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Imagine being locked in a room with a Vegan...


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2022 Jun 5, 1:05am   2,701 views  55 comments

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... for an entire month.

"Bananas heal almost every disease known to man....
I usually eat mung beans with granola every 2nd Friday....
You know how great a plant based diet is? I sleep 10 hours a day now, when I was a meat eater...
I don't know why my Calico Whiskers keeps needing to go to the vet for dehydration, I force feed her 2 beets a day...
Farting incessantly is a sign of maximal digestive health, the stinkier the better..."

That's the same reason Pride sucks. Just replace Bananas, Mung Beans, and Granola with Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity (DIE). And Trans Kids. And dudes claiming to be women with thick beards, Adam's Apples, and 1970s late disco era garish makeup.

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6   Shaman   2022 Oct 8, 5:00pm  

Balance is always the key.
Always.
7   AmericanKulak   2022 Oct 8, 5:20pm  

KgK one says

Chicken n ice cream are great so for me hard to go that way. Can be vegetarian for most most days for health.

I forgot which Indian State it is, but it's mostly Hindu and Vegetarian and they have the highest rate of heart disease in the world.

Fish, Chicken, Goat, and lots of pickled vegetables are the key to health, going by Greek Islanders, Scandinavians, and Japanese and other long lived people.
8   NuttBoxer   2022 Oct 8, 6:09pm  

Any diet that restricts intake of things that are good for your should be eyed with extreme caution. Meat, eggs, butter, if they come from a good source, all have health benefits. The pickier you are, the more variety required to stay healthy.

KgK one says

Shit load of people are veg n vegan, they do ok,


Not without supplementing in most cases. You can go the other way and eat an all meat diet. But again, have to throw in variety. Plants eaten by animals are broken up and sent to different locations. So if you wanna go all meat, then brain, liver, heart, all of it.
10   RayAmerica   2023 Feb 11, 10:56am  

I HATE the term 'vegan' and never use it to describe what I eat.

Having said that, changing to a nutritionally rich, plant based diet saved my life 15 years ago. I had a very serious heart condition that traditional medicine gave me 'at best 1-3 years' to live. Obviously, I'm still here, so I'd say it worked!

Most people don't realize how bad the Standard American Diet is, and, how most of our disease is related to what we eat, and drink, along with lifestyle choices. Not only that, many diseases (including heart disease, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, etc.) can not only be prevented, but reversed.

If you are interested, this is just one of many that I would recommend to check out:

Dr. Joel Fuhrman

https://www.youtube.com/@drfuhrman/videos
11   just_passing_through   2023 Feb 11, 2:21pm  

NuttBoxer says

then brain, liver, heart, all of it.

I recommend skipping the brain and anything related to the spinal cord due to prion diseases.

This week I tried fried liver and onions for the first time in my life. It wasn't as bad as I though it was although next time I'm going to cut it into quarters and only eat of of those saving the rest for another time. (Sprouts sells frozen slices)

Apparently you are supposed to soak it in milk for 30-40 mins but I didn't do that. Next time.

I cooked the hell out of too so it was sort of like a pork chop in texture and not all slimy and unfirm like it is before being cooked.
12   just_passing_through   2023 Feb 11, 2:22pm  

I hear cod liver oil is a good supplement.
16   HeadSet   2023 May 12, 6:32am  

A bit risqué, especially when she mates with that tree.
17   WookieMan   2023 May 12, 9:49am  

HeadSet says

A bit risqué, especially when she mates with that tree.

For her age she lost a step, that's for sure. She had that quirky hotness to her. Haven't seen her in a while. Doesn't look as good as I remember. Looks like a good 10-20lbs pickup.
18   ForcedTQ   2023 May 12, 2:14pm  

WookieMan says

HeadSet says


A bit risqué, especially when she mates with that tree.

For her age she lost a step, that's for sure. She had that quirky hotness to her. Haven't seen her in a while. Doesn't look as good as I remember. Looks like a good 10-20lbs pickup.

Still seems on the higher side of yes than no to me…
19   ForcedTQ   2023 May 12, 2:15pm  

ForcedTQ says

WookieMan says


HeadSet says



A bit risqué, especially when she mates with that tree.

