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Meat and Morality: A Critique of Peter Singer’s Animal Liberation

Posted in Philosophy, Political, Science with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 25, 2011 by Marco

There is a vegetarian anecdote that implies that a human baby (presumably weened) will chose to eat an apple over a live rabbit every time, thus “proving” that we were meant to be vegetarians.  One thing that this anecdote fails to take into account is the fact that carnivorous (and omnivorous) toddlers of the animal kingdom rarely do their own hunting and killing.  In nature, more times than not, the carnivorous youth are provided with their meals (dead and ready to consume) by their parents.  If this anecdote is making an argument on behalf of human instinct, then I suggest a control group of  baby’s who are provided with a choice between an apple and a dead rabbit that has been cleaned, cooked and covered in barbeque sauce…

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Curing World Hunger Is As Easy As 1, 2, Cannibalism!

Posted in Humor/Satire, Not Safe For Work with tags , , , , , , , on October 13, 2010 by Marco

So why is cannibalism so taboo? I don’t give a shit what you people do to my body once I’m done with it.  Play World Cup Soccer with my skull, use my intestines as fashion accessories, but above all, have a good meal!

“Who’s got the barbecue sauce?!  This Marco is a little dry.”

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