Slaughter free meat!

Bigfoot410

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Can somebody grow me a "Licks" burger? I don't care if it comes out of Cartman's ass.....I'll eat it. :)
 

Mark V Guitars

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Nature gave us the ability to create things. How is that not what nature intended?

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Because when we ingest things that have been biologically modified...we don't know or yet fully understand the changes that might occur in us over the long term. I call it unintended consequences. Or maybe society is a guinea pig. Eat it if you want. I'll sit back and watch while everyone get's unkowingly sterilized.
 

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I would say that we know the effects of natural meat at this point.
Mostly. There is still a lot of discussion/disagreements about the hazards it presents and the harzards various ways of preparing have on our bodies.

I know I love it red, marbled, and grilled ... about the worst of all possible combinations. :thumb: :laugh2:
 

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Nature gave us the ability to create things. How is that not what nature intended?

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I don't see how you get " Nature gave us the ability to create " . unless you're not thinking of Nature , as the planet we live on

Nature has given us the ability to co-exist with it . it was supposed to be in Harmony . . . but since that isn't happening lately . Nature is tolerating us , at best . and only for the moment
 

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Nature gave us our brains. What is not to get?

Our whole evolution has been centered around our brains and thinking of new ways to survive.

But I am sure there were people against the grinding of grain when it was "invented". Saying it was against nature.
 
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