'V' for Vegan

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FOOD is a basic human need. The kind of food we have may be a matter of personal choice based on our likes and dislikes.

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hunters are COWARDS

Virginia Beach, VA

#21 Oct 25, 2012
mojo karma cookie wrote:
<quoted text> i totally agree HAC, there is serious lack of commonsense, basic morals and responsibility at play here. these dullminded and apathetic slobs like to pretend that they enjoy their violent behavior and anti-social tendencies. fact is they couldn't think their way out of a wet paper sack or forumulate an honest opinion or response. very insane behavior.
Since the witless, spineless cowardly trolls can't refute anything on any thread, they have to resort to the asinine, childish diversions. Funny how you have been posting as mojo since April, and the losers suddenly decide that you and I are the same!! Fine by me as it is an honor and a compliment to be affiliated with you!:) Watch the trolls as they flail about mindlessly and FAIL like always!:)
hunters are COWARDS

Virginia Beach, VA

#22 Oct 25, 2012
Squach wrote:
<quoted text>You are soooooo right Moo Juice Cookie Monster. I am held in awe of the deep profundity and sheer genius exhibited in your posts..........NOT! You should be more than a bit embarrassed by your own inability to grasp fact and reality. Ta-ta.....
WRONG as always impotent troll. YOU should be embarrassed but you are a spinless, sackless, witless COWARD who lacks pride, dignity, intelligence, confidences and a sack so you repeatedly humiliate yourself from the start of your miserable day till the end...every day for YEARS. You are such a pathetic waste of space. No sane, ADULT would say something so childish as "Moo Juice Cookie Monster" and YOU are a mentally disturbed, delusional moron. You ARE an embarrassment to your own despicable ilk and that is a FACT.
Time for another predictable pansyass hissy fit? Of course it is!!!!

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#23 Oct 26, 2012
hunters are COWARDS wrote:
<quoted text>WRONG as always impotent troll. YOU should be embarrassed but you are a spinless, sackless, witless COWARD who lacks pride, dignity, intelligence, confidences and a sack so you repeatedly humiliate yourself from the start of your miserable day till the end...every day for YEARS. You are such a pathetic waste of space. No sane, ADULT would say something so childish as "Moo Juice Cookie Monster" and YOU are a mentally disturbed, delusional moron. You ARE an embarrassment to your own despicable ilk and that is a FACT.
Time for another predictable pansyass hissy fit? Of course it is!!!!
I suppose you think the name "mojo karma cookie" is more "adult"? ROTFLMAO!!!! Tell me, do the other voices in your head have names when they manifest them selves in your mind or do you name them when they pop up? Yours is a lost cause and you and all of the other "yous" are deluded losers. Have fun storming the castle..........

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#24 Oct 26, 2012
Squach wrote:
<quoted text>You are soooooo right Moo Juice Cookie Monster. I am held in awe of the deep profundity and sheer genius exhibited in your posts..........NOT! You should be more than a bit embarrassed by your own inability to grasp fact and reality. Ta-ta.....
wrong again as usual squash. yes of course i am right, i don't got nothing to hide, i don't have any hidden agendas and, here's the tricky part, i don't let the mass media or others do my thinking for me. i believe that your idiotic and pointless industrial strength kidblather has gotten the better of you. the undeniable fact is, you are a delusional and greedy slob, one that can't seem to grasp the simple fact that this is an animal rights forum, we don't need to hear the witless remarks and bogus, condescending semi-lucid commentary and/or hatespeech from psychopath hunters and other deficient, apologist DUMBYist slackers.
here is your free animal rights lesson for today.
http://tinyurl.com/8sdga9y

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#28 Oct 26, 2012
mojo karma cookie wrote:
<quoted text>wrong again as usual squash. yes of course i am right, i don't got nothing to hide, i don't have any hidden agendas and, here's the tricky part, i don't let the mass media or others do my thinking for me. i believe that your idiotic and pointless industrial strength kidblather has gotten the better of you. the undeniable fact is, you are a delusional and greedy slob, one that can't seem to grasp the simple fact that this is an animal rights forum, we don't need to hear the witless remarks and bogus, condescending semi-lucid commentary and/or hatespeech from psychopath hunters and other deficient, apologist DUMBYist slackers.
here is your free animal rights lesson for today.
http://tinyurl.com/8sdga9y
First of all, there is absolutely no way you could possibly be right because "animal rights" do not exist and never will. Secondly, it's good that you're not trying to hide anything (like the fact that you're just another voice in HAC's head) because lunacy like yours is too plain for all to see. Thirdly, the mass media and others can't think for you with your head that far up PeTA/ALF/HSUS/AR's collective ass. One thing is quite clear, you're incapable of thinking for yourself. Fourthly, the only "hate speech" around here comes from AR/vegan extremists. And finally, I've apologized for nothing nor do I intend to.

