Monday, December 27, 1999, 12:10:10 PM, you wrote:
GH> ... this is purely conjecture, but I'd have to hedge my bets that
GH> once you move further from the equator the "omni" moves toward the
GH> "carni" side and that the closer you are the more "herbi" becomes
GH> the sustainable choice. I think that that's the main
Yes, on sanet, especially, one mustn't stray far from it.
Your comment was actually very astute. And it certainly explains how
and why I originally got to be where I am.
Earlier, Greg Gunthorp wrote:
>> Humans were intended to eat meat.
I myself would say that anyone who intends to raise hogs certainly
intends to eat meat, also. And I am neither criticizing anyone nor
evangelizing today, but *have* observed two things of interest:
1).- Most animals (particularly farm animals) that eat meat also eat
excrement (i.e., dogs, pigs and chickens); and
2).- Herbivores tend to live longer and smell better than carnivores.
On the other hand, I know a woman who never forgave her husband (a
judge, yet) for preferring sows - she felt very insulted. His
preference had something to do with the higher porcine body
temperature, I believe. (I am not making this up).
However, each to his own and I'm all for freedom of choice. How nice
that we all agree about some things - except Dale.
And happy holidays (Dale too).
Douglas Hinds - CeDeCoR, A.C.
Centro para el Desarrollo Comunitario y Rural, Asociacion Civil
(Center for Rural and Community Development, a non-profit organization)
Cordoba, Veracruz; Cd. Guzman, Jalisco & Reynosa, Tamaulipas Mexico
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