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i had planned to do a pizza john thing that was more in my own style, but i thought of this a few hours ago so here it is.
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It’s me. From my high school yearbook. The who’s who section (not all that prestigious). I wish it were in color because that hat is very red.
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They seem like a good idea initially; ten minutes later I’m chewing and chewing and it seems as though my saliva has activated the binding agent in the pancakes. I do my best to swallow the ball of cake that has formed in my mouth, most of it clings to my gums. As I channel my inner giraffe in an effort to loosen the breakfast from my teeth, I look down at my plate and realize I’ve only eaten a quarter of one pancake? One quarter?! I still have the rest of that one and a whole other pancake underneath it. Maybe it’s just me. I’m going to stick to chicken and waffles.
I totally made a paper doll of myself.
Anonymous said: However, A lot of animals are only bred for the pure reason of creating produce to sell and to be eaten, it gives money to farmers, and also if everyone stopped eating the meat then they may stop selling the meat and breeding the animals. In other words they could become extinct. Don't get me wrong I have absolutely nothing against vegetarians and vegans (my boyfriend is even vegetarian) and i know a lot of the animals are treated horribly, and I understand that.
Extinction is an ecological problem, while most farm animals do not exist inside of a natural ecology. If all the cows went extinct, that would be ecological fine (actually, beneficial) because they are not natural animals, they were created by human breeding. There has never been a wild cow in the history of ever….though cow ancestors (like bison) are still around, the direct natural ancestor of the cow, the Auroch, is already extinct.
Pigs would not go extinct…they live in the wild in lots of places. Chickens probably would…though their wild counterparts are also doing fine.
The question of “what would happen if all people stopped eating meat” is a very interesting one. I would like to answer that question…possibly a very good video idea…
But I can’t really imagine that people will stop eating meat unless meat becomes completely unavailable.
I’m waiting for synthetic meat. Indistinguishable from the real thing. I believe there was a slab of test material in my microwave dinner last night and we seem on the edge of a breakthrough.
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measurepebbles said: I wish to see the TMNT collection. Pictures?
The problem is I have no good camera. Otherwise you would see their glory. Also, I’m sort of lazy about picture taking. Two problems. Two of ‘em. But one day all shall be revealed!
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I never updated you on my ninja turtle collection. There’s a lot of stuff.
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