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Old Wed, Oct-11-17, 15:35
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Originally Posted by WereBear
I see it as more vegan BS. Which is virtually unlimited.
Vegans eat primarily livestock fodder, so it is no surprise they are full of BS.
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Old Wed, Oct-11-17, 20:22
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Originally Posted by deirdra
Vegans eat primarily livestock fodder, so it is no surprise they are full of BS.

That's a good one Deirda!! LOL

I too always say that they eat livestock feed but the problem is they don't have 6 stomachs or chew their cud.
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Old Thu, Oct-12-17, 15:50
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A segment of the video below explains that it is the granola heads that have destroyed the environment. It made me rethink the intense conflict between the cattle ranchers and "sod busters" in the 1800's.

Skip to 42:54 for the environment part.

Dr. Gary Fettke: The Role of Nutrition in Everything
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