Bills seek end to farm animal abuse v...

Bills seek end to farm animal abuse videos

There are 258 comments on the fresnobee.com story from Mar 17, 2013, titled Bills seek end to farm animal abuse videos. In it, fresnobee.com reports that:

An undercover video that showed California cows struggling to stand as they were prodded to slaughter by forklifts led to the largest meat recall in U.S. history.

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Memory of One

San Francisco, CA

#104 Mar 25, 2013
Johnny RainCloud wrote:
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WOW MexiTurd, those kiddies of yours were 5 and 7 FOUR YEARS AGO!
Pathetic!
Earlier he (or One of the One's) tried to tell me that he has been posting for 5 years but we have only been on for a few months and drove everyOne away.....

I was on 5 years ago when he had to apologize for using someOne else's name and computer or something like that....back when he was clearly the Willits One.
sack of turds

Midland, TX

#105 Mar 25, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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My 6 and 9 year old have spent the last hour looking on you tube for more hunting videos.
Here's one... doing it the hard way.

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#106 Mar 25, 2013
Memory of One wrote:
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Earlier he (or One of the One's) tried to tell me that he has been posting for 5 years but we have only been on for a few months and drove everyOne away.....
I was on 5 years ago when he had to apologize for using someOne else's name and computer or something like that....back when he was clearly the Willits One.
Poor mickey is caught in another lie.........

Wrong person again..........ROTFLMAO
Here is One

United States

#107 Mar 25, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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Poor mickey is caught in another lie.........
Wrong person again..........ROTFLMAO
Is mickey your imaginary friend? Ahahahahaha this IS A VAST LIBERAL CONSPIRACY! RUUUUUN Here is nOne. Flee to Mexico. We will call you when the coast is clear!
Memory of One

San Francisco, CA

#108 Mar 25, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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Poor mickey is caught in another lie.........
Wrong person again..........ROTFLMAO
Easy to manipulate when there are multiple posters under the same name One? Part of the evil deception, black ops One?

The One who sold Big 4 to Hertz - Willits One...
Or the Craigheads?
or some other One, who was part of the big study and got addicted to baiting liberals? Funny though how the other One sounds just like Willits One, when angry....

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#109 Mar 25, 2013
Memory of One wrote:
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Easy to manipulate when there are multiple posters under the same name One? Part of the evil deception, black ops One?
The One who sold Big 4 to Hertz - Willits One...
Or the Craigheads?
or some other One, who was part of the big study and got addicted to baiting liberals? Funny though how the other One sounds just like Willits One, when angry....
poor mickey keeps showing that he is nothing but a shipping troll and will never be anything but a shipping troll........

Tell us again why you were fired from your shipping troll job packing wine north of Ukiah???
Honest One

Hayward, CA

#110 Mar 25, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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poor mickey keeps showing that he is nothing but a shipping troll and will never be anything but a shipping troll........
Tell us again why you were fired from your shipping troll job packing wine north of Ukiah???
Because the owner/partner that hired me was leveraged out by the other partners and I stood up for him.

That is called an honest answer, why don't you try it sometime.

Now you tell us which One you are?

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#111 Mar 25, 2013
Honest One wrote:
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Because the owner/partner that hired me was leveraged out by the other partners and I stood up for him.
That is called an honest answer, why don't you try it sometime.
Now you tell us which One you are?
Yes they did not like liberal morons..........ROTFLMAO

I am the one that NEVER lived in Mendocino County but still owns a ranch east of Santa Rosa in a area with lots of fossilized wood......

And I met the other one by selling him tons of this fossilized wood that cost me a extra 900k when installing the irrigation for my vineyard......

And he is still today selling it.......
Honest One

Hayward, CA

#112 Mar 25, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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Yes they did not like liberal morons..........ROTFLMAO
I am the one that NEVER lived in Mendocino County but still owns a ranch east of Santa Rosa in a area with lots of fossilized wood......
And I met the other one by selling him tons of this fossilized wood that cost me a extra 900k when installing the irrigation for my vineyard......
And he is still today selling it.......
Why do you and Willits One post under the same registered name?

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#113 Mar 25, 2013
Honest One wrote:
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Why do you and Willits One post under the same registered name?
we did??

Last post from him I saw was not logged in??
mojo karma cookie

Los Altos, CA

#114 Mar 25, 2013
^^another pile of major FAIL from the witless pc slacker drones.^^

“Use renewable resources”

Since: Apr 11

Wear fur and save the earth

#115 Mar 25, 2013
annoyed wrote:
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Don't have to; we have laws. If insensitive people ignore laws then send them to jail along with the rest of the lawbreaking criminals.
Rosa Parks says "hi."
annoyed

Paradise, CA

#116 Mar 26, 2013
Oxossi wrote:
<quoted text>Those 'criminals' would include the animal rights losers who falsify employment and spy with video cameras.
Only against corrupt company rules. Too bad for you.

But if they break "real" laws while doing their service
then they take their chances along with everyone else, and
they know it. Unlike many who feel the same about animal abuse,
they decided to do something about it.

If there were no laws broken the corporations wouldn't have anything to worry about. But since they (not all) don't care enough to do something about the issue then it MUST go to court. I'd personally feel proud about uncovering the filthy business.

The same uncaring attitude and willingness to break laws is what led to the recent compounding lab created disease and deaths. I imagine this is the type of system YOU prefer....no oversight and definitly no spies....happy now?
annoyed

Paradise, CA

#117 Mar 26, 2013
USA R0CKS wrote:
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Rosa Parks says "hi."
Thank you.

