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By kkbook BRONZE
South Burlington, Vermont
kkbook BRONZE, South Burlington, Vermont
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By kkbook BRONZE
South Burlington, Vermont
kkbook BRONZE, South Burlington, Vermont
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By kkbook BRONZE
South Burlington, Vermont
kkbook BRONZE, South Burlington, Vermont
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By air_shiela BRONZE
Flower Mound, Texas
air_shiela BRONZE, Flower Mound, Texas
2 articles 4 photos 1 comment
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By Megabite SILVER
Dublin, Ohio
Megabite SILVER, Dublin, Ohio
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By Simply... BRONZE
Bonao, Other
Simply... BRONZE, Bonao, Other
3 articles 1 photo 3 comments

Favorite Quote:
Nothing good is ever the same.... only bad things never change..

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By William Wilkie
Insch, California
William Wilkie, Insch, California
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By Anonymous
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By RayneMaker
Wathena, Kansas
RayneMaker, Wathena, Kansas
0 articles 15 photos 8 comments
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By Denmark DIAMOND
Sacramento, California
Denmark DIAMOND, Sacramento, California
53 articles 55 photos 111 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Our Deepest Fear is not that we are inadequate, our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure"

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By Wolf_Howl BRONZE
Sugar Land, Texas
Wolf_Howl BRONZE, Sugar Land, Texas
3 articles 6 photos 18 comments

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Lovely essay; dripping with pathos and missing the strong flavor of logos.

Sorry, but such an essay fails to move me. I just submitted an essay today about Animal Rights and why is is wrong, so hopefully that will be submitted and prevent me from having to explain everything here.

Anyway, do you have any source that says that people aren't made to eat meat? Because, while I have heard it before, I have never seen any such proof of this claim. Let's say your claim is true, please then, explain why we - humans - have hydrochloric acid in our stomachs - something herbivores lack? Or how about why we have protruding canines like that of many carnivores? And if you want to go the path of evolution, we did evolve from primates; the closest relative to us by up to 96 percent of the same DNA is the chimpanzee, which have strongly protruded canines (as well as being omnivorous like humans).

Lastly, I think PETA is a complete fallacy. How can they be pushing for the 'ethical' treatment of animals if they don't first care about mankind? My favorite quote noted from PETA is: ’[PETA] would rather have medical experiments done on our children than on animals', which is a close second to 'if animal test produced a cure for AIDS, [PETA] would be against it.' I honestly don't think I need to even comment about these quotes; they tell the message themselves.

Anyway, I do so hope that your vegetarianism goes well, but I also hope you realize how weak your argument is and how Animal Rights are not logically possible. I will link my essay once it is submitted for you to look over if you wish.

Farewell,

Wolf



P.S. I date a vegetarian. ;P

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By Ryan_A
Spring, Texas
Ryan_A, Spring, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
"Karma is a B****"