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Old 09-12-2018, 07:24 PM   #81
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I hate to be the one to tell you this but... human lives != turkey lives
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Old 09-12-2018, 07:24 PM   #82
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Also, wow, did you really just compare execution to sentient beings to execution for foods and goods?
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Old 09-12-2018, 07:24 PM   #83
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I hope you're painting those nails in your coffin
You wouldn't want to look cis on the river Styx
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Now see here, I'm a bird lover and love my birds, but I won't lie and say eating some bird is immoral.
Like you, I wouldn’t eat you, you can talk, and you can think on an intelligent level. If anything, I’d take you clothes shopping with me and we’d probably end of close friends (and not fake friends like the Florida furries were with me)
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I hate to be the one to tell you this but... human lives != turkey lives
Turkeys have feelings too lmao
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Old 09-12-2018, 07:25 PM   #86
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I’ve condemned mass killing of animals and slaughterhouses before tho.

“Humans: The holocaust was all bad and terrible*

Also humans: Let's kill billions of turkeys and chickens every year, more than the total death toll of the holocaust”
send me back to 1943 and blow some zyklon b straight up my asshole holy hell is this post stupid
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Old 09-12-2018, 07:26 PM   #87
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That would be guilt free way of doing it, and it would release them back into nature so the circle of life could continue. I couldn’t live with having my pet murdered at human hands.
if I had released my dog into a forest instead of putting her down I would have whooped my own ass
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That would be guilt free way of doing it, and it would release them back into nature so the circle of life could continue. I couldn’t live with having my pet murdered at human hands.
What in the world...?

Queen, listen to yourself.

You want them to die on their own terms, right? So you're saying them getting shredded to pieces due to them not being able to move is on their own terms?

No animal in existence would do this, they would go hiding somewhere where it's safe, as that's what they're instinctively meant to do.
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Old 09-12-2018, 07:28 PM   #89
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I'm still sad my cat was put down a few weeks ago, but I'm beyond anything else relieved that she's out of pain and not needing diabetes medication injected into her twice daily because that would be no quality of life for her.

I miss her, and wish she was here, but she'll always be a part of my family and my thoughts, and I'm fortunate that both her and I had so many good memories together.

I wouldn't change the decision that was made, given the context, in a million years.
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What in the world...?

Queen, listen to yourself.

You want them to die on their own terms, right? So you're saying them getting shredded to pieces due to them not being able to move is on their own terms?

No animal in existence would do this, they would go hiding somewhere where it's safe, as that's what they're instinctively meant to do.
I don’t think I’m articulating myself very well…

Time for me to hide away and return when my patches decide to work…
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Like you, I wouldn’t eat you, you can talk, and you can think on an intelligent level. If anything, I’d take you clothes shopping with me and we’d probably end of close friends (and not fake friends like the Florida furries were with me)
Right, because I'm a sentient being.

Birds are not sentient. Heck, some of 'em don't have the mental capabilities to feel what you think some animals feel in the same context.
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Old 09-12-2018, 07:34 PM   #93
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I don’t think I’m articulating myself very well…

Time for me to hide away and return when my patches decide to work…
I think you just have a misunderstanding on how animals actually work in the real world. It's definitely not sunshine and rainbows as the furry community would make you believe. The ecosystem exists for a reason and we so happen to be on the very top of the food chain since we're the only species on this planet that has shown to be sentient.

Believe me, if there were multiple different species on this planet that could talk, get jobs, make friends, ect like you and me, this would probably be a completely different topic.
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All in all I would say that Charu not only won this game, his play made me reconsider how I play it.
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Old 09-12-2018, 07:39 PM   #94
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Right, because I'm a sentient being.

Birds are not sentient. Heck, some of 'em don't have the mental capabilities to feel what you think some animals feel in the same context.
Let’s just say I’ve had some experiences with very smart and very nice dogs. I know birds aren’t bright often, hence the insult “birdbrain”, no offense meant towards you btw.

I let this get wayyy too out of hand. I took a long nap, and I come back to shit I never th ought I would’ve typed. I’m confused. I feel like my life has become a modern day retelling of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Like fuck, I didn’t know fluctuations of this capacity could happen.

I’m for sure telling my provider about this so we can get this worked out, and I’m also trying to look for a job so I can get a therapist. I can’t live like this…
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Let’s just say I’ve had some experiences with very smart and very nice dogs. I know birds aren’t bright often, hence the insult “birdbrain”, no offense meant towards you btw.

I let this get wayyy too out of hand. I took a long nap, and I come back to shit I never th ought I would’ve typed. I’m confused. I feel like my life has become a modern day retelling of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Like fuck, I didn’t know fluctuations of this capacity could happen.

I’m for sure telling my provider about this so we can get this worked out, and I’m also trying to look for a job so I can get a therapist. I can’t live like this…
I don't mean to continue this, but seeing a dog act smart doesn't mean it's smart enough to make a decision.

Dogs have shown to show they can understand different objects and different meanings of said objects, yes.

Does it mean they're smart enough to think for themselves that's not directed by instinct?

...But anyways, enough about that. I hope you do feel better regardless of what was said.
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Old 09-12-2018, 08:19 PM   #98
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Let’s just say I’ve had some experiences with very smart and very nice dogs. I know birds aren’t bright often, hence the insult “birdbrain”, no offense meant towards you btw.

I let this get wayyy too out of hand. I took a long nap, and I come back to shit I never th ought I would’ve typed. I’m confused. I feel like my life has become a modern day retelling of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Like fuck, I didn’t know fluctuations of this capacity could happen.

I’m for sure telling my provider about this so we can get this worked out, and I’m also trying to look for a job so I can get a therapist. I can’t live like this…
Get a co2 detector
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I don't mean to continue this, but seeing a dog act smart doesn't mean it's smart enough to make a decision.

Dogs have shown to show they can understand different objects and different meanings of said objects, yes.

Does it mean they're smart enough to think for themselves that's not directed by instinct?

...But anyways, enough about that. I hope you do feel better regardless of what was said.
I certainly hope that I feel better too, I WANT to improve. Just sometimes life makes it really hard with bad circumstances and such.

I think this is just about a good place to call this debate quits too, I’m getting stressed as well, and there’s not much point in continuing now
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There’s adequate co2, I can breathe
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