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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 Catz Part Deux View Post
    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.
    you do realize that kimchee is the prime suspect behind why there is a high rate of gastric cancer among Koreans?

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    In late 1990s, Ahn Yo from Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea, observed that stomach cancer was the most prevalent malignant neoplasm in Korea. He noted an increased risk of stomach cancer was among those who frequently had pickled vegetables (aka kimchi) as their meals.
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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
    cabbage is certainly a common ingredient, but not a requirment.

    it's like saying if made properly, cheese must stink.

    some does, some doesn't.

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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    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.
    Then you don't make it right. I have a korean friend who loves it but won't make it because she knows the smell is very offensive to people who aren't used to it. I have smelled it on a guy who used to eat it on his lunch break. It's enough to gag a maggot.
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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    cabbage is certainly a common ingredient, but not a requirment.

    it's like saying if made properly, cheese must stink.

    some does, some doesn't.
    I beg to differ


    Koreans possess a passionate fondness for kimchi, serving this spicy
    fermented pickled vegetable dish at most meals. Kimchi contains lots of
    vitamins, minerals and fibers. The major ingredient of kimchi is Chinese
    cabbage.
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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Then you don't make it right. I have a korean friend who loves it but won't make it because she knows the smell is very offensive to people who aren't used to it. I have smelled it on a guy who used to eat it on his lunch break. It's enough to gag a maggot.
    I like the smell of it. And, it's tasty, too.

    I make it with Napa cabbage, which I think is less odiferous than regular cabbage.

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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    Says you. I prefer dolphins to most humans.
    I prefer dogs over some people. That doesn't mean I think they are more of a person than a human fetus.
    What does preference have to do with anything?
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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    Says you. I prefer dolphins to most humans.
    Only because of the prehensile penis and the ability to cum at 45 mph.

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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    I beg to differ
    hundreds of variations of kimchi exist.

    I used to think a requirement was that the vegetables were fermented, but then learned in Japan, they often don't even use fermented vegetables, yet call it kimchi

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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    hundreds of variations of kimchi exist.

    I used to think a requirement was that the vegetables were fermented, but then learned in Japan, they often don't even use fermented vegetables, yet call it kimchi
    just because they call it kimchi, doesn't mean it is kimchi.

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    Re: Should dolphins be considered non-human persons?

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    Only because of the prehensile penis and the ability to cum at 45 mph.
    I can cum at way more than 45 mph, as long as the flight attendants don't catch me.
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