I'm in agreement about roadkill going to waste. In it's natural enviornment it will be recycled by animal and organisms and less of it will go to waste that this guy tossing the bones in the trash. His behavior is even more bizarre than supporting factory farming.Originally Posted by forthebirds
Sorry, but he's quite obviously not a vegetarian. And using animals that may have been pushed into traffic by human encroachment (not to mention all the implications of human created vehicles) just encourages further human behavior that increases abuse of the environment.
Besides -- roadkill feeds lot of other species, like crows for instance. I'd be more impressed if he simply moved the carcasses to a safer location off the road where more animals could benefit from the unnatural death. He certainly doesn't need to be eating it himself.
Why shouldn't he label himself a vegetarian if he chooses to do so? I'm guessing you label yourself a vegetarian/vegan or whatever. So if he personally feels thats what he is, why shouldn't he do it too? Or is this a 'i'm better than you because i'm a real vegetarian' thing? Why can't people just quit being so pathetic and stop labeling people and feeling all superior just because they choose not to consume products other people do or because they're true to the 'label'. Because tbh who cares anyway?!Originally Posted by poppyseed
I sent him an email requesting he didnt call himself a vegetarian and his reply was long winded stating if he wishes to twist concept and labels thats up to him. I must admit, reading it all he sounded a bit barking to be honest.
My argument about it is twofold, One he shouldnt be called a vegetarian and the other is humans have enought choice of food stuff without robbing natural scavengers such as carrion birds etc,.