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PETA Urges Use of Human Breast Milk

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by North Carolina Tentmaker, Sep 24, 2008.

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  1. North Carolina Tentmaker

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    Oh, that would be a WHOLE can of worms if they did that. What about what the mother is eating? Is she on medication? Atleast with dairy cows, they can monitor what's going into the cow to make the milk.

    Besides, can you see a bunch of moms hooked up to the milking machines? Forget breast pumps - just walk into your stantion, hook up and watch Oprah while you get pumped.

    Weird.
     
  3. North Carolina Tentmaker

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    Typical of PETA they are concerned about the conditions of these poor cows, but if their idea, ludicrous as it is, were to move forward what about the conditions of those poor women.

    Of course there might be a lot of guys who suddenly decide they want to open dairy farms.:laugh: I can only imagine the application/job interview process.
     
  4. ReformedBaptist

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    The best part of this news story is..

     
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    I am an animal lover. I have always loved animals. Dogs, cats, squirrels, horses, deer...all animals.

    I could no more look down the barrel of a gun at a beautiful deer and pull the trigger for sport than I could pull it if it were a human being.

    (I could and would if I needed the food, of course)

    I support the ASPCA with an occasional check.

    But those PETA folks are a bunch of kooks. :laugh: I mean they are out there in La la land. In adition to this insanity, they are against using mice for cancer research.

    :eek:

    I have never heard of the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) going off on weird and looney tangents like PETA does.


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    I support PETA.

    People Eating Tasty Animals
     
  7. Alive in Christ

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    Nothing quite like a good T-Bone steak, or a good cut of Prime Rib. :thumbs:


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    Or even a good pig pickin'.
     
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    Yea me too, I just love them best breaded, fried, and smothered in gravy.
     
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    Hunting with firearms is sport for the hunter only, not for the animal who has no chance at all except if the hunter is stupid, bungling, or ambushed.
    The hunter shoots from a distance, with a scope, at the unsuspecting animal.
    Hunting with a strong bow, or a spear, that is something else. Gives the animal a fighting chance, and shows real skills with the hunter.
    That being said, I've a mind to send PETA a lipsticked wild boar killed somewhere in the Philippines with a bow and arrow by g-stringed, curly-haired, flat-nosed brown pygmies.
    (My apologies to Governor Palin, whom my wife, daughter, and daughter-in-law will vote for).
     
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    just the thought is enough to make me unable to eat ice cream again :eek:
     
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    Sorry, if I were to hunt it would be one shot, one kill. I'm not chasing a deer around the forrest for 3 hours with an arrow sticking out of its butt.
     
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    Yea your right, I went almost 2 hours unable to eat ice cream after I read the article.

    If Ben and Jerry's were to introduce a human milk based ice cream line, I wonder what flavors would be available. Chuncky Monkey and Cherry Garcia might be out.
     
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    I think all of you guys have "expressed" your views quite well and I am in full agreement. :applause:


    :D
     
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    Boy! What a set up. I started to go there but reconsidered. :laugh:
     
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    Me too! Some things are too tempting...
     
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    Dairy farms would never be the same again. The whole idea of how the milk would be taken make me feel queasy. I would suggest that PETA try out their own idea first and let us know how it turned out.
     
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    North Carolina Tentmaker,

    I was right with ya until the gravy part.

    The best way to thoroughly ruin good meat is to pour a bunch of (((gravy))) :eek: all over it.

    Same with pouring gravy all over good biscuits. Yuck!

    Gravy is for mashed potatos, son!

    To pour it on meat or biscuits just aint right!

    (I think theres a "You shall not" somewhere in the scriptures about it!) :thumbs:


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    You ain't from the south are ya?

    Gravy goes on EVERYTHING! :laugh:
     
  20. Alive in Christ

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    AMY G...

    I most certainly AM from the south.

    Born and raised and still live in the great Commonwealth of Kentucky.

    Where 98% of everyone aound me do not know the proper use of gravy...mashed potatos. :thumbs:

    Gravy in meat? NEVER! Gravy on bisuits! NEVER!

    Seriously...I've tried it and I just dont like it on stuff like meat and biscuits. Everyone else does, but I go for butter on bisuits, and meat with no gravy.

    Gravy on mashed potatos?....you betcha! :thumbs:


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