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Why is eating a dog any different to eating any other meat?

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I suppose it doesn't. The question was just TDO's stupid potshot at people from Georgia. If people were eating dogs during the depression it was because they were starving to death. Otherwise, it makes about as much sense as asking if people are still having sex with dogs in Indiana.
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Originally Posted by AnyaKimlun View Post
Why is eating a dog any different to eating any other meat?
By that token, why is eating human any different to eating other meat?
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I can't read the op. The only people I've ever met from Georgia have been pleasant to have around. Unusually among Americans they offer to wash the dishes after a meal at my house.

Heck the early Americans started to each other when they got hungry enough.

And I wouldn't like to say what I would do in the same conditions.
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I'm sure Georgians, like most others, are on their best behavior when on new territory. Another thing is when you've met one Georgian, you've met one Georgian. Nonetheless, it only takes one real jerk to reflect on the whole bunch.

Anya, that's false to say you can't read the OP. The ignore list is your tool to use as you see fit. You can't cheat, no matter what buffoonery comes out of the monkey cages.

Unlike the ones on my list, I don't post anything derogatory toward you. I do think it's foolish, though, to miss out on the benevolent posts from our normal conversations just because we share different opinions about feminism and equal rights. I've never said anything mean to you.
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I suppose it doesn't. The question was just TDO's stupid potshot at people from Georgia. If people were eating dogs during the depression it was because they were starving to death. Otherwise, it makes about as much sense as asking if people are still having sex with dogs in Indiana.
As an example of someone on my ignore list who can't exercise enough self discipline to refrain from being abusive. There's no logic in it either because you can replace the search with any state name.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCfCt-5xer8

As for eating dogs? I haven't heard of such in any states except New Jersey and Georgia here in the states.
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Heh. And then you have someone who puts people on his ignore list -- and constantly makes a big fuss about it, then he doesn't have the "self-discipline" or the wits to stick to it -- and he doesn't realize how stupid it makes him look.

As for that dog eating thing -- I'll just sit back and watch you make a fool of yourself.

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I have no problem ignoring things when I want to . From the title I assumed a great scandal like whatever your version of Pedigree Chum was making its way into the human food chain. That to me would be slightly more concerning than Fido.

Either someone eats meat or they don't. I really do not understand someone who eats a hamburger who then gets squeamish about Tiddles going in a stir fry. The Black Angus in the fields behind us are beautiful and fascinating creatures who are incredibly friendly. I just can't fit one on the end of my bed .
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I'll just sit back and watch
Sounds like another one of your lies. The ones who are always accusing others of lying are usually the worst liars in the bunch. In your case, Joe, I think you likely suffer from OCPD or a similar mental disorder. You don't have the ability to just ignore what someone you hate says. I understand though; you can't help it.


As for me, I haven't said anything foolish. I just asked some questions and put up a link to a video news clip about a 19 year old in Atlanta who was arrested for having sex with his neighbor's dog.
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Do people have sex with dogs in Indiana?

All of them? Do they eat the dog after? That would make sense.
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Originally Posted by AnyaKimlun View Post
Why is eating a dog any different to eating any other meat?
well it is a question of mind. if you can't see it then you can't see it. these things are instinctive.
the same apply to cats. they are not for eating either.
I know why one should not would not eat dogs but what I firmly think is mine for the taking I am happy with my decision.
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Originally Posted by Nacia View Post
well it is a question of mind.
Absolutely. It's what we have grown up believing. But if it was our custom to keep pigs and chickens as family pets, you'd be arguing that they should never be eaten but that cats and dogs were fine to eat because that's what we grew up eating.
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As for me, I haven't said anything foolish.
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I know I'd have difficulty trusting anyone from Georgia right about now.
No, nothing foolish.

