> is a life choice to parrtake in an entertainment that relise on
> cruelty/torture etc.
To eat meat is a life choice to partake of a food industry that relies on cruelty/torture etc.
> >> By that reasoning, as long as I don't intend to torture
> > I won't be torturing them - as long as I do it in a method
> > is acceptable to your sensibilities and because it is more
> > convenient to me than an alternative - a 'life choice' as you
> > put it?
> In short. Bullfighting is cuel and tortuous, and it is intended
> to be so. Food preparation does not have to be this way, bull
> fighting does. You are assuming all food preparation is like
> bullfighting, seems like specious reasoning to me.:D
Lol - now you are confusing food preparation with the meat industry (shocked emoticon)!
You are claiming that there is a moral distinction between bullfighting and eating slaughtered cattle. I am merely saying there is no evidence to support your stance.
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