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    Re: Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Fabulous View Post
    Want substance?

    Try biting into a nice juicy porterhouse. That'll give you all the substance the body needs.
    Yea, okay. If you don't want to debate then just stop posting. You're so indignant, but apparently you can't explain why.

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    Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by Brother AJ View Post
    Yea, okay. If you don't want to debate then just stop posting. You're so indignant, but apparently you can't explain why.
    He is too busy eating red meat to debate.

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    Re: Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by lizzie View Post
    Your loss.
    Yea, yea - 'But it tastes just like chicken'.
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    Re: Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by SMTA View Post
    Yea, yea - 'But it tastes just like chicken'.
    No, it really tastes better.
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    Re: Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by SMTA View Post
    He is too busy eating red meat to debate.

    Beef - it's what's for dinner.
    Yea... I've only heard that one a million times before. You trolls need more originality.

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    Re: Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Actually, the two are not entirely separate issues, at least, not on a farm. Intellectually, you can be reductionist about it and think about the two separately, but to the farmer it's the sum total of all the costs and all the benefits of something that determines if it is a sustainable practice. The farmer can't afford to look at only the money he's going to take in selling his birds for meat. If the birds can also reduce his need to purchase insecticides (because free-ranging the birds will reduce the insect population) for his veggie crops then the farmer has to take that into account or else he'll price the meat too high and drive down sales
    I tend to believe that it all should be advocated for simultaneously, but to be honest I don't currently see how we can use anything other than chemicals in agriculture to maintain our large population. I certainly don't think organic farming is currently able to sustain us. This shouldn't be a matter of what is economically viable for a chicken farmer. He's not justified in harming and exploiting these animals when there is no need to do so.
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    Re: Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by Brother AJ View Post
    Yea... I've only heard that one a million times before. You trolls need more originality.
    Even Defensive Omnivore Bingo is more interesting than the trolling going on in this thread
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    Re: Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by Brother AJ View Post
    I tend to believe that it all should advocated for simultaneously, but to be honest I don't currently see how we can use anything other than chemicals in agriculture to maintain our large population. I certainly don't think organic farming is currently able to sustain us. This shouldn't be a matter of what is economically viable for a chicken farmer. He's not justified in harming and exploiting these animals when there is no need to do so.
    I'm not just talking about chicken farmers. I'm talking about farmers in general.

    Basically, if a practice isn't economically viable, then it's not sustainable. Farmers have to survive just like everyone else and if what they do for a living doesn't provide a living then they will not do it. If farmers don't do what they do, then how do we eat?

    Hunting and gathering? That might work out in the sticks where I live, but I think people in the city will last very long.
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    Re: Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by Brother AJ View Post
    I tend to believe that it all should be advocated for simultaneously, but to be honest I don't currently see how we can use anything other than chemicals in agriculture to maintain our large population. I certainly don't think organic farming is currently able to sustain us. This shouldn't be a matter of what is economically viable for a chicken farmer. He's not justified in harming and exploiting these animals when there is no need to do so.
    Oh goodness, give it a rest. If you want to believe that rats are people too fine, but when i find one near my home i will kill it.

    I posted this thread because I thought it was amazing that a 1000lb cow jumped a 6ft fence.

    Although it is funny watching you melt down over a cow, now you are just repeating yourself, and it's quite boring.
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    Re: Cops kill cow after wild chase through Pocatello's north side

    Quote Originally Posted by Brother AJ View Post
    I tend to believe that it all should be advocated for simultaneously, but to be honest I don't currently see how we can use anything other than chemicals in agriculture to maintain our large population. I certainly don't think organic farming is currently able to sustain us. This shouldn't be a matter of what is economically viable for a chicken farmer. He's not justified in harming and exploiting these animals when there is no need to do so.
    Actually they have every right.

    Animals only goal is just to be economically viable - and also tasty.
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