For her age she lost a step, that's for sure. She had that quirky hotness to her. Haven't seen her in a while. Doesn't look as good as I remember. Looks like a good 10-20lbs pickup.


Still seems on the higher side of yes than no to me…

Wood Milk, hahahahaha, that’s what she said…
20   WookieMan   2023 May 12, 4:26pm  

ForcedTQ says

Still seems on the higher side of yes than no to me…

I don't know. Looks like she had some work done (cosmetic) or is just getting older or thicker. Not sure. The video is funny and her deadpan humor is as well, she just looks different.
21   Patrick   2023 May 12, 7:35pm  

Patrick says






Lol, I just saw a shopping bag with "Half Foods" on it.
22   richwicks   2023 May 12, 7:57pm  

I was a vegetarian for 25 years, there is no such thing as a vegan, we MUST consume animal products to survive, either eggs or dairy. Vegans really do not exist.

I was a vegetarian because I grew up in a remote area and I knew animals (not in the biblical sense), and it's just terrible to think they are being created to be killed, however after a point, you realize they are being created at all. Killing an animal is just horrible. I'm not in the area of being separated from it, I am fully aware that when I buy a steak, that's a dead animal killed for my consumption.

It's a pity we can't just live off from sunlight and air.

Got a pet? How good do you feel about killing them? That's kind of how I view a cow or even a chicken. They all have personalities they are clearly not machines, they are clearly individuals with their own personalities, and it seems evil to kill them. They trust you. I might slip into being vegetarianism again. It doesn't make a difference though, but I do not like killing but everything dies. It is really a conundrum. My struggle with morality makes me human. Most people don't have this struggle, and I honestly question if I live among humans. They are entirely untroubled by evil from killing a cow to killing 800,000 people in Iraq.. I must be in hell.
23   mell   2023 May 12, 8:34pm  

richwicks says


I was a vegetarian for 25 years, there is no such thing as a vegan, we MUST consume animal products to survive, either eggs or dairy. Vegans really do not exist.

I was a vegetarian because I grew up in a remote area and I knew animals (not in the biblical sense), and it's just terrible to think they are being created to be killed, however after a point, you realize they are being created at all. Killing an animal is just horrible. I'm not in the area of being separated fr (some text omitted to shorten quote...) learly individuals with there own peronsalities, and it seems evil to kill them. They trust you. I might slip into being vegetarian again. It doesn't make a difference though, but I do not like killing but everything dies. It is really a conundrum. My struggle with morality makes me human. Most people don't have this struggle, and I honestly question if I live among humans. They are entirely untroubled by evil from killing a cow to killing 800,000 people in Iraq.. I must be in hell.

When I walk the babies every day in the hood and I hear the fucking dogs growl, bark and charge behind the wooden fences (and sometimes across the street just a few feet away), which have more holes than swiss cheese, I salivate at the idea of shooting and serving them for dinner. No more cute dog stories. Animals in the wild would eat you instantly if they needed food. Including chicken. It's nature's cycle. At the end of the day worms eat us, with pleasure. The farmer who knows how to raise and kill chickens is living closer to nature and the natural order than any peta freak.
24   richwicks   2023 May 12, 8:48pm  

mell says


When I walk the babies every day in the hood and I hear the fucking dogs growl, bark and charge behind the wooden fences (and sometimes across the street just a few feet away), which have more holes than swiss cheese, I salivate at the idea of shooting and serving them for dinner. No more cute dog stories. Animals in the wild would eat you instantly if they needed food. Including chicken. It's nature's cycle. At the end of the day worms eat us, with pleasure. The farmer who knows how to raise and kill chickens is living closer to nature and the natural order than any peta freak.


When I did dog fostering and rescue I was the sucker of the group, and took in the most broken animals. The two I kept, were basically what nobody wanted.

PETA is bullshit. All they do is beg for money to supposedly fix a problem, when they have no intention of fixing the problem. 100% of the expenses are in advertisement. They don't have shelters, they don't push for alternative research, they are entirely cynical. They do nothing useful at all.

