PETA Targets Celebrity Chef Fans With...

PETA Targets Celebrity Chef Fans With New 'Silent Scream' Ad Spot

There are 10803 comments on the www.huffingtonpost.com story from May 31, 2012, titled PETA Targets Celebrity Chef Fans With New 'Silent Scream' Ad Spot. In it, www.huffingtonpost.com reports that:

The season premiere of Gordon Ramsay's "Hell's Kitchen" is June 4, and PETA has a bone to pick with Gordon Ramsay's screaming... sort of.

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#12515 Nov 28, 2012
oops.. I will leave you with this before retiring to my bed...

Protein: You can get some of the components of protein (the amino acids) from legumes, seeds and grain, but meat and fish contain complete protein (meaning they have all the essential amino acids). The amino acids in meat/fish are also in a form that is very easy for most people to digest. Many people find grains and legumes (which contain digestive inhibitors) quite hard to digest. Note too how little meat you actually need to get protein Ė 4 oz of beef provides 30 grams protein; salmon 25 grams; tofu 8 grams.

Zinc: Red meat is high in it and it comes in a form that many believe is easier for the body to break down than that found in grains and legumes.

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#12516 Nov 28, 2012
Opinion36 wrote:
PETA - People Eating Tasty Animals.
I like that acronym better! lol
hunters are COWARDS

Virginia Beach, VA

#12517 Nov 28, 2012
hey wretched BORE: stfu because you OBVIOUSLY know NOTHING about being VEGAN and you know NOTHING about proper nutrition. You are a miserable, lonely old BORE who begs for attention and you thrive off of being verbally slapped around.

Go tell a good psychiatrist about your pathetic obsession of things and people you know NOTHING about.
Make that call in the morning and GET HELP, you wretched psycho BORE

Be sure to gnaw on a corpse soon

Spokaloonian

“I will gladly pay you Tuesday”

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for a hamburger today.

#12518 Nov 28, 2012
hunters are COWARDS wrote:
hey wretched BORE: stfu because you OBVIOUSLY know NOTHING about being VEGAN and you know NOTHING about proper nutrition. You are a miserable, lonely old BORE who begs for attention and you thrive off of being verbally slapped around.
Go tell a good psychiatrist about your pathetic obsession of things and people you know NOTHING about.
Make that call in the morning and GET HELP, you wretched psycho BORE
Be sure to gnaw on a corpse soon
Good Gawd.....

What an embarrassment you must be to your family and the people that know you.

Have you always been this anal retentive or have you had to work at it?

Has the thought ever occurred to you to, just once, to give a decent response to someone, other than your alter egos.

'tis true

carry on, you retarded simpleton, peon of a troll.......
LUMPY is a GASBAG

Midland, TX

#12519 Nov 29, 2012
hunters are COWARDS - LUMPY wrote:
hey, I know NOTHING about proper nutrition but I'll be sure to gnaw on a goat scrotum soon.
That's a given.

“Live in purple”

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#12520 Nov 29, 2012
hunters are COWARDS wrote:
<quoted text>BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAH....yo u are such a pathetic PSYCHO bore! YOU are obsessed, honey boo boo, and you are a wretched BORE. Purples' posts didn't 'involve' you, they were making fun of you. You are clearly mentally disturbed and many here are well aware of what a sick, OBSESSED hag you are.
Hope that helps.
Gonna beg for some more humiliation? We expect you soon!!
Bucky should count how many posts she went on to write to me. And then she can include all the posts she cut and paste from here and put on another thread when she was whining about Maxie dishing back to her.

She does love and crave humiliation. She loves to degrade herself on here. It's funny to watch!
LUMPYS ABUSED GOAT

Midland, TX

#12521 Nov 29, 2012
Purple Queen wrote:
<quoted text>
She does love and crave humiliation. She loves to degrade herself on here. It's funny to watch!
Yes, HAC - LUMPY really is that pathetic.

