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Thread: How do you get it to hold still?

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    No matter how many times I see this, I still shake my head....
    No wonder the US is in such bad shape....
    Maybe in stead of our schools teaching socialist crap, they should try to teach about the food chain.
    brenda in MI

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    There are many countries that raise animals we consider pets as food sources. So, how did this person think the meat got to the grocery store? Did they pick it off the trees???? lol lol lol
    Karen in Kentucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by linhawk View Post
    hahaha! Sometimes we humans just can't help but display our intelligence--or lack of it!
    His compassions are new every morning. . . Great is Your faithfulness!

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    Bad for my karma!
    peace
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    Oh my, this poor person needs to be educated!

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    That is a, "You can't fix stupid", if I ever heard one...

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    That is almost as funny as
    the girl who told me pickles were not cucumbers.
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    Watch out - these people are among us!

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    I have a cousin that when she was a kid would not eat eggs when she found out that they came out of a chickens butt!

    My Dad was raised on a farm and he tried to get me to believe that chocolate milk came from chocolate (brown) cows.

    Another cousin found out that he could not raise an animal for slaughter because his wife made pets out of them.

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    This can't be for real, can it?
    Judy from Wyoming

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    Maybe the meat is cloned?

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    God must love stupid people. he made so many of them. Saying on a tee shirt years ago and so true today.

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    You can't fix stupid....................

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    you can 'fix' stupid, but they have to sign the medical forms. instead of being neutered they thought they were getting 'tutored! old joke, still true today. the more things change the more they stay the same!
    all i hope for is humane treatment to animals. culling the deer, for instance, allows the herd to be sustainable and not starve to death. their bodies respond to droughts and poor or scant food sources by shutting down the reproductive systems. that is sooo not true of humans. the the rich get richer, and the poor get children. farm animals are a resource and rules are in place to protect them from being 'in-humanely' treated, rules which are not always upheld. a cow who is bred for milk production, usually artificially, goes from one birth to the next. it is all the life they know, and probably all they will ever know. their intelligence is low and they have no motivation to riot and get out of there. they aren't people. i will say i have met some cows who were a lot nicer than some people i know. cattle, pigs, fowl, fish are living factories. perhaps the day will come when we can produce their products by machine and the animals will live in zoos so our grandkids can see what they looked like. philly zoo has some scottish cows, and so it begins!
    The only bad days are the ones you don't get.

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