When I had my dogs, they just would want to meet you. They both started out with bad lives, and I sheltered them. Once I got them, they believed that every human being was a nice person that loved them, because that's all I allowed them to meet.

You argue this is "nature's cycle". You can have it. I want out of it.
25   mell   2023 May 12, 9:03pm  

richwicks says



When I did dog fostering and rescue I was the sucker of the group, and took in the most broken animals. The two I kept, were basically what nobody wanted.

PETA is bullshit. All they do is beg for money to supposedly fix a problem, when they have no intention of fixing the problem. 100% of the expenses are in advertisement. They don't have shelters, they don't push for alternative research, they are entirely cynical. They do nothing useful at all.

When I had my dogs, they just would want to meet you. They both started out with bad lives, and I sheltered them. Once I got them, they believed that every human being was a nice person that loved them, because that's all I allowed them to meet.

You argue this is "nature's cycle". You can have it. I want out of it.

There are great dogs out there, no doubt. I just think it's a minority and it may be the owners fault. I think as long as people could hunt the meat they eat, eating meat is ok. But I agree it's not strictly necessary as long as you're vegetarian, not vegan.
26   richwicks   2023 May 13, 6:24am  

mell says

But I agree it's not strictly necessary as long as you're vegetarian, not vegan.


There's no such thing as a vegan. They are as real as breatharians. You must consume some animal products. You cannot get B12 any other way.
27   WookieMan   2023 May 13, 6:47am  

richwicks says

mell says


But I agree it's not strictly necessary as long as you're vegetarian, not vegan.


There's no such thing as a vegan. They are as real as breatharians. You must consume some animal products. You cannot get B12 any other way.

Who cares? Ever see a chef bash a trouts head in fly fishing in Montana so you can grill it up? Legal, but totally frowned upon. Guess what, it was amazing.

I simply don't care. I know vets of the ME wars that watched humans die. Does the fox kill the rabbit? It's nature. We have words and feelings but we're still animals regardless of the words we classify ourselves as. A polar bear is not thinking, oh, that's a nice guy I won't eat him. Plants are living too, they just don't have eyes or the "cute" animal look. They're fuck great cooked right.

I've never gotten the anti-meat eating crowd. I don't care about vitamins or it being a living creature. It tastes good and I don't die. Maybe I'm selfish. I do agree though that you can't be a vegan without a high percentage of dying from malnutrition or you're lying and eating stuff in private. I think it's the latter.

If you're a vegetarian, you don't want to be near my house tomorrow for Mothers Day. Outside of the mimosas, everything will be from an animal. I guess there are jalapeños. Theoretically still a living organism. Which is why I agree with Rich, no one can technically be a vegan. I'm a meathead. I don't like putting down dogs, but they know you. A cow or pig is a common idiot. There's no connection, though the 4H crowd here in IL would disagree, but still kill the things to make $4k on the processed cow/pig.
28   Onvacation   2023 May 13, 7:42am  

richwicks says

You argue this is "nature's cycle". You can have it. I want out of it.

In time, Don't rush it.
29   richwicks   2023 May 13, 8:16am  

RayAmerica says

I HATE the term 'vegan' and never use it to describe what I eat.

Having said that, changing to a nutritionally rich, plant based diet saved my life 15 years ago. I had a very serious heart condition that traditional medicine gave me 'at best 1-3 years' to live. Obviously, I'm still here, so I'd say it worked!


You eat animal products, and if you actually don't, you'll be dead in 2 years. It's impossible for a human being to be vegan. We must consume animal products, either eggs or dairy, we don't have to kill but we need to consume animal byproducts.
30   richwicks   2023 May 13, 8:38am  

Onvacation says


richwicks says


You argue this is "nature's cycle". You can have it. I want out of it.

In time, Don't rush it.



I'm well aware. There's people that revel in life, I feel I'm stuck in a nightmare of non thinking human beings, if they are even human. I'm not only constantly gaslit by my government and media, I can deal with that, but I have to hear it from neighbors and friends. "The unvaccinated are a threat to the vaccinated" - 90% of the population accepts this without question. I know a woman that was vaccinated, got covid, and got a booster because she "didn't want to go through that again".

