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Finally signed up for classes for school! I’m taking English 4, AFM (math), French 1, and this class that’s like a mixture between a simple CPR class and EMT course :D

I just posted something about vegetarianism on Facebook. Let the controversy begin e.e

I also think I made my friend mad at me. Great. 

"Dont ruin a good today by thinking about a bad yesterday. Let it go."

- (via sharkeisha)
abnormal-fallen-angel:

doesanythingmakesense:

My sister told me to go check the bathroom drawer. She was so proud of herself.

It’s sad how long it took me to understand the pun omg

abnormal-fallen-angel:

doesanythingmakesense:

My sister told me to go check the bathroom drawer. She was so proud of herself.

It’s sad how long it took me to understand the pun omg

I know people get irritated when I talk about my vegetarianism

But I, for the most part, keep my mouth shut about it. However, when you start making fun of me, criticizing my choices, or being very insensitive about my love for animals, I WILL speak up.

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scribble-tempo:

scribble-tempo:

under-dark-stars:

It is completely beyond my comprehension how anyone can be aware of the abuse of animals in the meat industry, but yet they still eat meat and think nothing of it.

Personally it’s because I know it’s not always like that. Part of my family owns…

I totally agree with you.

Honestly I think the best solution for improving animal treatment in big name corporations is to work with them and not against them.

There will never be enough protesting and boycotting to make a big enough impact, unfortunately. I feel like the best way to deal with it all is to take action and make humane treatment the better, ‘easier’, and more profitable choice (easier said than done). Companies care more about how quickly they can make profit than the comfort level of their animals.
There’s a REALLY good movie that somewhat centers about that topic, called Temple Grandin, her approach about the whole process is what the industry needs more of.

Yes, yes, exactly! There’s still no such thing as humane meat, but it can still be a whole lot better than it typically is now. I’m aware that the whole world is never going to become vegetarian. People are always still going to eat meat, unfortunately. So, let’s at least hope that in the future, the conditions in factory farms will be a million times better.

scribble-tempo:

under-dark-stars:

It is completely beyond my comprehension how anyone can be aware of the abuse of animals in the meat industry, but yet they still eat meat and think nothing of it.

Personally it’s because I know it’s not always like that. Part of my family owns meat livestock of cows and lamb, and they spend every waking moment caring for their animals and ensuring they are happy and healthy. I once accompanied my uncle across a muddy field in the middle of a storm to look for a sheep that was missing and probably injured, by the time we got back we were covered in mud and he was carrying a full grown sheep on his shoulders. I also live across a meat cow farm, they are always in open fields and they look happy and healthy. Sometimes people forget that these animals are the livelihood of their keepers and they have to ensure they are healthy and properly taken care of to be fit for consumption.
I also understand big corporations might not care for their animals as much, which is why I want to try to get any animal products I need from small scale farmers if they are available to me.
Another thing for me is that if I don’t eat meat every once in a while there’s a probability I’ll faint or feel really sick.

While I understand your viewpoint, because there are still many things wrong in the industry overall that need to be fixed, a person eating meat does not mean they do not care for the well being and lives of the animals they consume.

The major problem is that most meat isn’t like that. Majority of people out there don’t want to pay for local meat…they buy the cheap stuff from Walmart, and support restaurants and fast food franchises that usually has meat that is factory-farmed.

I’m not saying I’m pro eating meat, but getting it from a “happy farm” is a million times better than factory farming. It’s absolutely terrible how the animals are treated.

I always try to encourage my friends who must still eat meat to buy from farmer’s markets and such, where they actually know where their meat comes from. They typically just get irritated with me or laugh in my face.

It is completely beyond my comprehension how anyone can be aware of the abuse of animals in the meat industry, but yet they still eat meat and think nothing of it.

Best of Benedict Cumberbatch’s derp faces xD

His face though xD

His face though xD