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#12522 Nov 29, 2012
Purple Queen wrote:
<quoted text>
Bucky should count how many posts she went on to write to me. And then she can include all the posts she cut and paste from here and put on another thread when she was whining about Maxie dishing back to her.
She does love and crave humiliation. She loves to degrade herself on here. It's funny to watch!
What's funny to watch is that you have to cling on to someone like Hac to side with you, about me! You're trying to state how crazy I am to Hac... says more about you than me! lol

Bucky? lol,,, my apologies if my BIG, STRAIGHT pearly whites is all you have to cut me down physically. And again, just trying to bring the cut and pastes argument about what I supposedly did back to where it belongs. And that was how many years ago? Really? I think you didn't like it brought back there because even you know how ridiculous it is here where no one knows the time lines.

One more thing,,, unlike your posts (pretty much all about me), everyone of my posts don't center around you.

You're obsessive stalking is cute PQ, but I'm sorry, I'm not interested in you! But thank you.

Gotta love the power I harness with you... I'll try and use it for good! You're almost in the pinch your cheeks adorable range.. awww

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#12524 Nov 29, 2012
((Again, from the link, and I will post what it reads in it's entirety, cause it makes so much sense to how they're (vegans) viewed.))

MY RESPONSE:

Iíve found that I do much better psychologically if I donít engage too much with vegans. I state my case and then move on. Otherwise, theyíre so self-righteous Iíll lose my mind! You canít rationalize with the insane. And yes, the lack of proteins and cholesterol in the diet along with B12 deficiency is associated with the hostility and violent stance so many of them take. The funniest, most ironic thing I find about adherents to the vegan diet is that they consider themselves so enlightened about what meat does to the planet and the course of disease, but in fact, the data they base it on ó especially where health is concerned ó is based on the info the government and food processing companies want them to know.

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#12525 Nov 29, 2012
The vegan movement has little to do with altruism and more to do with satisfying the insanity of the ego. Otherwise, theyíd be able to live and let live. Inform people of what they think they know and allow them to make the decision. Find true solutions instead of simply avoiding. Life isnít black and white and neither is the issue of eating meat.

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#12526 Nov 29, 2012
I donít believe that any humans are designed to be strict vegan. Some may do ďOKĒ on a vegetarian diet, but I have never met anyone and havenít read any data that indicates it to be true that they would thrive as vegans. For example, Hindus in India survive on a vegetarian diet that includes plenty of dairy, but when they move to places like London where the vegetation is seemingly hydroponically grown, they develop pernicious anemia and other deficiencies. In effect, the vegetables (and probably water) they had in India contains microscopic bugs that seem to satisfy their need for complete protein. Milk is also probably not pasteurized (except in cities).

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#12527 Nov 29, 2012
Buddhist monks may be the closest to a real vegan group, but they are not part of society and they do not reproduce so their needs are different. Protein is a stress balancer and I feel that the more you live in that real world (with jobs, children, heavy metals and other pressures), the more you need flesh to come back to center unless you are able to completely remove yourself from real life on a daily basis. Even so, I know many people who are vegan and meditate and such, but they donít look healthy at all. Many of them show signs of neurological illness or end up with cancer.

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#12528 Nov 29, 2012
We should really take into consideration where we live now as well, not just where our ancestors come from. It is said that it takes 10,000 years for the human body to adapt to new foods, so we never know for sure where we came from ultimately. One thing is for sure. Humans never ate processed foods and sugars like current generations. Otherwise, just eat foods as seasonally as possible predominantly from the region where you live.

