On 8/11/2010 1:00 PM, ImStillMags wrote:
> I am and have always been a live and let live sort of person. In
> this lifetime I have gone through several stages of food preferences.
> I was raised as a meat eater. In my adult years I've done
> vegetarian, ovo-lacto vegetarian, vegan, etc. At present I'm eating
> like the omnivore I personally think we all are at our core. I eat
> all kinds of meats.
> I have no problem with people who choose not to eat animal flesh or
> products. It is their persoal choice.
> Far be it from me to tell someone else how to eat.
> Which brings me to the point of this post.
> I'm really tired of those who choose to eat no flesh, or only
> particular kinds of flesh looking down their noses at others and
> calling themselves "ethical eaters" as if those of us who choose to
> eat meat are unethical persons. (especially if those particular
> name callers are wearing leather of any sort)
> I consider myself a caring person. I care how the meat I eat was
> raised, how it was killed, what it was fed and how it was treated.
> There may be a time in my life where I choose once again not to eat
> meat. But it is my choice to make and I will not make it because some
> judgemental person is shaking their finger in my face and telling me
> I'm a bad person.
> Am I alone in feeling this way???
Not really. If the apocalypse comes I intend to view vegetarians of all
ilk as prey.