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  • Antonis on 2012-Aug-04 08:24:35 Antonis said

    Well, I think the boundary is that aimanls killed for consumption are usually killed quickly and humanely.As to why society would make animal abuse illegal, well, we recognize that they feel pain, and as humans inflicing unneccessary suffering on any creature is frowned upon generally. Or at least, it is more now than it used to be. I think its true, generally, that people who like inflicting pain on aimanls are desensitized as well to inflicting pain on humans. Most serial killers start out by abusing aimanls.As for the lobster vs cow, I see both methods as equally painless. We do tend to be more concerned about warm furry critters than cold-blooded ones.
  • Jack on 2015-Oct-07 15:44:39 Jack said

    First off I want to say terrific blog! I had a quick queiston that I'd like to ask if you do not mind. I was curious to find out how you center yourself and clear your head before writing. I've had a hard time clearing my thoughts in getting my thoughtsout there. I truly do enjoy writing however it just seems like the first 10to 15 minutes tend to be wasted simply just trying tofigure out how to begin. Any recommendations or tips?Kudos!
  • Mazhar on 2015-Nov-14 15:09:22 Mazhar said

    I'll Second Si Senor. Great guys and awesome saindwches. They used to have a booth at the Pearl Alley market, but have since opened up a store front.I was actually going to post about a new place on rt161 near Sawmill rd called Papaya Street Grill. It's in a location that used to be occupied by The Greek Corner.They specialize in Asian/tropical inspired dishes. Everything is house made. Their main attraction are noodles topped with the delicious meat of your choice and a wide selection of original sauces. But my favorite so far has been the saindwches. They're French Bread Sandwiches (bahn mi) are killer. I recommend the pork roll (marinated, slow roasted pork belly sliced paper thin).

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