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#12529 Nov 29, 2012
I only eat fish that has been tested for low mercury and PCBs. I fear that most fish live a life far worse than farm animals with only chickens faring worse. Lamb is probably the most ethically raised even if you donít go officially organic or pastured. Beef, surprisingly, is next as those animals at least see some daylight and grass at some point. While I understand why you would want to be pescatarian, I think this is what got Jeremy Piven in trouble with his mercury toxicity. At least if youíre getting protein from a variety of places, your body will better be able to chelate the metals, plus youíd be offsetting the amount of metals and PCBs you consume. Iím fortunate to live near Amish country (well 2 hours away) where I know my farmers who raise my food ethically. My favorite is a woman who does raw goat milk. She does pastured goat, pork, chicken, beef and has a neighbor doing lamb.ó all soy and corn free!!! But there are some mail order sources of meat that I find to do the right thing.

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#12530 Nov 29, 2012
In my neighborhood, many women have taken up a detox diet based on a book by a local author. It has some good points and in many ways mirrors the diet I recommend, but it is basically a starvation diet that does nothing to put good stuff back into the body. As a result, all the people I know who have done it look worse and end up with horrible allergies that didnít surface before. I call it the pro-aging diet. Detox is good, but if you donít put in some healthy foods, the bad guys will take over the body leaving you wrinkly, bloated and hostile. Interestingly enough because she presents her material in a simplistic way and is local, many of the women around here adore her teachings ó yet come to me to sort them out.

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#12531 Nov 29, 2012
When we start cutting out real foods, we can easily start overconsuming fake ones and we can damage our guts which ends up causing more foods we must avoid.

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#12532 Nov 29, 2012
I particularly liked the beginning because I pretty much agree with everything it has to say.

Mind you, as this is the only 'Animal Rights' thread
I participate in (it being in Offbeat), the ONE example I can use is Hac, and her obsessive behavior is clearly marked here, and why her behavior is the way it is.

From the article

"I recently received an e-mail from a woman who was asking me if the hostility she perceived in vegan people sheís met could possibly be related to vegan deficiencies. She participates in forums where vegans blast her for having a different perspective on nearly everything. As a nutritionist, I face the same thing every day. Interestingly enough, the people who object the most to my message know the least about nutrition, so I had a lot to say. I ended up writing her such a long response about the dangers of vegan diets, I decided to post it here. Enjoy!"

Again

"the people who object the most to my message know the least about nutrition"

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#12534 Nov 29, 2012
Another point in the article to pay close attention to is

"The vegan movement has little to do with altruism and more to do with satisfying the insanity of the ego."

Yes people, everyone here can relate because Hac is a shining example of that! Just sayin

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#12535 Nov 29, 2012
"Otherwise, theyíd be able to live and let live. Inform people of what they think they know and allow them to make the decision. Find true solutions instead of simply avoiding. Life isnít black and white and neither is the issue of eating meat."

The simply avoiding is of particular interest to me, because even the simplest of questions to "Hac" won't be answered. She avoids 'questions' like the plague.

She doesn't tell us if she owns a pet,(simple question, her excuse? Doesn't want anyone to know anything about her private life. Pets? really? That paranoid are ya Hac.) and avoids all scenario cases... KEY WORD - AVOID

SIMPLY AVOIDING!

That makes sense to me.

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#12536 Nov 29, 2012
Interesting reply to that article, and here it is

"MelBird13 on November 16, 2010 at 1:54 am said:
I wanted to take a moment to sincerely thank you for this post.

For some strange reason, it appeared in a Google search today, and I have found myself reading it again and again.

Recently, Iíve had to break away from a very dear friendship because of the other personís radical veganism. I had been starving myself for nearly two years trying to walk alongside what was becoming an increasingly mad quest for dietary perfection.

Reply &#8595;
MelBird13 on November 16, 2010 at 1:56 am said:
(sorry, internet glitch)
Ö I think your words of reason may very well have saved my life. I am showing a lot of very scary symptoms.(Hair loss, extreme weight loss, profound weakness, sudden allergic reactions, and more)

I look forward to reading more!
__________

I couldn't help but pay really close attention to this part

"I think your words of reason may very well have saved my life. I am showing a lot of very scary symptoms.(Hair loss, extreme weight loss, profound weakness, sudden allergic reactions, and more)"

AND this is from someone who lived the lifestyle...

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