No more foolish than me saying I have difficulty trusting Americans because TDO is American. Thankfully he's not representative of his nation.
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Absolutely. It's what we have grown up believing.
funnily enough I have not grown up with pets in a house and I am glad of that.
I have not got a pet today either and therefore my belief is entirely of my own making. my instinct rejects the idea of eating a dog.
what a disastrous thing. it is unhealthy for starters.
But if it was our custom to keep pigs and chickens as family pets,
we do not and therefore to ponder on it would be entirely pointless.
to compare a chicken to a dog is seriously not the same.

you'd be arguing that they should never be eaten but that cats and dogs were fine to eat because that's what we grew up eating.
no, I would not be arguing but I would be saying it is no away the thing to do.
a dog is an animal apart/different from that a chicken or a pig or a sheep.
they are very totally different. I see it you don't.
we farm domestic cattle because they are to be farmed that is the nature of things.
a dog seems to have got closer to a human and is also useful to have around farming. it helps control herds.
to start putting on a table is to me absolutely awful . it makes no sense. it the most hideous thing I have ever come cross. It wont cross mine though god forbid.

the same with a horse it has many lucrative uses around a human. to start consuming is an idiocy beyond all idiocy. man gets what he deserves if he runs out help because he gulped it all.
a man draws no limit to what he can consume but then it does not surprise because there is not much thinking going one. consuming these animals is just a proof of it.

so all in all I maintain what I said. I am happy with my decision and so you and I we may never agree because we do not see eye to eye.
you live with your own decisions and I will live with mine.
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Sounds like another one of your lies.
Now it seems you have some kind of reading comprehension problem. I said I’d sit back and watch you make a fool of yourself over this dog eating nonsense. It’s just too dumb -- even for you. That doesn’t mean I’ll refrain from commenting on your standard issue crapolla.

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In your case, Joe, I think you likely suffer from OCPD or a similar mental disorder. You don't have the ability to just ignore what someone you hate says. I understand though; you can't help it.
Ludicrous, coming from someone who can’t even manage to ignore people after he puts them on an ignore list. Does that mean you’re suffering from some “mental disorder” too? It certainly looks that way if we apply your reasoning. But who knows. I’ll leave the spurious amateur psychology to you.

And I’ve already told you, I don’t hate you. Hate takes energy that I would not waste on some blowhard doofus on the internet. So don’t flatter yourself by thinking you have that power. You are nothing more than a source of amusement and amazement. And for that I thank you.
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We do keep chickens and pigs as pets though. Well some do.

I love my dogs and cats but live near fields with beautiful friendly farm animals. Why is the life of a cow more cheap than that of a dog or cat? You're right I don't see why the life of one type of mammal is greater than that of another.
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We do keep chickens and pigs as pets though. Well some do.

I love my dogs and cats but live near fields with beautiful friendly farm animals. Why is the life of a cow more cheap than that of a dog or cat? You're right I don't see why the life of one type of mammal is greater than that of another.
what in the house?
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what in the house?
It has been known. Chickens tend to go in and out but keeping chickens in the garden is not unusual. There is a big step from taking a sanitary towel to killing one. I had a friend with Vietnamese pot bellied pig who lived in the house and she took for walks.

The Black Angus cattle here are lovely with children.

Soay sheep form a bond with their shepherd and follow through trust. They can be taught to come when called.

Why should an animal be seen as cheap? I am not against eating meat but I consider taking a life a big deal.
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It has been known. Chickens tend to go in and out but keeping chickens in the garden is not unusual. There is a big step from taking a sanitary towel to killing one. I had a friend with Vietnamese pot bellied pig who lived in the house and she took for walks.

The Black Angus cattle here are lovely with children.

Soay sheep form a bond with their shepherd and follow through trust. They can be taught to come when called.

Why should an animal be seen as cheap? I am not against eating meat but I consider taking a life a big deal.
I cant get over the idea of why someone would want to live with a domesticated animal that is normally for eating.
it is something that does not enter my logic.
so I can't speak for those who do.
I am speaking in terms of what I would do.
if children wanted to see what an animal is like or about they are better off seeing it in the habitat they are naturally belong to.
to give ideas to the children that It is ok to up close with an animal that they will eat or have at a table one day is playing with the child's mind. it is psychologically unhealthy because it is contradictive. it is also unhygienic.
have a pet but don't eat it.
those that are naturally eatable that conforms to the norms of nature have away in a farm where they belong. it is healthier cleaner and it makes sense.
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For most of Earth's history people have lived alongside those they have eaten. Our cows, sheep etc are stupid because we have bred them that way. Places like Korea have dog farms with dogs who have been bred for their meat just like we do bulls and sheep. Almost any creature reared in close contact with humans can be domesticated just like cats and dogs can become feral.