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#29 Oct 26, 2012
hunters are COWARDS wrote:
<quoted text>squat is an impotent frightened coward and always will be. I think the loser is in his sixties yet acts like a dimwitted 9 year old. The fact that he spends literally every day and every night prowling the ANIMAL RIGHTS forums only magnifies what a frightened coward he is. widdle squatty is scared of the 'big bad vegans' and spends every moment of his miserable, pitiful 'life' freaking out over plant eaters!:) We'd better look out, squatty may throw another raging pansyass hissy fit any minute! ;). What a fun filled and rewarding way to spend past middle aged years......NOT.
Stop talking to yourself and read my response to the other you. ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!
HUNTERS ARE COWARDS

Virginia Beach, VA

#30 Oct 26, 2012
Squach wrote:
<quoted text>First of all, there is absolutely no way you could possibly be right because "animal rights" do not exist and never will. Secondly, it's good that you're not trying to hide anything (like the fact that you're just another voice in HAC's head) because lunacy like yours is too plain for all to see. Thirdly, the mass media and others can't think for you with your head that far up PeTA/ALF/HSUS/AR's collective ass. One thing is quite clear, you're incapable of thinking for yourself. Fourthly, the only "hate speech" around here comes from AR/vegan extremists. And finally, I've apologized for nothing nor do I intend to.
First of all, you are and always will be, an insecure, witless, spineless, SELF HUMILIATING COWARD. Not only does ANIMAL RIGHTS exist, but there are more ANIMAL RIGHTS activists every day. Meanwhile, you belong to an ever DECLINING clan of despicable OUTCASTS. scum like you will be OBSOLETE, while the ANIMAL RIGHTS movement continues to grow.

Let me also add: as predicted, the self humiliating, insecure, spineless COWARD squatty, was slobbering and waiting for me to post!!
YOU can't even control your pathetic daily pansyass hissy fits. Every day you prove what an spineless, insecure, witless frightened COWARD you are, and every day you get your pathetic, spineless ass kicked yet here you are day after day after day---typical glutton for punishment. Don't you ever get tired of proving what an insecure, spineless, self humiliating COWARD you are? Obviously not. The fact that VEGANS exist infuriates pitiful frightened COWARDS like you. the fact that you obsess every waking hour of your miserable 'life' over the big bad VEGANS/ARAs proves what a frightened, spineless, insecure COWARD you are. You are obviously too dense to grasp what an ass you make of yourself EVERY DAY and EVERY NIGHT. No MAN would be so insecure and frightened and self humiliating to infest the ANIMAL RIGHTS forums first thing every day, all day and last thing . ARAs/ VEGANS are all you ever think about and the PROOF is strewn through the ANIMAL RIGHTS forums every page, every day, for YEARS now. You are even a disgrace to your own despicable ilk and that is a FACT. Keep proving what a spineless, insecure COWARD you are because like all sackless COWARDS you lack pride, dignity, intelligence, confidence and a spine. It's despicable that a sixty something year old acts like such a socially inept, mentally disturbed slob.
Be sure to throw another predictable pansyass hissy fit...we know you thrive on self humiliation. Ready for your next uncontrollable pansyass hissy fit, sackless COWARD? Of course you are because like every day, you are slobbering over your filthy keyboard waiting for a 'big bad vegan' to post so you can't scream and pound your gnarly, nicotine stained fists!
We KNOW you will continue to come here for further humiliation and ass kicking, because like all spineless COWARDS you lack PRIDE, DIGNITY, INTELLIGENCE, CONFIDENCE and a sack!!!'tis true and you WILL prove this fact any minute.....what an effing pathetic waste of space...by all means, continue spending another entire day and night of your pointless, miserable, INSECURE 'life' slobbering over your filthy nicotine stained keyboard proving what an insecure, spineless COWARD you are!! I will continue slapping your sorry, insecure, spineless old ass...I promise!! Come on, show everyone what a glutton for punishment you are, spineless, insecure self humiliating squatty!!! 10..9..8..7..6...

