Who says it causes distress? Show the proof. PETA stories don't count.<quoted text>
Over-priced coffee and cruelty to a sentient being to create a tasty and overpriced snack are separate issues.
Let me clarify my position: There's enough wanton cruelty to people and animals in this world already. Do we really need to eat fatted goose liver if it causes so much distress to the animal?
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#85 May 16, 2008
#87 May 16, 2008
Out of all the myriad of things to eat in this world - couldn't we do away with this horrific, wanton practice?
#88 May 16, 2008
Again, what evidence is there that it's "horrific?" Look up that word in the dictionary, do you even know what it means?
#89 Jun 11, 2008
Shut up and pass the cougar liver!
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