Would a Scottish wildcat or a wolf be fair game for the stewpot? What about rabbits?

Personally, I only eat animals when I know how they have been reared and slaughtered. I would personally rather eat a dog that had been treated well in its life than a creature who had been treated as meat from the moment it was born.

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if children wanted to see what an animal is like or about they are better off seeing it in the habitat they are naturally belong to.
I agree. A dog's natural habitat is in the wild, not sleeping on my sofa. Man has interfered with nature, effectively, and domesticated dogs to a point where they could not survive in the wild.

Cows were not made to stand around in fields to give up their milk and flesh for our nourishment. Before we took them from their natural environment, they were a free as any other wild animal.

The domestication of animals is not a natural thing; it is something we have chosen to do. Dogs and horses got off lightly because they can work for their keep.
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I agree. A dog's natural habitat is in the wild, not sleeping on my sofa. Man has interfered with nature, effectively, and domesticated dogs to a point where they could not survive in the wild.
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The domestication of animals is not a natural thing; it is something we have chosen to do. Dogs and horses got off lightly because they can work for their keep.
I suspect my pets would be surprised to learn their purpose in life wasn't to lie on my sofa .
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Not so much a purpose, more a basic right. That and free food.
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My second dog was a lurcher who hated walks. She'd run round the field and then sleep until dinner.
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my last two dogs were lurchers, and were just the same. The younger one was really fast, could outrun greyhounds, but 15 minutes of running at full pelt was all she wanted followed by the long sleep til dinner.
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I've never heard of a lurcher. I wonder if we call them something else over here.

We have schnauzer. She's really sweet, but schnauzers bark like crazy and for no good reason. I don't know if it's common in the bread, but ours also has a keen sense of when you are on an important phone call and she barks the whole time. It's pretty amazing.
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I could have done with her instead of a lurcher when I was having my neighbour issues. Flipping dog let people in the house and watched them throw beetroot through the window. My Jack Russell wouldn't have let them near the house but we did not have her then. The Jack lived for around 20-21 years.

A lurcher is a cross between a sight hound (Greyhound/Whippet/Saluki/Afghan etc) and a working dog so a collie, terrier etc

Mine was a greyhoundxGerman Shepherd.
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Do people have sex with dogs in Indiana?

All of them? Do they eat the dog after? That would make sense.

Mike, Mike, Mike. There are so many places to go with this, and 95% of them are bad.
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I'm going with the innocent 5%, of course.
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Originally Posted by CandyCane View Post
...It is not our place to say what a person or culture can or can't eat. It should however be farmed properly, not just dragged off the street.
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...I'm sure most of us would turn our noses up at a rat stew... Unless we were really hungry.
Something sounded familiar here so I went back and found it. From 4-16-2013:

I've been ruminating on something for a few months now and I think it's time to share my thoughts.You see, every Christmas around here, if you watch any TV at all, you will find yourself subjected to a barrage of commercials tear-jerkily informing you that without your monetary support, many little black kids in Africa will surely starve to death.

Interspersed with those commercials are the ones claiming that your money would be far better spent rescuing the thousands of abandoned, unwanted pets that seeth against the barricades, ready to flood the streets and shit all over everything.

I have a solution to both problems. I'll probably get death threats for this, but why don't we pack up all of those unwanted cats and dogs and ship them off to Africa? Don't freak. In the Phillipines dogs are a delicacy and who are we to say what another person can or cannot eat? Hell, if I was a starving little kid with a stick-figure for a body and a balloon for a head, I'd eat rats and be happy.

Are you horrified? Then go hold the hand of one of those starving little kids as they die and explain to them how we don't think it's appropriate for them to eat dog meat, so we buried it all in a landfill in Weehoken or wherever.That'll make them feel better.

I'm surprised no one else has thought of this.


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Do people have sex with dogs in Indiana?

All of them? Do they eat the dog after? That would make sense.
And here's what the 95% were thinking:

If the sex were good, it would be during.

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