Well, you do have a point. I might just be more sensitive than everyone else, but to me, especially when there are many benefits to veganism, this meme just goes over the top for me. But you’re right, I do sort of have to keep myself in check for stuff like this.
Hmm...that's a giant leap. Not once was anyone called stupid. And you science regarding proteins is a little off. Nature designsThe proteins derived from plant-based sources lack certain chemicals within which are only found in the structures contained in muscle and other meat sources. And how is not eating an animal helping the environment? That just doesn't make any sense. Animals eat each other. I do not see any herbivores protesting omnivores or carnivores.
True, some proteins are only found in meats, but they certainly aren’t necessary. And there are proteins much better than the ones found in meat, which have a lot of fat in them. And not eating animals saves their lives. I don’t know how you can eat a steak without thinking, “This came from a cow, which was born and raised just to be eaten by a human, who doesn’t give a darn about it’s life. Animals eat each other because they don’t know any better, and they don’t have access to grocery stores or markets.
There's a world of difference between irrational/insane and stupid. I never said "stupid". However, your unwillingness to accept an opinion is bordering on stupid, especially making accusations based upon a self-imposed restricted view.
My comment stands.
Wow. Thanks. I was worried I might become "normal" like you. Phew. Dodged a bullet on that one.
Seriously, I'd much rather be stupid than ignorant. At least stupid has a chance to learn. Whereas you will never learn at the rate you shut everything out and refuse to listen. And for the record, irrational is not stupid. I would say try looking it up but you have already decided what it should mean in whatever universe you living in, so why bother.
A closed mind is a shame.
Hitler: Neither Vegetarian Nor Animal Lover
According to most historians, he adopted a vegetarian diet after the start of WW2 yet occasionally ate sausages. The debate on his diet continues to this day.