> > Then pray you don't crash anywhere cold in the winter say
> > Alaska or Canada.
> Oh yeah, I'll pray for that. Gimmie a break...
Hey you're the one swearing you wouldn't eat an animal just vegetation. Not much vegetation during the winter time there Rumi.
> > Really? Can you tell me who made the following
> > quote?
You're not treating animals with respect if
> > killing them for food or for any other reason.
> You know you're getting on my nerves. Some people kill just for
> sport, not food. Obviously I'm not going to lay down and let an
> animal chew on me. Now back off.
Yes and some kill for food and not for sport yet you condemn all on your pyre of superior, mystic morality. What you eat has less to do with enlightenment then your outlook and treatment of others.
So are you saying that your quote is false due to your "special right" to kill an animal?
You are the one coming on here condemning all who might kill an animal. Then you try to give yourself "special rights" to kill an animal in self defense without any negative effect.
Cream/milk/cheese/leather all come from an animal in a situation not to it's liking yet you feel fine with using this stuff anyways. Yet when someone eats the meat from this same animal you throw a hissy fit.
Putting the animal down and using the meat from it seems less wasteful, and more humane, then using just the milk and skin. This sounds like the old buffalo hunters who killed millions of buffalo for their skins and tongues.
The Native Americans used the whole buffalo and only killed what they needed and practiced nature conservation long before it became a popular fad for those who try to be more "civilised" or "enlightened".