking after ourselves. Great CV. I gather PETA are the US equivalent of the ALF - or suchlike? Whilst I disagree with some of the ALF's methods and naivete, I can see where they're coming from on more than one issue. But the burning issue here is chebs - and a trimmed Brazilian.
Please PETA. Less guilt, more chebs!