“Timing Is Everything”

Since: Mar 08

the Marrow of Mother Earth

#118 Mar 26, 2013
annoyed wrote:
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Only against corrupt company rules. Too bad for you.
That is only your opinion and we all know what that's worth.
annoyed wrote:
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But if they break "real" laws while doing their service
then they take their chances along with everyone else, and
they know it. Unlike many who feel the same about animal abuse,
they decided to do something about it.
Service? So now committing crimes is a service? Perhaps in your world.
annoyed wrote:
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If there were no laws broken the corporations wouldn't have anything to worry about. But since they (not all) don't care enough to do something about the issue then it MUST go to court. I'd personally feel proud about uncovering the filthy business.
This would represent your subjective morality, not mine.
annoyed wrote:
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The same uncaring attitude and willingness to break laws is what led to the recent compounding lab created disease and deaths. I imagine this is the type of system YOU prefer....no oversight and definitly no spies....happy now?
You refer to the NECC compounding scandal but that was uncovered by public demand and not by spies or even whistle-blowers. The findings were the result of an FDA investigation. You are making assumptions; no one here is dismissing FDA oversight.
annoyed

Chico, CA

#119 Mar 27, 2013
Oxossi wrote:
<quoted text>That is only your opinion and we all know what that's worth.
<quoted text>Service? So now committing crimes is a service? Perhaps in your world. <quoted text>This would represent your subjective morality, not mine.
<quoted text>You refer to the NECC compounding scandal but that was uncovered by public demand and not by spies or even whistle-blowers. The findings were the result of an FDA investigation. You are making assumptions; no one here is dismissing FDA oversight.
Then if the mfg. did nothing wrong they will prevail in court. Do you not trust our court system? It's managed to find against many animal abusers in the food business. Or are you saying the courts are not corrupt, but they should have just ignored the case? Most intelligent people would disagree.

Or perhaps you're another deer hunter that likes to kick their animal in the face while it dies? You'll happily kiss the ass of these law breakers and allow these animals to be humiliated for your own benefit....how's that dog fighting ring working out for you? I'd say the animals have more "humanity" than you and your type.
annoyed

Chico, CA

#120 Mar 27, 2013
"This would represent your subjective morality, not mine.

annoyed wrote:

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The same uncaring attitude and willingness to break laws is what led to the recent compounding lab created disease and deaths. I imagine this is the type of system YOU prefer....no oversight and definitly no spies....happy now?
You refer to the NECC compounding scandal but that was uncovered by public demand and not by spies or even whistle-blowers. The findings were the result of an FDA investigation. You are making assumptions; no one here is dismissing FDA oversight."

So any atrocity being punished by law is ok with you IF the atrocity was found by damaged people and was NOT found by a secret private investigator? This might be one of the VERY stupidist things I've ever heard.

If you can not understand the basic human concepts take thee to a church or mental institution and ask for help. It's not that I don't understand how people can be casual about animal welfare but you disgust me never the less.

mojo karma cookie

San Jose, CA

#121 Mar 27, 2013
annoyed wrote:
So any atrocity being punished by law is ok with you IF the atrocity was found by damaged people and was NOT found by a secret private investigator? This might be one of the VERY stupidist things I've ever heard.[/quote]no doubt. but par for the course here. but please do remember that you are dealing with uncritically minded apologist stooges and apathetic, greedy pc slacker nincompoops.
[QUOTE who="annoyed]If you can not understand the basic human concepts take thee to a church or mental institution and ask for help. It's not that I don't understand how people can be casual about animal welfare but you disgust me never the less.
there you go. there can be no doubt.
mojo karma cookie

San Jose, CA

#122 Mar 27, 2013
annoyed wrote:
So any atrocity being punished by law is ok with you IF the atrocity was found by damaged people and was NOT found by a secret private investigator? This might be one of the VERY stupidist things I've ever heard.
no doubt. but par for the course here. but please do remember that you are dealing with uncritically minded apologist stooges and apathetic, greedy pc slacker nincompoops.
annoyed wrote:
If you can not understand the basic human concepts take thee to a church or mental institution and ask for help. It's not that I don't understand how people can be casual about animal welfare but you disgust me never the less.
there you go. there can be no doubt.

“Timing Is Everything”

Since: Mar 08

the Marrow of Mother Earth

#123 Mar 27, 2013
annoyed wrote:
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Then if the mfg. did nothing wrong they will prevail in court. Do you not trust our court system? It's managed to find against many animal abusers in the food business. Or are you saying the courts are not corrupt, but they should have just ignored the case? Most intelligent people would disagree.
Your drug company example and logic is non sequitur. What I'm saying is that you are still conflating two different things. Legally obtained evidence and illegally obtained evidence. The latter is not honored in our justice system whether you like it or not.
annoyed wrote:
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Or perhaps you're another deer hunter that likes to kick their animal in the face while it dies? You'll happily kiss the ass of these law breakers and allow these animals to be humiliated for your own benefit....how's that dog fighting ring working out for you? I'd say the animals have more "humanity" than you and your type.
What in the hell are you talking about here, space cadet? Can you possibly get any more obtuse than this? Put down the bong and try to stay on topic.
annoyed wrote:
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So any atrocity being punished by law is ok with you IF the atrocity was found by damaged people and was NOT found by a secret private investigator? This might be one of the VERY stupidist things I've ever heard.
More assumptions?
What is stiupid is to circumvent the law to obtain evidence that will never be admissable in a court of law.
annoyed wrote:
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If you can not understand the basic human concepts take thee to a church or mental institution and ask for help.
Thanks for your concern but it is obvious that I have far better adjusted to the rules of our society than you have.
annoyed wrote:
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It's not that I don't understand how people can be casual about animal welfare but you disgust me never the less.
Considering the source, I can live with that, my little space cadet.

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