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Old 16-02-2013, 00:55
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Rats that were already dying from poison, much kinder to give them a quick knock on the head

Half dead birds and mice that the neighbours cat used to hunt in my garden

And a squirrel I found with a broken back being pecked at by crows.... little **** bit me on his way out though
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Old 16-02-2013, 00:56
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This is why country folk are, well c unts. I believe that cuntry folk deserve to be bullied.
Relax, I very much doubt it's true.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:01
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Yes. I have:
- dropped my hamster when I was a boy and it landed on its back. It stayed alive for a few days afterwards although it moved less and less each day until we eventually found it just lying there stiff and motionless in its cage.
- ran over a squirrel
- inadvertently killed countless invertebrates while going about life's day to day tasks such as walking along the street.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:04
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This is why country folk are, well c unts. I believe that cuntry folk deserve to be bullied.
Without kunt-ry folk, you wouldn't be able to eat ... anything.

You wouldn't be able to live without them !
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:06
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Without kunt-ry folk, you wouldn't be able to eat ... anything.

You wouldn't be able to live without them !
I could - but if others can't, that doesn't give the yokels an excuse to torture animals.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:07
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I could - but if others can't, that doesn't give the yokels an excuse to torture animals.
You couldn'y, you literally couldn't.

What food is grown/bred in cities ??
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:08
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Without kunt-ry folk, you wouldn't be able to eat ... anything.

You wouldn't be able to live without them !
Yes I would. I just eat food reared by foreigners. Leave all of the sheep shagging cuntry folk of the UK to their animal tupping ways.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:11
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Yes I would. I just eat food reared by foreigners. Leave all of the sheep shagging cuntry folk of the UK to their animal tupping ways.
And do you think foreign countries don't have country folk ??

And I am foreign, and you in the UK import a lot of food from my country.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:12
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You couldn'y, you literally couldn't.

What food is grown/bred in cities ??
Yes I personally could. The towns all round the edge of London - not the countryside - are full of gardens, allotments, city farms, small holdings and hot houses. Loads of people keep chickens. I don't eat meat, so I could easily survive. My parents have a huge vegetable garden.

You sidestepped the torture issue with that one.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:13
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And do you think foreign countries don't have country folk ??

And I am foreign, and you in the UK import a lot of food from my country.
Oh so you must be the horse meat person.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:19
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Yes I personally could. The towns all round the edge of London - not the countryside - are full of gardens, allotments, city farms, small holdings and hot houses. Loads of people keep chickens. I don't eat meat, so I could easily survive. My parents have a huge vegetable garden.

You sidestepped the torture issue with that one.
Yes when I was young I was nasty to cats. I hate them. I don't care. They're only cats. There's my response to the torturingissue, which isn't an issue. Just ask the cats!

You could not survive without the countryside. Do you seriously think the UK, the world or even you in your fort of vegetables could like without the vast countryside mass producing meat, veg, dairy etc. Even the seeds that your parents buy to plant in their hugh vegetable garden have to come from somewhere and it isn't in the big London buildings, they originate in the countryside.

Oh so you must be the horse meat person.
Thats me. Solely responsible. I hold my hands up
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:22
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Sorry to break it to you, but insects and mammals are animals!
Oops!
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:25
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Yes when I was young I was nasty to cats. I hate them. I don't care. They're only cats. There's my response to the torturingissue, which isn't an issue. Just ask the cats!
What goes around,comes around. Sooner or later.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:27
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What goes around,comes around. Sooner or later.
I'll just sit here and wait for the cats to crawl out of the ground and the river and come get me.

Scared sh1tless I am.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:28
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What goes around,comes around. Sooner or later.
I'm picturing that being written by a giant cat with an iPad.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:30
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I'm picturing that being written by a giant cat with an iPad.
An iPad ??

Not even a cat typing but has managed to acquire an iPad to send these messages.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:31
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Yes when I was young I was nasty to cats. I hate them. I don't care. They're only cats. There's my response to the torturingissue, which isn't an issue. Just ask the cats!

You could not survive without the countryside. Do you seriously think the UK, the world or even you in your fort of vegetables could like without the vast countryside mass producing meat, veg, dairy etc. Even the seeds that your parents buy to plant in their hugh vegetable garden have to come from somewhere and it isn't in the big London buildings, they originate in the countryside.



Thats me. Solely responsible. I hold my hands up
Look, I personally could survive because If I was told I had to live on garden berries and nuts for breakfast, jacket potato with chives for lunch and veg casserole for dinner, I could do it.
But I have no problem with those who do choose to eat meat, or that most of the meat is produced in the countryside. It seems to me though that you revelled in telling us that you did not kill your animals humanely for meat on the farm.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:31
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I've shot quite few herring gulls but that's about it.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:32
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I'll just sit here and wait for the cats to crawl out of the ground and the river and come get me.

Scared sh1tless I am.
Don't think the laws of karma work like that, maybe something seemingly unrelated will get you instead.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:34
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I'm picturing that being written by a giant cat with an iPad.
grrrs they're onto me
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:40
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Look, I personally could survive because If I was told I had to live on garden berries and nuts for breakfast, jacket potato with chives for lunch and veg casserole for dinner, I could do it.
But I have no problem with those who do choose to eat meat, or that most of the meat is produced in the countryside. It seems to me though that you revelled in telling us that you did not kill your animals humanely for meat on the farm.
I've had this conversation many times before. The farm animals were killed for meat, thats fair enough. Puppies and kittens were drowned in the river because we couldn't have too many of them and giving them away wasn't an option because everyone around us were in the same position. So they were killed and that was that. Its not right, but there was little we could do. Then there was the cats, I really couldn't give a toss about them, it wasn't right, I could have avoided it, but as I said, they're only cats, they're horrible creatures so i don't care.

I don't get joy out of telling you this but I don't worship animals the way some people do. i don't see them as lovable little companions, they're just animals. Most animals are there to be eaten, I appreciate that some people love their pets but I don't. There's a million more where they came from!
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:42
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I was once a killer in a chicken factory, does that count ?
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:43
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Don't think the laws of karma work like that, maybe something seemingly unrelated will get you instead.
If something seemingly unrelated gets me instead, like say, I get into a car crash, then it will be that - unrelated.

Karma isn't real. Its in the bubble with your soul, the not real bubble but exists in a way to give people something to think about and be good by !
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:46
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If something seemingly unrelated gets me instead, like say, I get into a car crash, then it will be that - unrelated.

Karma isn't real. Its in the bubble with your soul, the not real bubble but exists in a way to give people something to think about and be good by !
Yeah if you say so
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:47
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Nothing bigger than a mouse.

It was caught in a trap in my kitchen, it kept squealing so I pushed the snapper (I think it's called that) harder down on its head to speed it on its way to mousy heaven.

Mice don't dare come anywhere near my place now I have two (very alert) cats.
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