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On May 2, 2019, JoeJoe wrote:
And if you believe you are an animal because white man wrote that down in a book however many hundreds of years ago that you are an animal, well ... I feel sorry for you. I really do.

-JoeJoe

So only whites believe humans are animals?
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And if you believe you are an animal because white man wrote that down in a book however many hundreds of years ago that you are an animal, well ... I feel sorry for you. I really do.

Some of us believe it merely because it's true.

The color of the skin of someone who wrote it isn't relevant.

Why is it to you?
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We all know what happened ... Europeans came here, killed the Indians and enslaved the Africans. You can't put this on me, my hands are clean.

To me, enslaving a cow to give you milk is no different than enslaving an African to pick your cotton; cow racism. Enslaving a chicken to give you eggs is chicken racism.

The is no blood on my hands. Hint: fruit is "juicy", steak is "bloody". Learn the difference.

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We all know what happened ... Europeans came here, killed the Indians and enslaved the Africans.

We all know what happened: Africans enslaved other Africans long before the Europeans came along.

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You can't put this on me, my hands are clean.

Nobody's trying to put this on you.

You sound paranoid. Or guilty.
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I am a flexiterian but happy to go vegetarian.
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Joe joe wrote:
"We all know what happened. Europeans came here, killed the Indians..."

Quite the informed summation.
Native peoples were killed, yes. Many by conquerors, many by warring tribes. Some tribes fought against some fought alongside.
Some thrived and flourished.
Many of us do indeed know what happened- but not all of us.
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Joe joe wrote: 
"We all know what happened. Europeans came here, killed the Indians and enslaved the Africans"

Wait, there were Africans here?
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Not sure what you think those foods have to do what I'm talking about, none of them are "ancient".

Blue Cheese and Balut didn't exist until A.D. while coconuts and corn are not "flesh" and are vegan foods to start with. And a banana smoothie is also vegan so I fail to see how that contradicts anything I posted?!?

Doesn't sound like you understand what I'm talking about in any way shape or form. Do you know what "vegan" actually means???

And no ... animals do not taste good. If they tasted good, you would not need ketsup on them. If dead animal tasted good, you would eat them raw without seasoning (like you do vegetables). You have to flavor the dead animals to taste like vegetables or they do not taste good at all. Smile

-JoeJoe


JoeJoe, I apologize for not understanding you. My bad.

You obviously didn't understand me, either; but that's OK--it's your thread.

And yes, I know what what vegan means. Again, sorry.


I thought vegans did not drink milk. So how can a banana smoothy be vegan?
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I thought vegans did not drink milk. So how can a banana smoothy be vegan?


Two bananas, tablespoon coco powder with equal part sugar to sweeten, a few coffee beans, add water and blend.

There are vegan cake icings I also use instead of coco and sugar, they come out creamier with cake icing.

Can add whatever fruit I've got laying around, a strawberry lemon orange ... it all tastes good when blended together. I don't need a recipe, I just need fruit. Smile

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And a book about Native American interaction with European settlers.
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And a book about whether the Native Americans
Were in the Americas before Africans.
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On May 23, 2018, JoeJoe wrote:
Not sure what you think those foods have to do what I'm talking about, none of them are "ancient".

Blue Cheese and Balut didn't exist until A.D. while coconuts and corn are not "flesh" and are vegan foods to start with. And a banana smoothie is also vegan so I fail to see how that contradicts anything I posted?!?

Doesn't sound like you understand what I'm talking about in any way shape or form. Do you know what "vegan" actually means???

And no ... animals do not taste good. If they tasted good, you would not need ketsup on them. If dead animal tasted good, you would eat them raw without seasoning (like you do vegetables). You have to flavor the dead animals to taste like vegetables or they do not taste good at all. Smile

-JoeJoe


JoeJoe, I apologize for not understanding you. My bad.

You obviously didn't understand me, either; but that's OK--it's your thread.

And yes, I know what what vegan means. Again, sorry.


I thought vegans did not drink milk. So how can a banana smoothy be vegan?



Almond milk...soy milk...
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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Good to hear from you Lobo and we wish you and your tribe well.

Once upon a time cows were coconuts.

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Joe Joe wrote, "To me, enslaving a cow to give you milk is no different than enslaving an African to pick your cotton;"

Don't ever, if you value your life, say this to an African.
I may think every word you speak is beyond ridiculous, but I would never want to see you harmed.
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Having consequences for stupidity is one way to learn.


It is unfortunate that warning labels are put on so many things...
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