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Sep 29, 2014
Carnevor here! Animals kill each other for food (and quite visciously I might add) soI see no reason to mess with nature's own plan. On the other hand we are human and know the concept of cruelty so give your food a good life and a clean death.
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Jan 2, 2014
I feel the same way about Halal and Kosher. Great idea - lets make the animals suffer pointlessly for religious reasons. Look these up in Wikipedia to see what I mean. I refuse to eat at such places anymore.
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Dec 13, 2012
Why the dislikes? saywhatwhat's comment is perfectly reasonable and helpful.

Btw, I have a friend who's vegan. She's very considerate and brings her own food.
Jan 24, 2011
Of course it isn't just Vegan/Vegetarians who do the "No I can't eat at..." routine. But if it is one, the answer is just to ask where they would want to go. Then, if it's not going to work for you, say, "I'm on a tight budget anyway, so I'll just pick up a quick bite..." Sometimes life isn't so complicated as Dilbert makes it seem.
Jan 18, 2011
I just hope that people realize that vegans aren't vegans because its supposedly "healthier," its a matter of ethics. Everybody has a different view on what's ethical, and vegans feel it unethical to kill animals for our own personal gain. If someone you know claims to be vegan for health reasons, please tell them they are vegetarian. Personally, I'm a vegetarian who tries not to use any animal byproduct that results in death of the animal. No leather, nothing with gelatin or animal shortening, no black-ink tattoos, etc.
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