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#31 Oct 26, 2012
Squach wrote:
<quoted text>First of all, there is absolutely no way you could possibly be right because "animal rights" do not exist and never will. Secondly, it's good that you're not trying to hide anything (like the fact that you're just another voice in HAC's head) because lunacy like yours is too plain for all to see. Thirdly, the mass media and others can't think for you with your head that far up PeTA/ALF/HSUS/AR's collective ass. One thing is quite clear, you're incapable of thinking for yourself. Fourthly, the only "hate speech" around here comes from AR/vegan extremists. And finally, I've apologized for nothing nor do I intend to.
geeze. yeah squash my boy, wrong again as usual. sure animal rights isn't something you can hold in your hand, it is a moral theory and practice. it is a code of ethics, a conceptual and intangible object. it is the only sane and ethical choice in an increasingly dangerous world. the rest of your unfortunate and idiotic kidblather is forced and comes off like some cheap form of shady, half-baked propaganda and surpremely deficient and one-dimensional disinformation.
(1) the mass media and others can't think for you with your head that far up PeTA/ALF/HSUS/AR's collective ass.
(2)One thing is quite clear, you're incapable of thinking for yourself.
(3)the only "hate speech" around here comes from AR/vegan extremists.
(4)And finally, I've apologized for nothing nor do I intend to.
whoa! let's start at the beginning.
1) i am a PETA supporter and i agree with the ALF and most other ARA's most of the time. if you want to paint me as extremist go ahead, as i am nothing more than a vegan and an ARA.
2)wrong squash my severely deluded boy. you saying it doesn't make it true. instant fail.
3) your entire post, as is most of the rest of your bogus twisted and irrelevant commentary, is nothing but hatespeech, and sahdy disinformation, paired up with shameless and goofy gradeschool attacks against other ARA's and HAC.
4) oh my. you missed the mark again squash my boy. you obviously need either a refresher course in critical thinking or maybe you nned to acquire some basic literacy skills. don't make me explain this to you.
HUNTERS ARE COWARDS

Virginia Beach, VA

#32 Oct 26, 2012
mojo karma cookie wrote:
<quoted text>
geeze. yeah squash my boy, wrong again as usual. sure animal rights isn't something you can hold in your hand, it is a moral theory and practice. it is a code of ethics, a conceptual and intangible object. it is the only sane and ethical choice in an increasingly dangerous world. the rest of your unfortunate and idiotic kidblather is forced and comes off like some cheap form of shady, half-baked propaganda and surpremely deficient and one-dimensional disinformation.
<quoted text>whoa! let's start at the beginning.
1) i am a PETA supporter and i agree with the ALF and most other ARA's most of the time. if you want to paint me as extremist go ahead, as i am nothing more than a vegan and an ARA.
2)wrong squash my severely deluded boy. you saying it doesn't make it true. instant fail.
3) your entire post, as is most of the rest of your bogus twisted and irrelevant commentary, is nothing but hatespeech, and sahdy disinformation, paired up with shameless and goofy gradeschool attacks against other ARA's and HAC.
4) oh my. you missed the mark again squash my boy. you obviously need either a refresher course in critical thinking or maybe you nned to acquire some basic literacy skills. don't make me explain this to you.
Well said! The insecure, witless, impotent trolls who infest the Animal Rights forums day in and day out only magnify what frightened little cowards they are, and they are too dense to realize what asses they keep making of themselves. We are in their empty heads 24/7 and they are terrified of us plant eaters! we are the first thing insecure squatty thinks of every day and we are the last thing the insecure, frightened coward thinks of. If I had a father or uncle or grandfather that acted like that despicable PoS does, I would have him committed to a psychiatric hospital. Fortunately, my family doesn't have any embarrassing cowards in it. The MEN in my family have spines, integrity, pride, dignity, confidence, intelligence and a LIFE :)

“Scabies are people too!”

Since: Apr 11

Killing scabies IS MURDER!

#33 Oct 26, 2012
mojo karma cookie wrote:
<quoted text>
geeze. yeah squash my boy, wrong again as usual. sure animal rights isn't something you can hold in your hand, it is a moral theory and practice. it is a code of ethics, a conceptual and intangible object. it is the only sane and ethical choice in an increasingly dangerous world.
Veganism is merely a moral decision that is not based in right or wrong. it is a preference. Humans have existed and survived over veganism for millions and millions of years. there is nothing "immoral" about eating meat. It is both natural and good. If you choose a different path than the millions and millions of years of evolution, that is fine but it doesn't make you more "moral." It merely makes you different.
HUNTERS ARE COWARDS

Virginia Beach, VA

#34 Oct 26, 2012
Take a hike TROLL. You know NOTHING about being vegan. You are just a witless, dull, insecure, ever flailing/FAILING loser troll who begs for attention. Get lost, moron.

