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Thread: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Is this how we got into the discussion about this Kimchee broad?

    should kimchee be considered a non-dolphin person?
    NO idea but I want to see it and a medical report before determining if it should be harpooned!



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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    NO idea but I want to see it and a medical report before determining if it should be harpooned!
    I wonder if kimchee has tattoos on her back to cover the propeller scars.
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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    I wonder if kimchee has tattoos on her back to cover the propeller scars.
    well that would suggest she is more likely a manatee or perhaps a womanatee



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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    I sooo want a tuna sandwich now....

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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    I sooo want a tuna sandwich now....
    Call kimchee and ask her to wash up and she should give you one.
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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    A fetus at 24 weeks is substantially less intelligent than a full-grown dolphin.
    A mentally handicapped person may have less intelligence too.
    A dolphin is not a person. A human fetus is a hec of lot more deserving of personhood than a dolphin.
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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Le Marteau View Post
    The rights of a dolphin do not infringe on the rights of an adult human. The hypothetical rights of a fetus (which, I might add, has less intellectual capability than a full-grown dolphin), DO infringe on the rights of an adult human.

    Thus the distinction.
    When you give "rights" to dolphins they could infringe on the rights of humans. What about their right to privacy? What about their right to the ocean without human intrusion. Would they have a right not to have their waters fished? Fish are their food source. Do we have the right to take someone's food from them? You see the problems endangered species cause to humans. Personhood for dolphins could be much worse.
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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    bull****, kimchee if made properly must stink. kimchee is basically fermented cabbage. cabbage stinks, fermented cabbage stinks even worse
    I have a jar of kimchee in my fridge RIGHT AT THIS MOMENT. I eat some almost every day (the health benefits of kimchee are fabulous). It doesn't have a strong smell.

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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    A human fetus is a hec of lot more deserving of personhood than a dolphin.
    Says you. I prefer dolphins to most humans.

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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    Al Gore comes to mind, maybe Ross Perot-I thought he was an alien
    James Carville and Dennis Kusinich (Sp)
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