I mean. ???????? Is this is a human being I'm talking with. Can't she logic? And it's not just her, it's everybody nearly.

I had to painfully point out that if the previous vaccination didn't prevent the disease, a booster wouldn't.

I fucking hate television. I need to stop associating with people that have that goddamned propaganda panel in their home.
31   mell   2023 May 13, 8:54am  

richwicks says



I'm well aware. There's people that revel in life, I feel I'm stuck in a nightmare of non thinking human beings, if they are even human. I'm not only constantly gaslit by my government and media, I can deal with that, but I have to hear it from neighbors and friends. "The unvaccinated are a threat to the vaccinated" - 90% of the population accepts this without question. I know a woman that was vaccinated, got covid, and got a booster because she "didn't want to go through that again".

I mean. ???????? Is this is a human being I'm talking with. Can't they logic?

I had to painfully point out that if the previous vaccination didn't prevent the disease, a booster wouldn't.

I fucking hate television. I need to stop associating with people that have that goddamned propaganda panel in their home.

TV has useful features. It was meant to provide entertainment. It's valuable for babies to occasionally put on a baby Einstein show or so to keep them at bay. It's good for streaming movies or shows occasionally. Just not to get news or any reliable information, just fiction/entertainment.
32   richwicks   2023 May 13, 8:59am  

mell says



TV has useful features. It was meant to provide entertainment. It's valuable for babies to occasionally put on a baby Einstein show or so to keep them at bay. It's good for streaming movies or shows occasionally. Just not to get news or any reliable information, just fiction/entertainment.


No. Philo Farnsworth invented the television to be an educational tool, not an entertainment medium.

Farnsworth rejected his own invention. When his son asked why they didn't have a television, he is reported to have said:

There's nothing on it worthwhile, and we're not going to watch it in this household, and I don't want it in your intellectual diet.


And he was absolutely correct in that. It's poison. It distorts the mind. Consider any sitcom television show, you wouldn't laugh at the person or be silent, you'd likely beat them to death. Television is what tells us everything from what is socially acceptable, to what we should want and own, to what wars we should support. It's the worst invention ever, but it didn't need to be, but that was what it was turned into.

I'm telling you, it's a poison.
33   mell   2023 May 13, 12:25pm  

richwicks says



And he was absolutely correct in that. It's poison. It distorts the mind. Consider any sitcom television show, you wouldn't laugh at the person or be silent, you'd likely beat them to death. Television is what tells us everything from what is socially acceptable, to what we should want and own, to what wars we should support. It's the worst invention ever, but it didn't need to be, but that was what it was turned into.

I'm telling you, it's a poison.

I don't care what he invented it for, many countries had plenty of good weekend family shows back then, or their own crime/adventure shows the nation was watching (non pedowood stuff), those were actually a net positive for the nations. It's also occasionally good for kids, sesame street used to be educational only and free of pedo trannyfag shit. It always depends on what you make out of it and what you use it for. It's never the technology, it's what you use it for. Even mrna tech should be studied for research in deadly illnesses, it may be useful in a few conditions, just not for colds, and not delivering maiming spike proteins.
34   HeadSet   2023 May 13, 12:47pm  

mell says

TV has useful features. It was meant to provide entertainment.

Correct -just like movies, sports arenas, and live theater. After all, TV is just a way to get movies, newsreels, sports, and theater into your home. Good or bad depends on content.
35   mell   2023 May 13, 1:07pm  

HeadSet says

mell says


TV has useful features. It was meant to provide entertainment.

Correct -just like movies, sports arenas, and live theater. After all, TV is just a way to get movies, newsreels, sports, and theater into your home. Good or bad depends on content.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derrick_(TV_series)

One of the most successful TV shows in history. No woke shit, no unnecessary gore, just good ole detective TV
36   Blue   2023 May 13, 3:11pm  

richwicks says

mell says


But I agree it's not strictly necessary as long as you're vegetarian, not vegan.


