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what if its cow brain night though?

hmm
Depends. If the cow brain came from someone locally who has some meadows and produces organic cows brains, if her cows are NOT ever hurt, if it is a tiny endeavor and serves mostly friends and family, if she does it because she loves cows and loves cow brains then do I not eat that cow brain just because if I do it will ruin my precious title of "vegan"?

No.

I eat it to degrade myself on national TV and win a cool $50,000 and appreciate how it is gotten.

I honestly do not see the ethical issue in this case. You can't prove to me cows feel pain.

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It always amazed me that people would eat ******* for a chance at a measly $50,000
In the case of most of the contestants I have seen in Fear Factor that would be considered cannibalism...
 

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jeezycreezy cakes are not vegan either.
It's people. Jeezycreezy cakes are made out of people. They're making our food out of people. Next thing they'll be breeding TJ like cattle for food. You've gotta tell them. You've gotta tell them!



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Many years ago humans domesticated the jeezycreezy and selectively bred them to produce cakes. So while jeezycreezy cakes may not be vegan, you should certainly have no ethical qualms over eating them.

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have any of you ever visited a apiary? (not a commercial one, mind you)

I will continue to eat non-commercially raised honey and still consider myself vegan. no "society" will tell me how to define my lifestyle.
What thread do you think you're in? This one's about bugs honey.


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why the ability to "feel pain" is a deciding factor for some people when it comes to choosing which living creatures they eat or not.
Humans are insanely resourceful and creative when it comes to rationalizing and justifying the things they do* and eat I guess.

That's my theory.

Or else it's a complete lack of empathy on their part.

C1: You are officially off notice.


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* See: weapons of mass destruction.
 
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