PETA wants Ben and Jerry's to use breast milk

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26 Sep 2008, 1:45 pm

That's nasty. Why not just buy milk from privately owned cows and goats and support local farmers? Or just use a milk alternative like rice?



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26 Sep 2008, 1:54 pm

PunkyKat wrote:
That's nasty. Why not just buy milk from privately owned cows and goats and support local farmers? Or just use a milk alternative like rice?


PETA would never support using cows at all, they don't want animals to be "subjugated" and "enslaved". They also wouldn't support rice milk; narcassistic sociopaths want everybody to hump animals just like they do. They'd only do that if everybody in the world drank rice milk, too. Then they'd start complaining it's cruel to rice, and threaten anybody who doesn't start drinking soy.


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26 Sep 2008, 2:37 pm

Ishmael wrote:
PunkyKat wrote:
That's nasty. Why not just buy milk from privately owned cows and goats and support local farmers? Or just use a milk alternative like rice?


PETA would never support using cows at all, they don't want animals to be "subjugated" and "enslaved". They also wouldn't support rice milk; narcassistic sociopaths want everybody to hump animals just like they do. They'd only do that if everybody in the world drank rice milk, too. Then they'd start complaining it's cruel to rice, and threaten anybody who doesn't start drinking soy.


Peta is sometimes a group of nuts. My neighbors have always had dairy cows and aside from her lack of knowledge about animals, the cows were never harmed. They were never harmed purposly. My parents had dairy goats before I was born and they wever never harmed. My mom is taking about getting dairy goats again and those won't be harmed either. I've heard bad things about soy. It's really not as good for you as they make it out to be if eaten (or drunk) in excess. How can you be cruel to a plant? The real reason for all of this is greed.



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28 Sep 2008, 10:47 am

From what I understand, Ben and Jerry's actually complemented on PETA's idea, but refused them.

If PETA is so worried about cows, maybe they should start their own ice cream brand, with all the money they have they could do it, but I don't think anyone is going to buy it (I sure wouldn't)


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29 Sep 2008, 1:33 pm

I really think this is part of PETA's new SHOCK AND PAWE campaign. :lol:



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29 Sep 2008, 1:39 pm

PunkyKat wrote:
That's nasty. Why not just buy milk from privately owned cows and goats and support local farmers? Or just use a milk alternative like rice?


Thats a lot more expensive than it sounds, because a farmer is only allowed to sell a tiny bit of milk without being excessively regulated and not needing really expensive equipment.

There was legislation regarding milk sales 12 years ago that almost destroyed the amish's ability to make a living from their farms, and would have required them to use things that went against their religion. I know there was an uproar about it, but I don't recall the result. The government wanted milk to be stored in electric tank once it was removed from the cow to guarantee it would be kept at a certain temperature or it wouldn't be allowed to be sold for consumption. The amish were arguing that they could keep that temperature by storing their milk in a tank underground.

You also need a business license to sell more than a small amount of milk each month. Not sure what that is, but i imagine its not much since my grandfather stopped selling milk to neighbors in the early 80's and about 70 acres of the farm were devoted to dairy cattle


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29 Sep 2008, 1:47 pm

Oggleleus wrote:
I really think this is part of PETA's new SHOCK AND PAWE campaign. :lol:


:lmao:

O gawd. That was good. :)


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01 Oct 2008, 10:35 am

Oggleleus wrote:
I really think this is part of PETA's new SHOCK AND PAWE campaign. :lol:


PAWE..... I get it now. LOL


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01 Oct 2008, 9:27 pm

What can I tell you guys...PETA is crazy.

both the vegan and carnivore PETA are crazy...I'm glad I'm an omnivore