There's no such thing as a vegan. They are as real as breatharians. You must consume some animal products. You cannot get B12 any other way.

Are you sure, I thought B12 is mostly made by microbes in dirt not by either animals or plants. Animals get it by eating food that contains them. B12 generally found in root vegetables in contact with the dirt.
https://generationiron.com/vitamin-b12-plant-based-diet/
https://www.peacefuldumpling.com/vitamin-b12-eat-your-dirt
40   mell   2023 Aug 20, 10:37am  

Patrick says






All animals are fair game to eat. It's nature. Humans are the only species even engaging in the thought and practice of humane killing of food. Animals will hunt, torture and kill their prey just for entertainment. Not a judgement, just a fact. That includes dogs hunting wabbits and cats torturing birds they injured enough so they can corner them ;)
41   PeopleUnited   2023 Aug 20, 11:18am  



All babies want to live, where do the PETA /prodeath crowd draw the line?
42   WookieMan   2023 Aug 20, 11:46am  

Patrick says





Old comment, but I think it's just bull shit. I eat plenty of meat (food). I weigh currently what I did senior year in high school at 40. I can work physically for 10-12 hours without a break.

I don't think people understand time that well. 1823 was not that long ago. People (men) would wake up, farm, hunt, gather, etc. They weren't eating a McMuffin and then having a 30 minute lunch and then maybe they'd come home to a dinner the wife made. No, they woke up, worked and ate when they got done. Or they died.

Humanity doesn't exist without eating meat. To even call it an argument means you shouldn't exist in my world. Honestly if you're planning your food for the day like most vegans have to you're an idiot and likely a fickle/weak human. Besides Sundays or vacation, I just eat dinner. Take vitamins so I'm not lacking anything I need. I also get to eat and drink what I want and I still lose weight. I hate the term intermittent fasting. It's called doing what most men used to do, hell even women. In the past you couldn't think about eating or had the time. You had to survive and do things to eat the next meal.
43   stereotomy   2023 Aug 21, 1:53pm  

I'm down to one meal a day (OMAD); when I eat, it's 100% grass-fed beef with lots of other fats (cheese, bacon) along with potatoes/tubers. There's something to be said for being in tune to your body, After I feed, I feel a pleasurable sensation which signifies to me that my body is saying "Thanks, I really needed this."

I ask any vegetarian/vegan while I'm pointing to my canine teeth, "If we're supposed to be vegetarians, then what are these teeth for?"

Hell, even Indian women know that when they are pregnant or nursing, they have to eat animal protein. These are people who have practiced vegetarianism for over a thousand years.
44   Shaman   2023 Aug 21, 2:52pm  

I’ve been eating bacon every morning for a year and a half.
My BP is down to 120/78.
Screw “modern nutrition!”
I do eat a fair bit of veg and fruit.
45   richwicks   2023 Aug 21, 4:29pm  

Shaman says


I’ve been eating bacon every morning for a year and a half.
My BP is down to 120/78.
Screw “modern nutrition!”
I do eat a fair bit of veg and fruit.


Haha, I don't think bacon is the best for you.

I eat eggs all the time. I was a vegetarian for 25 years, doesn't make any difference. Since NOT becoming a vegetarian again, I just eat less.

Veganism is impossible by the way, it's an ideal you cannot attain. Speaking from my former side, it's just kind of awful to kill an animal. I've done it, I don't like it, but from my current vantage point, everything dies, and the most humane way to kill a person or animal, is to murder them. The most humane way to live if you eat meat, is to hunt which is paradoxical because we are taught this is cruelty - it's anything but.

Deer running through the forest, blow its brains out. Let it live out its full life, and it will be weak and old, and being torn apart by wolves or dying of disease, suffering, slow agony of death.

I used to do dog rescue, the whole point is to preserve their life. I still had to kill my dogs. I could have let them die naturally, if I was a fucking asshole. There's a point where it's much more moral, and compassionate, to release them. I don't think death should be feared, but it should be as painless as possible. I am troubled to this day about what my dogs felt as their heart stopped. I'll go through a more painful death than them, certainly. Well, unless I commit suicide.

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