“Scabies are people too!”

Since: Apr 11

Killing scabies IS MURDER!

#35 Oct 26, 2012
HUNTERS ARE COWARDS wrote:
Take a hike TROLL. You know NOTHING about being vegan. You are just a witless, dull, insecure, ever flailing/FAILING loser troll who begs for attention. Get lost, moron.
What I know about vegan religion is that it once pervaded the human race but through evolution, it died because it was inferior. If it were superior as you claim, people would have maintained a vegan diet and those who chose to eat meat would have perished.

“Scabies are people too!”

Since: Apr 11

Killing scabies IS MURDER!

#36 Oct 26, 2012
Even Jesus is a meat eater.
HUNTERS ARE COWARDS

Virginia Beach, VA

#37 Oct 26, 2012
Take a hike TROLL. You know NOTHING about being vegan. You are just a witless, dull, insecure, ever flailing/FAILING loser troll who begs for attention. All you do is waste space with your dull, witless, asinine blather. Get lost, moron. Go get mommy to pay attention to your sorry pathetic ass.
HUNTERS ARE COWARDS

Virginia Beach, VA

#38 Oct 26, 2012
REFLECTIONS -

Dr Rajan Philips -
FOOD is a basic human need. The kind of food we have may be a matter of personal choice based on our likes and dislikes. But is also dictated by cultural, climatic and health considerations.
What is popular in one part of the world may be totally novel or unwelcome elsewhere. So much so there are astounding diversities and contrasts so that the proverb,‘One man’s food is another’s poison’ is not much of an exaggeration.
With the world shrinking into a global village many of these ‘food barriers’ may be steadily crumbling. But significant differences do remain.
These were some to the thoughts that came to me as I reflected on the significance of the World Vegan Day (WVD) being observe today.
Veganism is a form of vegetarianism where the use of all animal products including eggs and dairy products are avoided.
WVD is an annual event established in 1994 by Louise Wallis, the then President of the Vegan Society, UK. The day in fact marks the culmination a month long Vegetarian Awareness campaign that kicks off on October 1 (World Vegetarian Day.)
The proponents of this movement endeavour to create awareness on the benefits of vegetarianism. This includes positive impact on health (by reducing risk of serious diseases like cancer and heart problems), the environment and animal welfare. Geenhouse gases will decrease. It also reduces our carbon footprint, the amount of waste produced and the pollution of the air. It can also ensure better conservation of water .
It is believed that vegetarians generally live longer than meat eaters. The food grown can be better used to feed the hungry since quite a good proportion of it is consumed by animals that are reared for meat. It is estimated that 15 times the weight of animal feed is required to get one kg of meat.
Adopting vegetarian diet is also a clear statement against cruelty to animals. A great thinker rightly said that if slaughter houses had glass walls more and more people would take to vegetarianism.
Famous people like Gandhi , Einstein and singer Paul McCartney are examples of committed vegetarians who motivated others to follow suit.
The vegan society and its supporters suggest that people take to a meat-free diet for the month or at least one day in a week to begin with. They hope once people realise the positives, it would become a habit. The message is conveyed through colourful posters displayed in public places and supporters wear informative vegetarian message on say the T-shirts.
They also arrange to screen related documentaries or films. On a more practical plane some of them would host a potluck, or a vegetarian meal at home or a restaurant. Vegetarian spokespersons are invited to present talks and workshops.
Bookstores are urged to set up a display of vegetarian cookbooks and to offer special discounts throughout the month. Libraries (public, college, or school), are called upon to display books on vegetarian titles. They encourage restaurants, to support and publicise their vegetarian options,
For those who are habitual meat eaters a total change over to vegetarianism is a Herculean task. It may require real determination or circumstantial compulsions like strict advice by doctors to stick to a vegetarian diet for heath reasons. Whatever the reasons the practice is bound to bring in multiple benefits.
Those who do not have the will power to make a complete U turn, can and should try out the change once a week and gradually step up the effort so as to reap greater benefits.

“Scabies are people too!”

Since: Apr 11

Killing scabies IS MURDER!

#39 Oct 26, 2012
HUNTERS ARE COWARDS wrote:
REFLECTIONS -
Dr Rajan Philips -
FOOD is a basic human need. The kind of food we have may be a matter of personal choice based on our likes and dislikes. But is also dictated by cultural, climatic and health considerations.
What is popular in one part of the world may be totally novel or unwelcome elsewhere. So much so there are astounding diversities and contrasts so that the proverb,‘One man’s food is another’s poison’ is not much of an exaggeration.
With the world shrinking into a global village many of these ‘food barriers’ may be steadily crumbling. But significant differences do remain.
These were some to the thoughts that came to me as I reflected on the significance of the World Vegan Day (WVD) being observe today.
Veganism is a form of vegetarianism where the use of all animal products including eggs and dairy products are avoided.
WVD is an annual event established in 1994 by Louise Wallis, the then President of the Vegan Society, UK. The day in fact marks the culmination a month long Vegetarian Awareness campaign that kicks off on October 1 (World Vegetarian Day.)
The proponents of this movement endeavour to create awareness on the benefits of vegetarianism. This includes positive impact on health (by reducing risk of serious diseases like cancer and heart problems), the environment and animal welfare. Geenhouse gases will decrease. It also reduces our carbon footprint, the amount of waste produced and the pollution of the air. It can also ensure better conservation of water .
It is believed that vegetarians generally live longer than meat eaters. The food grown can be better used to feed the hungry since quite a good proportion of it is consumed by animals that are reared for meat. It is estimated that 15 times the weight of animal feed is required to get one kg of meat.
Adopting vegetarian diet is also a clear statement against cruelty to animals. A great thinker rightly said that if slaughter houses had glass walls more and more people would take to vegetarianism.
Famous people like Gandhi , Einstein and singer Paul McCartney are examples of committed vegetarians who motivated others to follow suit.
The vegan society and its supporters suggest that people take to a meat-free diet for the month or at least one day in a week to begin with. They hope once people realise the positives, it would become a habit. The message is conveyed through colourful posters displayed in public places and supporters wear informative vegetarian message on say the T-shirts.
They also arrange to screen related documentaries or films. On a more practical plane some of them would host a potluck, or a vegetarian meal at home or a restaurant. Vegetarian spokespersons are invited to present talks and workshops.
Bookstores are urged to set up a display of vegetarian cookbooks and to offer special discounts throughout the month. Libraries (public, college, or school), are called upon to display books on vegetarian titles. They encourage restaurants, to support and publicise their vegetarian options,
For those who are habitual meat eaters a total change over to vegetarianism is a Herculean task. It may require real determination or circumstantial compulsions like strict advice by doctors to stick to a vegetarian diet for heath reasons. Whatever the reasons the practice is bound to bring in multiple benefits.
Those who do not have the will power to make a complete U turn, can and should try out the change once a week and gradually step up the effort so as to reap greater benefits.
There is no need to become a vegan. If being vegan makes you happy, I think you should do it. Since veganism doesn't make 99% of the population happy, they shouldn't do it. There is nothing wrong or immoral about eating meat. It is quite natural in fact. Millions of years of evolution "prove" it.

“Scabies are people too!”

Since: Apr 11

Killing scabies IS MURDER!

#43 Oct 26, 2012
hunters are COWARDS wrote:
MEAT IS MURDER.
No it isn't. Murder is murder. Meat is dinner.

“Scabies are people too!”

Since: Apr 11

Killing scabies IS MURDER!

#44 Oct 26, 2012
Even jesus agrees.

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#45 Oct 27, 2012
hunters are COWARDS wrote:
MEAT IS MURDER.
No, meat is food for humans and it has been for the last 20 thousand years or so..........where've you been?

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#46 Oct 27, 2012
usa blockhead the braindamaged sycophant wrote:
<quoted text>
Veganism is merely a moral decision that is not based in right or wrong. it is a preference. Humans have existed and survived over veganism for millions and millions of years. there is nothing "immoral" about eating meat. It is both natural and good. If you choose a different path than the millions and millions of years of evolution, that is fine but it doesn't make you more "moral." It merely makes you different.
kidblather. veganism is non-violence, humane ethics, peace and compassionate behavior in action. yes eating the flesh of horribly abused and sadistically slaughtere innoncent sentient being is immoral. because it's wrong and unnecessary. you are nothing but a delusional and selfish moral coward. and only a psychopath would point a deadly weapon at a defenseless and innocent animal to kill only for pretended sport. what a macaroon.

here is your free animal rights lesson for today.

http://www.sharkonline.org/

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